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INDO-MALAYAN Mangrove

Family Recurvirostridae: Stilts & Avocets

Himantopus himantopus, 'Black-winged Stilts' (Bundala, Sri Lanka).

Family Scolopacidae: Sandpipers, Snipes

Limosa sp., 'Godwit Sandpiper' (Bundala, Sri Lanka).

Tringa totanus, 'Redshank', (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Family Ciconiidae: Storks

Leptoptilos javanicus, 'Lesser Ajutant Stork',  (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Family Ardeidae: Herons

Ardea alba'Great Egret' (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Egretta garzetta, 'Little Egret' (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Ardeola grayii, 'Indian Pond Heron', (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Family Accipitridae: Hawks, Kites, Eagles

Haliaeetus leucogaster, 'White-bellied Sea-eagle' juvenile (Rinca, Indonesia).

Haliastur indus, 'Brahminy Kite' (Rinca, Indonesia).

Accipiter badius'Shikra' (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Family Alcedinidae: Kingfishers

Alcedo atthis'Common/Eurasian Kingfisher', (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Halcyon pileata'Black-capped Kingfisher', (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Pelargopsis amauroptera, 'Brown-winged Kingfisher' (image by Damon Ramsey)(Sundarbans, Bangladesh)

Pelargopsis amauroptera, 'Brown-winged Kingfisher'. Large and strikingly coloured kingfisher. Restricted to mangroves along coast of North-east India and down to southern peninsular Malaysia.

(Bali Barat, Indonesia)

Todiramphus chloris palmeri, 'Collared Kingfisher'.

Sundarbans, Bangladesh

Todiramphus chloris humii, 'Collared Kingfisher'

Family Dicruridae: 'Drongos'

Dicrurus aeneus, 'Bronze Drongo', (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

Dicrurus paradiseus, 'Greater racket-tailed Drongo', (Sundarbans, Bangladesh).

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Updates
Well it looks like my first trip after the virus now might be as an Expedition leader in Tasmania with Coral Expeditions. If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.