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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.
Slaty-backed forktail
Can you imagine how it feels, to sit on the ground under camo nets, near a river, with dense vegetation in the back; in a country with many snakes. A wonderful forktail surprise for me because I could take pictures of a White-crowned forktail, in a paid hide at Siriphum Waterfall in the NP, as well.
Habitat
River, tropical forest
Location
Doi Inthanon NP
Date taken
January 2020
Scientific name
enicurus schistaceus
been looking this one up buddy...a wonderful bird and capture jb...many thanks....
 
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Mmmm.... that's a fabulous picture you've taken of this gorgeous forktail JB.

Many thanks for showing him to us lad.
 
What a gorgeous bird. Brilliant full frame profile with excellent eye contact, exposure, focus, dof, colors, and setting. Outstanding JB!
 
Three excellent colourful and detailed close up captures, JB. Brilliant, well done.
 

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