Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Wild Birds of Kuala Pilah and French Toast

Velvet-fronted Nuthatch hopping about the trunk of this tree in the forest of Kuala Pilah. It hopped sideways, around the tree then moved upwards.....
Challenging trying to snap a few good pictures of this fidgety Velvet-fronted nuthatch.


Crested Serpent Eagle soaring above the forest canopy. Chestnut-Bellied Malkoha looks like it was hunting for nesting materials that Saturday afternoon. Malkohas (which were all over the forest that day) flew quite gracefully from tree to tree, with its tail almost as long as its body.     

Black and Red Broadbill's appearance made it the third Broadbill species to be seen at Kuala Pilah forests and reservoir that Saturday for us. This broadbill had a rich coat of deep red and black. Its blue iridescent beak made it look so distinctive. Such a pleasant sight indeed!
French toast for our afternoon tea, tasted extra delicious by the forests of Kuala Pilah. 

5 comments:

  1. Thats for bf or lunch...........

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  2. Strawberry jam or marmalade to go with the toast?

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    1. French toast was like plain vanilla. Lovely even without jams.

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  3. Strawberry jam or marmalade to go with the toast?

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