2010 search. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/ 2010 search. Male Pink-headed Duck. Paris museum. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558021 126558021 https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558039 126558039 From: The Wildfowl of Asia (see below) This male Pink-headed Duck was recognised as one of a pair that landed at the lake complex and occupied the lagoon (and presumably the surrounding lakes) during the winter breeding season. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558022 126558022 Mandalay Palace. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558023 126558023 Shy salesgirl. Myitkyina-Bhamo boat. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558024 126558024 Ahyin (r), my guide for the Indawgyi/Sinbo leg. Here working his charms on a student on the Hopin-Myitkyina train. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558025 126558025 The road to Indawgyi lake. The last clear day before the storm. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558026 126558026 Gold-mining on the Iryawaddy. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558027 126558027 Tea shop and cafe at Sinbo. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558028 126558028 The village headman and others discussing Pink-headed Duck in the region. It was here in this village that we were told of a Dutch birder who returned to the location of the Nawng Kwin wetlands nearby on at least three occasions. Eventually (it was claimed) he saw a Pink-headed Duck from the panorama of an elephant - and then stopped coming to the area. Sadly it was not captured on film. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558029 126558029 Approaching a village smallholding: Indawgyi lake. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558030 126558030 Sein Win (and daughter) in a Chinese restaurant. Bhamo. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558031 126558031 One of the many Indawgyi lake tributaries. Nawng Kwin is in the distance - off limits! https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558032 126558032 Sinbo marshland. Here one dark duck with a pale head flew up for approximately three seconds. It was not possible to either flush it from its landing-spot, or to establish its identity. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558033 126558033 The Buddah shelters from the sun beneath the hood of a cobra. Indawgyi lake. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558034 126558034 Our prize location! Here the Tapin river meets the first glimpse of the area we want. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558035 126558035 Poh-se boats onto the flooded lagoon. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558036 126558036 The lagoon (now flooded). Scene of the (claimed) sighting of male and female Pink-headed Duck in December 2009. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558037 126558037 Dawn on the Tapin river. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126558038 126558038 Tea-hut on the way to Indawgyi Lake. Anecdotal evedence of two Pink-headed Duck gained here. https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=126560029 126560029 https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=134669483 134669483 https://www.pinkheadedduck.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=134669484 134669484