I met with two of our doctors on Sunday morning at 0630 to take a short walk around. We saw both Wood Pigeons and Collared Doves building nests.
Walking down to the laundry pond we saw some White-cheeked bulbuls as well as a couple of hooded crows.
At the pond there were a few white-winged terns, a black-crowned night heron, a purple swamphen, and some blue-cheeked bee-eaters.
Walking back to the clinic we saw some antlion pits. I dug one up and it looked like it was almost ready to pupate.
Next to the clinic two Rufous Bush-robins scampered around in a mulberry bush.
Today one of our guys brought a camel spider back from one of our outlying bases for me. Actually there were originally 3 camel spiders, however they don't play well together and there was only one left. I have been hearing more reports of camel spiders in the past week. Mostly small ones. I think they are becoming more active in the heat.