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  1. White-crested Coquette

    White-crested Coquette

    These guys love Porterweed (shown in photo) and back then there was a tall hedge of the stuff close by the Garden House observatory and Cafe. It was always full of a large variety of hummers. Never knew which way to look next.
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    Hello Birdlovers! :)

    I'm a beginner birdwatcher. If you are interested check out my Youtube Channel, where I share videos about birds in our garden. Today I was really lucky, because despite a really heavy storm, I saw a bunch of European goldfinches in our garden...
  3. American Robin

    American Robin

    American robin or Turdus linnaeus belongs to the family Passeriformes. It is a songbird in the thrush family. Usually, thrush is also known as “announcer of spring”. Read full details: https://thebirdpedia.com/american-robin-description-pictures-fun-facts/
  4. Banded Woodpecker, Borneo

    Banded Woodpecker, Borneo

    Banded Woodpecker (Chrysophlegma miniaceum) 鑲紅綠啄木鳥
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    Digiscoping Adapter for the Vortex Viper HD spotting scope and my Olympus OM-D E-M5?

    Hello guys, I'm about to buy my first spotting scope for wildlife watching and I want to try out digiscoping with it. I'm just very unsure about which adapter to use, or which ones even fit (the ones recommended on the site for the spotting scope are for Nikon and Canon only). Do you have any...
  6. Grey Bushchat

    Grey Bushchat

    This beautiful female Grey Bushchat was photographed quite a while ago but love to share with you all here.
  7. Himalayan Vulture

    Himalayan Vulture

    Himalayan Vulture Gyps himalayensis (हिमाली गिद्ध) in Nepal, clicked recently in Koshi Tapu Wildlife Reserve of eastern lowland of Nepal. This vulture is listed as near threatened bird and found from lowland to Himalayan regions of the country.
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    Have you ever been to Calarasi lake also know as Iezer Calarasi?

    If you were, you can tell me what it was like and if I have to pay the entrance or it's free, thank you in advance
  9. Grey Bushchat

    Grey Bushchat

    Grey Bushchat clicked in nature park, near Kathmandu
  10. Chestnut-breasted Malkoha (Phaenicophaeus curvirostris) 栗胸地鵑

    Chestnut-breasted Malkoha (Phaenicophaeus curvirostris) 栗胸地鵑

    Not so skittish bird. It was curious what I was doing and stayed for a while let me take some pics. Featured in my lates vlog Ep5 Full Day Birding & Exploring 全天觀鳥和探索 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y2lS7Lrcdo
  11. Bornean Bristlehead (Pityriasis gymnocephala) 棘毛伯勞

    Bornean Bristlehead (Pityriasis gymnocephala) 棘毛伯勞

    Endemic bird to Borneo. Featured in my latest released vlog BORNEO Series Ep5 | Full Day Birding & Exploring 全天觀鳥和探索 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y2lS7Lrcdo
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    Day 3 | Full Day Birding & Exploring 全天觀鳥和探索

    Finally Episode #5 is out. It is Day 3 in Borneo Tropical Rainforest Resort. Today will go for full day self trekking & exploring. Taking the main road route as it is the easiest to walk, also it will be much easier to photograph if sighted any bird or wildlife. 第三天在婆羅洲熱帶雨林度假村。...
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    SpFT_vtm2021.JPG

    Spotted Forktail, beautiful, common so far, photographed recently in Shivapuri national park, Kathmandu
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    Bird ID Assistance - Hertfordshire, England.

    Hi there, I’m an absolute beginner when it comes to bird watching and could really use some help identifying this lovely bird I saw this morning in my garden (possibly a sparrow)? - Apologies for the bad quality! Thank you!
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    Bird Watchers Wanted!

    Hello! My name is Aleksandra and I am a UX/UI Design student at Ravensbourne University in London. I am currently searching for people willing to have a zoom interview with me who are passionate about bird watching. My project will revolve around bird watchers, enthusiasts and the mental well...
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    Blue-throated Barbet_VTM2.JPG

    Blue-throated Barbet is a beautiful green bird with blue throat and red head. It is called कुथुर्के (Kuthurke) in Nepali and and common birds around so far
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    Himalayan Buzzard
  18. Black Drongo

    Black Drongo

    Black beauty- Black Drongo, common bird of open country and farmlands in Nepal
  19. Warbler of Chiffchaff!

    Warbler of Chiffchaff!

    I thought this was Chiffchaff, the call was not loud but sounded like it but looking at the lg and some other feature, I am unsure. Anyone can help me confirm this beautiful little guy Vimal
  20. Whinchat

    Whinchat

    A common Palearctic migrant that is found across much of Africa, in areas that receive good rainfall or that aren't too arid.
  21. Northern Pied Babbler

    Northern Pied Babbler

    An East African endemic, commonly found in highland grasslands and acacia woodlands.
  22. Grey Wren-warbler

    Grey Wren-warbler

    A common savannah bird mainly found in Acacia scrub. They are one of those birds that are easier to hear than see.
  23. Green-throated Sunbird

    Green-throated Sunbird

    Showing off it's iridescent green feathers while making a territorial display.
  24. Fawn-coloured Lark

    Fawn-coloured Lark

    This dry country lark is perfectly camouflaged by the dry grasses of semi-arid areas.
  25. Blue-capped Cordon-bleu

    Blue-capped Cordon-bleu

    These cute birds are often found in hot and dry savannah grasslands in much of East Africa.
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