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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.


  1. Moluccan king parrot

    Moluccan king parrot

    Quick and graceful, luckily got 2 frames
  2. Beach Kingfisher

    Beach Kingfisher

    Just little walk from our resort at Papua to near by mangrove forest and found several kind of this kingfisher
  3. Male Arfak parotia

    Male Arfak parotia

    It had been two days we were awaiting the bird to come and expect some good mating dance but no luck. So the guide bring us this red fruit (Pandanus conoideus) to invite the bird for feeding. At least .....
  4. Wilson's bird-of-paradise

    Wilson's bird-of-paradise

    The habitat was under forest canopy, challenging light ... difficult to focus
  5. White-streaked friarbird

    White-streaked friarbird

    It's endemic to Northern Halmahera Island, Indonesia
  6. Brown-throated Sunbird

    Brown-throated Sunbird

    It's totally wild scene in Komodo Island, but there're so many flourish bush where this sunbird take some picking
  7. White-necked myna

    White-necked myna

    Not an ideal shot, it was a surprised encounter during bird trekking at Tangkoko reserve. Just another excuse to come back again :)
  8. Yellow-billed Malkoha

    Yellow-billed Malkoha

    Large bird with unique two colored billed
  9. Wallace's Standardwing, bird of paradise,

    Wallace's Standardwing, bird of paradise,

    A Wallace's Standarwing perched, one of 6 birds that displayed for us for a long time during one of our trips. Contrary to many believes and some of the information in many books that the birds will end their activities before the sun is up the displaying didn't end until after 9 o'clock. This...