2 July 2010

Slow time is here

Well July is here. July is (and I'm sure this is true for most birders in temperate latitudes in the northern hemisphere) the quietest month of the year birding wise in south Hokkaido.

Not much to report from Hakodate, the Red Cheeked Starlings were still in a feeding frenzy this afternoon. It looks like this youngster has cherry stains around its mouth.............

Hot and sticky again today, at night its very pleasant though. Soon I'll crack open a beer and watch Holland vs Brazil (and try to forget about last Sunday's game)..............

The common residents plus Japanese Bush Warbler, Black Faced Bunting, Asian House Martin and Bullheaded Shrike were all that are around now. The Oriental Reed Warblers are still singing, here's one on TV.

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