Late this afternoon I decided to hike up Mt Kinugasa and see if there was any migration action. I arrived at the summit at about 16:30 and stayed until 18:00. During that time I saw a lone Chinese Goshawk, but it was quite far and on the sunward side of me, so I didn’t bother to try to photograph it.
Also, a juvenile Grey-faced Buzzard appeared not too far away and perched in a tree. It flew away but returned to one of three perches, so I managed some decent photos. A pair of Grey-streaked Flycatchers were also quite active just before sunset, while I could hear Eurasian Jay, Red-billed Leiothrix, Eastern Great Tit, Brown-eared Bulbul and Large-billed Crow.
A small band of Wild Boar were also active, but kept well hidden in the undergrowth – later when I hiked back down to my car I could see where they had been, as they had dug up the side of the trail in some areas near the summit.