Saturday 11 October 2014

Ohdo Ike Koen

Lovely Japanese Wagtails (Segurosekireiセグロセキレイ) were foraging alongside the pond in the park.

Got something wriggly!

He stopped foraging and started singing!
The back of the Japanese Wagtail is much darker than that of the White Wagtail.
He posed for me nicely:)
2 of them (actually, another two were close to these two) were walking on the pebbles.

A White Wagtail(Hakusekireiハクセキレイ) flew up in the tree just in front of us.
a female or juvenile? very pale especially compared with the Japanese Wagtail.

We heard Japanese Pygmy Woodpeckers (Kogeraコゲラ) pecking the trees.

Quite a few Moorhens (Banバン) were on the water.

Only one each of male and female Shovellers (Hashibirogamoハシビロガモ) showed themselves.

Tree Sparrows (Suzumeスズメ)

We also saw a Great Egret (Daisagiダイサギ), Bull-headed Shrikes (Mozuモズ), Brown-eared Bulbuls (Hiyodoriヒヨドリ), Oriental Turtle Doves (Kijibatoキジバト), Spotbilled Ducks (Karugamoカルガモ), Great Tits (Shijukaraシジュウカラ), Thick-billed Crows (Hashibutogarasuハシブトガラス), Carrion Crows (Hahibosogarasuハシボソガラス).

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