Early start from C.E.D.O. heading for the mature thorn forest, somewhere near to Rampar I think, looking for White-naped Tit. After hearing several call, it didn't take too long to get onto a pair, over the next 2 hours we saw up to 8 different birds, as well as 10 Marshall's Iora and a Montagu's Harrier.
At a nearby creek there was a male Citrine Wagtail, 5 Spot-billed Ducks and 30+ Grey-necked Buntings.
After this we visited a rocky area on the edge of a village where there were 9 Sykes Larks and a few Yellow-wattled Lapwings.
On the way back to Bhuj a White-rumped Vulture flew over the road.