Amar-Singh HSS
on 22nd September 2023

Dear birdwatchers, bird photographers, nature lovers and friends The September 2023 issue of the Malaysian Bird Report is now available for download. This issue features a variety of reports on […]

Amar-Singh HSS
on 21st September 2023

In the field, at a cursory glance or brief glimpse, the Chestnut-crowned Warbler Phylloscopus castaniceps can be mistaken for the brighter Yellow-breasted Warbler Phylloscopus montis. But clear observations or an […]

Amar-Singh HSS
on 21st September 2023

On 21st September 2023, at Gunung Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, I had an opportunity to see a number of juvenile Mountain Tailorbirds Phyllergates cucullatus. There are not that many […]

Amar-Singh HSS
on 18th September 2023

I have previously watched part of the courtship ritual of Java Sparrows Padda oryzivora (see reference). These birds are from successfully breeding in the wild, of released captives, mostly around […]

Amar-Singh HSS
on 16th September 2023

I had an opportunity today to observe a family unit of Red-wattled Lapwing Vanellus indicus, two adults and two juveniles. I decided to look at all my past images of […]

Amar-Singh HSS
on 12th September 2023

‘Freezing’ is a well recognised defence mechanism adopted by some animals to avoid detection by or not to attract the attention of a predator. Among birds, woodpeckers and nuthatches have […]

LW Teo
on 1st September 2023

A Sooty Oyster Catcher was seen manipulating a sea snail ( probably a Black periwinkle, Nerita sp. ). The bird wielded its long beak like a pair of chopsticks: picking […]

YC Wee
on 30th August 2023

Citizen scientists, especially birdwatchers are members of the public that collect data on birds for scientists to make use of in their scientific articles and reports. As far back as […]

LW Teo
on 25th August 2023

Wong Kais has never seen a Hooded Plover in Victor Harbor in his many forays to the beach. He often encountered the warning sign to stay clear of the vegetation […]

YC Wee
on 18th August 2023

The Garden City campaign of the late 1960s saw the lining of all roads with trees. Initially to provide shade, the trees were subsequently used to attract birds back to […]


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