After several fruitful bird-spotting trips around campus, I've posted here the best shots I could get of various colourful birds I've successfully spotted and photographed. Some of them have been eluding my lens for weeks, and I'm quite happy with this set.
Oriolus chinensis), although I cannot be sure of this.
Amaurornis phoenicurus) was found near some rubbish (I wish folks wouldn't toss their trash like this) by the stream.
Butorides striatus) was looking for small fish in the lake. It's fascinating to watch him hunt as he darts his head forward and pecks a fish out of the water.
Pycnonotus goiavier) perches near the stream behind my workplace. This bird has a stripe on his head and yellow bit near his rear end. I wasn't looking for this guy when I was seeking birds to photograph, but finding him was a welcome surprise. He also didn't mind having his picture taken.
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