Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Burma Border Breakfast Birding

A short visit to Mae Sot Rice Fields this morning produced the same Black-winged Kite as last night, several moulting Dusky Warblers, at least three Thick-billed Warblers, two Brown Shrikes, three Siberian Stonechat, five Pied Bushchats, two Richard's Pipits and a skulking Siberian Rubythoat that was heard but not seen.

Sibe Stonechat

 This Horsfield's Bush Lark sat up for a while and sang - a couple of pointers to the ID (when compared to Indochinese Bush Lark) are the more discreet streaking on the sides of the neck, and the white outer tail feathers.

Horsfield's Bush Lark

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