A large Ficus drupacea located in the commercial centre of Kota Kinabalu at the base of Signal Hill. In the photo above the Ficus drupacea is directly in front of the HSBC bank HQ building. This F. drupacea fig tree fruits several times a year for a two week period attracting all the local wildlife.
Including this Plantain Squirrel.
Flocks of Glossy Starlings
Pink-necked Green Pigeons

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Yellow-vented Bulbuls


and Green Imperial Pigeons

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However of all the bird visitors only the Green Imperial pigeon has a gape large enough to swallow Ficus drupacea  figs whole. So the Imperial Green Pigeons arrive first and eat the figs immediately they ripen whilst the smaller birds  can only feed on the over-ripe figs when they soften up a couple of days later.

Kota Kinabalu