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atty.dan Pitcher Plant in bonzai form
Pitcher Plant in bonzai form commented on by atty.dan Davao Oriental, Philippinesa year ago

Machi even pitcher plants are tiny in the pygmy forest of Mt. Hamiguitan World Heritage Mountain Range.:(

atty.dan Stick insect
Stick insect commented on by atty.dan Davao City, Davao City, Philippinesa year ago

Thank you AlbertKang

atty.dan Rufous-lored King Fisher
Rufous-lored King Fisher commented on by atty.dan Zamboanga, Zamboanga Peninsula, Philippines2 years ago

Than you Jellis.:)

atty.dan Rufous-lored King Fisher
Rufous-lored King Fisher commented on by atty.dan Zamboanga, Zamboanga Peninsula, Philippines2 years ago

Yes i think it a baby rufous-lored kingfisher.:)

atty.dan Rufous-lored King Fisher
Rufous-lored King Fisher commented on by atty.dan Zamboanga, Zamboanga Peninsula, Philippines2 years ago

It has the structure of a common baby kingfisher but the combination of sky blue color at its back in between the royal blue color of the wings made its appearance unique.

atty.dan Rufous-lored King Fisher
Rufous-lored King Fisher commented on by atty.dan Zamboanga, Zamboanga Peninsula, Philippines2 years ago

It's just hard to get a good capture with the morning sun as backlight using my iphone through a cheap spoting scope. But i have to take advantage of the chance to capture the image because residents said that it's yet their second time to see this bird here

atty.dan Rufous-lored King Fisher
Rufous-lored King Fisher commented on by atty.dan Zamboanga, Zamboanga Peninsula, Philippines2 years ago

it's the blue part of the bird... i enhanced the contrast to restore the image as seen in through the teleopcope c

atty.dan Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by atty.dan Cotabato, Philippines5 years ago

Thanks Leuba Ridgway.. Ill check it

atty.dan Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by atty.dan Cotabato, Philippines5 years ago

Hello Leuba Ridgway ..They grow on a tree trunk..on a dead tree trunk In a moist rainforest trail in Mt. Apo in the Philippines. I noticed these lichen while on our hike from the mountain summit..:)

atty.dan Bindweed; Morning Glory
Bindweed; Morning Glory commented on by atty.dan Davao del Norte, Philippines5 years ago

Thanks again Selma..:) You too, have a great time enjoying nature.:) Im glad to meet people like u here..