Posts Tagged ‘Malaysia’

Oriental Bay Owl

The Oriental Bay Owl (Phodilus badius) has been a real challenge (for me) to see, more so than most other peninsular Malaysia lowland owls.

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Written on April 21st, 2016. 0 Comments

Reddish Scops Owl

This is the smallest of the scops-owls (19 cm)(Robson) in Peninsular Malaysia.  It has a large geographic range however it is seldom seen.

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Written on December 13th, 2015. 0 Comments

White-fronted Scops Owl

The largest of the scops-owls (27-29cm)(Robson) in Peninsular Malaysia, but also the one with the smallest geographic range; the White-fronted Scops Owl is seldom seen and not known from many sites.

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Written on December 13th, 2015. 0 Comments

Panti Forest Checklist eBird Taxonomic Order

Just an update of my recently posted checklist for Panti Forest.

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Written on September 9th, 2015. 0 Comments

Panti Forest Bunker Trail Bird Checklist 2015

Panti Forest near Kota Tinggi in Johor, Malaysia, is a popular birdwatching destination for people living in Malaysia, Singapore and also for worldwide birders.

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Written on July 9th, 2015. 4 Comments

Brown-backed Flowerpecker Fig Tree

 

In February 2012 a group of my regular birding friends and I came across a Sunda Fig that was in fruit and hosting a few Brown-backed Flowerpeckers.
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Written on March 1st, 2015. 0 Comments

Fraser’s Hill August 2014

Two of us had four full days of birding in Bukit Tinggi and Fraser’s Hill from August 14th to 17th.

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Written on August 19th, 2014. 1 Comment

The Curious Malaysian Rail-babbler

The curious Malaysian Rail-babbler Eupetes macrocerus, Panti Bird Sanctuary, Johor, Malaysia

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Written on August 1st, 2014. 1 Comment

A Photo Guide to the ID of Malaysian & Hodgson’s Hawk-Cuckoos

Now being early October as I write this post, we see the movement to Singapore of a number of cuckoo species to add to the viewing enjoyment provided by our resident species.  Some of the species that can occur can be quite tricky to identify, this post will talk about the Malaysian and Hodgson’s Hawk-Cuckoos.

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Written on October 6th, 2013. 12 Comments

Morning Mist

The rainforest traps so much water vapor that there is often a morning mist the sun struggles to burn off.  A recent morning in Panti Forest.

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Written on August 16th, 2013. 0 Comments

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