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  1. Chatham Island shag (Leucocarbo onslowi)

    Chatham Island shag (Leucocarbo onslowi)

    A critically-endangered Chatham Island shag. This shag is endemic to the Chatham Islands. This photo is released with a CC-BY-4.0 licence (free to use with attribution to Judi Lapsley Miller).
  2. Guadalupe Junco

    Guadalupe Junco

    A lovely little endemic, whose population is recovering since the work done by a Mexican conservation NGO to remove invasive mammals from the island.
  3. Charlotte's Bulbul, Borneo

    Charlotte's Bulbul, Borneo

    Charlotte's Bulbul (Iole charlottae) 夏洛特的白頭翁, endemic bird to Borneo
  4. Gray-bellied Comet

    Gray-bellied Comet

    A stunning north Peruvian endemic, this canyon is pretty much the only reliable location for it. For some reason, it is not nearly as well known as the Marvelous Spatuletail, but when seen in flight, I'd say it's nearly as spectacular, and well deserving of attention, as it is probably at an...
  5. Bornean Black Magpie, Borneo

    Bornean Black Magpie, Borneo

    Bornean Black Magpie aka Black-crested Magpie (Platysmurus aterrimus) 婆羅洲黑鵲, endemic bird to Borneo Island
  6. Charlotte's Bulbul, Borneo

    Charlotte's Bulbul, Borneo

    Borneo endemic bird, Charlotte's Bulbul (Iole charlottae) 夏洛特的白頭翁
  7. Himalayas - 587

    Himalayas - 587

    A relative rarity here ... ... and a fortuitous capture ___________ Variegated Laughingthrush Tissa, District Chamba Alt. 6000 feet Himachal Pradesh India 26 March 2013 dscn0148
  8. San Andrés Vireo

    San Andrés Vireo

    A cute endemic vireo of the Colombian island of San Andrés (off the coast of Nicaragua)
  9. Tschudi's Tapaculo

    Tschudi's Tapaculo

    One of the many Peruvian endemic tapaculos, quite common at high elevations in cloud forest and near the treeline.
  10. Bornean Black Magpie

    Bornean Black Magpie

    Bornean Black Magpie (Platysmurus aterrimus). Endemic to Borneo. Split from Malayan Black Magpie but with no white on it's wings.
  11. Marañon Spinetail

    Marañon Spinetail

    A critically endangered Marañon endemic, I'd heard it was terribly skulking, but we ended up having quite good views, thanks to my terrific guide Antonio Garcia Bravo!
  12. Nearly Endemic ...

    Nearly Endemic ...

    Nearly Endemic __________ The species is described as ... 'nearly endemic' to India ... Localized mainly to North and Central India ... and a small part of easrern Pakistan ... Very good songter and mimic ... _________ Brown Rock Chat Oenanthe fusca Jhajjar Haryana India 30 March 2021
  13. Palawan-Peacock-Pheasant


    One of the highlights on my trip to Palawan Island in 2013
  14. Everett's Thrush

    Everett's Thrush

    It perched for a while! One of the rare endemic in Borneo with a very low chances to see properly in the open...
  15. Bornean Green Magpie

    Bornean Green Magpie

    Common endemic at the mountain and noisy too
  16. Black-sided Flowerpecker

    Black-sided Flowerpecker

    One of the two endemic Flowerpeckers from Borneo
  17. Fruithunter


    Another rare endemic and seldom photographed from the island of Borneo. I got this along the busy road at Mt. Alab, Tambunan with the Japanese group. It was seen feeding at one of the fruiting tree nearby, thus allowing eye level shots :D
  18. Mountain Serpent Eagle

    Mountain Serpent Eagle

    My only sighting of this rare endemic perched near the road since I started into birding. Most of the time, it could be seen soaring high up on the blue skies with distinctive sound which makes it differ than its cousin, the Crested Serpent Eagle
  19. Mishana Tyrannulet

    Mishana Tyrannulet

    Peru's other endemic Zimmerius, with a highly localized and strangely disjunct distribution, though not that hard to find when you're in the right place, and even better if a local takes you (thanks Warren!).
  20. Peruvian Tyrannulet

    Peruvian Tyrannulet

    A common and very vocal Peruvian endemic, recently split off from the similar Golden-faced Tyrannulet found further north.
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. dixonlau

    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。...
  24. White-eared Sibia, Taiwan

    White-eared Sibia, Taiwan

    When you only bring 1 wide angle lens.... White-eared Sibia (Heterophasia auricularis) 白耳奇鹛 is an endemic bird to Taiwan. I was so fortunate to saw them while on my visit to Qingjing Farm 清境農場, Taiwan last Feb 2020. Unfortunately, I didn't bring along my telephoto zoom lens. That day after, I...
  25. Cerulean-capped Manakin

    Cerulean-capped Manakin

    A small manakin, endemic to the foothills of central and southern Peru. Nowhere common, this hacienda has a lek of them, making it a great spot to see the species.