Tuesday, April 23, 2013

KL Bird Park 2013 Part 2

Asian Fairy Bluebird. Beautiful male species with a harem of females in this Bulbuls section of the Bird Park.
Superb Starling from African region according to Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superb_Starling. More pics of the Starling enjoying local papaya below.
Silver Pheasant. Female species roosting at the base of the potted plant below. It appears to be getting ready to lay eggs!
Silver pheasant. Male species enjoying his walks around the aviary.
Silver pheasant surveying his territory from the mini waterfall vantage point.
Mandarin Duck. Male species looking resplendent below.
Asian Fairy Bluebird. Male species striking blue colours from the back.
Asian Fairy Bluebird. Female species.
Red and Yellow Barbet. Species from African region. It behaved unlike any other barbet species I have seen in Malaysia. The final pic at the bottom of this blog shows it hopping around the ground and grass late evening. I have never seen an endemic barbet species in Malaysia, hopping around on ground before as field guides to Birds in Malaysia & Southeast Asia generally describe the barbet species as a "tree-top" bird.


Red-whiskered bulbul below.
Black-headed bulbul.

Stripe-throated bulbul.

The ground-hopping Red and Yellow Barbet! Wikipedia has some interesting details and facts about this African species at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red-and-yellow_Barbet

2 comments:

  1. These are captive birds. Just inside a bigger man-made cage that is called an aviary. Much better to see birds in the wild, in places like Taman Negara, Fraser Hill, wetlands, coastal beaches, etc.

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  2. Victoria Crowned Pigeon mates for life according to this Audubon article at https://www.audubon.org/news/50-shades-grey-bird-edition

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