Checklist S42915926

Sharing links

Owner Instituteofbirdstudies Rishivalley

Other participating eBirders
Traveling
  • 2
  • 2 km

Observations

  1. Number observed: 5
  2. Number observed: 4
  3. Number observed: 11
  4. Number observed: 3
  5. Number observed: 2
  6. Number observed: 1
  7. Number observed: 16
  8. Number observed: 2
  9. Number observed: 2
  10. Number observed: 3
  11. Number observed: 4
  12. Number observed: 2
  13. Number observed: 32

    Comments: This is an underestimate. Several flocks were flying past towards Thettu late in the evening.

  14. Number observed: 1
  15. Number observed: 2
  16. Number observed: 2
  17. Number observed: 3
  18. Number observed: X

    Comments: Several flocks seen flying to Thettu to roost in the evening, numbering a couple of hundred or so birds.

  19. Number observed: 4

    Comments: Several more noticed in flight, heading to roost.

  20. Number observed: 2
  21. Number observed: 5
  22. Number observed: 30

    Comments: Even this count is an underestimate. Towards sunset, up to 10 birds could be seen gathering on a single bush!

  23. Number observed: 5
  24. Number observed: 2

    Comments: Calls heard and two birds seen flying in the scrub-covered hillside after Lost Pond.

  25. Number observed: 9
  26. Number observed: 1
  27. Number observed: 5
  28. Number observed: 3
  29. Number observed: 1
  30. Number observed: 3
  31. Number observed: 1
  32. Number observed: 5
  33. Number observed: 2
  34. Number observed: 4
  35. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Seen atop a bush. More in the grass below, which we could not see. However calls were heard.

  36. Number observed: 5
  37. Number observed: 12
  38. Number observed: 9
  39. Number observed: 1
  40. Number observed: 2
  41. Number observed: 4
  42. Number observed: 5
  43. Number observed: 7
  44. pipit sp.

    Number observed: 1

    Comments: Most likely the Paddyfield pipit. Seen when flushed from the grass.

  45. Number observed: 2
  46. Lonchura sp.

    Number observed: 15

    Comments: Possibly Red Avadavat, a flock in the grass.