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  1. James Eaton


    Malayan Whistling-thrush can still certainly be seen (occasionally) at the old stake-out by the top of the old road in the early morning. However, there is definitely Blue Whistling-thrush at exactly the same site (Dave Bakewell had excellent views here last year, while leading a group but Dave...
  2. James Eaton


    The Tahan Hide female is one of the released birds - they've been feeding it on-and-off for a couple of years, and is often in association with the male. It's a long time since the Swamp Loop area held 'wild' peacock pheasants - pre-boardwalk off the top of my head, when it used to be really...
  3. James Eaton


    The Malayan Peacock Pheasants around the resort (a pair), with the metal ring extremely difficult to see are both released birds (originally there were three), few years ago now. Anyone that tells you otherwise are definitely grasping at straws! So many tourists at Mutiara now many galliforms...