I was lucky to spot the same species possibly the "Secretaryus Endyensis" in the north eastern part of Singapore.
Good to know that this endangered escapee on verge of extinction is surviving and adapted very well here in this small island.
This sighting further confirmed that one of it’s favourite Habitat was lallang undergrowth areas.
However, no feeding behaviour was observed this time.
Not sure is it the same individual species as spot earlier by Les and Darren, as this time round it displayed a form of blue colour canopy over its head.
I think is to shelter itself from the hot afternoon sun.
Very interesting, unique and highly intelligent species…