Having left the folly of flycatcher-hunting, I dropped into Penanti en route home to check on the Oriental Pratincoles.
Interesting to see that post-breeding moult has already begun - those slightly greeny-glossed scapulars, wing coverts and tertials are new, as are the darker feathers on the head.
The adults were all just starting wing moult - the inner four or five primaries and their respective coverts had been replaced.
The inevitable Red-wattled Lapwings making their disapproval of my presence known! I was surprised to hear a Blue-winged Pitta calling not that far away in the scrub. However, it didn't want to play, and I was unsuccessful in luring it into view. While searching, I did spook a Red Junglefowl - another species I was surprised to find at this rather open location.