Pantai Cahaya Bulan. PCB.
It took me ages to find the number ten bus going to PCB. I asked about three people until I found it. That is pretty normal in Malaysia. Sooner or later you get to where you want to go. Usually after a whole slew of dodgy directions. The bus ride to the beach cost me a whole Rm1.70.
This one is a female. I had to look through all the other female sunbirds with yellow fronts, for example: Brown-throated Sunbird and Purple Sunbird.
Here she is standing still. There were quite a few of them in the pine trees along the beach. I went along the beach for a while until I came to a river and a kampung, a fishing village on the side of the river.
The thing that settled it for that they were Olive-backed Sunbirds was this eclipse male with the start of a black streak down his chin. He dribbles a bit, see? I also missed getting a shot of a Black-crowned Night-Heron, which I thought might have been a Little Heron. I surprised him on the banks of the river and he took off before I could get a decent shot of him. He even had a fish in his beak. doh!
Not sure what this is, but it is pretty young. It was whingeing for ages. There have been Oriental Reed Warblers and Black-browed reed Warblers seen in this area but I do not think it is one of them. I really have no idea to be honest.