Juvenile Common Iora – just fledged


Juvenile Common Iora  - just fledgedVery cute with fluffy feather

It roosts at this branch from 7.00 pm to 7.00am.

Juvenile Common Iora  - just fledgedThe perch was so low, about ten feet from the ground.
Since the mother was not around, my son afraid that the chick will get hurt from prey or something. He wanted to take it inside the house.
I said that the chick was well camouflaged among the green Cempedak (Artocarpus integer) leaves. Unless the chick fell down, we just leave it alone.
True enough this chick survived the night. When I send my children to school at 7.00am it was still sleeping. I checked it again at 8.00am, it was not there, probably following the mother.

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