Still 6 April 2018. Like in my earlier blog post, along the Hanshui river in Shaanxi province in China. Where we saw this grey-capped greenfinch.
Two barn swallows flying. A grey heron. A common pheasant.
On a wire across the river, this crested kingfisher.
A bit further, a little egret and a crested ibis. The ibis had caught a prey. The crested ibis has recovered from only 7 birds left to about 2,000-2,500 individuals.
We passed a farm couple sowing for spring.
A hoopoe flying.
Then, this crested ibis in a tree.
A jay calls.
In a small tree at a village entrance, this small bird: a black-throated tit.
Ornaments on village buildings.
Stay tuned, as there will be more about birds on 6 April 2018!