Friday, April 1, 2016

Broadbill and Trogon of Fraser Hill

Silver-breasted Broadbill appeared as we birded along Bishop's Trail that Sunday afternoon. It had a huge insect for its afternoon tea. The female Red-headed Trogon appeared thereafter and perched for quite some time on branch below. The male Trogon was the final bird we saw at Bishop's Trail before we headed out to the New Gap Road in search of the Helmeted, Wreathed and Great Hornbills.

1 comment:

  1. Male red-headed Trogon was seen for a much shorter period of time compared with the female. Slight gust of wind swished its long tail feathers about before it flew off silently, literally the trogon was Gone with the Wind.


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