Bird photography is made easy in Bukit Fraser in recent bird encounters as there are some good feeding port created by regular birders. The good and bad of it I leave it to you guys to debate. But I for one is not against such practice as it is not easy to see such tiny bird and skittish some more. I am more concern when birders start cutting down undergrowth and tress branches just to get better photos.
My last encounter of this Wrenbabbler was in Awana Genting some years back. The new here in FH is fair game at the regular feeding port that Wrenbabbler comeby routinely for easy feed.
Occassionally the Grey-throated Babbler will join the free makan. Even then the open ground was a bit too imposing and the bird just drop in on an " eat and run " not staying more than a few seconds. So most of us just prefocus and just shoot when the bird come out in the open.