ABOVE: In September 2018 the Ficus stupenda strangler on the the hilltop behind the Ulu Ulu Resort in Temburong Brunei fruited. The ripe figs attracted a horde of birds and mammals including Rhinoceros, Wreathed and Black Hornbills as well as the local family of North Borneo gibbons and a Prevost’s Squirrel. The Prevost’s Squirrels that live next to the Ulu Ulu Resort are white and grey with a bright rufous belly. However, you cannot see the belly in the photo above.
Squirrel and Hornbill photos are by Cynthia Lobato
Rhinoceros Hornbills are strictly territorial. The pair in the photo above are both adults with fully formed casques. A different pair hold the territory next to the Belalong Canopy Walkway. You can tell the difference because the casque of the male of the pair that live next to the BC walkway is not fully formed.