Saturday, April 11, 2015

Birdwatching in Tampines Eco Green (April 5, 2015) - Part II

My blog article continues off from where i left off , [Birdwatching in Tampines Eco Green (April 5, 2015) - Part II] with pictures of birds i saw in this consolidated blog article, from Easter Sunday on April 5 and  March 29.
Common Kingfisher in Tampines Eco Green
Common Kingfisher 

Common Kingfisher in Tampines Eco Green
Common Kingfisher with its catch, a small fish !

Purple Heron in Tampines Eco Green
Purple Heron 

Rufous Woodpecker in Tampines Eco Green
Rufous Woodpecker 

Baya Weaver in Tampines Eco Green
Baya Weaver and their pretty nest 

Pink neck Pigeons in Tampines Eco Green
Pink neck Pigeons

Sooty headed Bulbul in Tampines Eco Green
Sooty Headed Bulbul 

Sooty headed Bulbul in Tampines Eco Green
Sooty Headed Bulbul
There is healthy population of Sooty Headed Bulbul in Tampines Eco. I noticed that they have either red or yellow vents. This is because of they are from different subspecies

Asian Brown Flycatcher in Tampines Eco Green
Asian Brown Flycatcher

White-breasted Waterhen in Tampines Eco Green
White-breasted Waterhen 

Baya Weaver in Tampines Eco Green
Baya Weaver

Brown-throated Sunbird in Tampines Eco Green
Brown-throated Sunbird 

2 comments:

Ivan said...

Your last sunbird looks more like a Brown-throated Sunbird. :)

Rojak Librarian said...

Thanks Ivan ! u r right !... thks for the id