Po Toi Autumn 2018

Po Toi Autumn 2018

Aug 28

Heavy rain cut our birding time on the island into 1.5 hours, yet we found some migrants:

1. Amur Paradise Flycatchers X 2

2. Yellow-rumped Flycatcher (1st winter male, thanks Sherman for the ID)

3. White-shouldered Starlings

4. Daurian Starling

5. Arctic Warbler

During the ferry trip, we found:
5. Bridled Terns ~40

6. Aleutian Terns ~8

[ Last edited by edyip1999 at 30/08/2018 22:32 ]


Yellow-rumped Flycatcher (1st year m) 3.JPG (226.38 KB)

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Yellow-rumped Flycatcher (1st year m) 3.JPG

White-shouldered Starling 1.JPG (411.59 KB)

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White-shouldered Starling 1.JPG

Bridled Tern 1.JPG (82.16 KB)

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Bridled Tern 1.JPG

Aleutian Tern 6.JPG (72.28 KB)

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Aleutian Tern 6.JPG


The starling on the left of the photo is Daurian - note the dark eye and white stripe down the scapulars.

The Dusky warbler would be extremely early. Do you have any photos of this bird?


Thanks John for the ID. I didn't notice there are other species of starlings around.

Please find the warbler photo here. I didn't hear the typical "tsack" sound of Dusky Warbler. Will it be an Arctic Warbler?


Warbler 2.JPG (263.19 KB)

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Warbler 2.JPG


Yes, it looks like an Arctic Warbler. Note the narrow wing bar and green upperparts.


Thanks John!!


23 Aug

Forest wagtail

13 Sep

Chinese goshawk juvenile x 2

Amur paradise flycacher x 1

Dark-sided flycatcher x 1

Hainan blue flycatcher x 1

Asian brown flycatcher x 4
Arctic warbler x 2
Pale-legged warbler x 2
White-shouldered starling x 40
Dollar bird x 1
Black-napped oriole x 1
And some birders saw a Forest wagtail