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YC Wee
on 21st December 2019

In January 2013, Johnny Wee encountered a few Asian Openbills (Anastomus oscitans) at Seletar West Link – see HERE. This was probably the first record for Singapore. This time around […]

YC Wee
on 19th December 2019

“Went back to the fruiting Common Mahang (Macaranga bancana) (see HERE) to see more visitors. A number of spiderhunters present today feeding on the fruit are the Spectacled Spiderhunters (Arachnothera […]

YC Wee
on 18th December 2019

Dr. Jean Ho’s video was recorded this morning from her residence. She had earlier recorded the haunting call but only now was the call identified. The video was sent to […]

YC Wee
on 17th December 2019

“The Little Cormorant (Phalacrocorax niger) used to be an uncommon migrant to Peninsular Malaysia. The ‘A Checklist of the birds of Malaysia Dec 2016(v2)’ lists the Little Cormorant as a […]

YC Wee
on 16th December 2019

A Tanimbar Corella (Cacatua goffini) was caught on video in a 20m tall Starfruit Tree (Averrhoa carambola). As there were no close-up images of the corella, what it was doing […]

YC Wee
on 15th December 2019

“The structure of the iris of the Cinnamon Bittern (Ixobrychus cinnamomeus) has always fascinated me (above). It has a pigmentation posterior to the pupil and I have wondered about its […]

YC Wee
on 13th December 2019

“Asian Openbills (Anastomus oscitans) are common birds in Peninsular Malaysia after their mass movement south some years back. Any visit to the Perak wetland areas will witness 200-400 birds. I […]

YC Wee
on 12th December 2019

“While strolling along a secluded mangrove boardwalk, a female suddenly caught my eye (as they sometimes do). “I cautiously zoomed in on her (with my camera) and verified that she […]

YC Wee
on 11th December 2019

“I saw these two Lesser Coucals (Centropus bengalensis javanensis) together, which is unusual as they are often solitary. I am trying to decide if they are adults in non-breeding plumage […]

YC Wee
on 10th December 2019

“As a teenager, I recalled the hordes of butterflies that used to flock to the wild Lantana bushes that overran my uncle’s estate. My cousin and I slashed away with […]

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