Nov 112018


That is amazing footage- even though we were there-it’s still incredible that we SAW this!

Thanks so much.

—–Original Message—–
From: Hishey Tshering
To: Steve Euller
Cc: George Archibald; Ed Sherin; Wendy Gramm; ssgristina; halpost; aliamcmahon; sabest1; jangraybiel; dhardie229; jebba; Rajendra Suwal; Nancy Roehr

Hi Steve,

Thanks for sharing this awesome memory and with this also giving me this opportunity to say to all our wonderful group members. I hope everyone is well.  . . .

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Steve Euller wrote:

A year later, thought you may be interested in this memory from our trip:


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(Sandra speaking)

We were out in the wilds, mountains, wooded.   Someone spotted this Rufous-necked Hornbill – – quite rare/endangered.  The bus stopped right away.  There was a flying squirrel going between trees which the Hornbill proceeded to catch, beat to death, crush the bones and then eat.  The video stops before getting to the eating part.

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Aceros, Hornbills, Species

Rufous-Necked Hornbill

The Rufous-Necked Hornbill is a Hornbill from the Aceros family.


The head, neck, and lower body of the male are colored rufous, with deeper coloration on the flanks and abdomen. The middle primaries and the lower half of the tail are tipped white. The rest of the hornbill’s plumage is a glossy dark-green and black. The lower tail-covert feathers are colored chestnut mixed with black.The female on the other hand, is black except for the tip of their tail.


The Rufous-Necked Hornbill is found in Northeast India, Bhutan, Burma, Tibet, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam.



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