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Common Tailorbird (Orthotomus sutorius)

26 Oct 2014 20:59 - 27 Oct 2014 05:58 #2400 by mistifarang
Replied by mistifarang on topic Common Tailorbird (Orthotomus sutorius)
I had the same experience like you Bo! They are not afraid! In my case they "tailored" their nest in a BAUHINIA ACUMINATA.

Location: suburbs Bangkok


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04 May 2015 17:23 - 04 May 2015 17:23 #2834 by Paul T
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Me too, mine seemed to be roosting just a couple of feet off the ground. Keang Krachan. Lots of detail in the orig image - Canon 100 mm macro!!

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04 May 2015 18:44 #2835 by rushenb
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I arrived home from Kaeng Krachan only an hour ago. Earlier this morning I saw few leaves linked together, looked like a nest just in the photo above.. My thought first went to weaver ants, but there were no ants around. More strange, there were no holes, I could barely see what was inside (nothing), it was empty.

I shoot a dark-necked tailorbird downhill after Phanoen Thung towards the end of road a year ago. I could photo it from 3-5 meters, they were deffo not shy. :)

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