I have seen the Mad Bird of javanica variety almost daily at my backyard, but this mountain type is my LIFER. Found it at Telekom Lop, Fraser's Hill.
This White-throated Fantail is almost identical with Pied Fantail except for the absence of whitish belly in this mountain species.
Another new sighting (LIFER) for me, from Fraser's Hill
ID still unsure: Accipiter Sp.
Chinese Sparrowhawk (Accipiter soloensis)
Terence Ang - took a special interest by trying to ID this pictures.
He asked around and Dr. Chaiyan a pro in raptor think it could be either both female Japanese Sparrowhawk(Accipiter gularis) or Eurasian Sparrowhawk(Accipiter nisus).
Without additional pictures and information, the ID is stopped at this two possibilities. Thanks Terence for your help.
UPDATE (2nd January 2010).
Finale ID: Juvenile Northern Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus). a very rare winter migrant in Western Malaysia.
Confirm by Dr. Chaiyan Kasorndorkbua, DVM, PhD, from Department of Veterinary Pathology
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Kasetsart University.
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