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Spotted on a trail in Danum Valley. We watched him for 45 minutes, clearing an area on the forest floor to dance, checking leaves and discarding them, waiting for a female to watch.
Beautiful bird! Congrats!
Congratulations! Nice series, thanks for sharing this bird. First-timer for me :)
What a fascinating bird. Congratulations fofr
Congratulations! Really nice.
Incredible !!Congratulations fofr ,,
What a fantastic Spotting! A once in a lifetime experience ..... Lucky you! Congratulations!
Magnificent bird. Great spotting. Congratulations.
Wonderful pictures! Congratulations! The feathers are beautiful.
Congratulations Paul, your awesome series of a very elusive bird has been chosen by our Ranger team as its Spotting of the Week!A male great argus performs its elaborate courtship ritual in our Rangers’ choice Spotting of the Week. The great argus is one of the most unusual of all bird species, males have massive tail feathers that are used by Bornean cultures for ornamental head dresses.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/pho...Twitter: https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/4...
Wonderful series! How cool that you got to watch him for so long.
You are so lucky to see it, It must have been amazing. I hope it manages to find a mate.!?
Wow that's crazy! :D
Yes you are so lucky Fofr. Nice bird.
How lucky to see one int he wild; I've only ever seen this at the zoo.
Lat: 4.95, Long: 117.69
Spotted on Apr 2, 2014 Submitted on Apr 2, 2014
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