Monday, May 7, 2012

Birds from Various Places

Together with my mom, we went to Singapore and paid a visit to my sister who's been living there. Aside from the side trip to Hongkong and Macau, I was able to do some birding even though my companions are not interested in birds. ;)

Here are some images I took during the trip.

From Singapore

Javan myna



This is a hairless bird (Javan myna), probably caused by mutation or illness.



Olive backed sunbird from a tree outside Vivo City in Harborview, Singapore


A white breasted waterhen from the Botanical garden in Singapore

From Hongkong

Masked laughing trush

White backed munia

Little heron


Black collared starling from Kowloon Park, Hongkong

An Oriental magpie robin in  Kowloon Park, Hongkong

Red whiskered bulbul

Wood duck in Kowloon park


Rose ringed parakeet


A black kite in flight

From Macau

Great tit

Chinese hwamei (Melodious Laughingthrush)




A Light vented bulbul (Chinese bulbul)

White wagtail from Guia Hill, Macau



6 comments:

  1. great set vincent - birder from the south

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  2. very nice photos, thanks for sharing, hope to see local birds next time :)

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