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Doi Inthanon this very morning (1 Viewer)


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Dear Members and Bird watchers!

I was at Doi Inthanon this morning and there was a bird I never seen before. there were a couple of them and I got a couple of very poor pictures, #1 to #3

The birds were never still moving around all the time and it was dark in the foliage so I needed a crazy ISO speed. But I think I managed to ID the bird. To me it looks to be a

Buff-barred Warbler due to the white eye brow and dark stripe under. I also think I can see the yellow band on the side of the wing

Picture #4 is a hopeless case for me, the bird moved around on the tree trunk and I only managed to get a very poor picture. Is it possible to ID the bird from this very poor picture?

Kind Regards and Happy Birding



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I think maybe Ash-throated Warbler & Rufous-winged Fulvetta.
Thank you very much JWN Andrewes!

The Ash-throated Warbler and the Buff-barred Warbler looked very alike. I opened two pictures of the birds and not it was quite a huge difference on the head and throat.

Thanks again, highly appreciated.

Kind Regards
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