Plume-toed Swiftlet – collecting nesting material

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“I have previously observed Plume-toed Swiftlet (Collocalia affinis) collecting nesting material 8 times: a. Twice collecting strands from creepers b. Pnce collecting fibre from Livistona chinensis palms c. Three times stealing material from Baya Weaver nests (Amar-Singh HSS. Glossy Swiftlet … Continued

Baya Weaver’s new food source – oil palm fruits

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“Traditional records, and my own observations, indicate that Baya Weavers (Ploceus philippinus infortunatus) primarily feed on seeds/grain. Most records of animal prey are associated with feeding of juveniles. “Saw some Baya Weavers feeding on discarded Palm Oil (Elaeis guineensis) fruits … Continued

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