Lots of chickens crossing the road at Pasir Ris Park today in Singapore, 12 July 2020. 🙂 To be more specific, these are Jungle Fowl (Galus galus), rather than the domestic chicken.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/5 ]

A Zebra Dove (Geopelia striata) spotted drinking at Pasir Ris Park, Singapore, on 12 July 2020. I find its pose makes the shot look more artistic.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/5 ]

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Waning Gibbous Moon
82% Illuminated - July 9th, 2020

Canon SL2/200D - Sigma 120-400mm DG OS APO Lens - 1.4x tele-converter - ISO 100 - f13 - Exposure 1/15sec

Despite the rain today in Singapore, this Cycad Blue (Chilades pandava) came out to feed. Happy to be able to get shots on it on my phone.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/5 ]

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Don't fret bird fans! Despite having to go in to the office today, I still came through with the goods.

Here's an unusual Australian Magpie with leucism (a condition that means the bird produces less melatonin than normal).

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Cheeky Cockatoo came to visit and steal the seed this morning, while a Crimson Rosella kept its distance in the nearby foliage.

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Today I spotted some of the feral parakeets that live in the suburbs around here. I hear them squawking as they fly overhead almost daily, but it's been a while since I've seen them, and even longer since I've seen them close enough and still enough to photograph!

While out walking today I found three of them perched on a cable up above the street. After a minute or two, one of them flew over to the top section of a nearby palm tree.

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It is cold (for Queensland) this morning and so the parrots managed to convince me to give them second breakfast.

We initially saw the Great Eggfly (Hypolimnas bolina) butterfly but realised that something was unusual when it remained motionless for some time. A closer look revealed the answer. It had fallen victim to a camouflaged Thomisus sp. crab spider.

Spotted at Coney Island, Singapore, on 30 June 2020.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/5 ]

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I didn’t think we were going to get northern flickers this year—they usually turn up in spring—but this fellow showed up on Canada Day.

Happy to spot a number of Cabbage White (Pieris canidia) today (4 July) at Sungei Tengah Road. As I walked further down the road, I saw a place where there were lots of them fluttering about. That was a wonderful sight.

The Cabbage White is a moderately rare butterfly in Singapore.

On iNaturalist [ inaturalist.org/observations/5 ]

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Leopards, mostly are active at night, they're part of Big Five.

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I forgot to post yesterday's new birdfeeder visitor - a Rainbow Lorikeet, who kicked the King Parrots off the feeder.

Lorikeets are the drunken louts of the bird world.

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