YC Wee
on 23rd December 2019

“In mid-January 2018, it was an absolute delight to document the nest-hole excavation by a dedicated pair of Laced Woodpeckers (Picus vittatus) see LINK. And so in early February, I […]

YC Wee
on 27th May 2018

“After many months, I finally had the opportunity to take a shot of the night roosting Red-breasted Parakeet (Psittacula alexandri) this evening. “It had been raining earlier, and I was […]

YC Wee
on 19th May 2018

Through the courtesy of Wong Weng-Fai, we obtained Waikai Yeong’s animated gif of 100+ photos showing the courtship behaviour between a Red Lory (Eos bornea) and a Coconut Lorikeet, also […]

YC Wee
on 7th May 2018

Our BICA Moment, specifically Ang Siew Siew’s posts, Tanimbar Corella (Cacatua goffini) using “tool” to access the flesh of a coconut LINK 1 and LINK 2 has now been published […]

YC Wee
on 15th April 2018

Jeremiah Looei’s 2012 video caught Red-breasted Parakeets (Psittacula alexandri) roosting in a leafless tree at Pasir Ris Greenbelt (image above, video below). It would appear that parakeets prefer trees with […]

YC Wee
on 19th February 2018

James Tann‘s image shows a Red-breasted Parakeet (Psittacula alexandri) eating African Tulip (Spathodea campanulata) seeds. Other seeds eaten include those of Rose of India (Lagerstroemia speciosa), Simpoh Air (Dillenia suffruticosa), […]

YC Wee
on 25th August 2017

“Three Monk Parakeets (Myiopsitta monachus) were seen feeding on the fruits of the African Tulip (Spathodea campanulata) tree at Lorong Halus near the Coney Island East entrance on 9th August […]

YC Wee
on 27th April 2017

“Why do we gals look so exhilarated? Next time you are out taking a morning walk at MacRitchie Forest, and you hear crunching-and-a-munching, and starfruits begin to plop down from […]

YC Wee
on 26th September 2016

Thomas Liang photographed a Red-breasted Parakeet (Psittacula alexandri) perching on a flowering bunch of the African Tulip (Spathodea campanulata) at Kranji Marshes in September 2016 (above). The parakeet then ripped […]

YC Wee
on 22nd September 2016

“Why are the Tanimbar Cprellas (Cacatua goffini) hanging around an old TV antenna? Initially, I thought they were having ‘teething’ problem as they seemed to be nibbling parts of the […]


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