Psilopogon chrysopogon chrysopsis
A bird which is always heard but seldom seen due to its less active behaviour and good camouflage. This barbet is a fig-lover as you can find eat feeding on many species of wild fig fruits. This time it is on a Spiky Fig tree (Ficus cucurbitina). This species is still a taxonomic confusion where some people regard it as a Golden-faced Barbet (Psilopogon chrysopsis), different species from the main golden-whiskered barbet (Psilopogon chrysopogon). We really lack of an international taxonomic body to make a universal agreement on the species status.
Found feeding on a Spiky fig tree (Ficus cucurbitina) in a logged forest. This bird is usually found on fig trees.
This was part of a few days observation made by 1StopBorneo Wildlife team to document the ecological importance of this fig tree as a suitable candidate for reforestation projects.