I was able to join a group for Odonata field work in Sangan, Bintulu for few days and I managed to take some photos during the tired and long journey.
We stay in a nice big temporary camp in Sangan nearby Sungai Redan. Nice, cool clean water and interesting place. The first thing I noticed once I put my foot on the ground was this weird looking Nepenthes that I have never seen before anywhere else in Bintulu.
I quickly realize that it is something I have never found before in the wild and later came to know that it is probably Nepenthes veitchii. I took my zoom lens and start photographing it as it was few meters high on a tree next to the stream.
On for the night we set up nets for bats while waiting for dinner. We only caught one bat species which is Balionycteris maculata (Spotted-Winged Fruit Bat).
|A friend holding the Spotted-Winged Fruit Bat|
To be continued.....