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Red-whiskeredBulbul One Blowing Macaque Running On The Paths Russet Percher Bird Bar My Parents At Mai Po Common Picture Wing Grey Herons On Gei Wai Long Valley Fields Blowing Pinwheels Bottom Of The Course Ocypode Cordimana Flying Down The Beach Black Eared Kite Fisherman Pulling Up Net Claira Climbing To Upper Floor Claira Walking On Beach Ann Watching The Cliffs Go By Fisheries Boat Crashing Through The Waves Bent Columnar Basalt Columnar Basalt Cliffs
Running On The Paths Running On The Paths
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 10 > Running On The Paths

Macaque At Kadoori Farm Macaque At Kadoori Farm
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 10 > Macaque At Kadoori Farm

Striated Heron At first I thought this was a black capped night heron but when I reviewed the books, the eye colour was wrong. This bird was in the enclosure for flamingos - I suspect it eats things the flamingos will not.
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 10 > Striated Heron

Macaque This was a solitary monkey - he dropped out of a tree and then used the handrail of the bridge to cross a stream.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 14 > Macaque

Glassy Tiger Glassy Tiger
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 14 > Glassy Tiger

Frog Frog
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 14 > Frog

Common Tailorbird This bird is quite a bit higher than me in the tree. The nifty features (red top, green back) and sadly mostly out of view. There were several of these birds in this stand of coral tree but they move quickly.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 11 > Common Tailorbird

Glassy Tiger On Billygoat Weed There are a variety of butterflies that look pretty similar. Thankfully I have a book of local butterflies which makes it easier to figure out which of the similar types this is.

The butterfly is feeding on a weed introduced from the new world. The weed contaminates feed (it is poisonous) and spreads real well.

John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 11 > Glassy Tiger On Billygoat Weed

Common Five Ring Dry Season I didn't know this existed with butterflies - the butterflies that emerge in the dry season have a different number of spots than the ones that come out in the wet season (July here). The wet season version would have three rings on the bottom wing instead of two seen here.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 11 > Common Five Ring Dry Season

Common Five-Ring Dry Season Another species that has similar looking species living in the same place.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 11 > Common Five-Ring Dry Season