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Masked Shrike, 2014
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3rd rcord of Masked Shrike in Britain, at Kilnsea, E.Yorks. in Sept, 2014. A juvenile, just like the previous two.
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Black Lark at South Stack in June 2003.
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The First twitchable Black Lark in Britain and Ireland.
Added: 18 days ago by: birdvideoman
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Misc. Cape May III (May 2014)
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waders
Added: 20 days ago by: jwasse1973
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Misc. Cape May II (May 2014)
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inc. Egret
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Misc. Cape May I (May 2014)
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includes Red-headed Woodpecker
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Bee-eaters mating in England, 2002
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First pair of Bee-eaters to nest in UK since 1955. Shows courtship feeding and mating, prior to egg-laying, in Bishop Middleham Quarry, Durham.
Added: 20 days ago by: birdvideoman
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Sulawesi Scops Owl
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At daytime roost, low in a clump of palm trees.
Added: 23 days ago by: Remco
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Celebes Dwarf Squirrel
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Frequently encountered.
Added: 23 days ago by: Remco
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Blyth's (Papuan) Hornbills
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Feeding on palm fruits, the one feeding being the male. We saw extraordinary numbers of hornbills, parrots and cockatoes daily in forest near the Weda Resort!
Added: 23 days ago by: Remco
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Javan Langur
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Four (well, 5) individuals jumping across at the same spot; the fourth is a female carrying an infant.
Added: 23 days ago by: Remco
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Purple-bearded Beeeater
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I merged 4 videos here; all made around the largest landslide on Anaso Track.
Added: 24 days ago by: Remco
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Moluccan Scops Owl
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Calling.
Added: 26 days ago by: Remco
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Sombre Kingfisher
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A common but nice Halmahera endemic, here displaying some weird behaviour (display? threat?).
Added: 26 days ago by: Remco
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Wallace's Owlet-Nightjar (2 of 2)
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Very confiding.
Added: 26 days ago by: Remco
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Wallace's Owlet-Nightjar (1 of 2)
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Easy to see why this is sometimes called Long-whiskered Owlet-Nightjar!
Added: 26 days ago by: Remco
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Invisible Rail
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Look closely- it crosses three times. Now twitchable at Weda Resort, SE C Halmahera.
Added: 26 days ago by: Remco
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Javan Whistling Thrush
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Common on the trail on the last day of Ramadan - less so the day after ... when hundreds of hikers used it ..
Added: 26 days ago by: Remco
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Asian Palm Civet
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Prior to dusk, this one crossed the trail sev times, showing no sign of fear.
Added: 26 days ago by: Remco
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Geomalia
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Seen for sev mins, c 6 am, below sign '44'.
Added: 26 days ago by: Remco
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Satanic Eared-Nightjar (3 of 3)
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After some rain, the pair apparently moved to (slightly) higher ground, apparently in order to stay dry.
Added: 27 days ago by: Remco
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