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Which Warblers? Rot Fai Park Bangkok, Nov 2018 (1 Viewer)

TwiddlingThumbs

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Photos 1 & 2 show the same individual.

Photos 3 to 5 are of another individual. Could this be a Yellow-browed Warbler?

Unfortunately I couldn't get clear views of these birds plus I'm hopeless when it comes to Warblers.

Help with ID much appreciated.
 

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gandytron

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Any more images of the first bird? It looks like it is entirely yellow underneath, which would make it Sulphur-breasted Warbler (and a first record for the site).

EDIT: just moved from phone to laptop to look at this. It is definitely Sulphur-breasted Warbler.

Please can you tell me what date you saw it, and if you have any idea where it was in the park (I might try to relocate it if it was seen in the last day or two). This map might help you.
 
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andyb39

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Bulgaria
Any more images of the first bird? It looks like it is entirely yellow underneath, which would make it Sulphur-breasted Warbler (and a first record for the site).

EDIT: just moved from phone to laptop to look at this. It is definitely Sulphur-breasted Warbler.

Please can you tell me what date you saw it, and if you have any idea where it was in the park (I might try to relocate it if it was seen in the last day or two). This map might help you.

I thought it was just an optical effect.
 

TwiddlingThumbs

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David, we saw the bird on 12 Nov 2018 (this Monday). Thanks for the ID!

I've marked the area in red where we saw the bird. This area is what the thaibirding site calls the Overgrown Canal. I know it was near some water and I was actually chasing a Grey-headed Canary Flycatcher and a Black-naped Monarch at that time.

Hope you get it and capture better photos than what we had.
 

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gandytron

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David, we saw the bird on 12 Nov 2018 (this Monday). Thanks for the ID!

I've marked the area in red where we saw the bird. This area is what the thaibirding site calls the Overgrown Canal. I know it was near some water and I was actually chasing a Grey-headed Canary Flycatcher and a Black-naped Monarch at that time.

Hope you get it and capture better photos than what we had.

OK, thanks - I'll try to check it out tomorrow...
 
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