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    Snap shots around Chek Jawa

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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

    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

    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

    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

    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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    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...
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    Warming up after a long hiatus

    Just wanna share a shot after a long hiatus :) Little Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis) in breeding plumage.
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    Flight of the Grey Heron

    Hi Guys, just to share some pix of a Grey Heron taking flight. Comments are most welcome! :) 1. 2. 3.
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    Another feeding sequence

    Just to sharing another series on the sequence of the Black-shouldered kite feeding on a lizard. Comments are most welcomed, Thanks for viewing. :) 1. 2. 3.
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    A difficult time!

    This guy had a real difficult time trying to finish its dinner.... Comments are most welcome. :)
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    An unsual post!

    Here's an unusual post of a Black-shouldered Kite..... :p ;p
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    Blue-tailed Bee-eaters

    Hi All, Would like to share some images of the Blue-tailed Bee-eaters, comments are most welcome. :) Fred
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    The NP Big Walk Nikon Shootout

    Calling out all Nikon users, regardless you are using the film SLR, DSLR or Coolpix, this shall be one of the biggest shootout for you. Be one of the expected 300 strong Nikon photographers and come join the 75,000 crowd in the Newpaper Big Walk. Shoot those expressions of the walkers, as well...
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    A tribute to the BSKs

    Was really sad to hear about the recent events that had happened to the nesting BSKs, would like to share this image as a tribute to them. :cry:
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    Barn Swallow (Juv)

    Would like to share a shot of the juvenile Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica), comments are most welcome. :)