Friday 20 September 2013

Tokyo Port Wildbird Park

The day before we flew to Ishigaki, we paid a visit to the Tokyo Port Wildbird Park on the other side of Tokyo Bay from our place as the park is near the airport.

A lovely wetland with birds and an aeroplane!

A paradise for Herons and Egrets:)

Juvenile Black-winged Stilts (Seitakashigiセイタカシギ) were resting on dry mud.

Our first Teal (Kogamoコガモ) of the season was amongst Spot-billed Ducks (Karugamoカルガモ).

And our first Greater Scaup (Suzugamoスズガモ) of the season too was on the island:)

And! Our first Black-tailed Godwits (Oguroshigiオグロシギ) of the season were relaxing near the hide.

Thank you for showing us your lovely wing!

Are you looking at me?! (Little Grebe (Kaitsuburiカイツブリ))

In the park, many, many Cormorants (Kawauカワウ) were on the island, on the water...

and in the trees. It was nearly their roosting time and they started flying into the tree one by one.

except this one! lol

About the park (in Japanese)

and the map of the park

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