Sunday, 2 July 2017

Kranji Marsh 03Jun17

From KH
JS was stationed at the Kranji Marsh tower, so Con, Danny and I went there to give our support. Of course, his gf was there to support him too.

First, a land planarian worm crossed our path.


Then, a slug crossed our path.


At the tower, a male Baya weaver was busy weaving.


ebird list from JS:
  1. Gray Heron 2
  2. Purple Heron 1
  3. Osprey 1
  4. Black-shouldered Kite 1
  5. Changeable Hawk-Eagle 1 heard only
  6. Brahminy Kite 5
  7. White-bellied Sea-Eagle 1
  8. White-breasted Waterhen 5
  9. Red-wattled Lapwing 3
  10. Little Tern 7
  11. Spotted Dove 10
  12. Zebra Dove 2
  13. Pink-necked Pigeon 50
  14. Lesser Coucal 6
  15. Banded Bay Cuckoo 1
  16. Plaintive Cuckoo 1 - heard only
  17. Brush Cuckoo 1
  18. dark swiftlet sp. 30
  19. White-throated Kingfisher 1
  20. Collared Kingfisher 2
  21. Dollarbird 1
  22. Lineated Barbet 1
  23. Rose-ringed Parakeet 2
  24. Red-breasted Parakeet 7
  25. Long-tailed Parakeet 5
  26. Blue-crowned Hanging-Parrot 2
  27. Common Iora 5
  28. Pied Triller 1
  29. Long-tailed Shrike 2
  30. Black-naped Oriole 1
  31. Malaysian Pied-Fantail 4
  32. House Crow 30
  33. Large-billed Crow 2
  34. Pacific Swallow 7
  35. Yellow-vented Bulbul 10
  36. Common Tailorbird 1 - heard only
  37. Ashy Tailorbird 1 - heard only
  38. Yellow-bellied Prinia 2
  39. Abbott's Babbler 1 - heard only
  40. Oriental Magpie-Robin 1
  41. Asian Glossy Starling 30
  42. Javan Myna 10
  43. Plain-throated Sunbird 3
  44. Olive-backed Sunbird 7
  45. Golden-backed Weaver 1 male seen. 3 nest seen, but don't know if in use.
  46. Baya Weaver 2

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