My co-workers working hard recording the noise levels and observing birds.
Meanwhile, I was just wondering around photographing anything I saw interesting.
A juvenile Chinese Bulbul still lacking the white crown.
An interesting-lookinh Trema orientalis (L.) Blume tree. This species is quite useful in that the trunk can be built into oars and canoes, or made into ropes, and the leaves can become food for herbivores.
Gray Treepie is a common bird in TBG. But its behaviour of hiding underneath canopies makes them very difficult to photograph (I remember my first time seeing them almost three months ago). Today, a young Treepie caught something and flew right above us to enjoy its meal.
Gray Treepie (Dendrocitta formosae formosae) enjoying an insect larvae or something.
Here's a site with some information on this interesting Corvids.
Colorful Plumeria rubra flower lying on Giant Elephant's Ear (Colocasia gigantea)
As the research came to an end, an all-black feline walked right in front of me. At first I thought it was a panther. Given it a second look, I realized it is a handsome stray black cat.