Black-capped Lory (captive bird)
Lorius lory

f5.6 @ 1/125s, ISO:400, Nikon D80 w 70-300mm @ 260mm


"Black-capped Lory," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The black-capped lory inhabits the primary forest and forest edges in most lowland areas up to 1000m (sporadically to 1750m), but not monsoon forest or coconut plantations. It is usually found in pairs and occasionally in groups of 10 or more. Their diet includes pollen, nectar, flowers, fruit and insects.
Jurong Bird Park, Singapore
 
07/07/2007