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    A New Inhabitant in my coridoor

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    Look what has just make a home on one of my parents' plants.



    What bird is that?

    Can this picture be send for the photography contest
    Nicholas

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    Looks like a Sunbirds nest to me. Can I go take pics of it?
    Last edited by benny; 8th Apr 2006 at 22:33.

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    Go where ?
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    take pics of the birds and nest bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by mervin
    take pics of the birds and nest bro
    No problem. I will be in tomorrow afternoon. I pm you my contact number already
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    That beak that sticks out looks typically sunbrid-ish.. only what type..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranmasatome
    That beak that sticks out looks typically sunbrid-ish.. only what type..
    That what Mervin Id the bird as. I know nuts about birds. HAha.. you interested you can come my place to have a look. Then also can let me a helping hand in scapoing my 3ft tank. Kekekee
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    i would but tomorrow busy like siao man... all day got pple coming my house from 9.30 in the morning start..
    You're talking about the 3x2 ft ya??
    WAit.. dont answer that.. if not will be OT..haha..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranmasatome
    i would but tomorrow busy like siao man... all day got pple coming my house from 9.30 in the morning start..
    You're talking about the 3x2 ft ya??
    WAit.. dont answer that.. if not will be OT..haha..
    Well. You are a busy man. Haha. How is the picture that I took? Took it with my humble Powershot A80.
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    Not bad leh.. but the shadows a bit harsh.. the sky like going to rain..

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    Hi Nic, thanks for the Pm but due to some reasons....i have to stay at home for the next few days.

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranmasatome
    That beak that sticks out looks typically sunbrid-ish.. only what type..

    most likely an Olive-backed Sunbird, Nectarinia jugularis.
    these are the most common in Sin.

    Here is a shot that was taken a while back in my garden.



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    such a beautiful shot!

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    WOW!! so natural for a bird to be perched on a green .... fence..

    nice shot still..haha..

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    The bird's feather looks nice especially the yellow and dark blue part! Indeed a nice shot!

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