24 June 2009

Fruiting Tree

I cant believe my luck when I found this fruiting tree. A lot of birds are busy plucking out its fruit, seems like a small cherry but I might be wrong.

so I just sat at one spot and take pictures of the birds.

among them are

Red-eyed Bulbul
Merbah Mata Merah
Pycnonotus brunneus

A group of Pink-necked Green Pigeon

here is a male

Pink-necked Green Pigeon
Punai Gading
Treron vernans

and the female

the Black-naped Oriole, the Asian Glossy Starling and the usual Yellow-vented Bulbul also stop by..

this lone Dusky Langur (Trachypithecus obscurus) Black Gibbon(Hylebates concolor) also stayed at the tree. Maybe this fella has recognized me and know I'm not a threat. Other members of the family aren't around.

**species name of primate changed, wrongly ID before, today I have rechecked this at http://www.wildsidephotography.ca/primates.html


  1. cute gibbon, and they are usually high up in the tree canopy, don't they?

  2. sorry Yen, I have wrongly ID the gibbon, it should be a dusky langur/dusky leaf monkey. Yes, normally seen them up in the canopy, but in the park, the trees fortunately lower

  3. Beautiful shots!.
    You have found a jackpot. That ficus tree attract a lot of birds and mammals.


Sweets or Stones, it must worth something..jot it down!