In May 2017, several dozen small parasitic Loranthus mistletoe bushes fruited simultaneously in the canopy next to the First Tower of the Belalong Canopy Walkway. The fruit lasted about a week and attracted several species of flowerpeckers including a young Spectacled Flowerpecker.
All photos in this article by Chien C.Lee.
Black and Yellow Broadbill. Another common bird of the Belalong Canopy Walkway. This individual male is highly territorial and arrives immediately if you whistle an imitation of the distinctive call.