Copper-throated Sunbird – mangrove forest

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  Copper-throated Sunbirds (Leptocoma calcostetha) are fairly common at this site and I saw them 5-6 times over a 4+ hour period. But imaging this beautiful, fast moving and activity feeding bird under the mangrove canopy is difficult. Some images … Continued

Birds using ferns as nesting sites

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Most of us are familiar with birds building their nests in trees, shrubs, among grasses and sedges, and even on the ground. But how about ferns as nesting sites? The Peaceful Doves (Geopelia striata) has been shown to build its … Continued