Bay Woodpecker – family unit

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These were near impossible images to get, high up in thick foliage and observed in overcast weather with light rain, but worth reporting. Bay Woodpeckers (Blythipicus pyrrhotis cameroni) are noted to forage singly and partners do not forage close to … Continued

Baya Weaver – less common nesting sites

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Baya Weaver (Ploceus philippinus infortunatus) nesting is familiar to all of us. From my experience it is usually over water or other sites with difficult access to humans and in tress with Oecophylla ants (Weaver Ant or locally called Keranga Ant). … Continued

Javan Myna– prey for young

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I saw a pair of Javan Mynas (Acridotheres javanicus) with prey for young (nest not seen). Prey was caterpillars and a grasshopper.   Amar-Singh HSS (Dato’ Dr) Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia   Location: Ulu Dedap, Perak, Malaysia Habitat: Extensive Rice Growing … Continued