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Putrajaya Surprises!

Sunday, June 19, 2016
I have never expect Putrajaya will attract attention from bird watchers and photographers until the report of 3 not-so-commonly sighted and photographed species spread. I have managed to see all the 3 species which include Ruddy-breasted Crake, Barred Buttonquail and Slaty-breasted Rail.

Ruddy-breasted Crake (adult)

Ruddy-breasted Crake (chick)

While waiting for the Crake, Rail and Buttonquail, there were several Yellow-vented Bulbul, Stripe-throated Bulbul, Black-headed Bulbul, Common Iora, Black-naped Oriole, Oriental Magpie Robin, Paddyfield Pipit, Common Myna, Javan Myna Blue-throated Bee-eater, Golden-bellied Gerygone, Common Flameback and Rufous Woodpecker.

Rufous Woodpecker

Common Myna







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I'm a bird watcher, digiscoper, photographer and a licensed nature guide. Welcome to my 'A Malaysian Birder' blog. I will post my bird sightings and photographs on this blog. I started bird watching while studying in university. After graduating with a degree in forestry specializing in parks and recreation management, I have been attached to the parks and gardens industry. My past work experiences involve conducting environmental education program, bird watching and many more.

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There are quite a number of birding groups from Australia, United States and United Kingdom that come over to Malaysia annually visiting the traditional key sites that include Kuala Selangor, Fraser's Hill and Taman Negara. There is not doubt that the 3 sites are the preferred birding sites in Peninsular Malaysia. So if you are coming over for birding and intend to hire a guide, you can send me an email at nature2pixel@gmail.com and go over to posting section to view photos and summary of trip reports with testimonials from past clients.

Besides following the traditional route, I also customized trip according to clients needs, preference and interests. So there are some local patches that I can introduce to all bird watchers, digiscopers and photographers.

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