On day two, members of MNS took me to the IBA area/Penaga/Permatang Pauh Paddyfield areas for waders watching/photography.
We spotted many Common Redshanks, Whimbrels, Little Curlews, Wood Sandpipers, Pacific Reef Egret and others at the IBA area.
Later in the afternoon, we visited the Paddyfield areas where we spotted many Paddyfield Pipits, Common Terns, Common Ringed Plovers, Red Wattled Lapwings, a school of Grey Headed Lapwing, and many Pond Herons.
I didn't managed to photo all the birds we saw during the one day outing because we visited the sites during low tide; anyway are some of them.
This Pond Heron was seen "playing" with a toad by thumbing the toad with his bill before letting him off ( photo no.3) and not eating it. I supposed the toad was just too large for the Pond Heron to swallow.
A flock of Grey Headed Lapwing that was "hidden" from our view by the paddy shrubs/distant; could not have spotted them not until they were disturbed by a Brahminy Kite that was near by.
Not a sharp photo though.
A beautiful Red Wattled Lapwing
A Common Ringed Plover.
A Wood Sandpiper.