Nest of Falconet


Black-thighed Falconet (Microhierax fringillarius)

Nesting at the same dead coconut tree as the Common Myna that I posted previously, but at the opposite side facing north.

“The Nest is built inside an abandoned woodpecker or barbet hole”.
(Reference: A Photographic Guide to the Birds of Southeast Asia – by By Morten Strange)

I didn’t have a time to wait for the bird flying in to bring the foods nor did I manage to see the chicks.

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