Green Iora

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“A Green Iora (Aegithina viridissima viridissima) is a difficult bird to get close to as often it is high on forest canopy. “Most that I have seen in past month have juveniles in tow. The image above is an adult … Continued

Brown Shrike – first winter

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“A 1st winter Brown Shrike (Lanius cristatus) that tried to intimidate me. “Too bright colored. L. c. superciliosus?” (According to Erritzoe et al. (2007), ‘first winter’ refers to a juvenile bird that has a partial post-juvenile moult.) Dato’ Dr Amar-Singh … Continued

Supermoon lights up the sky

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On 14th November 2016 the moon was closest to the earth along its elliptical orbit. The last time was 68 years ago and the next will be 18 years later. Singaporeans apparently missed the opportunity to view and photograph the … Continued

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