K Wong
on 6th December 2023

The black-tailed Native-hen (Tribonyx ventralis) is of the Family: Rallidae. Rails (avian Family Rallidae) are a large, cosmopolitan family of small to medium-sized terrestrial and/or semi-amphibious birds and include such […]

LW Teo
on 6th December 2023

Soh Kam Yung spotted a Reticulated Swamp Crab (Parathelphusa reticulata) at Upper Seletar Reservoir Park on 2 Dec 2023, next to the Nee Soon Swamp Forest. It was busy feeding, […]

K Wong
on 3rd December 2023

On 11th August 2023, I was walking along the lesser use track over the top of Granite Island (not the usual circular tourist track around the edge of the island), […]

K Wong
on 24th November 2023

Introduction Spotted neck doves, Spilopelia chinensis, are commonly encountered in Serangoon Gardens, Singapore. Their cooing can be heard originating from trees and roof tops. They nest on my neighbour’s window […]

K Wong
on 31st October 2023

I visited Victor Harbor, South Australia from August 2023 till September 2023, arriving in late winter and observed spring weather from 1 September 2023. While looking at birds I also […]

Guest Author
on 14th October 2023

While reviewing my archived bird photos, I came across a series of photos showing a Pacific Reef heron(Egretta sacra) hunting a mudskipper (species unknown) at Pasir Ris beach. Having heard […]

Guest Author
on 13th October 2023

On 10 Oct 2023, I saw a female Oriental Pied Hornbill perching on the Footstool palm outside my window. What was unusual about this bird was the missing feathers, starting […]

LW Teo
on 2nd October 2023

Calling all artists and photographers to take part in LKCNHM Eyes of a Naturalist Contest!  The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum will be hosting an inaugural photography & illustration contest […]

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 […]


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