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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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23 Feb 2022 22:37 #5760 by ella mcrgan
Replied by ella mcrgan on topic Common Tailorbird (Orthotomus sutorius)
Hiya, I work for the BBC and I am looking for locations that we could film Tailorbirds. Do these birds still nest in your garden? Do you see them nesting every year, and if so, when? Thanks in advance! Ella

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