I'll start off with the birds. The tiny one you see below was completely new to me. Does any one know what that little bird is?
And here is a Red-vented bulbul perched on the TV antenna.
Red-vented Bulbul (Pycnonotus cafer)
This one is a female Asian Koel.
Asian Koel (Eudynamys scolopaceus )
A female Purple-rumped sunbird is in the bag too.
Purple-rumped Sunbird (Leptocoma zeylonica)
This Boulenger's Bronzeback snake used to come to a Citrus tree in the garden every day and lay still on a branch for hours, but it has been absent for two days now.
Boulenger's BronzebackBronzeback,Dendrelaphis bifrenalis
This Oriental garden lizard was on the trunk of a mango tree in the garden next door.
Oriental Garden Lizard(Calotes versicolor)
I also photographed and filmed a millipede, a considerably big specimen for this area.
This orb Weaver that I asw in the gardening was really small. Can any body provide me with the species name please?
This Peacock Pansy was filmed in the garden today.
I didn't know that Weaver ants were such interesting creatures till a local news paper published an article about them recently. visit this link and see for yourself.
Weaver ant (Oecophylla smaragdina)
I saw a bug dragging a spider way too bigger, as I was working on one of my vegetable plants in the garden. I don't know weather the bug killed the spider or it just came across the carcass, but I think the latter is more likely.
There are some caterpillars on my Winged bean plants . They don't do much damage to the plants, and I'm waiting to see what they develop in to.
Okay, that's about it, hope you would enjoy. Stay tuned, and wish me luck, I'll be posting again next Friday. Ciao!
Posted for Camera Critters, Macro Monday, World Bird Wednesday.