Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Birds of a successful bird house returning

This is a very successful bird house in Ban Laem. It is quite a sight each evening when the birds return.













This clip is not the busiest time as the birds return. It's around 6.30pm and light conditions are not ideal for recording. Still quite a sight, nevertheless. It goes on for nearly an hour.



Next to it, the owner is building a new bird house the pre-fab way.

3 comments:

Man versus Markets said...

I regret to inform that this will be my father Charles Chng Chew Lye's last post. Chew Lye was diagnosed with stage 4 lung and liver cancer only 3 weeks ago, after suffering from flu like symptoms since November. Chew Lye passed away in the early hours this morning.

My father has been a passionate supporter of swiftlet farming and a self-sustaining lifestyle. May this blog be his legacy for all interested parties.

I love you Dad.

tuckfook said...

Shockingly sad. Charles visited Penang, July 2011, looking fit except for his gout. Unexpectedly, that was to be the our last.

Charles,you will always be remembered for all the interesting ideas we shared on swiftlet ranching. R.I.P.

My Deepest Condolences to the Family.

Birdsnest Soup Swiftlet Nest Broker Buyer said...

Charles is my good friend. I will surely miss him. He is very knowledgeable in the field of swiftlet bird house. We shared ideas and interests.

My dear friend Charles, twin, may peace be with you. You will be remembered by friend close and far. You had traveled from Singapore, Thailand, etc and etc. Now may you be in heaven.

My condolence to your family.

Rest in Peace, dear friend.

Rich in New York