A Celebration of the Nature that is Borneo - David Bishop
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A Celebration of the Nature that is Borneo

A Celebration of the Nature that is Borneo

Witness with me the spectacle of thousands of shorebirds at Buntal Bay; crunchingly close views of the globally threatened Chinese Egret on its wintering grounds; repeated views of many Pygmy White-eyes feeding at eye-level; a lifer Graybreasted Babbler for KDB at point blank range; a memorable encounter with a Malaysian Rail-babbler; a close encounter with one of the world’s largest flowering plants Rafflesia keithi; at least two of the increasingly elusive and very spectacular Whitehead’s Broadbills; wonderfully exciting mixed flocks, full of great birds in the lovely montane forests of Mt Kinabalu; Adrian the perfect escort as we explored Mt Kinabalu’s gem of a botanical gardens full of so many blooming orchids; a fruiting tree right next to the Sepilok canopy walkway, buzzing with birds including such gems as male Red-throated Sunbird.

To view the images, click on the documents below.
Microsoft Word – Images Borneo 2015 part 1
Microsoft Word – Borneo Images Part II

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