Black-Thighed Falconet Hunting During Nesting

The mating and nesting rituals of a pair of Black-thighed Falconet (Microhierax fringillarius) have already been posted earlier by Connie Khoo: see HERE. The current post, also by Connie, involves the strange hunting behaviour of this pair of falconets during their nesting period as observed in early February 2007. The pair of nesting Black-thighed Falconet had already established an eyrie or nest on the limestone cliff. So it appeared strange that they were observed… Read More BIRDING ECOLOGY STUDY GROUP

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