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14 November 2005


YC Wee

Thanks, Budak. I have linked your 'Night' heron to my post on Grey Heron foraging at night in Bedok canal? YC


A point of interest: Singapore's medical mission to East timor was codename 'Operations Blue Heron'.


The cattle egrets have reached Tampines as well. They've become such a common sight, especially in NUS, that I hardly notice them anymore.

It's nice to see egrets and herons still doing pretty well even in urbanised Singapore.


NUS and the Kent Ridge area also has a fair population of magpie robins!! In Kent Ridge Park there are also gangs of Himalayan laughing thrushes (escapees) which cackle their way through the undergrowth and are quite bold.

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