photo of it feeding on land snail. Here's a link to a online article on Pittas of Singapore by A. F. S. L. Lok, K. T. N. Khor, K. C. Lim and R. Subaraj.
This is the bridge that leads us to the visitor centre, admission ticket its RM 5 for student and RM 10 for adults.
What a nice visitor centre!
And BIG labels....
And the hide.
As usual, there are still alot of Mangrove Skink Emoia atrocostata . Hard to find them in Singapore even at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
We saw a female Common flameback Dinopium javanense. Here's a photo of a male common flameback which is taken at Sungei Buloh on my flickr.
A pair of helmet snail.
Gold-spotted mudskipper Periophthalmus chrysospilos
To reach the southern most tip of Mainland Asia, we had to cross a flooded pavement.
Lined nerite snail Nerita articulata
The best sighting, dusky leaf monkey, which i din get to see it during my last visit!
Grey Plover (Pluvialis squatarola). It's just too far away for my 400mm lens to reach! Got to heavily crop it. Before i got the Grey plover there are some of the birds that i bump into:
The Common Flameback is one of our common resident woodpecker.
Not to miss out the Red Tent Spider.