Kaeng Krachan to Doi Lang: 3-27 February 2012


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3-27 February 2012.
Variable. Warm to hot and humid in central areas. Pleasantly cool in the evening. Cold at altitude with temperatures atop the mountains around four degrees early morning. Lowlands in the north hot by day. No rain. Extensive pollution from the seasonal burning, especially bad around Chiang Rai areas.
Thap Lan National Park, Laem Phak Bia, Pak Thale, Kaeng Krachan, Bueng Boraphet, Doi Inthanon, Huay Tueng Tao, Doi Ang Khang, Doi Lang, Thaton, Chiang Saen and Huay Hong Khrai.

03 Feb. With Hanne and Jens Eriksen (and Steve Tibbett, in part). The primary aim of this trip was bird photography; with a priority for migrants and winter visitors. Left Chiang Mai pre-dawn planning to complete the 800+ kilometres drive to Thap Lan whilst some daylight birding still possible. Alas that was not achieved. The aim of visiting Thap Lan, en route to Bangkok, was to search for the elusive White-browed Fantail - a species rarely seen in Thailand despite large amounts of seemingly suitable habitat. Having tried Thap Lan HQ, area a couple of years ago, the idea was to try around the Sap Sadao Ranger Station. However, driving conditions, pot-holed roads and large numbers of sugar cane trucks in the Khonburi region meant that by dusk Sap Sadao was still 7 kilometres away, and driving across sandy fields (thankfully with four wheel drive) didn't hold a lot of hope. Habitat seemed to always be visible but inaccessible, so at dark gave up and headed into Khonburi to find a cheap hotel. Better luck tomorrow maybe.

White-faced Plover
White-faced Plover - Laem Phak Bia

Siberian Blue Robin
Siberian Blue Robin - Kaeng Krachan

Five-bar Swordtail
Five-bar Swordtail - Kaeng Krachan

Indochinese Ground Squirrel
Indochinese Ground Squirrel - Kaeng Krachan

Bar-backed Partridge
Bar-backed Partridge - Kaeng Krachan

Grey Peacock-Pheasant
Grey Peacock-Pheasant - Kaeng Krachan

Pheasant-tailed JacanaPheasant-tailed Jacana - Bueng Boraphet

Cotton Pygmy Goose
Cotton Pygmy Goose - Bueng Boraphet

04 Feb. Into Thap Lan at first light, this time navigating successfully. Stopped the car randomly at some good looking habitat and the first bird heard was White-rumped Falcon - a good start indeed. Bird activity good and a walk about over the next couple of hours produced the hoped-for White-browed Fantail and several Brown Prinia as well as a number of both Blossom-headed Parakeet and Red-breasted Parakeet. Unfortunately had to leave around 09:00 for the drive to Bangkok airport to collect Hanne and Jens. That achieved, we headed to Phetchaburi and checked in to a small resort outside town. Little time for birding in the fast fading light.

05 Feb. Drive to Laem Phak Bia for first light where we first visited the salt pans looking for Nordmann's Greenshank. Although many Great Knot showing, flocks rather fragmented and none including any Nordmann's. After a couple of hours trying, gave up and entered the mangrove research project to find all the ponds drained and major rebuilding and construction work ongoing, as well as many to-be-expected birds not showing at all. A walk around the reed beds gave a few Ruddy-breasted Crake and a single Watercock. Late morning restarted the Nordmann's hunt and with the help of some visiting birders 35 Nordmann's Greenshank were found, pretty much alone, a kilometre north of Laem Phak Bia. Although very distant at first, over the next hour we managed some decent views. After lunch, in Hat Chao Samran, drove to Nong Pla Lai in search of eagles. This proved rather disappointing, given the good number of eagles seen over the last month, with a sole Greater Spotted Eagle being the only Aquilla eagle all afternoon. A Black-headed Ibis and 30 Grey-headed Lapwing were of interest.

06 Feb. First to Pak Thale, and with the sun coming up walked around the main area hunting for Spoon-billed Sandpiper. Took a little while but one Spoon-billed Sandpiper found, but took off almost immediately and was never seen again. Very few small waders around and our attention was drawn to the large group of Eurasian Curlew coming to roost. A scan through these found five Far Eastern Curlew. Left after a couple of hours to go to Laem Palk Bia sand spit with Khun Daeng at 10:00. Interesting trip and on the spit we found Malaysian Plover, White-faced Plover and a single Chinese Egret. After a couple of hours on the spit, headed back and continued to Nong Pla Lai to lunch in the shade while scanning for eagles. Eastern Marsh Harrier and a couple of Greater Spotted Eagle. A walk across the field produced nice close-ups of Black-eared Kite as well a Steppe Eagle, Bluethroat and a bunch of Eastern Yellow Wagtail. Later in the afternoon drove along the back road with good numbers of Grey-headed Lapwing plus a Peregrine and a Booted Eagle.

07 Feb. Into the King's project at Laem Phak Bia early. Spent a couple of hours on the reed and grass beds seeing Watercock, Greater Painted-snipe and a good number of Pin-tailed Snipe. Before the heat of the day, we spent an hour along the Pak Thale road looking at Nordmann's Greenshank and a few thousand Great Knot. Returned to Phetchaburi for lunch and proceeded to Kaeng Krachan where we checked into the Samarn Bird Camp. The afternoon spent in the hide on the property where we recorded Siberian Blue Robin and Abbott's Babbler among the usual suspects. Large-tailed Nightjar calling after dark.

08 Feb. All day spent in the Lung Sing hide. Only about 25 species recorded, but some excellent quality including a splendid male Kalij Pheasant, three Bar-backed Partridge and three Green-legged Partridge. Some nice photo opportunities. Large Scimitar Babbler relatively common in this area. Collared Scops Owl and Large-tailed Nightjar calling after dark.

09 Feb. All day in the Song Nok hide. Species very similar to yesterday, with again Kalij Pheasant, Bar-backed Partridge and Green-legged Partridge. New species recorded were Pale-legged Leaf Warbler and Blyth's Paradise Flycatcher.

10 Feb. An early start to join up with Khun Gai about 15 kilometres from the accommodation. Drove with his vehicle to a forested area about 20 kilometres from the park where we walked about 600 metres through dry forest along a stream bed to a recent hide construction, where we spent the morning. Bird activity rather poor, with the early highlight being a Crested Goshawk taking a Siberian Blue Robin from a water pool (well not for the robin). Around 10:30 a superb adult male Grey Peacock-Pheasant crossed the river bed but unfortunately did not hang around. After midday entered Kaeng Krachan park for the first time. In the heat of the day birded the area between lower stream crossings one and two, recording four Tickell's Brown Hornbill and Sultan Tit. Butterfly activity very notable with large puddling areas near the streams. Later in the day drove to the highest areas of the park and scanned for hornbills, seeing both Great Hornbill and Wreathed Hornbill.

11 Feb. With only half a day remaining at Kaeng Krachan our first priority was to try the upper levels within the park. On the way up, around km 22, the first bird of the day was a female Grey Peacock-Pheasant crossing the road. A couple of hours along the start of the waterfall trail after km 36 produced a good variety including Red-billed Malkoha, Crimson Sunbird, Orange-breasted Trogon and a close calling male Grey Peacock-Pheasant. On the way down the mountain, quite a while was spent photographing butterflies at the lower river crossings. Left around 13:30, arriving in Nakhon Sawan around 19:30 where we had to try three hotels in town before finding a room. Overnight at the very pleasant Bonito Chinos Hotel.

12 Feb. Early departure from the hotel to arrive at the bird sanctuary just after dawn. Took a three hour boat trip on the lake, but other than good numbers of Cotton Pygmy Goose and Bronze-winged Jacana few birds of note. The flood devastation from last year has really taken its toll on Bueng Boraphet and most of the lotus has been wiped out. Some larger patches remain in the middle of the lake but the non-hunting area has very little. This has seemingly resulted in birds moving away from the immediate area. The livelihoods of people in the area has also been affected as fewer visitors are coming to see the lotus and the restaurants by the lake shore were washed away. Late morning we walked the old nature trail out to the lookout. Some species of note were 100 White-shouldered Starling and Swinhoe's Minivet. After a short siesta back at the hotel drove to some paddies and open scrub areas on the northern side of the lake, recording Ruddy Shelduck, Painted Stork and Savanna Nightjar.

13 Feb. A couple of hours spent walking the Nature Trail area early morning produced Black Bittern and Chestnut-winged Cuckoo of note. Next up the long six hour drive to Doi Inthanon. On arrival went straight to the parakeet conservation area and around 17:30 had five Blossom-headed Parakeet. Overnight at a Mai Lanna Resort along the entrance road; rooms fine, restaurant average at best.

14 Feb. Arrived at summit of Doi Inthanon to find them setting up a Valentines Day Massacre - stage and speaker systems. Seems a real appreciation of nature about to take part in the form of a concert or function. Fortunately the noise was restricted to the morning and by lunchtime everything packed and gone. Our morning was spent at the summit car park and along the board walk trail seeing Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker, Dark-sided Thrush and the usual suspects; Blyth's Leaf Warbler, Ashy-throated Warbler, Buff-barred Warbler etc. Late morning we descended to check the gardens of the large stupas a few kilometres lower, but almost nothing seen, so returned to the summit for the rest of the day, finding Rufous-throated Partridge, Snowy-browed Flycatcher, Eurasian Woodcock, White-browed Shortwing and Ashy Wood Pigeon. A fairly late return to Mai Lanna Resort. Dinner at the Little Home Resort restaurant.

Blue Whistling Thrush
Blue Whistling Thrush - Doi Inthanon

Snowy-browed Flycatcher
Snowy-browed Flycatcher - Doi Inthanon

Bar-throated Minla
Bar-throated Minla - Doi Inthanon

Black-breasted Thrush
Black-breasted Thrush - Doi Ang Khang

White-tailed Robin
White-tailed Robin- Doi Ang Khang

Blue-and-white Flycatcher
Blue-and-white Flycatcher - Doi Ang Khang

Hume's Treecreeper
Hume's Treecreeper - Doi Lang

Baikal Bush Warbler
Baikal Bush Warbler - Chiang Saen

Green Peafowl
Green Peafowl - Huay Hong Khrai

15 Feb. Pretty much a repeat of yesterday with early morning around the summit and board walk. Bird activity less than yesterday with fewer species observed. Late morning we took a drive down to Wachirathan Waterfall but no redstart, forktail or river chat seen. On the return to the summit stopped off at Khun Daeng's to peer into the gully where we had Dark-sided Thrush, White-browed Shortwing and Asian Stubtail. Returned to summit and board walk but little new. Overnight at Khun Daeng's inside the park.

16 Feb. A last return to the summit where, as expected, species were rather similar to previous visits. Left early afternoon for return to Chiang Mai.

17 Feb and 18 Feb. Days in Chiang Mai.

19 Feb. First off we visited Huay Tueng Tao to look for Wire-tailed Swallow which was immediately successful. The next visit was a quick trip to the tyre repair shop due to a slow puncture. Once fixed we continued on our way to arrive at a pleasantly-temperatured Doi Ang Khang. Met up with Steve Tibbett, and after a quick lunch and an unsuccessful wait for Black-headed Greenfinch, headed into the King's Project where in a few hours had excellent views of Black-breasted Thrush, White-tailed Robin and Blue-and-white Flycatcher behind the mushroom farm. Late afternoon returned to the accommodation at Ban Luang. Temperatures dropping fast as usual.

20 Feb. Not so cold overnight due to clouding over, with a misty morning. First birds after dawn were Rusty-naped Pitta and Large Hawk-Cuckoo calling from the gully behind the resort. Early morning we hung around the accommodation hoping for Black-headed Greenfinch to appear but no such luck. Did have Daurian Redstart, Rusty-cheeked Scimitar Babbler, Mountain Bamboo Partridge and 25 Little Bunting. Late morning went to check out the Chinese Cemetery, but very quiet - one could almost say dead. Next up to km 19.5 campsite but no sign of recently reported Giant Nuthatch nor Spot-breasted Parrotbill. After lunch we tried the Km 21 Trail but nothing of note, so finished the day at Km 19.5 camp site with a single Giant Nuthatch found, but no Spot-breasted Parrotbill. Still no Black-headed Greenfinch reported today.

21 Feb. At first light around Ban Luang Resort, but little seen. Drove to the Chinese Cemetery where in the old pea farm, in great light and perfectly still conditions, had a number of White-browed Laughingthrush, Eurasian Hoopoe, Brown-breasted Bulbul and a Greater Yellownape. A fly-over, calling Black-headed Greenfinch could not be located, but a short walk down the Arunothai road found a group of five Black-headed Greenfinch - an excellent finish to the stay at Ang Khang. Left at 11:00 to drive to Thaton and checked in to the Garden Home Resort. Around 14:30 proceeded to the fields at Thaton and a four hour walk about found 50 Oriental Pratincole, Rufous-winged Buzzard, Siberian Rubythroat, Richard's Pipit and Horsfield's Bush Lark.

22 Feb. Up Doi Lang for first light. An early stop half way up produced Pin-tailed Green Pigeon and Red-billed Scimitar Babbler. By mid morning we had progressed as far as the upper checkpoint with some interesting photography including Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher, Slaty-backed Flycatcher, White-gorgeted Flycatcher and Black-throated Tit. Most of the day around the upper checkpoint with a brief sortie to check to flowering plants toward the top, but fire clearance had destroyed much vegetation so no sunbirds. Late afternoon descended to lower levels. Arrived back in Thaton after dark.

23 Feb. Another jaunt up Doi Lang. A brief stop at lower levels produced four Pin-tailed Green Pigeon but little else, so proceeded to the upper army camp where much the same as yesterday. A longer walk beyond the camp had two Black-throated Tit and Hume's Treeceeper. An afternoon stop at forest a couple of kilometres below the camp held Fire-capped Tit and Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher. An earlier return to Thaton for medical attention of insect bites.

24 Feb. No fog this morning along the river, so into the fields of Thaton at an early hour. Cool and quiet, both weather and birds - best birds were Citrine Wagtail, Yellow-eyed Babbler, Chestnut-capped Babbler and Eurasian Wryneck. On to Chiang Saen, where after lunch we visited Nam Kham Nature Reserve, and spent the afternoon camped in the Cettia Hide. Unfortunately, the positioning and reconstruction of the hide, following the floods of last year, has not replicated the success of previous years and in four hours we only recorded singles of Siberian Rubythroat, Baikal Bush Warbler and Dusky Warbler. A pleasant dinner along the Mekong at the Thai Kitchen.

25 Feb. Early morning around the offices of the non-hunting area with the most interesting species being Burmese Shrike, Purple Sunbird, White-browed Crake and Great Cormorant. After we drove around to the south side of the lake to scan through the ducks hoping to find the reported Baer's Pochard. No such luck though, and all we could manage were 2 Mallard, 10 Ferruginous Duck and 12 Tufted Duck. In the heat of the day we had a quick drive north to twitch the Golden Triangle, after which a walk on the sand bars in the Mekong showed how much egg-collecting pressure the Small Pratincole and under. Locals are patrolling the sand bars, marking the nest sites and removing the eggs - seemingly on a constant basis. There cannot be much time left for this this as a breeding species here. In the late afternoon we visited the harrier roost and were surprised to see only, at most, 30 Pied Harrier and Eastern Marsh Harrier coming in to the roost. What has happened here? The construction of a road across the back of the area does not bode well.

26 Feb. Early morning along the Mekong down-river from Chiang Saen. The main target here was to scan various places for River Lapwing, but in three hours non were found. A few Black-faced Bunting and Red Avadavat were the most interesting finds. Afternoon return to Chiang Mai through a lot of pollution from the annual silly-season burning.

27 Feb. With time spare for a couple of hours birding we headed north a little from Chiang Mai to Huay Hong Khrai. A few Green Peafowl were still hanging around from the overnight roost, and gave some good photo opportunities. A short walk around forest edge produced Square-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo, Two-barred Warbler, Shikra, Rosy Minivet, White-browed Piculet and Long-tailed Minivet - fitting end to a successful trip. Back to Chiang Mai and drop off at the airport.

Species List

  Laem Phak Bia / Pak Thale Count   Thap Lan Count
  Black-crowned Night Heron 2   White-rumped Falcon 1
  Striated Heron 1   Asian Barred Owlet 1
  Chinese Pond Heron 60   Common Iora 1
  Javan Pond Heron 4   Burmese Shrike 1
  Eastern Cattle Egret 40   Asian Brown Flycatcher 1
  Grey Heron 4   Indian Roller 2
  Great Egret 30   Eurasian Hoopoe 2
  Little Egret 50   Common Woodshrike 2
  Chinese Egret 1   Red-billed Blue Magpie 2
  Little Cormorant 40   Burmese Nuthatch 2
  Indian Cormorant 4   Taiga Flycatcher 2
  Brahminy Kite 4   Black-headed Woodpecker 3
  White-breasted Waterhen 3   White-browed Fantail 3
  Ruddy-breasted Crake 3   Chestnut-capped Babbler 3
  Watercock 1   Ashy Woodswallow 4
  Black-winged Stilt 200   Scarlet Minivet 4
  Pied Avocet 28   Eastern Jungle Crow 4
  Red-wattled Lapwing 20   Streak-eared Bulbul 4
  Pacific Golden Plover 20   Large Cuckooshrike 6
  Grey Plover 60   Brown Prinia 6
  Little Ringed Plover 20   Blossom-headed Parakeet 8
  Kentish Plover 10   Red-breasted Parakeet 10
  White-faced Plover 2   Sooty-headed Bulbul 10
  Malaysian Plover 6   Barn Swallow 10
  Lesser Sand Plover 400   Spotted Dove 20
  Greater Sand Plover 50   Eurasian Jay 20
  Greater Painted-snipe 1      
  Pin-tailed Snipe 20   Huay Tueng Tao Count
  Common Snipe 4   Chinese Pond Heron 2
  Black-tailed Godwit 100   Brown Shrike 2
  Bar-tailed Godwit 50   Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 2
  Eurasian Curlew 700   Sooty-headed Bulbul 10
  Far Eastern Curlew 5   Wire-tailed Swallow 2
  Spotted Redshank 200   Yellow-browed Warbler 2
  Marsh Sandpiper 200   Black-collared Starling 2
  Common Greenshank 20   Oriental Magpie-Robin 2
  Nordmann's Greenshank 35   Taiga Flycatcher 1
  Wood Sandpiper 10   Olive-backed Sunbird 2
  Common Sandpiper 4   Scaly-breasted Munia 20
  Great Knot 800   Grey Wagtail 1
  Sanderling 20      
  Red-necked Stint 200   Doi Ang Khang Count
  Temminck's Stint 4   Mountain Bamboo Partridge 14
  Long-toed Stint 10   Chinese Pond Heron 1
  Curlew Sandpiper 20   Eastern Buzzard 1
  Spoon-billed Sandpiper 1   Spotted Dove 4
  Broad-billed Sandpiper 30   Mountain Imperial Pigeon 2
  Ruff 1   Greater Coucal 1
  Red-necked Phalarope 20   Banded Bay Cuckoo 2
  Brown-headed Gull 300   Eurasian Hoopoe 2
  Gull-billed Tern 3   Great Barbet 1
  Caspian Tern 40   Golden-throated Barbet 1
  Whiskered Tern 300   Blue-throated Barbet 4
  Rock Dove 60   Greater Yellownape 1
  Red Turtle Dove 40   Stripe-breasted Woodpecker 2
  Spotted Dove 5   Bay Woodpecker 2
  Zebra Dove 20   Rusty-naped Pitta 1
  Greater Coucal 4   Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike 4
  Germain's Swiftlet 40   Black-winged Cuckooshrike 2
  Asian Palm Swift 20   Grey-chinned Minivet 4
  Indian Roller 3   Long-tailed Minivet 20
  White-throated Kingfisher 10   Short-billed Minivet 2
  Black-capped Kingfisher 2   Long-tailed Shrike 4
  Collared Kingfisher 2   Blyth's Shrike-babbler 20
  Common Kingfisher 1   Ashy Drongo 5
  Lineated Barbet 2   Bronzed Drongo 3
  Golden-bellied Gerygone 20   White-throated Fantail 1
  Ashy Woodswallow 4   Grey Treepie 4
  Common Iora 2   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 4
  Brown Shrike 3   Japanese Tit 5
  Black Drongo 30   Striated Bulbul 6
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 4   Red-whiskered Bulbul 20
  Eastern Jungle Crow 4   Brown-breasted Bulbul 20
  Indochinese Bush Lark 1   Sooty-headed Bulbul 15
  Streak-eared Bulbul 6   Flavescent Bulbul 20
  Barn Swallow 300   Grey-eyed Bulbul 2
  Dusky Warbler 1   Mountain Bulbul 10
  Yellow-browed Warbler 3   Ashy Bulbul 4
  Oriental Reed Warbler 6   Black Bulbul 2
  Yellow-bellied Prinia 1   Barn Swallow 15
  Plain Prinia 5   Mountain Tailorbird 2
  Great Myna 120   Yellow-browed Warbler 20
  Common Myna 3   Hume's Leaf Warbler 2
  Pied Myna 20   Davison's Leaf Warbler 20
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 4   Hill Prinia 5
  Taiga Flycatcher 2   Grey-breasted Prinia 2
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 20   Rusty-cheeked Scimitar Babbler 4
  Paddyfield Pipit 2   White-browed Scimitar Babbler 2
        Golden Babbler 4
  Nong Pla Lai Count   Yunnan Fulvetta 20
  Asian Openbill 100   White-browed Laughingthrush 10
  Black-headed Ibis 1   Silver-eared Laughingthrush 4
  Chinese Pond Heron 100   Blue-winged Minla 4
  Javan Pond Heron 2   Silver-eared Mesia 6
  Eastern Cattle Egret 200   Dark-backed Sibia 10
  Grey Heron 2   Japanese White-eye 20
  Purple Heron 2   Chestnut-vented Nuthatch 6
  Great Egret 4   Giant Nuthatch 2
  Little Egret 20   Blue Whistling Thrush 6
  Little Cormorant 4   Black-breasted Thrush 1
  Black-winged Kite 4   Siberian Rubythroat 2
  Black-eared Kite 40   Himalayan Bluetail 1
  Brahminy Kite 10   Oriental Magpie-Robin 6
  Eastern Marsh Harrier 6   Daurian Redstart 1
  Greater Spotted Eagle 3   White-capped Redstart 1
  Steppe Eagle 1   White-tailed Robin 2
  Booted Eagle 1   Slaty-backed Forktail 2
  Peregrine Falcon 1   Siberian Stonechat 2
  White-breasted Waterhen 1   Stejneger's Stonechat 4
  Black-winged Stilt 20   Pied Bush Chat 1
  Grey-headed Lapwing 120   Grey Bush Chat 6
  Red-wattled Lapwing 20   Blue Rock Thrush 1
  Pheasant-tailed Jacana 3   Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush 2
  Wood Sandpiper 2   Slaty-backed Flycatcher 3
  Common Sandpiper 2   Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher 1
  Whiskered Tern 30   Taiga Flycatcher 6
  Rock Dove 200   Little Pied Flycatcher 4
  Red Turtle Dove 100   Blue-and-white Flycatcher 1
  Spotted Dove 5   Verditer Flycatcher 3
  Zebra Dove 10   Hill Blue Flycatcher 4
  Greater Coucal 2   Plain Flowerpecker 2
  Plaintive Cuckoo 4   Fire-breasted Flowerpecker 1
  Asian Barred Owlet 1   Black-throated Sunbird 6
  Germain's Swiftlet 40   Streaked Spiderhunter 2
  Asian Palm Swift 40   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 4
  Indian Roller 3   Scaly-breasted Munia 10
  White-throated Kingfisher 4   Grey Wagtail 2
  Blue-tailed Bee-eater 3   White Wagtail 2
  Freckle-breasted Woodpecker 1   Olive-backed Pipit 12
  Scarlet Minivet 2   Black-headed Greenfinch 5
  Brown Shrike 2   Little Bunting 35
  Burmese Shrike 1      
  Black Drongo 200   Thaton Count
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 4   Eastern Cattle Egret 10
  Eastern Jungle Crow 4   Little Egret 20
  Streak-eared Bulbul 10   Black-winged Kite 2
  Barn Swallow 300   Eastern Marsh Harrier 2
  Dusky Warbler 1   Pied Harrier 1
  Zitting Cisticola 10   Rufous-winged Buzzard 2
  Plain Prinia 6   Common Kestrel 2
  Great Myna 400   White-breasted Waterhen 3
  Common Myna 20   Pacific Golden Plover 3
  Pied Myna 10   Eastern Little Ringed Plover 1
  Bluethroat 2   Common Snipe 2
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 4   Green Sandpiper 3
  Stejneger's Stonechat 10   Oriental Pratincole 50
  Pied Bush Chat 2   Rock Dove 2
  House Sparrow 200   Spotted Dove 5
  Plain-backed Sparrow 4   Greater Coucal 2
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 20   Asian Koel 6
  Baya Weaver 20   Eastern Barn Owl 1
  White-rumped Munia 20   Collared Scops Owl 2
  Scaly-breasted Munia 30   Asian Barred Owlet 2
  Eastern Yellow Wagtail 100   Brown Hawk-Owl 1
  Paddyfield Pipit 10   Indian Roller 2
  Red-throated Pipit 10   White-throated Kingfisher 2
        Common Kingfisher 2
        Lineated Barbet 2
  Kaeng Krachan Count   Coppersmith Barbet 1
  Bar-backed Partridge 7   Eurasian Wryneck 1
  Green-legged Partridge 12   Long-tailed Minivet 12
  Red Junglefowl 22   Brown Shrike 3
  Kalij Pheasant 4   Long-tailed Shrike 3
  Grey Peacock-Pheasant 3   Horsfield's Bush Lark 3
  Crested Serpent Eagle 2   Sooty-headed Bulbul 20
  Crested Goshawk 3   Barn Swallow 30
  Grey-faced Buzzard 1   Dusky Warbler 20
  Booted Eagle 1   Yellow-browed Warbler 10
  Changeable Hawk-Eagle 1   Plain Prinia 10
  White-breasted Waterhen 3   Common Tailorbird 1
  Grey-headed Lapwing 1   Chestnut-capped Babbler 3
  Red-wattled Lapwing 10   Yellow-eyed Babbler 4
  Rock Dove 20   Great Myna 20
  Spotted Dove 5   Common Myna 10
  Common Emerald Dove 20   Black-collared Starling 4
  Vernal Hanging Parrot 4   Chestnut-tailed Starling 130
  Greater Coucal 5   Siberian Rubythroat 1
  Red-billed Malkoha 1   Oriental Magpie-Robin 6
  Green-billed Malkoha 1   Stejneger's Stonechat 25
  Asian Koel 6   Pied Bush Chat 30
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 10   House Sparrow 20
  Square-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo 4   Russet Sparrow 2
  Collared Scops Owl 1   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 10
  Asian Barred Owlet 3   White-rumped Munia 4
  Large-tailed Nightjar 4   Scaly-breasted Munia 20
  Brown-backed Needletail 6   Citrine Wagtail 2
  Asian Palm Swift 20   White Wagtail 20
  Orange-breasted Trogon 1   Richard's Pipit 2
  Indian Roller 10   Paddyfield Pipit 10
  White-throated Kingfisher 1   Red-throated Pipit 2
  Tickell's Brown Hornbill 4      
  Oriental Pied Hornbill 15   Doi Lang Count
  Great Hornbill 3   Red Junglefowl 2
  Wreathed Hornbill 1   Eastern Buzzard 1
  Great Barbet 2   Black Eagle 1
  Lineated Barbet 4   Mountain Hawk-Eagle 2
  Blue-eared Barbet 10   Rufous Turtle Dove 2
  Coppersmith Barbet 2   Spotted Dove 4
  Greater Flameback 4   Pin-tailed Green Pigeon 5
  Blue Pitta 1   Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon 1
  Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike 4   Mountain Imperial Pigeon 10
  Great Iora 2   Greater Coucal 2
  Black-winged Cuckooshrike 1   Green-billed Malkoha 1
  White-bellied Erpornis 4   Banded Bay Cuckoo 2
  Black-naped Oriole 4   Large Hawk-Cuckoo 4
  Black-hooded Oriole 2   Collared Owlet 1
  Ashy Drongo 10   Asian Barred Owlet 2
  Bronzed Drongo 1   Cook's Swift 1000
  Hair-crested Drongo 10   Great Barbet 3
  Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 2   Golden-throated Barbet 10
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 2   Blue-throated Barbet 4
  Black-naped Monarch 10   Lesser Yellownape 2
  Blyth's Paradise Flycatcher 1   Stripe-breasted Woodpecker 2
  Racket-tailed Treepie 2   Large Cuckooshrike 4
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1   Short-billed Minivet 4
  Sultan Tit 2   Scarlet Minivet 10
  Black-crested Bulbul 20   Long-tailed Shrike 2
  Stripe-throated Bulbul 8   Grey-backed Shrike 1
  Flavescent Bulbul 2   Maroon Oriole 6
  Streak-eared Bulbul 20   Ashy Drongo 20
  Puff-throated Bulbul 6   Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo 4
  Baker's Bulbul 10   White-throated Fantail 5
  Barn Swallow 10   Grey Treepie 12
  Yellow-browed Warbler 4   Yellow-bellied Fantail 10
  Greenish Warbler 2   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 5
  Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 8   Japanese Tit 2
  Dark-necked Tailorbird 10   Yellow-cheeked Tit 8
  Large Scimitar Babbler 12   Yellow-browed Tit 1
  White-browed Scimitar Babbler 4   Fire-capped Tit 1
  Spot-necked Babbler 1   Crested Finchbill 10
  Rufous-fronted Babbler 10   Striated Bulbul 10
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 6   Sooty-headed Bulbul 20
  Brown-cheeked Fulvetta 12   Flavescent Bulbul 20
  Abbott's Babbler 6   Mountain Bulbul 6
  Puff-throated Babbler 10   Black Bulbul 1
  White-crested Laughingthrush 4   Barn Swallow 20
  Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrush 6   Chestnut-headed Tesia 1
  Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush 18   Mountain Tailorbird 5
  Black-throated Laughingthrush 16   Black-throated Bushtit 2
  Asian Fairy-bluebird 10   Pallas's Leaf Warbler 10
  Great Myna 20   Yellow-browed Warbler 20
  Blue Whistling Thrush 2   Hume's Warbler 1
  Eyebrowed Thrush 2   Claudia's Leaf Warbler 1
  Siberian Blue Robin 10   Davison's Leaf Warbler 100
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 2   Martens's Warbler 1
  White-rumped Shama 6   Chestnut-crowned Warbler 2
  Dark-sided Flycatcher 1   Rufescent Prinia 4
  Asian Brown Flycatcher 2   White-browed Scimitar Babbler 2
  Taiga Flycatcher 4   Red-billed Scimitar Babbler 6
  Verditer Flycatcher 2   Rufous-fronted Babbler 5
  Tickell's Blue Flycatcher 12   Rufous-winged Fulvetta 10
  Chinese Blue Flycatcher 10   Yunnan Fulvetta 30
  Ruby-cheeked Sunbird 2   Silver-eared Laughingthrush 10
  Olive-backed Sunbird 5   Scarlet-faced Liocichla 10
  Crimson Sunbird 1   Spectacled Barwing 2
  Little Spiderhunter 2   Rufous-backed Sibia 2
  Streaked Spiderhunter 2   Dark-backed Sibia 10
  Grey Wagtail 2   Whiskered Yuhina 12
        Japanese White-eye 2
  Bueng Boraphet Count   Hume's Treecreeper 1
  Ruddy Shelduck 10   Blue Whistling Thrush 4
  Cotton Pygmy Goose 100   Himalayan Bluetail 6
  Northern Pintail 300   White-rumped Shama 1
  Garganey 400   Grey Bush Chat 10
  Eurasian Teal 100   Slaty-backed Flycatcher 6
  Common Pochard 1   Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher 1
  Tufted Duck 4   Taiga Flycatcher 2
  Little Grebe 200   Little Pied Flycatcher 10
  Painted Stork 1   Verditer Flycatcher 4
  Asian Openbill 40   Hill Blue Flycatcher 1
  Glossy Ibis 70   White-gorgeted Flycatcher 2
  Yellow Bittern 3   Orange-bellied Leafbird 10
  Cinnamon Bittern 5   Yellow-vented Flowerpecker 1
  Black Bittern 1   Plain Flowerpecker 4
  Black-crowned Night Heron 2   Black-throated Sunbird 6
  Chinese Pond Heron 200   Streaked Spiderhunter 5
  Grey Heron 10   White-rumped Munia 10
  Purple Heron 6   Olive-backed Pipit 20
  Great Egret 200   Common Rosefinch 4
  Intermediate Egret 25   Little Bunting 4
  Little Egret 3000   Chestnut Bunting 1
  Little Cormorant 40      
  Indian Cormorant 4   Chiang Saen Count
  Oriental Darter 3   Chinese Francolin 1
  Black-winged Kite 2   Lesser Whistling Duck 3000
  Eastern Marsh Harrier 3   Eurasian Wigeon 3
  White-breasted Waterhen 20   Mallard 2
  Ruddy-breasted Crake 4   Indian Spot-billed Duck 300
  Grey-headed Swamphen 40   Northern Shoveler 1
  Common Moorhen 1   Northern Pintail 20
  Eurasian Coot 20   Garganey 1
  Red-wattled Lapwing 10   Eurasian Teal 20
  Little Ringed Plover 20   Ferruginous Duck 10
  Lesser Sand Plover 20   Tufted Duck 12
  Pheasant-tailed Jacana 40   Little Grebe 40
  Bronze-winged Jacana 15   Yellow Bittern 3
  Common Snipe 5   Black-crowned Night Heron 2
  Spotted Redshank 2   Chinese Pond Heron 20
  Wood Sandpiper 100   Eastern Cattle Egret 2
  Temminck's Stint 20   Grey Heron 20
  Long-toed Stint 10   Purple Heron 3
  Oriental Pratincole 4   Great Egret 20
  Brown-headed Gull 2   Little Egret 20
  Rock Dove 20   Great Cormorant 6
  Red Turtle Dove 5   Black-winged Kite 2
  Spotted Dove 5   Eastern Marsh Harrier 20
  Orange-breasted Green Pigeon 2   Pied Harrier 10
  Greater Coucal 2   Greater Spotted Eagle 1
  Chestnut-winged Cuckoo 1   White-breasted Waterhen 12
  Asian Koel 20   Ruddy-breasted Crake 2
  Plaintive Cuckoo 2   White-browed Crake 2
  Savanna Nightjar 3   Grey-headed Swamphen 40
  Asian Palm Swift 20   Common Moorhen 20
  Indian Roller 4   Barred Buttonquail 2
  Black-capped Kingfisher 1   Black-winged Stilt 35
  Common Kingfisher 2   Eastern Little Ringed Plover 3
  Pied Kingfisher 1   Kentish Plover 10
  Blue-tailed Bee-eater 10   Pheasant-tailed Jacana 10
  Coppersmith Barbet 1   Bronze-winged Jacana 2
  Freckle-breasted Woodpecker 1   Common Snipe 1
  Swinhoe's Minivet 3   Common Greenshank 6
  Brown Shrike 1   Common Sandpiper 2
  Long-tailed Shrike 5   Oriental Pratincole 2
  Black-naped Oriole 3   Small Pratincole 60
  Black Drongo 100   Rock Dove 4
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 4   Spotted Dove 20
  Eastern Jungle Crow 10   Greater Coucal 6
  Yellow-vented Bulbul 2   Lesser Coucal 2
  Streak-eared Bulbul 8   Plaintive Cuckoo 2
  Sand Martin 2   Asian Palm Swift 10
  Barn Swallow 200   House Swift 6
  Dusky Warbler 10   White-throated Kingfisher 4
  Yellow-browed Warbler 4   Common Kingfisher 2
  Oriental Reed Warbler 10   Pied Kingfisher 3
  Black-browed Reed Warbler 30   Blue-tailed Bee-eater 2
  Striated Grassbird 4   Lineated Barbet 4
  Lanceolated Warbler 2   Coppersmith Barbet 3
  Zitting Cisticola 1   Ashy Woodswallow 20
  Plain Prinia 2   Common Iora 3
  Common Tailorbird 2   Brown Shrike 4
  Great Myna 250   Burmese Shrike 2
  Common Myna 100   Long-tailed Shrike 4
  White-shouldered Starling 100   Black Drongo 30
  Chestnut-tailed Starling 4   Racket-tailed Treepie 4
  Siberian Rubythroat 2   Sooty-headed Bulbul 30
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 4   Grey-throated Martin 5
  Stejneger's Stonechat 3   Barn Swallow 100
  Taiga Flycatcher 4   Striated Swallow 20
  Chinese Blue Flycatcher 1   Dusky Warbler 15
  Olive-backed Sunbird 2   Yellow-browed Warbler 20
  House Sparrow 10   Oriental Reed Warbler 10
  Plain-backed Sparrow 6   Black-browed Reed Warbler 2
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 10   Striated Grassbird 6
  Eastern Yellow Wagtail 6   Baikal Bush Warbler 3
  White Wagtail 2   Lanceolated Warbler 2
  Paddyfield Pipit 2   Yellow-bellied Prinia 3
  Red-throated Pipit 10   Plain Prinia 4
        Common Tailorbird 2
  Doi Inthanon Count   Chestnut-capped Babbler 5
  Rufous-throated Partridge 6   Japanese White-eye 30
  Crested Goshawk 1   Great Myna 500
  Eurasian Woodcock 1   Common Myna 20
  Ashy Wood Pigeon 6   Black-collared Starling 20
  Blossom-headed Parakeet 5   Chestnut-tailed Starling 100
  Asian Koel 1   Siberian Rubythroat 3
  Asian Barred Owlet 2   Oriental Magpie-Robin 6
  Indian Roller 2   Stejneger's Stonechat 20
  Green Bee-eater 2   Taiga Flycatcher 5
  Blue-tailed Bee-eater 20   Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 2
  Great Barbet 1   Purple Sunbird 3
  Lineated Barbet 2   Red Avadavat 20
  Golden-throated Barbet 5   White-rumped Munia 10
  Coppersmith Barbet 2   Scaly-breasted Munia 20
  Bay Woodpecker 1   Chestnut Munia 3
  Blyth's Shrike-babbler 4   White Wagtail 10
  Ashy Drongo 1   Richard's Pipit 3
  Hair-crested Drongo 2   Olive-backed Pipit 3
  White-throated Fantail 2   Black-faced Bunting 3
  Rufous Treepie 2      
  Eastern Jungle Crow 2   Huay Hong Khrai Count
  Yellow-bellied Fantail 8   Red Junglefowl 4
  Yellow-cheeked Tit 1   Green Peafowl 6
  Black-headed Bulbul 1   Chinese Pond Heron 1
  Black-crested Bulbul 10   Shikra 1
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 10   Spotted Dove 4
  Flavescent Bulbul 10   Greater Coucal 3
  Mountain Bulbul 10   Square-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo 1
  Barn Swallow 3   Asian Barred Owlet 1
  Asian House Martin 50   White-throated Kingfisher 2
  Striated Swallow 5   Lineated Barbet 2
  Pygmy Wren-babbler 6   White-browed Piculet 1
  Asian Stubtail 1   Rosy Minivet 2
  Buff-barred Warbler 6   Long-tailed Minivet 10
  Ashy-throated Warbler 20   Hair-crested Drongo 2
  Yellow-browed Warbler 1   Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 4
  Blyth's Leaf Warbler 30   Black-naped Monarch 2
  Davison's Leaf Warbler 3   Sooty-headed Bulbul 10
  Hill Prinia 5   Stripe-throated Bulbul 2
  Common Tailorbird 1   Yellow-browed Warbler 2
  Rufous-winged Fulvetta 15   Two-barred Warbler 1
  Silver-eared Laughingthrush 12   Common Tailorbird 3
  Bar-throated Minla 15   Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 5
  Rufous-backed Sibia 1   Taiga Flycatcher 2
  Dark-backed Sibia 20   Tickell's Blue Flycatcher 1
  Blue Whistling Thrush 5      
  Dark-sided Thrush 3      
  White-browed Shortwing 2      
  Himalayan Bluetail 1      
  Grey Bush Chat 2      
  Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush 2      
  Slaty-backed Flycatcher 1      
  Taiga Flycatcher 1      
  Snowy-browed Flycatcher 3      
  Hill Blue Flycatcher 2      
  Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker 2      
  Olive-backed Sunbird 2      
  Mrs. Gould's Sunbird 4      
  Green-tailed Sunbird 20      
  Black-throated Sunbird 3      
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 3      
  Scaly-breasted Munia 10      
  Grey Wagtail 2      
  Common Rosefinch 6      
  Chestnut Bunting 1