Lady Amherst’s pheasants, other birds, squirrels in China


Lady Amherst's pheasant male, 1 April 2018

After my earlier Lady Amherst’s pheasants’ dance floor blog post, we were still there on 1 April 2018, as this photo of the adult male pheasant shows.

Lady Amherst's pheasant three males, 1 April 2018

There were not just the adult male and the females. Two immature males as well, shown on this photo. Also, a red-hipped squirrel.

Lady Amherst's pheasant young male, Elliott's laughing thrush, squirrel, 1 April 2018

On this photo, a red-hipped squirrel and an Elliott’s laughing thrush join a female pheasant.

Elliott's laughing thrush and Chinese babaxes, 1 April 2018

An Elliott’s laughing thrush was also joined by a group of bigger songbirds, Chinese babaxes.

Chinese babaxes, 1 April 2018

Quite a big flock of Chinese babaxes. They look a bit like spotted nutcrackers, but are not closely related to them.

Black-browed tit, 1 April 2018

On a branch, a white-collared yuhina. On another branch, this black-browed tit.

Lady Amherst's pheasant young male, 1 April 2018

A young male Lady Amherst’s pheasant returned.

Elliott's laughing thrushes, 1 April 2018

While two Elliott’s laughing thrushes enjoyed the food.

This is the end of my blogging on 1 April. There will be plenty about 2 April in China on this blog; so, stay tuned!

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