Mallards (Magamoマガモ) & resident Spotbilled Ducks (Karugamoカルガモ)
4 female Falcated Ducks (Yoshigamoヨシガモ) were there on the 2/Oct before the typhoon but none on the 9/Oct after the typhoon.
All the male Mallards looked different as they are in eclipse plumage.
To see about the eclipse, go to the RSPB site: http://www.rspb.org.uk/discoverandenjoynature/discoverandlearn/funfactsandarticles/watchingbirds/identify/eclipse_plumage.aspx
3 Grey Herons (Aosagiアオサギ) were seen by the pond, which was quite unusual. They seemed to keep some distance from one another.
A young Coot (Ohbanオオバン) came out from the reedbed and disappeared in there again.
Hikagecho (literally means a butterfly in the shadow, which sounds a bit sad, but they are found in shaded places:)
Another typhoon is coming towards Japan for the next weekend. Hope it's not going to cause much damage...