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    Snap shots around Chek Jawa

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    Chestnut-capped Laughingthrush

    Thanks Cajuca, here's another one. :) D2H, 300mm + 2X, ISO320, F5.6, 1/250
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    Chestnut-capped Laughingthrush

    Hi All, Just wanna sharing an humble image of the Chestnut-capped Laughingthrush (Garrulax mitratus), comments and criticism are most welcome. D2H, 300mm + 2X, ISO320, F5.6, 1/200 Fred
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    When one wasn't enough!

    Just wanna share some shots of a White-bellied Sea Eagle being harrassed by a crow while it was trying to find a place to have its breakfast. Apparently, it was grasping onto two different fish with its talon. :) 1. D2H, 300 + 2X, ISO 200, F8, 1/640 2. D2H, 300 + 2X, ISO 200, F8, 1/640...
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    Flight of the Brahminy

    Hi All, I would just like to share some images of the very common Brahminy Kite in flight; comments are most welcomed. :) 1. 2.
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    Changeable Hawk-eagle - dark morph

    Thanks for viewing and your comments guys. :) Images were shot in changi; a little lucky and lots of patient give me the chance to admire this handsome bird of prey. ;)
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    Himalayan Griffon

    No worries, Thanks mate. :)
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    Changeable Hawk-eagle - dark morph

    Hi Guys, Just to share some shots of the Changeable Hawk-eagle (Spizaetus cirrhatus) - dark morph, comments are most welcome. :) 1. 2. 3. 4.
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    Pied Harrier

    Thank you.:)
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    Himalayan Griffon

    Thanks for viewing and your comments. :) I believe they're different individuals. :)
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    Pied Harrier

    Sharing some images of a Pied Harrier shot recently, comments are most welcome. :) 1. D2H, 300mm + 2X, F8, 1/200, ISO 320 2. D2H, 300mm + 2X, F5.6, 1/400, ISO 320
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    Himalayan Griffon

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    Himalayan Griffon

    A nagging feeling prompted me to check out some usual birding spot, and I was lucky enough to meet a rare visitor, the Himalayan Griffon. The last time I saw this guy was on 18 Dec 2003 around the same area. A pair was also sighted flying around Orchard road area early last year. This particular...
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    Azure-winged Magpie

    Magpies are in the Corvid family, meaning they are related to crows and jackdaws. The Azure-winged Magpie (Cyanopica cyana) is similar in overall shape to the European Magpie (Pica pica) but is a more slender bird with proportionately smaller legs and bill. It has a glossy black top to the head...
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    Daurian Redstart

    Thanks for viewing guys, Merry Xmas! :)
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    Daurian Redstart

    The Daurian Redstart (Phoenicurus auroreus) is a familiar visitor to Hong Kong which arrives during November and leaves in March. It is a small bird easily recognised by its ## plumage and smart appearance. Males have whitish-grey heads, black chin, throat and sides of neck, black wings with a...
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    Warming up after a long hiatus

    Thanks for the compliments guys, Cheers! :)
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    Collared Scops Owl

    Thanks for viewing and commenting, the owl was spotted near my place in the eastern side of Singapore. Happy shooting!:)
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    Collared Scops Owl

    The Collared Scops Owl (Otus bakkamoena) is a native of Asia, composing of over 20 races. It ranges from Pakistan in the west to Japan in the east; from tropical Java and the Philippines north to temperate Siberia. Its preferred habitat is lightly forested areas and having adapted to urban...