June 2022 at SBWR. Rarely seen, the Ruby-Cheeked Sunbird was bulding its nest, only to be upstaged by the Brown-throated Sunbird as its nest was somewhat nearby.
Dollar Bird at Hampstead
Another rarity – The Amur Falcon at Lorong Halus. Flying high and catches insects on flight – only made me realize that there are numerous flying insects high beyond the canopy.
The resident CG is thriving well. Food supply is abundant and within easy reach. A few families of chickens in our parks ensures its family survival.
CG in flight
Juvenile Crested Goshawk
Skinks, rats and chickens are easily within reach
2020 – JURONG LAKE GARDENS
White-throated Kf diving for fish
April 2018 – SBWR
Copper-throated Sunbird – found exclusively in mangrove habitats, nests are built low and on flexible branches and away from prying eyes/ predators. Often seen as a black bird, the copper tone only appears when light is shone on its neck.
2011-2015 The popular Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher at Bidadari
2014 AT VENUS DRIVE
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