It's difficult to recall exactly what we saw where from the trails above and below Lama Camp and some of the spots probably did not have names anyway.
Birding in the forests is often hard work, with periods of inactivity followed by a mad five minutes when you encounter a quickly moving flock of many different species.
It's very exciting when you find the flock but also frustrating if you don't get on a bird that has been called! I know I did not see all of the birds listed below but here is a summary of some of the birds seen today:
|A discussion on fieldguides!|
We had another good meal in our bamboo dining room and were later joined by Abid and another guide Chewang and had a good old discussion about field guides and bird ID around the woodburner.
We were moving to Sunderview camp tomorrow and it was also the earliest start of the trip...330am! We had to be in position at the top of Eaglenest Pass before first light to stand a chance with Temminck's tragopan!
In the dull light of the forests, we did not get many bird shots so there is no image gallery today.