An elusive songbird: The White-Rumped Shama

A beautiful songster, the White-Rumped Shama, can be found in the undergrowth along the Sungei Sembawang. Sightings of the White-Rumped Shama are apparently few and far between and the sightings I have of the Shama along the river on a few occasions could very be of the same individual bird. I had to get through the undergrowth to get the last set of photographs on 6 December 2009.

White-Rumped Shama in the undergrowwth (6 Dec 2009)

White-Rumped Shama in the undergrowth (6 Dec 2009)

White-Rumped Shama in the undergrowth (6 Dec 2009)

White-Rumped Shama in the undergrowth (6 Dec 2009)

The White-Rumped Shama at first sight (22 Oct 2009)

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About Jerome Lim, The Wondering Wanderer

Once told that it was my destiny to wander through life, I take a wide eyed view of life’s wanderings through the eyes of the child that I was and blogs about the many things that has captured my imagination through life’s journey.
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