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5 October 2014

A trip to Ba Vi NP


Hi all,

Yesterday (4rd October), a day trip to the tri-peaked Mount Ba Vi (an isolated often fog-enshrouded 1300 meters high mountain, located 60km west of Hanoi) produced a good mix of resident and migrants/winter visitors, amongst others Asian Barred Owlet (heard), Puff-throated and Ashy Bulbuls, White-bellied Erpornis, Fork-tailed and Crimson Sunbirds, Grey Treepie, Crested Goshawk, Pin-striped tit-Babbler, Grey-throated and Buff-breasted Babblers, Golden-throated, Red-vented (heard) and Blue-throated Barbets, Scarlet and Rosy Minivets, Orange-bellied Leafbird, Silver-breasted Broadbill, Eastern Crowned, Sulphur-breasted, Yellow-browed and “Blyth’s” Leaf Warblers, Taiga, Brown, Yellow-rumped and Dark-sided Flycatchers, Black-naped Monarch, Small Niltava, Orange-headed and Siberian Thrushes, Ashy Drongo, White-browed Piculet, Oriental Honey Buzzard pale morph, Fire-breasted Flowerpecker, Siberian Blue Robin,…


  Black-naped Monarch

 Pin-striped tit-Babbler - a perky little fellow!

                                                                     Small Niltava enjoying the evening sun


 Fork-tailed Sunbird

 Red-billed Blue Magpie - although it is common at Ba Vi, I never get bored of photographing this stunning bird

 Yellow-browed Warbler

Yellow-rumped Flycatcher showing its nice bum

5 comments:

  1. Lovely photos Sebastien. The light is beautiful. Must have been a nice day out.

    Richard

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  2. Thanks Richard, yes....light is particularly nice in autumn, here at Hanoi. And you can walk more than 200 meters without sweating like hell. Great season for birding !
    I am enjoying this beautiful season because I know that the winter will be a totally different story :((

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  3. Very nice photos Sebastien :) I love the compotition of the Yellow-browed Warbler shot, and the bokeh is very clean :)
    Charming autumn, come to us :)
    Cheer

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    1. Thanks Hoang, I like the YBW shot also but 100% luck! With the leaf warblers no other choice to blast away continuously in the hope that at least one or two good shot will be found!

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