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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

On my day off ...

I wasted no time on my day off to catch up with  some birding and here are the results. Still no luck with the Cutia.

A wet web.






























A Mugimaki Flycatcher (f)



A beautiful Rufous Winged  Fulvetta.

 The Javan Cukooshrike.


































A Puff Throated Babbler ?








































Pitcher Plant, a prey is about to jump in (by the rim) ...

12 comments:

terence said...

Nice shot yen. By the way the babbler is a thrush. Siberian by the look of it.

yen said...

You are right, thanks.

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Paul Wu said...

Beautiful series! Fr BT or FH?

JRandSue said...

Stunning collection Yen,lovely photography.
Happy New Year.
John and Sue.

rainfield61 said...

I think the one is definitely a puff-throated babbler which I always find in Cerok Tokun.

Patrina's Pencil said...

truly awesome work.
I just wanted to stop and wish you a blessed new year.

Happy hunting :)

patrina <")>><

Anonymous said...

Can it be the eyebrowed thrush............Yen is this the same place I took you

yen said...

Mike, There is no scales on breast and flank for the Eyedrowed thrush

yen said...

Check out this link for a good photo of a eye browed thrush http://www.israbirding.com/irdc/bulletins/bulletin_5/

yen said...

Check out this link for a good photo of a eye browed thrush http://www.israbirding.com/irdc/bulletins/bulletin_5/

jytou said...

http://orientalbirdimages.org/search.php?p=3&Bird_ID=2446&Bird_Family_ID=&pagesize=1

check this out, as mentioned by Terence, this is not a babbler, but a thrush, to be accurate, a female Siberian Thrush, nice find, the males are handsome black with a white eyebrow.