It was evening and the rain had just turned into a light drizzle. A handful of Pink-necked Green-pigeons (Treron vernans) were gathering on the leafless end branches of a tree in the far distance. They were enjoying the tail end of a light drizzle, soaking in the drizzle and preening their feathers.
Then suddenly a single Black-naped Orioles (Oriolus chinensis) flew in and perched among the green-pigeons. This was followed by three other orioles that perched among the leafy branches slightly away from the green-pigeons.
The orioles spent about 20 minutes together with the green-pigeons before they flew off.
It is noted that these two species coexist peacefully with each other…
25th September 2018