I've spent the last couple of days in Naypyidaw, capital of Myanmar - a strange city indeed which is mostly made up of huge conference centres for the Myanmar government to hold negotiating meetings with donors and investors.
The resort where I have been staying has extensive grounds, which offered a few birds before breakfast on both my mornings here. The highlights were three endemics, all pictured below:
Other notables included Oriental Reed Warbler
, Black-browed Reed Warbler
and Thick-billed Warbler
all in song, a Wryneck
and a small Reticulated Python
swimming across one of the resort lakes.