Then later, Cynthia got some photos of a juvenile Crested Myna. She pointed the bird to me but by the time I was able to raise my camera the black bird went inside the thick greenery and completely disappeared.
Other than that we pretty much saw quite a number of birds. Moi, being the more "obligating" one, took pictures of the "trash" birds which my wife preferred to pass over. Like the Eurasian Tree Sparrow,
the Yellow-Vented Bulbul,
and the Zebra Dove.
There were still a number of birds that visited the bare tree by the roadside but lesser than what we've seen the week before. Besides, as I said earlier, the weather was not that cooperative. So we only got documentary shots of the Golden-bellied Gerygone and the Philippine Pygmy Woodpecker..
..and a better shot of the Pied Triller.
The parking lot area of the MSI Building gave us better results in photographing the Black-naped Oriole.
Behind the Chemistry Building, or as we prefer to call it, the Long-tailed Shrike's place, naturally gave us good shots of the eponymous bird.
Although we again failed on getting a shot of the Striated Grassbird, we were thankful that the flock of the Scaly-breasted Munias was still there having a feeding frenzy.
And as bonus, a family of Coppersmith Barbets showed up unexpectedly at this place.