Hutan Simpan Bukit Nanas.
Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve is in the center of Kuala Lumpur with KL Tower stuck right on top of it. I got to it via Jalan Gereja, which is the street with the churches on it, doh! When I got there, some dude was using a leaf blower. I could not believe it. They are obsessed with getting leaves off paths in Malaysia. It is weird. Anyway, that was a great way to start a morning walk through the forest.
This is a Black-naped Oriole. I thought maybe I had a Slender-billed Oriole. But the Slender-billed Oriole (Oriolus tenuirostris) is found in Bhutan, China, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam. I think it must be a female Black-naped Oriole.
This one is confusing me because the Pied Falconet is found mainly in India and China. The Black-thighed Falconet is found in Malaysia but this one has not got any russet on his belly. ( Khaleb says its a Black-thighed. Problem solved. )
I am not sure if this is the local sub-species abundus. He seems to have a bit too much colour. I also saw a few Asian Glossy Starling, the usual Oriental Magpie-Robin and Javan Myna. Not a great lot of birds but at least I got out on a Sunday morning for a stroll through the bush. Even if I was in the middle of a big city.