Jackson Low was at his home in Bukit Batok Street 24, Singapore at about 1300 hours in June 2009 when he heard a loud thud. Then another. His curiousity roused, he went out to investigate. There, lying on the common corridor of level 5 of his apartment building was a White-crested Laughingthrush (Garrulax leucolophus). It had crashed onto the common corridor glass window twice before it landed on the floor. Fortunately it was only stunned. It soon recovered, called out repeatedly and flew to the floor above.
“This morning as I was walking by my block void deck at 9am I saw...
20th September 2011