Friday 17 March 2017

Singapore Birding V

In a nature park, a flock of White-crested Laughingthrush (Hakuochoハクオウチョウ) were foraging very close to the path and even when people went closer to take pictures of them they didn't look really bothered:)

It looks like he caught an ant!

a Common Flameback (Zuakamiyubigeraズアカミユビゲラ)

The park is built on the site of an old quarry and nature has come back into the whole area.

A young Changeable Hawk-eagle (Kawarikumatakaカワリクマタカ) was perching on top of the cliff.

a shy Spotted Dove (Kanokobatoカノコバト)

Not-so-common-in-Singapore Common Mynas (Indohakkaインドハッカ) were foraging on the grass near a golf course.

a Paddyfield Pipit (Himemamijirotahibariヒメマミジロタヒバリ) too!

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