Lung Fu Shan is quiet.

Although the season for birding has started for two months, not many migrants have been seen by me in Lung Fu Shan. Perhaps this is the result of that I often go up Lung Fu Shan in the afternoon. For two consecutive days I have been looking for migrants, but to no avail. But my passion is sustained by the sighting of a beautiful resident here, the Streak-breasted Scimitar-babbler.

The tree sap conjured up a group of butterflies. Are these Yellow Rajah?

Normally, I look for birds on the top of short trees. Do you know what bird it is among the branchlets?

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