Birdwatching in Yambaru, Okinawa Day 2 (April 18, 2010)
I woke up at 5:00 AM as yesterday and drove northword from Nago City. Ryukyu Robin and Light-vented Bulbul sometimes crossed the road. Although I was carefully watching roadside, I did not have good luck to see any rail. Once I found a pair of rail, it was White-breasted Waterhen, which is common in Okinawa.
As I needed to go back to the Naha International Airport by 3:30 PM, I needed to leave Kunigami Village around 11:00 AM.. I decided to drop off Hiji Waterfall once again.
When I arrived in the waterfall, there were already some tourists. Although I did not expect good encounter of Ryukyu Robin and Okinawa Woodpecker, I saw the two species once again.
Ryukyu Robin is generally tame bird and often comes closer to people. I was so happy to take some nice pictures of the robin in the end of my trip.