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Crimson sunbird (Aethopyga siparaja)

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Messages about Singapore in different parts of the forum slip through, but there seems to be no separate thread yet.

Was in early October on a business trip to Singapore. I took some time to watch the birds. I did not specially prepare, so I went to the most obvious places and saw the most common birds of this city-state.

I'll start with Pulau Ubin Island.
https://www.google.ru/maps/place/Pulau+Ubin,+%D0%A1%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B3%D0%B0%D0%BF%D1%83%D1% 80/@1.403.
It can be reached by ferry from the main island of Singapore. The ferry route is marked on the map. In general, this is a piece of non-urbanized nature, here you can understand how Singapore looked 60 years ago. A very pleasant place, Many people go there just for a walk in nature or ride a bike.
From my little experience (I was in Singapore several times, and somehow lived there for 2 months) the most productive places are marked on the map. One is an ecological trail that starts right from the ferry if you go to the right (east) and a small reserve on the eastern end of the island (Chek Jawa Wetland)

The island is large, there are a lot of potentially good places.

Here is a list of the species that I saw and a few photos. There was a terrible smog from forest fires in Indonesia, so the photos were not very good.

Banking jungle chicken, gallus gallus, Red Junglefowl. I have seen it many times, but I have never been able to photograph. Very shy, immediately runs away into dense thickets. If you walk carefully along the roads of the island in the wooded part, you will definitely meet. In general, they are very similar to domestic chickens. It's funny to see them in the rainforest
Indo-Malayan woodpecker, dinopium javanense, Common Flameback

Asian hornbill, anthracoceros albirostris, Oriental Pied Hornbill. Almost guaranteed too. The easiest way to find it is through loud screams. There is a gorgeous male

White-necked alcyone, halcyon chloris, Collared Kingfisher. The most common kingfisher in Singapore. Found everywhere

Green Pigeon, treron vernans, Pink-necked Green Pigeon. The most common pigeon. Found in nature everywhere. Then a female caught in the photo

Zebra striped turtle dove, geopelia striata, Zebra Dove. Generally common.
Carrier, actitis hypoleucos, Common Sandpiper
Curlew, numenius phaeopus, Whimbrel.
Brahmin Kite, haliastur indus, Brahminy Kite. also a very common predator
White-bellied Eagle, haliaeetus leucogaster, White-bellied Sea-Eagle. At Pulau Ubin, he is the easiest to meet. Flies along the coast

Changeable Crested Eagle, nisaetus cirrhatus, Changeable Hawk-Eagle. Layer for me. Saw also elsewhere (more)
Gray Heron, Ardea cinerea, Gray Heron
Malay gray heron, ardea sumatrana, Great-billed Heron. Also a lifer is a rare bird, but this time I met in Singapore in two places
Green heron, butorides striata, Striated Heron. The most common heron - on the coast and in mangroves
Paradise Drongo, dicrurus paradiseus, Greater Racket-tailed Drongo. All forests are full of

Blackbird Shama, copsychus saularis, Oriental Magpie-Robin. The most common bird. Here in the photo is a young

White-rumped Thrush, сopsychus malabaricus, White-rumped Shama

White-bellied myna, acridotheres javanicus, Javan Myna. The most common bird in Singapore. Everywhere in the city
Eastern white-eye, zosterops palpebrosus, Oriental White-eye. The only white-eyed of the island. There is also a Japanese escapee. My first white-eyed woman in Singapore was just Japanese :)
Malay Bulbul, pycnonotus plumosus, Olive-winged Bulbul. The most common forest bulbul. If a pale bulbul is caught, then it's rather him :)

Yellow-headed Bulbul, pycnonotus zeylanicus, Straw-headed Bulbul. This bulbul is easier to see in Singapore than elsewhere. On Pulau Ubin meets securely

Black-throated Dressmaker, orthotomus atrogularis, Dark-necked Tailorbird. Also common.
Yellow-backed sharp-tailed sunbird, aethopyga siparaja, Crimson Sunbird.
Black-throated Sunbird, anthreptes malacensis, Brown-throated Sunbird. In the photo there is a male. Also common

Field Sparrow, Passer montanus, Tree Sparrow

Usually I don't carry lenses for landscapes - and I have to carry so much weight :).
This is what a typical body of water looks like on Pulau Ubin (photo from phone)

Additionally, swifts flew there, as usual. As far as I understand, they have not yet learned how to identify them in flight, even from the highest quality photographs.
Here is an example of a typical swift (the photo, however, is not the best quality :))

This is either Herman's swiftlet (Aerodramus germani, Germain's Swiftlet), or Black-nest Swiftlet (Aerodramus maximus, Black-nest Swiftlet)
The most reliable signs are the tarsus and the nest. In the first, the tarsus is not feathered, and the nest is clean, without foreign inclusions (feathers), therefore it is actively eaten. Both signs can only be seen when the birds are sitting.

The next place is Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. One of the best places in Singapore. A must visit. Mangroves, swamp biotopes.
https://www.nparks.gov.sg/sbwr
https://www.google.ru/maps/place/Sungei+Buloh+Wetland+Reserve/@1.4345139,103.7141361,14z/data=!4m2!3.

Asian hornbill, anthracoceros albirostris, Oriental Pied
Hornbill

Stork-billed gurial, pelargopsis capensis, Stork-billed Kingfisher

White-necked Alcyone, halcyon chloris, Collared Kingfisher

Common kingfisher, alcedo atthis, common kingfisher
Green Pigeon, treron vernans, Pink-necked Green Pigeon

Emerald Dove, chalcophaps indica, Common Emerald Dove
Zebra striped turtledove, geopelia striata, Zebra Dove
White-breasted Small Shepherd, amaurornis phoenicurus, White-breasted Waterhen. A very common bird. Found everywhere

Great Godwit, limosa limosa, Black-tailed Godwit
Great curlew, numenius arquata, Eurasian Curlew. A rare bird for Singapore. Many locals came to see her specially.
Here he is among the very ordinary medium curlews

It was easy enough to find it in a constantly moving crowd, not in size, but in shade. It is noticeably lighter. Here you can see him well too

Medium curlew, numenius phaeopus, Whimbrel. Common wintering species

Herbalist, tringa totanus, Common Redshank. A common wintering species.

Great snail, tringa nebularia, Common Greenshank

Guardship, tringa stagnatilis, Marsh Sandpiper

Carrier, actitis hypoleucos, Common Sandpiper

Asian brown-winged plover, pluvialis fulva, Pacific Golden Plover
Brahmin Kite, haliastur indus, Brahminy Kite

Little egret, egretta garzetta, Little Egret

Egyptian heron, bubulcus ibis, Cattle egret
Gray Heron, Ardea cinerea, Gray Heron
Great-billed Heron, Ardea sumatrana, Great-billed Heron

Green Heron, butorides striata, Striated Heron

Gray beak, mycteria cinerea, Milky Stork

To be continued.

Continuation of the list from Sungei Buloh

Black-winged Yora, aegithina tiphia, Common Iora Most common bird in South and Southeast Asia

Shiny Raven, corvus splendens, House Crow
Chinese Oriole, oriolus chinensis, Black-naped Oriole
Collared fantail, rhipidura javanica, Malaysian Pied Fantail. Previously, I just passed it under the name Pied Fantail, I saw it many places in Southeast Asia, and then I knew that it was divided into three types: Malaysian pied fantail, Rhipidura javanica, Philippine pied fantail, Rhipidura nigritorquis and New Zealand fantail (pied morph), Rhipidura fuliginosa var. So I indirectly got a lifer in the form of a Philippine collar fan-tail

Yellow-rumped Flycatcher, Ficedula zanthopygia, Yellow-rumped Flycatcher. I only looked at her for a couple of seconds through binoculars
White-bellied myna, acridotheres javanicus, Javan myna
Brown-throated swallow, hirundo tahitica, Pacific Swallow
Malay Bulbul, pycnonotus plumosus, Olive-winged Bulbul
Ash Dressmaker, orthotomus ruficeps, Ashy Tailorbird Default dressmaker in mangrove biotope

Black-throated Dressmaker Warbler, orthotomus atrogularis, Dark-necked Tailorbird
Talovka warbler, phylloscopus borealis, Arctic Warbler. Here, too, I learned about the recent division into three types. Kamchatka leaf warbler (Phylloscopus examinandus) and Japanese leaf warbler (Phylloscopus xanthodryas) were separated from the nominative. All three can be in the fall and winter in Singapore. It is not clear how to distinguish them when they are silent. This one doesn't seem to be Japanese, because that one is much yellower. It seems more like a nominative

Scarlet flower beetle, dicaeum cruentatum, Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker. A common bird of this place. There is a male and a female

Yellow-bellied Sunbird, cinnyris jugularis, Olive-backed Sunbird.
Yellow-tailed sunbird, aethopyga siparaja, Crimson Sunbird

Opinions were divided on this heron. It seems to me very similar to the yellow-billed heron, egretta eulophotes, Chinese Egret. Some still considered her a small white. I would be glad to comment

The next point was McRitchie Reservoir, a park around the McRitchie reservoir.
https://www.google.ru/maps/place/%D0%9C%D0%B0%D0%BA-%D0%A0%D0%B8%D1%82%D1%87%D0%B8,+% D0% A1% D0% B8% D0%.
It is part of a small island of primary forest in the heart of Singapore. There is potentially a lot of interesting things there. But for the umpteenth time it is not given to me. I arrived there at dawn and all the lanes were already filled with local runners. It is very hot during the day, so they run in the morning. Therefore, if you go there, then only very early in the morning (right in the predawn twilight), especially on weekends.
There is a long path around this reservoir that is worth walking along. It is impossible to walk directly through the forest. Who was in the primordial rainforest knows

Here's what we managed to see there
White-necked Alcyone, halcyon chloris, Collared Kingfisher
Brahmin Kite, haliastur indus, Brahminy Kite
Black-winged Yora, aegithina tiphia, Common Iora
Paradise Drongo, dicrurus paradiseus, Greater Racket-tailed Drongo

Blue irena, irena puella, Asian Fairy-bluebird. The long-awaited lifer. In general, she is not uncommon there, but for some reason I have not come across before
White-bellied myna, acridotheres javanicus, Javan myna
Sacred lane, gracula religiosa, Common Hill Myna. A friend of mine in Moscow had this one living in a cage. Plowshares are heart-rending.

Brown-throated swallow, hirundo tahitica, Pacific Swallow. The default swallow in Singapore. Found everywhere. It differs from the village in the absence of a dark strip between the throat and chest

White-eyed Bulbul, pycnonotus simplex, Cream-vented Bulbul. A resident of a dense forest. It seems common, but again in Singapore I see for the first time

Yellow-bellied bulbul, pycnonotus goiavier, Yellow-vented bulbul

Yellow-breasted Tit-babbler, macronus gularis, Pin-striped Tit-babbler

Yellow-tailed Sunbird / Aethopyga siparaja

Detachment:
Passeriformes
Family:
Nectariniidae
Genus:
Aethopyga

Scientific:
Aethopyga siparaja

citation:
(Raffles, 1822)

Reference:
Trans.Linn.Soc.London (1) p.299

Protonim:
Certhia siparaja

Avibase ID:
EC22F3AA71EC2F48

Taxonomic Serial Number:
TSN: 558466

Geographic range:

  • Aethopyga siparaja siparaja: Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo and adjacent offshore islands
  • Aethopyga siparaja trangensis: Peninsular Thailand, n Malay Peninsula and adjacent Myanmar
  • Aethopyga siparaja nicobarica: Nicobar Islands
  • Aethopyga siparaja heliogona: Java
  • Aethopyga siparaja natunae: North Natuna Islands
  • Aethopyga siparaja seheriae: Nepal to Assam, Bangladesh, Myanmar, sw China and nw Thailand
  • Aethopyga siparaja labecula: E Himalayas (Bhutan to Arundal Pradesh, Assam and Bangladesh)
  • Aethopyga siparaja owstoni: S China (Naochow I. off Luichow Peninsula)
  • Aethopyga siparaja tonkinensis: S China (se Yunnan) and ne Vietnam
  • Aethopyga siparaja mangini: SE Thailand to central and s Indochina
  • Aethopyga siparaja insularis: Phu Quoc I. (off extreme s Cambodia)
  • Aethopyga siparaja cara: S Myanmar, Thailand and Mergui Archipelago
  • Aethopyga siparaja flavostriata: N Sulawesi
  • Aethopyga siparaja beccarii: Central, se and s Sulawesi, Butung, Muna and Kabaena islands
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Sources recognizing this taxon

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 02 (May 2014):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 03 (March 2015):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 07 (Feb 2020):
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Birdlife checklist version 09 (Dec 2016):
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Birdlife checklist version 09.1 (Jun 2017):
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HBW and BirdLife Taxonomic Checklist v2 (Dec 2017):
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HBW and BirdLife Taxonomic Checklist v3 (Nov 2018):
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HBW and BirdLife Taxonomic Checklist v4 (Dec 2019):
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HBW and BirdLife Taxonomic Checklist v5 (Dec 2020):
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Clements 6th edition (version 6.8 incl. 2013 revisions):
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eBird version 1.54:
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Howard and Moore 4th edition (vol. 1-2):
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Howard and Moore 4th edition (incl.corrigenda vol. 1-2):
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Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive (03/07/2017):
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Handbook of the Birds of the World and Birdlife (Dec 2017):
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Handbook of the Birds of the World and Birdlife (Dec 2018):
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IOC World Bird Names, version 3.5:
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Working Group Avian Checklists, version 0.01:
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Taxonomic status:

View status: full species (sometimes nominal subspecies)

This taxon is a subspecies of Aethopyga [siparaja or magnifica] (sensu lato) by some authors

Usage Information

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