I watched this little quiet creature hobbling up the tall tree with it’s forefeet forward together and both hind feet pushing, I was telling it in a whispering manner, “Come on, do it now. Come on, come on…”
I was beginning to wonder the quietness around the area without the usual sounds of our regular Sunbirds, Flower Peckers and chatters of Racket-tailed Drongo mimicking the sound of our office’s cats filled the morning.
Madi pleased to report from the field the resident Otters spotted today on his mangrove tour. This time he got good pictures of the pair. Enjoy!
With rainy season is officially here and the beginning of the rice planting season, Langkawi looks lush and green.
Eagle feeding is one of Langkawi’s most popular activities. The tour begins with a boat ride through the magnificent Kilim Geoforest Park.