Another day on the jungle trails was planned, but before breakfast we all 4 headed to the hide just behind the resort huts. There once again were a number of Silver Leaf Monkeys and our first encounter in Malaysia of
which was a 'Lifer' for us all.
There had been a serious early morning 'hatch' of thees CADISFLIES but while none of the birds seemed interested,
put in an all too brief appearance, but a 'first' nonetheless.
On the way back for a little sustenance a
MALAYAN (Asian) TAPIR
wasn't totally unexpected as 2 had been frequenting the Camp and the surrounding forest for a number of weeks.
Back on the trail, and these tail feathers betrayed the presence of yet another good bird to add to the list.
isn't a ;rare' bird but can be difficult to see.
We considered ourselves lucky to get 5 minutes
of somewhat interrupted viewing.
Another 'MYSTERY' as we
tramped our way to the
CANOPY WALKWAY from where we had
great views of the river
plus the thrill of swaying across the tree tops,
but not one of us saw a single bird. DON'T LOOK DOWN!
with some much better views and a few photographs.
These SCALLOP SHELL shaped Fungi were of interest, as was this bird which I have overlooked until now. Distinctive enough, could it be that it is simply