Sungei Buloh is a wetland nature reserve in the North of Singapore, across the strait that separates the island from the South coast of the Malay peninsula. It is home to a wide variety of migratory birds like the Great Egret shown here on the mud left after a low tide. (Note the walking fish on the background!).
It was a hot and sunny day, but we spotted plenty of birds.
Follow the link HERE for more photographs from the Sungei Buloh reserve, including close-ups of Grey Heron, Yellow-billed Storks, Black-naped Oriole, Redshank, White collar King Fisher and Purple Heron. All taken with the EOS 7D and the EF 100-400L telephoto zoom.
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Como siempre … Muy buenas tus fotos!
Gracias Tucho. Cheers, CIB.
Lovely pictures but where are the photos from the rest of the month – in Tasmania, Australia, distant island on the fringes of Antarctica? 🙂