December 9 2010. On the 25th of November, it was the last full day at Doi Lang. I put in more efforts to look for some other species that I did not manage to photograph the day before. I also spent part of the morning session shooting behind the army kitchen, aiming to get improvement shots of the "tame birds".
Here are some highlights of the day :
|A small and fast moving bird|
|Thanks to Par (my bird guide), he managed to find this fella before we headed back to the foothill.|
Some birds at Doi Lang are quite shy and skittish. It was not easy to get near. Here are some highly cropped photos:
|Yellow-browed Warbler (P.inornata)|
At the foothill, the Thai photographers discovered something un-expected, a blooming pink Cassia tree. The pink Cassia flowers attracted some species of birds to the tree. However, it was getting dark soon thus I decided to come back here early in the morning the next day.
|This is the first blooming tree at this area.|
|I was excited to see many species of birds came to the tree.|