An adult and juvenile rufous piculet provided some entertainment in the wet and dark undergrowth alongside the road. Did I already mention that circumstances were not ideal for photography without flash? The below pic is the only one I kept from a series of around 20...
|A juvenile Rufous piculet (Sasia abnormis)|
|Red-leaf monkey (Presbytis rubicunda)|
|A bum-view of a scarlet-breasted flowerpecker|
|Scarlet-breasted flowerpecker (Prionochilus thoracicus)|
|Plain sunbird (Anthreptes simplex)|
|Grey-capped woodpecker (Dendrocopus canicapillus)|
The first migrants are also slowly coming in; a short drive around the Seria area this weekend came up with plenty of sandpipers, 2 different plovers, long-toed stints and a single redshank. Hope to share some more on this later.