An evening stroll along the first part of the watertank road produced very few birds, as expected. Cars (predominantly big, black, expensive ones), people on motorbikes carrying out forest products, and hunters were around.
Nevertheless the following birds were encountered,
a few singing Chestnut and Black Bulbuls, a flock of Silver-eared Mesias, large numbers of Indochinese Yuhina, a Common Green Magpie, Rufous-capped Babblers feeding their offspring, Spot-necked Babblers, a lone Streaked Wren Babbler, one Streak-breasted Scimitar-babbler showed surprisingly well, a White-browed Scimitar-babbler called nearby, 2 Orange-bellied Leafbirds flew overhead, 2 Collared Owlets were calling. Flocks of Grey Laughingthrushes were only heard, as was a Blue-rumped Pitta. Grey-cheeked (Schaeffer's) Fulvettas were very obvious, unlike my nemesis-bird. No migrants were seen...