I was so encourged by my success of photographing birds on the cotton tree on Thursday, that I went on Saturday, March 21 by myself to Taipei Botanical Garden to try my luck again. There were quite a few bird photographers with tripods and huge telephoto lenses around. I had my 70-300 VR lens and had the advantage of being very mobile. I saw this little yellow bird came to a nearby bush to feed.
I was able to get several quick shots. I found out later that it is a common bird called Japanese White-eye, Zosterops japonicus, it can be found in southern Japan, Taiwan and many parts of China. It is a good "J" for me.
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