Yunnan – the video You can see a compilation video of the Yunnan trip by clicking here… Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPinterestPrintLinkedInWhatsAppSkypeRedditLike this:Like Loading...
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Your video brings back to me the feeling of standing there so close and so far … not seeing what one is hearing, and not knowing what it is :-((( And specifically, at the very beginning just before the wasp/cicada part, what was the bird with the plantive four-note call?
Thanks for the minutes in Yunnan,
It is a Wedge-billed Wren Babbler (Sphenocichla humei). We heard at least two and, luckily for us, saw one very well.
Those wren-babblers! I know only the Streaked – and “know” means that I happened on a flock of six or eight foraging on the ground, and by the time I got my binoculars up they had just about been absorbed into nothingness. Not fast even, and unlike the Cheshire cat left nothing behind except me who began to doubt myself that I had even seen them.