Thursday, 19 March 2015


Started off pretty early (well 6am anyway) and did the Helipad track again, and this time I really took my time, throughout the morning I had 6 Grey-hooded Warblers, 3 Verditer Flycatcher, 4 Oriental White-eyes, 2 Red-flanked Bluetails (inc a cracking full summer male), 2 Blue-throated Barbets, 2 Oriental Turtle Doves, 4 Little Pied Flycatcher, 4 Red-billed Leiotherix, 3 Brown-throated Treecreeper, 2 White-tailed Nuthatch, 6 Short-billed Minivets, 2 Small Niltava (both females), a Hill Prinia, 8 Fire-breasted Flowerpeckers, 2 Grey Treepies, a Grey-winged Blackbird, 2 Yellow-bellied Fantails, a Black-throated Sunbird and the same female Ultramarine Flycatcher as yesterday.
And I have just noticed that all the Sparrows in Pelling are Tree Sparrows.
Red-flanked Bluetail
Brown-throated Treecreeper
Fire-breasted Flowerpecker
Grey-hooded Warbler
Grey-winged Blackbird
Small Niltava
Tree Sparrow
Yellow-bellied Fantail

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