In this morning's Bird Count, I saw or heard, a lot of Bell Miners, a good number of Spangled Drongos, some Lewin's Honeyeaters, a White-throated Treecreeper, Brown Thornbill, Welcome Swallows, Cockatoos, and Parrots, plus this Pied Currawong, and the non-bird was a very shiny blue butterfly.

@david The butterfly might be the Common Bluebottle / Blue Triangle (Graphium sarpedon) as I've seen it in Singapore.

@sohkamyung Definitely looks like it. We had an explosion of them a few months ago, literally thousands of them flying around, but there's still a few out and about now which is nice.

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