some local vegetation and the
Fraser's Hill Golf Course.
Enter Phil Soo who took me under his wing early morning and off we set for a little birding/photographt therepy.
None birders please note the long pendulous tail feathers.
Not the best of photos of the most colourful SILVER-EARED MESIA but feel by the end of this leg of the trip there will be some better shots of this confiding beauty
Next came a most elegant FIRE-TUFTED BARBET
which at one stage was seen feeding a young bird.
Despite a land-slip and notices for Road Closed, we did make it almost to the Waterfall
Where in June last year Phil had last visited and when this building was someones home. During those few short months it had been reclaimed by the jungle.
Next came a WHITE-THROATED FANTAIL
a Coral Like Plant.
a strange looking Butterfly/Moth
and the delightful CHESTNUT-CROWNED LAUGHINGTHRUSH, in addition today but without photographic evidence, we also saw JAVAN CUCKOOSHRIKE, BLUE-WINGED LEAFBIRD, GREY-CHEEKED FULVETTA, BLACK & CRIMSON ORIOLE, STREAKED SPIDERHUNTER, CRIMSON SUNBIRD, ASIAN PALM-SWIFT, YELLOW-VENTED BULBUL, MOUNTAIN TAILORBIRD, HOUSE SWIFT and ORIENTAL MAGPIE ROBIN.
Here's hoping this recording of CICADA works.