Starting at 6.30, we had seen 36 species by our return at lunchtime. Two lifers: Grey-headed Robin and Spotted Catbird. Good picture of a Pale-yellow Robin. On the way back we diverted to a block of land in an industrial estate subject to tidal vagaries and saw a family of Beach Stone-curlews.
|Metallic Starling Aplornis metallica|
|Beach Stone-curlew Esacus magnirostris|
|Pale-yellow Robin Tregellasia capito|
Later that day I did the Mangrove Boardwalk near the airport [mozzies were amazing] and had another session with the old dudes/seat/tree on the Esplanade.
|Olive-backed Sunbird, male Nectarinia jugularis|
|Pacific Golden Plover Pluvialis fulva|
|Eastern Curlew Numinous madagasariensis|