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Recent content by SeeToh

  1. Grey-streaked Flycatcher

    Grey-streaked Flycatcher

    2nd record for Singapore.
  2. SeeToh

    My Singapore Lifer List

    Lifer #345 - Grey-streaked Flycatcher @ Sembawang Road (14 Nov 2021). The second record for Singapore.
  3. Brown-streaked Flycatcher

    Brown-streaked Flycatcher

  4. White-throated Needletail

    White-throated Needletail

    Uncommon winter visitor/passage migrant to Singapore White-throated Needletail
  5. Tree Pipit

    Tree Pipit

    A national first for Singapore
  6. SeeToh

    My Singapore Lifer List

    Lifer #344 - Tree Pipit @ Ulu Pandan Park Connector (25 Oct 2021). A national first for Singapore.
  7. Japanese Sparrowhawk

    Japanese Sparrowhawk

  8. Japanese Sparrowhawk

    Japanese Sparrowhawk

  9. Spotted Flycatcher

    Spotted Flycatcher

    A national first for Singapore and also for the mainland Southeast Asia region. The Philippines had their first record at Batanes in the spring of 2021.
  10. SeeToh

    My Singapore Lifer List

    Lifer #343 - Spotted Flycatcher @ Kent Ridge Park (16 Oct 2021). A first for Singapore and also the mainland Southeast Asia region.
  11. Cotton Pygmy Goose

    Cotton Pygmy Goose

    A rare non-breeding visitor to Singapore.
  12. Oriental Pied Hornbill

    Oriental Pied Hornbill

    Male. Ssp convexus
  13. Pied Bushchat

    Pied Bushchat

    Male. Most probably an escapee as this species is a popular bird in the cage-bird trade and also not known to be a long distance migrant.
  14. Black-thighed Falconet

    Black-thighed Falconet

  15. Green Broadbill

    Green Broadbill

    Male Green Broadbill