Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Fairy Pitta and other Huben Birds Gallery

The Huben Fairy Pittas

Other Birds Found in the Huben/Hushan Area

Taiwan Whistling Trush

Black-naped Blue Monarch

Black-naped Blue Monarch

Chinese Bamboo Partridge

Barred Buttonquail

Swinhoe's Pheasant

Taiwan Barbet: a recent split from Black-browed Barbet

Daurian Redstart

Black Bulbul

Light-vented Bulbul

Collared Finchbill

Black Drongo

Bronzed Drongo

Black-throated Tit

Green-backed Tit

Brown Hawk Owl

Collared Scops Owl

Mountain Scops Owls

Grey-chinned Minivet female

Grey-chinned Minivet male

Grey Wagtail

Grey-headed Pygmy Woodpecker

Pale Thrush

Scaly Thrush

Oriental Cuckoo

Oriental Turtle Doves

White-bellied Green Pigeon

Malayan Night Heron

Plain Prinia

Taiwan Blue Magpie

Grey-faced Buzzard

Crested Goshawk

Crested Serpent Eagle

All photos courtesy of Richard Yu.
Copyright Richard Yu.

Also see:
Birding in the Huben-Hushan Area
Birding in Taiwan and Yunlin County
Hushan Bird List
Huben Bird Stories
Threatened Birds of the Huben-Hushan area
The Hushan Dam Project


lorikeet said...

I am a Wildlife Carer in Western Australia. I honestly believe the human race has a lot to answer for. We are destroying the habitat of many wildlife creatures. In the case of the Fairy Pitta, one has just spent several days in the backyard of a house in Derby, far north of W.A. If it wasn't for the likes of the Husham Dam this would not have happened. Please stop the development.

Wild at Heart Legal Defense Association said...

Thanks for the comment, lorikeet. You probably saw it but we have a post on the WA Fairy Pitta on the blog, Australia's first Fairy Pitta and a winter sighting on Borneo . An exciting garden visitor for sure, but too true, we are messing up a lot of habitat and making a huge mess of nature.