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    Which Flowerpecker & Warblers? Fraser's Hill, Pahang Malaysia

    Yes, I did notice the bill colour and it puzzled me at the time. The yellow on the underparts seemed far too extensive, but when I adjusted the photo, it didn't look quite so strange. The wash on the breast is an artifact, I think. Definitely an Eastern Crowned in my opinion. Apologies...
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    Which Flowerpecker & Warblers? Fraser's Hill, Pahang Malaysia

    It depends on whether you saw the yellow coloration on the vent in the field. I'm afraid the lack of a dark smudge on the lower mandible isn't enough to rule out Arctic, as some individuals don't have it. Re the Flowerpecker, I should have qualified what I said further - Fire-breasted is the...
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    Which Flowerpecker & Warblers? Fraser's Hill, Pahang Malaysia

    1. A very odd-looking bird. As Fire-breasted is the only species that occurs there, it must be an immature male. 2. The unmarked lower mandible appears to point to Eastern Crowned but are we seeing enough yellow on the undertail coverts? There's just a hint of it. 3. Yellow-bellied Warbler.
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