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A7R4. in APS-C mode
A1. 12 Jun 2022
FE 200-600/5.6-6.3 G
GM 600/4. 10 Sept 2022
190XPROB/GHFG1. 14 Dec 2021
MT190CXPRO3/GHFG1. May 2022
Berlebach Report 8013/GHFG1. May 2022
Easily recognised by its combination of facial pattern, bright golden-yellow mantle,back and wings, red crest and fine black scaling on the unerparts. Both sexes possess a black eye-stripe and thinner moustachial stripe. Male has a red crest, female a balck crest finely spotted with white.
f5.6 1/2000. ISO 2500, GM600. TC1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 19 Jul 2023
f5.6 1/2500. ISO 3200, GM600. TC1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 19 Jul 2023
f5.6 1/2500. ISO 3200, GM600. TC 1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 13 Nov 2022
f9 1/500. @600mm, TC 1.4x, ISO 2500, Woodlands Waterfront, 17 Jul 2022
f7.1 1/1250. ISO 800, GM600. TC 1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 13 Nov 2022
f5.6 1/1600. ISO 2500, GM600 TC1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 29 Jun 2023
f5.6 1/1250. ISO 4000, GM600 TC 1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 30 Aug 2023
f5.6 1/1600. ISO 1600, GM600 TC 1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 1 Sept 2023
f5.6 1/2000. ISO 1600, GM600 TC 1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 1 Sept 2023
A medium-sized greenish woodpecker. The largely green plumage, grey face, yellow rump and fine speckling on the belly distinguish it from other woodpeckers. Crown and nape red in male, black in female.
Male, A7R2, f6.3 1/500. @600mm, ISO 3200, Lorong Halus Wetland Park, 7 Sept 2019
Male, f5.6 1/1250. ISO 2500, GM600 TC1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 29 Jun 2023
f5.6 1/800. ISO 6400, GM600 TC1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 27 Jul 2023
Sunda Pygmy Woodpecker
The smallest and most frequently encountered woodpecker in Singapore. Brown cap, nape, back and wing with extensive spotting. Dark brownish path over eye extends down neck and contrasts with white brow and cheek. Faint brown streaks on underparts. Male has fine red streak on rear crown sides, which is absent in female.
Female, f8 1/1000 @600mm, ISO 2000, Hampstead Wetlands Park, 23 Mar 2022
f8 1/1000. @600mm, ISO 800, Hampstead Wetlands Park, 23 Mar 2022
Juvenile (left), female (centre) and male (right, note the red patch on rear crown)
A medium size rufous-brown woodpecker with a distinct yellow nape. Both Sexes have red crown and rich maroon wings, contrasting with olive-green back, but male also red on neck sides. Female white speckled on face. Belly to vent buff-white, finely barred olive-green.
A6400, f6.3 1/320. @600mm, ISO 800, Hampstead Wetlands Park, 21 Dec 2020
A6400, f6.3 1/400. @600mm, ISO 8000, 6 Jan 202
A small, reddish brown woodpecker with an indistinct crest unlike other woodpeckers, and with fine black bars from upper back to the wings, breast and tail. Male has a red patch below the eye that can only be seen if observed closely.
f5.6 1/500. ISO 1600, GM600. TC 1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 30 Oct 2022
f6.3 1/640. ISO 1250, GM600. TC 1.4x, Woodlands Waterfront, 30 Oct 2022