I've noticed that the bird population on campus seems to be on the decline. I can hardly find any herons, and Bill the stork-billed kingfisher is missing. The common kingfisher is also nowhere to be seen. Either they've flown away, or it's simply too hot outside for the birds.
It's been a while since I managed to spot any interesting birds. Today however, I managed to take a few photos of the grey wagtail which I see very rarely. Here she is, flitting around on the pipe railing behind my office.
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