9 June 2016

A final visit to the pool.............



We went back to the forest pool the next day....................

The same birds were around..............

Lots of Eastern Crowned Warblers.




I heard the other 2 phylloscopus species singing nearby but neither came for a bath or drink.



They all look the same anyway, especially when you can't see the crown stripe of this species clearly.



The male Siberian Blue Robin made an appearance.




Here are  male and female Narcissus Flycatchers..................



And the male Grey Bunting was still around.





And the Japanese Thrush too. Here you can see the problems of uneven lighting..............




I quite like the Eastern Crowned Warblers, a bit of a character...........







I could hear White Thrush singing nearby too but it either wasn't thirsty or it didn't need a bath......................

8 comments:

  1. A little water is a real magnet, huh?

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    1. This little pond certainly is.............

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  2. Well you certainly would not of been disappointed by going back to that Little pool. Am I have a selection of birds turned up there and your images are wonderful

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  3. Looking pretty good to me, I saw some lovely birds in Goa by simply sitting by a pool and waiting. Wish I had your photographic talent. PS sorry you had to camp when mum is spending your inheritance on holidaysin far away places!!!!!

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    1. You can probably sunstitute the word 'talent' with 'equipment' there.............

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  4. What a great bunch of birds at the pool...you must have cranked the I S O up for some of these ?

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    1. Hi John, yes around 800 to 1250 I think.............

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