Sunday, January 24, 2010

Another Bush Warbler Day

Seems like the number of the Oriental Bush Warbler (Cettia diphone) around here has increased, or if it hasn't, the birds must have become braver and come into the open more often. It almost feels like spring, when these birds are so common, except for the fact that they haven't started singing yet. A flock of about 4-5 birds was flitting all around in small bushes along the canal at Sekino-e this morning and I had a hard time chasing after them. Many other individuals were also seen along the way. Here's the result of my attempt to photograph these super fast small birds.

1 comment:

S.C.E. said...

Nice shots. This is a bird we don't see up here until mid April at the earliest..............