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26 Jan - 19 Feb 2015.
Cool and pleasant by day in the north, but cold at night in the mountains. Hot in central areas. Mostly dry, but a few showers farther south.
Huay Hong Khrai, Chiang Saen, Doi Lang, Doi Ang Khang, Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary, Doi Inthanon National Park, Mae Ping National Park, Bueng Boraphet, Kaeng Krachan National Park, Laem Phak Bia / Pak Thale, Khao Takrao, Nong Pla Lai, Sakaerat Biosphere Reserve, Thap Lan National Park, Wat Phra Phutthabat Noi, Phu Khae Botanical Garden and Khao Yai National Park.

With Mike Danzenbaker and Lee Hung. As this was essentially a first birding trip to Thailand for Mike and Lee the aim was to cover a number of prime birding areas and their habitats, concentrating on Thailand specialities.

26 Jan. A mid morning arrival and drive from Chiang Mai to Huay Hong Khrai where, despite the late morning timing, the area was still undisturbed and we were able to find several Green Peafowl - though all took off rather quickly. A longish drive, with heavy traffic around Chiang Rai, to Chiang Saen where we arrived at 15:00, dropped baggage at our accommodation and proceeded to the Nong Bong Khai Non-hunting area. Burmese Shrike, Purple Sunbird and Great Cormorant were present, but with the weather remaining very hot, little activity. Drove around the lake to scan from the northern shore, only to discover most of the ducks had been disturbed, but eventually found 30 Ferruginous Duck and a number of Tufted Duck farther out. Finished the day at the harrier roost, with about 300 mixed Pied Harrier and Eastern Marsh Harrier.

27 Jan. The morning spent in a four hour wander around paddies near Chiang Saen, where we found a fine collection, including Rufous-winged Buzzard, Brown-cheeked Rail, Lesser Coucal, Spotted Owlet, Eurasian Wryneck, Freckle-breasted Woodpecker, Burmese Shrike, Black-faced Bunting, Yellow-breasted Bunting, Red Avadavat and Horsfield's Bush Lark. As usual around Chiang Saen, by 11:00 the weather was extremely warm, so we retreated to town for lunch, during which a group of Brown-headed Gull were observed passing along the Mekong. A scan of the river upstream eventually located a couple of Grey-throated Martin. Drove to Fang and spent the last couple of hours in the paddies there. Although not as productive as the morning we still added a few new species - more than 1,200 Black-winged Stilt, Oriental Skylark, Bluethroat and the very welcome Chestnut-eared Bunting - a species now very difficult to pin down in Thailand.

Ultramarine Flycatcher
Ultramarine Flycatcher

Yellow-throated Marten
Yellow-throated Marten

28 Jan. All day on the western side of Doi Lang - the current low number of visitors probably accounting for no staff collecting an entrance fee. A dawn breakfast at the lower feeding station, while waiting for temperatures to warm, produced Ultramarine Flycatcher. Rather quiet initially, so we moved toward the main feeding stations and walked the road for a couple of hours. Several Mountain Bamboo Partridge and Mrs. Hume's Pheasant found, plus Mountain Hawk-Eagle, White-necked Laughingthrush, Giant Nuthatch and Spectacled Barwing. In the heat of the day we concentrated on the feeding stations themselves, although it was notable that the local people have been cutting and collecting the grasses around them, making them more open, sunlit and probably less productive. Nevertheless we had a late surge of activity with Grey-headed Parrotbill, Spot-breasted Parrotbill, Hume's Treecreeper, Pale Blue Flycatcher, Large Niltava, Lesser Shortwing, Slaty-backed Flycatcher, Slaty-blue Flycatcher and Sapphire Flycatcher. On exiting the mountain, after dark, an impromptu, well-armed army checkpoint stopped us but waved us through after deciding we really were foreign birders. As usual the top section of the mountain, beyond the upper checkpoint, was inaccessible.

29 Jan. Today we concentrated on the more difficult, eastern, Thaton side of Doi Lang. On arrival at the lower army checkpoint around 06:45 we were surprised to find a new sign proclaiming opening hours only from 07:00 - 17:00. Entry times only? Exit times? Guessed we would find out at some point, as there would be little possibility of us exiting here prior to 17:00. Our first stop was at open areas and scrub around 1,600 meters, where we had several Mountain Bamboo Partridge as well as a nice flock of at least 20 Fire-capped Tit. An excellent start to the day that continued with good birding all morning. This consequently made for slow progress in getting to the higher, potentially more interesting, elevations. Around the paddies at the halfway point, a couple of Grey-faced Buzzard. Access beyond the upper army checkpoint is always hit and miss, dependent on who's on patrol or manning the gate and how heavy the party was last night. Today we were pleasantly surprised to find a new guard who even spoke passable English. However, access was restricted to us being allowed to drive in only a couple of kilometres, after which army patrols were active. That suited us partially, but effectively stopped access to the top where we'd hoped to search for Crested Finchbill. However, the access we had did provide Rufous-throated Partridge, Striated Bulbul, White-gorgeted Flycatcher and Scarlet-faced Liocichla. A late afternoon, slow drive, back to the lower army checkpoint by 18:00, where we found out that indeed access is restricted after 17:00 and were duly chastised for coming down after hours. Others beware!

30 Jan. A more leisurely start, with a quick trip to Fang Hot Springs. As the springs are part of Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park an entry fee is generally levied. However, this morning we were simply waved through; and we didn't stop to ask why! Possibly on account of arriving before the official opening time of 08:00? Here we spent about three hours, initially waiting for the sun to warm things up and create some activity. A leisurely walk produced Blue-bearded Bee-eater, surprisingly a Great Barbet, Eurasian Jay, White-capped Redstart, Thick-billed Flowerpecker, Plain Flowerpecker and a dozen Spot-winged Grosbeak. Returned to the accommodation, checked out and ascended to Doi Ang Khang for a two night stay.

As tomorrow would be the weekend, we opted to visit the feeding station in the King's Project first, anticipating more demand from local photographers on a Saturday. The usual suspects were hanging around - Hill Blue Flycatcher, Streaked Wren-Babbler, Black-breasted Thrush and Silver-eared Mesia, but a passing Chinese Leaf Warbler was unexpected. After an hour we had fleeting views of Rusty-naped Pitta bounding past, but had to wait till late afternoon before a pair came to feed at close range.

31 Jan. Very cold early on, around 3°C. We started at the Chinese Cemetery but really quiet, and most disappointingly no sign of any Crested Finchbill. As Doi Ang Khang would be our last chance for the finchbill we decided to explore the open areas along the Nor Lae road toward the border, where likewise, finchbill was absent. However, a major bonus was a feeding group of Black-headed Greenfinch that we ran into whilst watching some fields at random. Late morning we explored the Km 21 trail, but largely quiet as well. In the afternoon heat lounged around Ban Luang with a flyover Eastern Buzzard and Black-breasted Thrush. Late afternoon in roadside scrub near the village, with good views of Bay Woodpecker and small groups of Chestnut-flanked White-eye.

Rusty-naped Pitta
Rusty-naped Pitta

Siberian Stonechat
Siberian Stonechat

1 Feb. A total change in the weather overnight, with cloud, wind and a balmy 14°C at daybreak. We again tried the cemetery first, where a group of seven Spot-winged Grosbeak flew over. Also a pair of Spot-breasted Parrotbill. We next tried the Arunothai road but little found, so drove to Chiang Dao where, in the late afternoon, we explored the paddies. Ever-increasingly intensive agriculture and a massive amount of sprayed chemicals have hit this area hard with only a few birds found, including Wire-tailed Swallow, Yellow-eyed Babbler, Grey-headed Lapwing and a very unexpected Glossy Ibis. Seemingly, having exhausted the fields we relocated to the temple area where, well before dusk, we found a Spot-bellied Eagle-Owl perched out on a distant snag. Our luck continuing! Although generally peaceful, today was major construction at the temple, producing significant amounts of noise.

2 Feb. Out pre-dawn to the temple, where we birded till 10:00. Being too early for the workmen, plenty of peace and tranquility. Birding productive today, with a superb, perched male Pin-tailed Green Pigeon, Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon, Oriental Pied Hornbill, a Rusty-naped Pitta heard and Streaked Wren-Babbler. A subsequent exploration of the Mueang Khong road was equally productive, and what was intended to be a short session morphed into the rest of the day spent here. Although slow at times a good collection, including Orange-breasted Trogon, Red-headed Trogon, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, Bamboo Woodpecker, Peregrine Falcon, Long-tailed Broadbill heard, Sultan Tit, White-headed Bulbul, Rufous-bellied Niltava and Yellow-vented Flowerpecker. Probably the biggest and unexpected species, recorded at the end of the day, was a group of six Great Slaty Woodpecker, apparently still holding on in the area, and with few records in recent years.

3 Feb. Dawn birding at the temple gave no real surprises but did hold Pin-tailed Green Pigeon again, Thick-billed Green Pigeon and Striated Yuhina. A longish drive to Doi Inthanon, restocking on snacks and fruit whilst passing Chiang Mai. Noted that the long promised increase in park fees had now been implemented, with the new entrance fee at 300 Baht for foreigners. On the route in we made a short stop at Wachirathan Falls where, despite the crowds, a Plumbeous Water Redstart was performing well. Finished the day with an hour at the summit. As usual, rather cool and quiet in the late afternoon, but we found three Dark-sided Thrush and the Eurasian Woodcock around the boardwalk.

4 Feb. A return to the summit, finding in the early morning sun, Speckled Wood Pigeon and Ashy Wood Pigeon en route. Although only 3°C, cold, and shady around the boardwalk, we started there concentrating on a few species missed yesterday, having success with Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker, Snowy-browed Flycatcher and White-browed Shortwing. Somewhat frustratingly, Pygmy Wren-babbler although vocal, not seen. Continued down to Km 34, finding Asian Emerald Cuckoo, Clicking Shrike-babbler, Large Niltava and Sulphur-breasted Warbler. In the afternoon heat we initially tried for forktails lower down, but failed totally, so ascended to Km 37 where we were successful in finding Slaty-bellied Tesia and Small Niltava. During a final, late, session at the summit a pair of Rufous-throated Partridge observed at close range but frustratingly well buried in the undergrowth for any decent photos.

5 Feb. With the majority of our targets already found, we concentrated on a few remaining possibilities along the Km 34 track where we eventually teased-out Buff-throated Warbler and Aberrant Bush Warbler, but only heard Russet Bush Warbler. A final stop lower down was a great success with both Slaty-backed Forktail and Black-backed Forktail, before continuing our drive as far as the town of Li.

Green-tailed Sunbird
Green-tailed Sunbird

Snowy-browed Flycatcher
Snowy-browed Flycatcher

Late afternoon spent at Mae Ping National Park finding Oriental Honey Buzzard, Thick-billed Green Pigeon, White-bellied Woodpecker, Black-headed Woodpecker, Grey-headed Parakeet and Burmese Nuthatch. Staying for night birding, we were rewarded with Oriental Scops Owl, calling Collared Scops Owl and a couple of Brown Hawk-Owl.

6 Feb. Despite superb weather, the morning at Mae Ping was poor with the only species of note being Yellow-footed Green Pigeon and Ultramarine Flycatcher. Along the tortuous Li to Thoen road, en route to Nakhon Sawan, we were almost taken out by an idiot overtaking on a blind bend.

Pied Kingfisher
Pied Kingfisher

Ashy Minivet
Ashy Minivet

A nasty stretch of road that. Final two hours birding the northern shore of Bueng Boraphet lake, found 45 Glossy Ibis, Greater Painted-snipe, Savanna Nightjar, Freckle-breasted Woodpecker and Plain-backed Sparrow.

7 Feb. Arrived at the Bueng Boraphet Waterbird Park at dawn, to find, since the last visit a year ago, the place almost unrecognisable. Almost too depressing for words. The whole area should be renamed the Rank Commercialisation of the Lotus Flower Entertainment Theme Park. Gone were half the mature trees, the first 200 metres of the Nature Trail and ponds had been filled in, levelled and turned into a coach park for at least 200 coaches, the road to the bird tower torn up and several massive ponds totally cleared for flower cultivation. Hardly surprisingly, several hoped for species such as Forest Wagtail, Black Bittern and White-browed Crake, were not found. Whoever was in charge of this project should have resigned or been fired, although more likely they were promoted for turning a non-profit making conservation area into a money-making farce! Despite the destruction, a few birds still present such as Ruddy-breasted Crake, Pink-necked Green Pigeon, Freckle-breasted Woodpecker, Red-breasted Parakeet, Ashy Minivet, Indochinese Bush Lark, Pallas's Grasshopper Warbler and White-shouldered Starling, albeit in small numbers. A long drive to Kaeng Krachan with chronic traffic on Highway 4, with us stationary for a solid hour, arriving after dark at 19:30.

8 Feb. With it being a Sunday, we'd prudently decided to stay out of the park to concentrate on the hides. Activity at the Ban Song Nok hide was good all morning with, among others, Green-legged Partridge, Kalij Pheasant, Racket-tailed Treepie, Brown-cheeked Fulvetta, Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Abbott's Babbler, Siberian Blue Robin and Lesser Mousedeer. The afternoon, from 15:00 - 18:15 was spent at Lung Sin hide, producing much of the same, plus a Large Scimitar Babbler putting in a brief appearance.

 

Rufous-browed Flycatcher
Rufous-browed Flycatcher

Ratchet-tailed Treepie
Ratchet-tailed Treepie

Tickell's Blue Flycatcher
Tickell's Blue Flycatcher

9 Feb. Into Kaeng Krachan park in time to meet the 07:30 deadline to ascend the mountain, arriving at Km 27 around 08:30, after which we birded the road for several hours before continuing to the upper sections for most of the afternoon. Surprisingly few visitors in the park considering the time of year. Maybe in response to the increased park entrance fee to 300 Baht? Descended late afternoon and birded the entrance road till dusk. Many great species today with Black Eagle, Yellow-vented Green Pigeon, Grey-rumped Treeswift, Red-headed Trogon, Tickell's Brown Hornbill, Great Hornbill, Swinhoe's Minivet, Ratchet-tailed Treepie, Thick-billed Warbler, Sulphur-breasted Warbler, Baikal Bush Warbler, Collared Babbler, Golden-crested Myna, Dark-sided Flycatcher and Rufous-browed Flycatcher the pick of the bunch.

10 Feb. Today we concentrated on lower elevations of the park; firstly the entrance road before Ban Krang, and then a lengthy period around the river crossings. Slow going at times, but sightings included Asian Emerald Cuckoo, Green-legged Partridge, Thick-billed Green Pigeon, Raffles's Malkoha, Brown-backed Needletail, Orange-breasted Trogon, Tickell's Brown Hornbill, Greater Yellownape, Streak-breasted Woodpecker, Great Slaty Woodpecker, Black-and-red Broadbill, Blue Pitta, Large Woodshrike, Great Iora, Swinhoe's Minivet, Sultan Tit, Eastern Crowned Warbler, Sulphur-breasted Warbler, Thick-billed Warbler, Golden-crested Myna, Common Hill Myna, Chinese Blue Flycatcher and Ruby-cheeked Sunbird.

11 Feb. A final morning in the river crossings area but the best birds were found along the entrance road, with a pair of Black-thighed Falconet and a single Grey-sided Thrush. Late morning an Orange-headed Thrush around Ban Maka. Drove to Phetchaburi, with mid to late afternoon spent at Nong Pla Lai. Habitat destruction continues apace here, with most rows of trees and scrub now ploughed up and large areas having underground irrigation pipes installed to enable all season watering and agricultural production. Another nail in the coffin of nature conservation in Thailand.

Its attraction as a wintering area for raptors now under severe pressure, with only a handful of raptors present in the form of single Greater Spotted Eagle, Black-eared Kite and Black-winged Kite. Some rice fields were being raided by all three weaver species, giving us good comparative views of Asian Golden Weaver, Streaked Weaver and Baya Weaver.

12 Feb. We started the day at Laem Phak Bia saltpans. Our main target, Nordmann's Greenshank, was luckily found rather quickly, so we pressed on to Pak Thale where, even more fortunately, almost the first bird we looked at was a Spoon-billed Sandpiper. The remainder of the morning spent here and the adjacent coast, with a fine collection of waders including Far Eastern Curlew, Terek Sandpiper and Broad-billed Sandpiper. At 13:00 we took the boat with Mr. Daeng to the sandspit, where on a dropping tide a large number and variety of birds found.

A Chinese Egret was very evident at the river mouth, and gulls and terns on an isolated sandbar included Pallas's Gull, Heuglin's Gull, Lesser Crested Tern and Caspian Tern. The main sandspit was quite disturbed with fishermen, motorcycles and shell gatherers - that appear to be coming an ever present threat to the waders of late. Despite the disturbance, we had a pair of White-faced Plover, four Malaysian Plover and a few Pacific Reef Heron. Returned to Laem Phak Bia around 16:00 and took a quick spin around the King's Project, with White-winged Tern, Greater Painted-snipe and Ruddy-breasted Crake. Finished the day at the rubbish tip, where we noticed all the scrub back from there to the road has been cleared, presumably in advance of development. The few birds present included White-shouldered Starling, Painted Stork, Peregrine Falcon and, at dusk, a couple of Indian Nightjar.

13 Feb. A Friday, but hopefully not an omen for a bad day in the field. A return to Laem Phak Bia, but our initial attempts to view waders were thwarted by a dozen people, morons by our reckoning, from the Department of National Parks according to the vehicles driven, who were walking about the salt pans with large amounts of optical gear and intentionally attempting to flush the waders by constant hand-clapping and walking around the bunds. We had no idea what they were trying to achieve. A census on how easily waders are disturbed? We managed to find a few Nordmann's Greenshank on the opposite side of the highway but little else, so we proceeded northward along the coast, taking a newly built dirt road across the salt pans but finding little other than a few Painted Stork. Continued by back roads as far as Wat Komoran where we found a Ruddy Shelduck and ten Grey-headed Lapwing. With the heat rising we spent another hour in some fields and reeds, just inland, that held Greater Spotted Eagle, Booted Eagle, Greater Painted-snipe and Red Avadavat. After lunch, a quick siesta before heading to Khao Takrao. About one kilometre before the lake an open area of mud held at least 100 Great Egret, a Western Osprey and three Black-headed Ibis. The lake itself held a further ten Black-headed Ibis, as well as over 1,000 duck comprised of Northern Pintail, Garganey, Northern Shoveler and a few Eurasian Wigeon.

Heuglin's Gull
Heuglin's Gull

Chinese Egret
Chinese Egret

Oriental Magpie-Robin
Oriental Magpie-Robin

The track along the western side of the lake continues to deteriorate and we could only drive about 400 metres before it became overgrown. Evening rain was a big surprise.

14 Feb. A final session, primarily aimed at photography, at Laem Phak Bia and Pak Thale but nothing added not seen previously. Then followed another long, slow drive through heavy traffic, with another hour delay - this time due to road construction - on the outer ring road. Arrived late afternoon at Saraburi, and despite the heat we visited Wat Phra Phutthabat Noi. Unpromisingly, initial attempts to find Limestone Wren-Babbler were in vain, but in the cooling late afternoon we had more success with at least four individuals seen well.

15 Feb. Having achieved our main target for the area, we opted to experiment with a visit to the Phu Khae Botanical Garden just north of Saraburi. A web search revealed no birding information so we simply bowled up at the gate just before 07:00. Officially the gardens open at 08:00, but the main gate was open and we were waved in by the guard. Initially we explored the ornamental section around the car park. No huge surprises, but it was good to see several Racket-tailed Treepie. A perusal of the map revealed that the area on the opposite side of the highway was less developed and with more native vegetation, so we decided to investigate. This area was clearly better for birds and in a couple of hours we recorded several more Racket-tailed Treepie, White-crested Laughingthrush, Asian Barred Owlet and Black Baza. Left around 11:15 and drove to Nakhon Ratchasima where, following a short siesta, we visited Sakaerat. Having secured permission to enter the reserve we birded the main track and, later, the entrance road. Birds included Siamese Fireback, Red-breasted Parakeet and Brown Prinia.

16 Feb. A rather early start to arrive at Thap Lan by 06:30. Another breakfast in the field and three hours walking and birding the tracks and open forest. Quite some areas recently burnt, but still productive, with Chinese Francolin heard, Oriental Honey Buzzard, Indian Cuckoo, Brown-backed Needletail, Freckle-breasted Woodpecker, Greater Yellownape, Lesser Yellownape, Black-headed Woodpecker, Common Flameback, Blossom-headed Parakeet, Red-breasted Parakeet, Common Woodshrike, Burmese Shrike, White-browed Fantail, Red-billed Blue Magpie, Rufous Treepie heard, Claudia's Warbler, Brown Prinia and Vinous-breasted Starling. Drove to Khao Yai in time for a couple of hours around the park headquarters and loop Nature Trail, but quiet with Mugimaki Flycatcher the only species of note. Overnight with friends near the park.

17 Feb. An exceptionally foggy morning, with the first major find a pack of Dhole feeding on a Sambar in the fog. During a slow drive up to Khao Khieo radar station, we emerged from the fog and had four Silver Pheasant feeding in the road. Around the top, Black-throated Laughingthrush, Barred Cuckoo-Dove and Moustached Barbet aplenty. We next attempted the boardwalk to the viewpoint, but found it still foggy so without a view. Other than a Long-tailed Broadbill heard, rather quiet, so we birded the lower sections of the road with Long-tailed Broadbill finally seen and Siamese Fireback. Fruiting trees at the campsite held a collection of visitors such as Yellow-vented Flowerpecker, Thick-billed Flowerpecker, Common Hill Myna, Buff-bellied Flowerpecker and the occasional Oriental Pied Hornbill. Late afternoon we walked the Nature Trail again, but mostly dead.

Moustached Barbet
Moustached Barbet

Black-throated Laughingthrush
Black-throated Laughingthrush

Swinhoe's Minivet
Swinhoe's Minivet

18 Feb. We started the day with breakfast in the HQ parking area hoping for flyover hornbills, that often frequent this area, but none came by. Then tried the feeding area nearby, with again Mugimaki Flycatcher but no White-throated Rock Thrush that seems to have abandoned the area this year. Altering our time on the Nature Trail didn't seem to pay any dividends either, so for a total change we decided to try the Pha Kluai Trail between the two campsites. This was much more productive with Laced Woodpecker, Common Green Magpie and Asian Stubtail, although the later refused to come out and be seen. Later we tried the same trail from the other end, but more overgrown and birding difficult. Exited the park slightly earlier in order to look for Large-tailed Nightjar with several pairs vocal.

19 Feb. With us still looking for Wreathed Hornbill, we started the day with breakfast at dawn at the Km 30 viewpoint.

White-handed Gibbon
White-handed Gibbon

Golden-headed Cisticola
Golden-headed Cisticola

Great Hornbill
Great Hornbill

This proved to be one of the better spots at Khao Yai for the moment, with several flowering or fruiting trees in the vicinity, the consequence of which we ended up staying the best part of three hours. A good number of Wreathed Hornbill seen, as well as a couple of Great Hornbill, Rosy Minivet, Laced Woodpecker, Thick-billed Warbler and numerous bulbuls, Asian Fairy-bluebird, Blue-winged Leafbird, Golden-fronted Leafbird and the like. A totally tailless Himalayan Swiftlet had us perplexed for a while and trying to turn it into a spinetail species. We again tried the fruiting trees in the main campsite that contained a similar collection of species to yesterday including several Yellow-vented Flowerpecker and a Thick-billed Flowerpecker. We'd next intended to try river for Blue-eared Kingfisher but rain cut that shot, so left to start the return journey. Very heavy rain on the Bangkok expressway with three trucks off the road or mounting the central reservation. Havoc! Overnight near the airport.

20 Feb. Drop off at Bangkok airport and an all day drive back to Chiang Mai. A massively successful trip with an amazing 500 species recorded.

Species List

  Huay Hong Khrai Count   Fang Paddies Count
  Green Peafowl 5   Lesser Whistling Duck 6
  Eastern Jungle Crow 2   Little Grebe 1
  Taiga Flycatcher 4   Chinese Pond Heron 100
        Eastern Cattle Egret 50
  Chiang Saen Count   Grey Heron 2
  Lesser Whistling Duck 3,000   White-breasted Waterhen 2
  Indian Spot-billed Duck 120   Black-winged Stilt 1,200
  Northern Shoveler 1   Eastern Little Ringed Plover 2
  Garganey 4   Pin-tailed Snipe 5
  Ferruginous Duck 35   Common Snipe 10
  Tufted Duck 6   Green Sandpiper 2
  Little Grebe 20   Wood Sandpiper 4
  Asian Openbill 250   Rock Dove 10
  Chinese Pond Heron 20   Spotted Dove 10
  Eastern Cattle Egret 20   Greater Coucal 2
  Grey Heron 3   Asian Koel 2
  Purple Heron 2   Eastern Barn Owl 1
  Great Egret 4   Asian Barred Owlet 1
  Intermediate Egret 5   Himalayan Swiftlet 6
  Little Egret 7   Asian Palm Swift 10
  Great Cormorant 10   Indian Roller 1
  Black-winged Kite 2   White-throated Kingfisher 1
  Shikra 1   Common Kingfisher 2
  Eastern Marsh Harrier 100   Green Bee-eater 4
  Pied Harrier 100   Ashy Woodswallow 20
  Rufous-winged Buzzard 1   Brown Shrike 2
  Brown-cheeked Rail 3   Long-tailed Shrike 3
  White-breasted Waterhen 3   Black Drongo 4
  Ruddy-breasted Crake 4   Oriental Skylark 8
  Grey-headed Swamphen 20   Sooty-headed Bulbul 10
  Common Moorhen 2   Barn Swallow 20
  Eurasian Coot 50   Striated Swallow 3
  Eastern Little Ringed Plover 2   Dusky Warbler 10
  Lesser Sand Plover 2   Yellow-browed Warbler 2
  Common Snipe 2   Zitting Cisticola 1
  Spotted Redshank 2   Common Tailorbird 1
  Common Greenshank 1   Great Myna 300
  Green Sandpiper 2   Common Myna 20
  Wood Sandpiper 15   Black-collared Starling 5
  Common Sandpiper 2   Oriental Magpie-Robin 2
  Temminck's Stint 1   Bluethroat 2
  Small Pratincole 4   Stejneger's Stonechat 10
  Brown-headed Gull 5   Pied Bush Chat 6
  Red Turtle Dove 1   Scaly-breasted Munia 50
  Spotted Dove 10   Citrine Wagtail 3
  Zebra Dove 6   Richard's Pipit 1
  Greater Coucal 2   Red-throated Pipit 4
  Lesser Coucal 2   Chestnut-eared Bunting 3
  Spotted Owlet 2      
  White-throated Kingfisher 2   Doi Ang Khang Count
  Common Kingfisher 4   Rufous-throated Partridge 6
  Green Bee-eater 4   Mountain Bamboo Partridge 2
  Lineated Barbet 3   Crested Goshawk 1
  Eurasian Wryneck 2   Shikra 1
  Freckle-breasted Woodpecker 1   Eastern Buzzard 1
  Common Kestrel 1   Spotted Dove 15
  Peregrine Falcon 1   Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon 3
  Ashy Woodswallow 15   Banded Bay Cuckoo 2
  Common Iora 1   Large Hawk-Cuckoo 1
  Brown Shrike 2   Himalayan Wood Owl 1
  Burmese Shrike 4   Collared Owlet 1
  Long-tailed Shrike 4   Himalayan Swiftlet 10
  Black Drongo 20   Cook's Swift 10
  Ashy Drongo 1   Great Barbet 2
  Racket-tailed Treepie 2   Golden-throated Barbet 2
  Horsfield's Bush Lark 2   Blue-throated Barbet 5
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 10   Speckled Piculet 1
  Streak-eared Bulbul 4   Bay Woodpecker 3
  Grey-throated Martin 1   Rusty-naped Pitta 2
  Barn Swallow 30   Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike 5
  Dusky Warbler 10   Black-winged Cuckooshrike 2
  Yellow-browed Warbler 3   Short-billed Minivet 2
  Black-browed Reed Warbler 3   Scarlet Minivet 2
  Pallas's Grasshopper Warbler 10   Long-tailed Shrike 2
  Striated Grassbird 3   Grey-backed Shrike 1
  Grey-breasted Prinia 3   Blyth's Shrike-babbler 2
  Yellow-bellied Prinia 2   Maroon Oriole 6
  Chestnut-capped Babbler 5   Ashy Drongo 6
  Great Myna 100   Bronzed Drongo 6
  Common Myna 10   White-throated Fantail 5
  Black-collared Starling 6   Grey Treepie 2
  Chestnut-tailed Starling 25   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 3
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 2   Japanese Tit 1
  Bluethroat 2   Yellow-cheeked Tit 2
  Siberian Rubythroat 1   Red-whiskered Bulbul 30
  Taiga Flycatcher 2   Brown-breasted Bulbul 40
  Stejneger's Stonechat 10   Sooty-headed Bulbul 25
  Pied Bush Chat 4   Flavescent Bulbul 30
  Purple Sunbird 2   Grey-eyed Bulbul 2
  Plain-backed Sparrow 2   Mountain Bulbul 20
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 10   Ashy Bulbul 2
  Baya Weaver 800   Black Bulbul 4
  Red Avadavat 4   Barn Swallow 20
  Scaly-breasted Munia 40   Mountain Tailorbird 2
  Chestnut Munia 3   Aberrant Bush Warbler 4
  Manchurian Yellow Wagtail 10   Buff-throated Warbler 2
  Citrine Wagtail 10   Radde's Warbler 1
  White Wagtail 10   Chinese Leaf Warbler 1
  Paddyfield Pipit 4   Pallas's Leaf Warbler 2
  Red-throated Pipit 500   Yellow-browed Warbler 15
  Yellow-breasted Bunting 1   Hume's Leaf Warbler 2
  Black-faced Bunting 2   Greenish Warbler 2
        Davison's Leaf Warbler 25
  Doi Lang Count   Grey-crowned Warbler 1
  Rufous-throated Partridge 4   Martens's Warbler 1
  Mountain Bamboo Partridge 10   Chestnut-crowned Warbler 2
  Red Junglefowl 1   Hill Prinia 10
  Mrs. Hume's Pheasant 4   Grey-breasted Prinia 2
  Crested Serpent Eagle 1   White-browed Scimitar Babbler 10
  Mountain Hawk-Eagle 1   Buff-chested Babbler 3
  Grey-faced Buzzard 2   Golden Babbler 4
  Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon 1   Yunnan Fulvetta 35
  Mountain Imperial Pigeon 1   Streaked Wren-Babbler 1
  Green-billed Malkoha 2   White-necked Laughingthrush 7
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 1   White-browed Laughingthrush 12
  Large Hawk-Cuckoo 1   Silver-eared Laughingthrush 2
  Collared Owlet 2   Blue-winged Minla 8
  Cook's Swift 30   Silver-eared Mesia 8
  Blue-bearded Bee-eater 1   Dark-backed Sibia 15
  Great Barbet 3   Spot-breasted Parrotbill 4
  Golden-throated Barbet 4   Chestnut-flanked White-eye 20
  Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker 5   Japanese White-eye 2
  Stripe-breasted Woodpecker 3   Chestnut-vented Nuthatch 4
  Bay Woodpecker 2   Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 2
  Rusty-naped Pitta 1   Black-breasted Thrush 8
  Large Cuckooshrike 3   Oriental Magpie-Robin 4
  Short-billed Minivet 6   White-gorgeted Flycatcher 1
  Long-tailed Shrike 2   Hill Blue Flycatcher 1
  Grey-backed Shrike 2   Rufous-bellied Niltava 1
  Blyth's Shrike-babbler 10   Large Niltava 3
  Maroon Oriole 3   Siberian Blue Robin 1
  Ashy Drongo 4   White-tailed Robin 2
  Bronzed Drongo 14   Blue Whistling Thrush 6
  Hair-crested Drongo 2   Slaty-backed Flycatcher 3
  White-throated Fantail 1   Taiga Flycatcher 8
  Grey Treepie 12   Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush 1
  Yellow-bellied Fantail 6   Siberian Stonechat 2
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1   Grey Bush Chat 10
  Fire-capped Tit 21   Orange-bellied Leafbird 3
  Yellow-browed Tit 1   Fire-breasted Flowerpecker 4
  Japanese Tit 4   Mrs. Gould's Sunbird 10
  Yellow-cheeked Tit 2   Black-throated Sunbird 5
  Striated Bulbul 6   Streaked Spiderhunter 2
  Black-crested Bulbul 1   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 10
  Red-whiskered Bulbul 2   Grey Wagtail 3
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 10   White Wagtail 2
  Flavescent Bulbul 25   Olive-backed Pipit 3
  Mountain Bulbul 8   Spot-winged Grosbeak 7
  Ashy Bulbul 4   Common Rosefinch 8
  Barn Swallow 4   Black-headed Greenfinch 22
  Asian House Martin 10   Chestnut Bunting 1
  Mountain Tailorbird 2      
  Dusky Warbler 1   Chiang Dao Count
  Radde's Warbler 1   Green-legged Partridge 6
  Buff-barred Warbler 2   Red Junglefowl 2
  Pallas's Leaf Warbler 12   Glossy Ibis 1
  Yellow-browed Warbler 15   Cinnamon Bittern 1
  Hume's Leaf Warbler 2   Chinese Pond Heron 2
  Greenish Warbler 2   Eastern Cattle Egret 100
  Claudia's Leaf Warbler 4   Intermediate Egret 3
  Davison's Leaf Warbler 25   Little Egret 5
  Grey-crowned Warbler 6   Oriental Honey Buzzard 1
  Martens's Warbler 2   Crested Serpent Eagle 2
  Hill Prinia 3   Crested Goshawk 1
  Rufescent Prinia 4   Rufous-winged Buzzard 2
  Rusty-cheeked Scimitar Babbler 10   Black-winged Stilt 25
  White-browed Scimitar Babbler 8   Grey-headed Lapwing 3
  Grey-throated Babbler 1   Wood Sandpiper 3
  Buff-chested Babbler 4   Common Sandpiper 1
  Golden Babbler 4   Spotted Dove 15
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 6   Thick-billed Green Pigeon 1
  Chestnut-capped Babbler 2   Pin-tailed Green Pigeon 3
  Yunnan Fulvetta 25   Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon 3
  Eyebrowed Wren-Babbler 2   Mountain Imperial Pigeon 6
  White-necked Laughingthrush 10   Greater Coucal 2
  Silver-eared Laughingthrush 10   Green-billed Malkoha 1
  Blue-winged Minla 2   Asian Koel 1
  Scarlet-faced Liocichla 6   Banded Bay Cuckoo 2
  Spectacled Barwing 12   Square-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo 1
  Rufous-backed Sibia 6   Collared Scops Owl 1
  Dark-backed Sibia 30   Spot-bellied Eagle-Owl 1
  Grey-headed Parrotbill 50   Collared Owlet 5
  Spot-breasted Parrotbill 2   Asian Barred Owlet 4
  Whiskered Yuhina 4   Crested Treeswift 3
  Chestnut-vented Nuthatch 2   House Swift 35
  Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 2   Orange-breasted Trogon 4
  Giant Nuthatch 4   Red-headed Trogon 1
  Hume's Treecreeper 3   White-throated Kingfisher 1
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 3   Blue-bearded Bee-eater 2
  White-gorgeted Flycatcher 3   Oriental Pied Hornbill 4
  Pale Blue Flycatcher 1   Great Barbet 6
  Large Niltava 3   Blue-throated Barbet 10
  Verditer Flycatcher 2   Blue-eared Barbet 2
  Lesser Shortwing 1   Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker 2
  Siberian Rubythroat 2   Lesser Yellownape 2
  Himalayan Bluetail 5   Bamboo Woodpecker 4
  Blue Whistling Thrush 2   Bay Woodpecker 5
  Slaty-backed Flycatcher 3   Great Slaty Woodpecker 6
  Ultramarine Flycatcher 1   Peregrine Falcon 1
  Slaty-blue Flycatcher 3   Long-tailed Broadbill 2
  Sapphire Flycatcher 2   Rusty-naped Pitta 1
  Blue Rock Thrush 1   Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike 5
  Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush 3   Large Woodshrike 1
  Pied Bush Chat 1   Ashy Woodswallow 1
  Grey Bush Chat 14   Scarlet Minivet 1
  Golden-fronted Leafbird 1   Brown Shrike 3
  Orange-bellied Leafbird 2   White-bellied Erpornis 4
  Mrs. Gould's Sunbird 20   Blyth's Shrike-babbler 1
  Black-throated Sunbird 3   Black-hooded Oriole 4
  Streaked Spiderhunter 5   Maroon Oriole 3
  Grey Wagtail 1   Black Drongo 20
  Olive-backed Pipit 8   Ashy Drongo 12
  Common Rosefinch 6   Bronzed Drongo 4
  Chestnut Bunting 3   Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo 1
        Hair-crested Drongo 24
  Fang Hot Springs Count   Black-naped Monarch 2
  Chinese Pond Heron 2   Eastern Jungle Crow 1
  Crested Serpent Eagle 1   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 2
  Shikra 1   Sultan Tit 3
  Spotted Dove 10   Black-crested Bulbul 10
  Asian Barred Owlet 4   Red-whiskered Bulbul 2
  Cook's Swift 10   Sooty-headed Bulbul 15
  Black-capped Kingfisher 1   Streak-eared Bulbul 2
  Blue-bearded Bee-eater 2   Puff-throated Bulbul 10
  Great Barbet 1   Grey-eyed Bulbul 6
  Blue-throated Barbet 2   Mountain Bulbul 4
  Coppersmith Barbet 4   Black Bulbul 12
  Brown Shrike 1   White-headed Bulbul 8
  Ashy Drongo 4   Barn Swallow 10
  Eurasian Jay 2   Wire-tailed Swallow 6
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1   Striated Swallow 7
  Black-crested Bulbul 10   Yellow-bellied Warbler 8
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 4   Dusky Warbler 3
  Grey-eyed Bulbul 2   Yellow-browed Warbler 8
  Barn Swallow 10   Hume's Leaf Warbler 2
  Striated Swallow 4   Two-barred Warbler 2
  Yellow-browed Warbler 2   Rufescent Prinia 6
  Two-barred Warbler 2   Yellow-bellied Prinia 2
  Common Tailorbird 2   Common Tailorbird 2
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 2   White-browed Scimitar Babbler 2
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 2   Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 12
  Blue Whistling Thrush 1   Brown-cheeked Fulvetta 12
  Plumbeous Water Redstart 1   Streaked Wren-Babbler 5
  White-capped Redstart 1   Buff-breasted Babbler 2
  Blue Rock Thrush 1   Yellow-eyed Babbler 2
  Golden-fronted Leafbird 1   Striated Yuhina 20
  Thick-billed Flowerpecker 1   Japanese White-eye 7
  Plain Flowerpecker 2   Asian Fairy-bluebird 6
  Grey Wagtail 1   Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 5
  Olive-backed Pipit 3   Great Myna 300
  Spot-winged Grosbeak 12   Common Myna 20
        Black-collared Starling 15
  Doi Inthanon Count   Oriental Magpie-Robin 2
  Rufous-throated Partridge 6   White-rumped Shama 1
  Striated Heron 1   Hill Blue Flycatcher 5
  Oriental Honey Buzzard 3   Rufous-bellied Niltava 1
  Eurasian Woodcock 1   Verditer Flycatcher 1
  Speckled Wood Pigeon 20   Taiga Flycatcher 6
  Ashy Wood Pigeon 6   Stejneger's Stonechat 5
  Rufous Turtle Dove 2   Pied Bush Chat 2
  Spotted Dove 6   Grey Bush Chat 3
  Asian Emerald Cuckoo 1   Blue-winged Leafbird 6
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 2   Golden-fronted Leafbird 4
  Mountain Scops Owl 1   Orange-bellied Leafbird 6
  Collared Owlet 2   Thick-billed Flowerpecker 1
  Asian Barred Owlet 1   Yellow-vented Flowerpecker 2
  Common Kingfisher 1   Plain Flowerpecker 1
  Great Barbet 2   Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 3
  Golden-throated Barbet 5   Purple-naped Sunbird 2
  Blue-throated Barbet 6   Olive-backed Sunbird 6
  Bay Woodpecker 1   Black-throated Sunbird 3
  Short-billed Minivet 2   Little Spiderhunter 4
  Scarlet Minivet 1   Streaked Spiderhunter 5
  Brown Shrike 2   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 10
  Grey-backed Shrike 1   Baya Weaver 8
  Blyth's Shrike-babbler 4   Scaly-breasted Munia 25
  Clicking Shrike-babbler 3   White Wagtail 12
  Ashy Drongo 4   Olive-backed Pipit 4
  Bronzed Drongo 3      
  White-throated Fantail 2   Bueng Boraphet Count
  Yellow-bellied Fantail 2   Lesser Whistling Duck 10
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1   Northern Pintail 30
  Japanese Tit 4   Little Grebe 3
  Yellow-cheeked Tit 10   Asian Openbill 500
  Black-crested Bulbul 6   Glossy Ibis 45
  Flavescent Bulbul 16   Yellow Bittern 6
  Mountain Bulbul 5   Cinnamon Bittern 2
  Ashy Bulbul 2   Black-crowned Night Heron 2
  Barn Swallow 3   Grey Heron 3
  Pygmy Wren-babbler 6   Purple Heron 3
  Mountain Tailorbird 3   Great Egret 6
  Aberrant Bush Warbler 1   Intermediate Egret 20
  Slaty-bellied Tesia 6   Little Egret 60
  Buff-throated Warbler 3   Little Cormorant 60
  Buff-barred Warbler 2   Indian Cormorant 10
  Ashy-throated Warbler 10   Oriental Darter 40
  Yellow-browed Warbler 2   Black-winged Kite 4
  Hume's Leaf Warbler 2   Eastern Marsh Harrier 4
  Blyth's Leaf Warbler 20   White-breasted Waterhen 7
  Davison's Leaf Warbler 20   Ruddy-breasted Crake 2
  Sulphur-breasted Warbler 2   Grey-headed Swamphen 3
  Grey-crowned Warbler 1   Common Moorhen 10
  Chestnut-crowned Warbler 1   Black-winged Stilt 300
  Russet Bush Warbler 2   Red-wattled Lapwing 8
  Hill Prinia 5   Greater Painted-snipe 2
  White-browed Scimitar Babbler 2   Pheasant-tailed Jacana 2
  Grey-throated Babbler 8   Common Greenshank 2
  Golden Babbler 3   Wood Sandpiper 5
  Chestnut-capped Babbler 2   Whiskered Tern 2
  Rufous-winged Fulvetta 20   Rock Dove 60
  Yunnan Fulvetta 25   Red Turtle Dove 25
  Silver-eared Laughingthrush 8   Spotted Dove 20
  Spectacled Barwing 2   Zebra Dove 10
  Silver-eared Mesia 5   Pink-necked Green Pigeon 25
  Rufous-backed Sibia 5   Greater Coucal 4
  Dark-backed Sibia 15   Green-billed Malkoha 1
  Chestnut-flanked White-eye 5   Asian Koel 10
  Hume's Treecreeper 3   Plaintive Cuckoo 1
  Dark-sided Thrush 3   Savanna Nightjar 3
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 1   Asian Palm Swift 30
  White-gorgeted Flycatcher 2   Indian Roller 6
  Hill Blue Flycatcher 1   White-throated Kingfisher 3
  Large Niltava 6   Black-capped Kingfisher 1
  Small Niltava 3   Pied Kingfisher 2
  Verditer Flycatcher 2   Blue-tailed Bee-eater 20
  White-browed Shortwing 2   Lineated Barbet 4
  Himalayan Bluetail 1   Coppersmith Barbet 2
  Black-backed Forktail 1   Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker 2
  Slaty-backed Forktail 1   Freckle-breasted Woodpecker 3
  Northern White-crowned Forktail 2   Red-breasted Parakeet 2
  Blue Whistling Thrush 3   Ashy Woodswallow 5
  Slaty-backed Flycatcher 1   Common Iora 2
  Snowy-browed Flycatcher 4   Ashy Minivet 2
  Little Pied Flycatcher 3   Brown Shrike 5
  Plumbeous Water Redstart 2   Long-tailed Shrike 4
  Orange-bellied Leafbird 4   Black-naped Oriole 3
  Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker 4   Black Drongo 20
  Fire-breasted Flowerpecker 6   Hair-crested Drongo 1
  Mrs. Gould's Sunbird 10   Malaysian Pied Fantail 5
  Green-tailed Sunbird 15   Black-naped Monarch 2
  Black-throated Sunbird 2   Eastern Jungle Crow 6
  Streaked Spiderhunter 2   Indochinese Bush Lark 2
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 15   Yellow-vented Bulbul 1
  Grey Wagtail 3   Streak-eared Bulbul 20
        Sand Martin 10
  Mae Ping Count   Barn Swallow 25
  Oriental Honey Buzzard 2   Red-rumped Swallow 4
  Shikra 1   Dusky Warbler 15
  Thick-billed Green Pigeon 2   Yellow-browed Warbler 4
  Yellow-footed Green Pigeon 1   Oriental Reed Warbler 10
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 1   Black-browed Reed Warbler 4
  Collared Scops Owl 1   Pallas's Grasshopper Warbler 5
  Oriental Scops Owl 5   Striated Grassbird 8
  Asian Barred Owlet 1   Yellow-bellied Prinia 2
  Brown Hawk-Owl 2   Plain Prinia 6
  Indian Roller 2   Common Tailorbird 2
  Great Barbet 2   Japanese White-eye 2
  Lineated Barbet 5   Great Myna 20
  Coppersmith Barbet 1   Common Myna 4
  Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker 4   Black-collared Starling 4
  White-bellied Woodpecker 5   Pied Myna 25
  Black-headed Woodpecker 12   White-shouldered Starling 50
  Greater Flameback 3   Chestnut-tailed Starling 2
  Grey-headed Parakeet 10   Oriental Magpie-Robin 2
  Large Cuckooshrike 2   Asian Brown Flycatcher 1
  Black-hooded Oriole 4   Verditer Flycatcher 1
  Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 1   Siberian Rubythroat 2
  Black-naped Monarch 4   Taiga Flycatcher 6
  Red-billed Blue Magpie 6   Stejneger's Stonechat 12
  Eastern Jungle Crow 1   Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 2
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 15   Olive-backed Sunbird 6
  Barn Swallow 1   House Sparrow 10
  Yellow-streaked Warbler 4   Plain-backed Sparrow 5
  Radde's Warbler 1   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 20
  Rufescent Prinia 10   Scaly-breasted Munia 2
  Common Tailorbird 2   Chestnut Munia 6
  Puff-throated Babbler 1   Eastern Yellow Wagtail 1
  White-crested Laughingthrush 10   Paddyfield Pipit 5
  Burmese Nuthatch 3      
  Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 2   Nong Pla Lai Count
  Taiga Flycatcher 4   Eastern Cattle Egret 20
  Ultramarine Flycatcher 1   Purple Heron 3
  Golden-fronted Leafbird 1   Great Egret 2
  Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 1   Intermediate Egret 5
  Purple Sunbird 2   Little Egret 20
        Little Cormorant 10
  Kaeng Krachan Count   Black-winged Kite 2
  Green-legged Partridge 10   Greater Spotted Eagle 1
  Red Junglefowl 16   Eastern Marsh Harrier 1
  Kalij Pheasant 2   Black-eared Kite 2
  Grey Peacock-Pheasant 3   Brahminy Kite 3
  Little Grebe 2   White-breasted Waterhen 2
  Chinese Pond Heron 3   Ruddy-breasted Crake 1
  Eastern Cattle Egret 10   Black-winged Stilt 100
  Little Egret 2   Red-wattled Lapwing 4
  Crested Serpent Eagle 2   Bronze-winged Jacana 3
  Changeable Hawk-Eagle 1   Wood Sandpiper 4
  Black Eagle 2   Oriental Pratincole 19
  Crested Goshawk 1   Rock Dove 200
  Shikra 1   Spotted Dove 10
  Besra 1   Zebra Dove 10
  Common Moorhen 10   Greater Coucal 2
  Red-wattled Lapwing 4   Asian Koel 6
  Bronze-winged Jacana 1   Plaintive Cuckoo 2
  Spotted Dove 14   Germain's Swiftlet 100
  Little Cuckoo-Dove 1   Asian Palm Swift 4
  Common Emerald Dove 2   White-throated Kingfisher 4
  Thick-billed Green Pigeon 12   Black-capped Kingfisher 2
  Yellow-vented Green Pigeon 2   Common Kingfisher 2
  Greater Coucal 2   Green Bee-eater 2
  Raffles's Malkoha 2   Blue-tailed Bee-eater 6
  Green-billed Malkoha 2   Peregrine Falcon 1
  Asian Koel 5   Ashy Woodswallow 3
  Asian Emerald Cuckoo 2   Brown Shrike 4
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 5   Black Drongo 12
  Collared Scops Owl 3   Malaysian Pied Fantail 2
  Collared Owlet 2   Eastern Jungle Crow 2
  Asian Barred Owlet 2   Streak-eared Bulbul 6
  Large-tailed Nightjar 1   Barn Swallow 10
  Crested Treeswift 3   Red-rumped Swallow 5
  Grey-rumped Treeswift 10   Striated Grassbird 1
  Brown-backed Needletail 3   Zitting Cisticola 4
  Asian Palm Swift 15   Plain Prinia 2
  Orange-breasted Trogon 3   Great Myna 20
  Red-headed Trogon 3   Common Myna 10
  Indian Roller 4   Pied Myna 20
  Oriental Dollarbird 3   Stejneger's Stonechat 2
  White-throated Kingfisher 3   House Sparrow 20
  Black-capped Kingfisher 1   Plain-backed Sparrow 2
  Blue-bearded Bee-eater 4   Asian Golden Weaver 6
  Green Bee-eater 4   Streaked Weaver 40
  Chestnut-headed Bee-eater 6   Baya Weaver 200
  Eurasian Hoopoe 2   Scaly-breasted Munia 20
  Tickell's Brown Hornbill 5   Eastern Yellow Wagtail 2
  Oriental Pied Hornbill 30   Paddyfield Pipit 3
  Great Hornbill 4   Red-throated Pipit 4
  Great Barbet 3      
  Green-eared Barbet 15   Khao Takrao Count
  Blue-throated Barbet 10   Eurasian Wigeon 12
  Blue-eared Barbet 7   Northern Shoveler 20
  Coppersmith Barbet 6   Northern Pintail 500
  Speckled Piculet 1   Garganey 400
  Greater Yellownape 5   Little Grebe 5
  Streak-breasted Woodpecker 2   Painted Stork 10
  Greater Flameback 12   Asian Openbill 10
  Bay Woodpecker 2   Black-headed Ibis 14
  Great Slaty Woodpecker 4   Grey Heron 20
  Black-thighed Falconet 2   Purple Heron 2
  Vernal Hanging Parrot 12   Great Egret 50
  Black-and-red Broadbill 1   Intermediate Egret 5
  Black-and-yellow Broadbill 2   Little Egret 20
  Blue Pitta 1   Little Cormorant 50
  Large Woodshrike 3   Oriental Darter 20
  Ashy Woodswallow 1   Western Osprey 1
  Common Iora 4   Eastern Marsh Harrier 1
  Great Iora 3   Brahminy Kite 2
  Black-winged Cuckooshrike 12   Black-winged Stilt 200
  Swinhoe's Minivet 10   Red-wattled Lapwing 3
  Scarlet Minivet 2   Pacific Golden Plover 10
  Brown Shrike 1   Grey Plover 10
  White-bellied Erpornis 2   Spotted Redshank 20
  Blyth's Shrike-babbler 3   Marsh Sandpiper 20
  Black-naped Oriole 10   Common Greenshank 5
  Black-hooded Oriole 4   Brown-headed Gull 200
  Black Drongo 6   Caspian Tern 10
  Ashy Drongo 12   Little Tern 10
  Bronzed Drongo 10   Whiskered Tern 20
  Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo 2   White-winged Tern 3
  Hair-crested Drongo 60   Red Turtle Dove 10
  Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 4   Spotted Dove 4
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 1   Zebra Dove 4
  Black-naped Monarch 10   White-throated Kingfisher 2
  Blyth's Paradise Flycatcher 1   Black-capped Kingfisher 1
  Common Green Magpie 2   Brown Shrike 2
  Grey Treepie 2   Malaysian Pied Fantail 2
  Racket-tailed Treepie 3      
  Ratchet-tailed Treepie 6   Wat Phra Phutthabat Noi Count
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 10   Rock Dove 20
  Sultan Tit 6   Red Turtle Dove 10
  Black-headed Bulbul 12   Spotted Dove 4
  Black-crested Bulbul 24   Zebra Dove 4
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 6   Lesser Coucal 1
  Stripe-throated Bulbul 8   Asian Koel 2
  Flavescent Bulbul 5   Indian Roller 1
  Streak-eared Bulbul 6   Lineated Barbet 3
  Ochraceous Bulbul 20   Coppersmith Barbet 2
  Baker's Bulbul 14   Ashy Drongo 2
  Barn Swallow 20   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1
  Asian House Martin 1   Streak-eared Bulbul 5
  Red-rumped Swallow 4   Red-rumped Swallow 4
  Yellow-bellied Warbler 12   Two-barred Warbler 1
  Mountain Tailorbird 1   Common Tailorbird 1
  Radde's Warbler 2   Limestone Wren-Babbler 3
  Yellow-browed Warbler 12   Blue Rock Thrush 1
  Two-barred Warbler 2      
  Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 20   Laem Phak Bia / Pak Thale Count
  Eastern Crowned Warbler 12   Lesser Whistling Duck 12
  Claudia's Leaf Warbler 2   Ruddy Shelduck 1
  Sulphur-breasted Warbler 10   Northern Pintail 1
  Martens's Warbler 4   Little Grebe 2
  Thick-billed Warbler 2   Painted Stork 22
  Baikal Bush Warbler 1   Asian Openbill 5
  Common Tailorbird 1   Yellow Bittern 3
  Dark-necked Tailorbird 12   Black-crowned Night Heron 1
  Large Scimitar Babbler 4   Eastern Cattle Egret 12
  White-browed Scimitar Babbler 6   Grey Heron 12
  Rufous-fronted Babbler 12   Purple Heron 2
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 40   Great Egret 12
  Brown-cheeked Fulvetta 25   Intermediate Egret 2
  Collared Babbler 6   Little Egret 70
  Abbott's Babbler 2   Pacific Reef Heron 4
  Puff-throated Babbler 6   Chinese Egret 1
  White-crested Laughingthrush 10   Little Cormorant 40
  Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrush 16   Indian Cormorant 60
  Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush 16   Greater Spotted Eagle 2
  Oriental White-eye 1   Booted Eagle 1
  Asian Fairy-bluebird 8   Shikra 1
  Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 15   Brahminy Kite 8
  Golden-crested Myna 3   White-breasted Waterhen 3
  Common Hill Myna 12   Ruddy-breasted Crake 4
  Orange-headed Thrush 1   Black-winged Stilt 500
  Grey-sided Thrush 1   Pied Avocet 70
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 6   Grey-headed Lapwing 10
  White-rumped Shama 10   Red-wattled Lapwing 12
  Dark-sided Flycatcher 3   Pacific Golden Plover 30
  Asian Brown Flycatcher 2   Grey Plover 50
  Rufous-browed Flycatcher 1   Little Ringed Plover 5
  Hill Blue Flycatcher 3   Kentish Plover 12
  Tickell's Blue Flycatcher 3   White-faced Plover 2
  Chinese Blue Flycatcher 1   Malaysian Plover 4
  Verditer Flycatcher 3   Lesser Sand Plover 450
  Siberian Blue Robin 5   Greater Sand Plover 20
  Taiga Flycatcher 15   Greater Painted-snipe 4
  Blue-winged Leafbird 15   Pin-tailed Snipe 10
  Thick-billed Flowerpecker 1   Common Snipe 1
  Orange-bellied Flowerpecker 1   Black-tailed Godwit 200
  Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 2   Bar-tailed Godwit 30
  Ruby-cheeked Sunbird 4   Whimbrel 10
  Olive-backed Sunbird 6   Eurasian Curlew 500
  Black-throated Sunbird 4   Far Eastern Curlew 3
  Little Spiderhunter 4   Spotted Redshank 400
  Streaked Spiderhunter 3   Common Redshank 12
  Grey Wagtail 4   Marsh Sandpiper 250
        Common Greenshank 30
  Sakaerat Count   Nordmann's Greenshank 55
  Green-legged Partridge 2   Wood Sandpiper 25
  Red Junglefowl 2   Terek Sandpiper 30
  Siamese Fireback 4   Common Sandpiper 6
  Shikra 1   Ruddy Turnstone 2
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 1   Great Knot 250
  Orange-breasted Trogon 1   Sanderling 4
  Green-eared Barbet 4   Red-necked Stint 300
  Greater Flameback 1   Temminck's Stint 5
  Red-breasted Parakeet 120   Long-toed Stint 16
  Burmese Shrike 1   Curlew Sandpiper 35
  Ashy Drongo 1   Spoon-billed Sandpiper 1
  Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 5   Broad-billed Sandpiper 35
  Black-naped Monarch 2   Ruff 2
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 6   Oriental Pratincole 8
  Stripe-throated Bulbul 2   Brown-headed Gull 600
  Grey-eyed Bulbul 2   Pallas's Gull 6
  Barn Swallow 2   Heuglin's Gull 2
  Red-rumped Swallow 4   Gull-billed Tern 20
  Radde's Warbler 1   Caspian Tern 30
  Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 6   Greater Crested Tern 30
  Brown Prinia 2   Lesser Crested Tern 4
  Rufescent Prinia 6   Little Tern 500
  Chestnut-capped Babbler 2   Common Tern 400
  White-crested Laughingthrush 4   Whiskered Tern 100
  White-rumped Shama 4   White-winged Tern 20
  Hainan Blue Flycatcher 1   Rock Dove 50
        Red Turtle Dove 40
  Phu Kae Botanical Garden Count   Spotted Dove 20
  Little Egret 1   Zebra Dove 5
  Oriental Honey Buzzard 1   Greater Coucal 4
  Black Baza 1   Lesser Coucal 1
  Shikra 1   Asian Koel 6
  White-breasted Waterhen 2   Indian Nightjar 3
  Zebra Dove 2   Germain's Swiftlet 50
  Greater Coucal 2   Asian Palm Swift 4
  Green-billed Malkoha 2   White-throated Kingfisher 5
  Asian Koel 2   Black-capped Kingfisher 5
  Asian Barred Owlet 4   Collared Kingfisher 7
  Asian Palm Swift 10   Common Kingfisher 3
  Indian Roller 2   Green Bee-eater 8
  Common Kingfisher 1   Blue-tailed Bee-eater 25
  Blue-tailed Bee-eater 2   Eurasian Hoopoe 1
  Lineated Barbet 3   Freckle-breasted Woodpecker 1
  Coppersmith Barbet 3   Peregrine Falcon 1
  Ashy Woodswallow 4   Golden-bellied Gerygone 12
  Common Iora 3   Brown Shrike 3
  Ashy Minivet 1   Black Drongo 15
  Black-naped Oriole 2   Malaysian Pied Fantail 4
  Ashy Drongo 2   Eastern Jungle Crow 10
  Hair-crested Drongo 2   Indochinese Bush Lark 1
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 2   Oriental Skylark 3
  Black-naped Monarch 2   Streak-eared Bulbul 12
  Racket-tailed Treepie 6   Barn Swallow 15
  Eastern Jungle Crow 2   Dusky Warbler 2
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1   Oriental Reed Warbler 10
  Black-headed Bulbul 2   Black-browed Reed Warbler 5
  Black-crested Bulbul 10   Thick-billed Warbler 2
  Streak-eared Bulbul 10   Zitting Cisticola 5
  Barn Swallow 2   Plain Prinia 4
  Two-barred Warbler 4   Common Tailorbird 2
  Common Tailorbird 2   Great Myna 500
  White-crested Laughingthrush 6   Common Myna 30
  Great Myna 2   Pied Myna 40
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 2   White-shouldered Starling 5
  Asian Brown Flycatcher 2   Oriental Magpie-Robin 5
  Taiga Flycatcher 2   Olive-backed Sunbird 5
  Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 4   House Sparrow 10
  Olive-backed Sunbird 5   Plain-backed Sparrow 3
  White-rumped Munia 8   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 25
        Asian Golden Weaver 5
  Khao Yai Count   Streaked Weaver 40
  Green-legged Partridge 4   Red Avadavat 6
  Red Junglefowl 7   Chestnut Munia 10
  Silver Pheasant 4   Eastern Yellow Wagtail 3
  Siamese Fireback 7   Paddyfield Pipit 5
  Striated Heron 2   Red-throated Pipit 4
  Chinese Pond Heron 8      
  Little Egret 1   Thap Lan Count
  Little Cormorant 1   Chinese Francolin 4
  Jerdon's Baza 1   Red Junglefowl 1
  Black Baza 1   Oriental Honey Buzzard 1
  Crested Serpent Eagle 2   Crested Serpent Eagle 1
  Mountain Hawk-Eagle 1   Rock Dove 3
  Shikra 3   Spotted Dove 4
  Red-wattled Lapwing 12   Greater Coucal 2
  Spotted Dove 15   Asian Koel 3
  Barred Cuckoo-Dove 5   Indian Cuckoo 1
  Common Emerald Dove 6   Asian Barred Owlet 2
  Thick-billed Green Pigeon 8   Brown-backed Needletail 2
  Mountain Imperial Pigeon 14   Asian Palm Swift 4
  Greater Coucal 3   Indian Roller 12
  Green-billed Malkoha 3   Green Bee-eater 4
  Asian Koel 3   Chestnut-headed Bee-eater 2
  Himalayan Cuckoo 1   Eurasian Hoopoe 2
  Collared Owlet 6   Lineated Barbet 4
  Large-tailed Nightjar 4   Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker 3
  Himalayan Swiftlet 2   Freckle-breasted Woodpecker 4
  Silver-backed Needletail 4   Greater Yellownape 3
  Brown-backed Needletail 150   Lesser Yellownape 1
  Asian Palm Swift 50   Black-headed Woodpecker 4
  House Swift 3   Common Flameback 1
  Orange-breasted Trogon 2   Greater Flameback 2
  Red-headed Trogon 8   Blossom-headed Parakeet 2
  Indian Roller 2   Red-breasted Parakeet 20
  Oriental Dollarbird 1   Common Woodshrike 3
  Banded Kingfisher 1   Ashy Woodswallow 3
  White-throated Kingfisher 2   Common Iora 6
  Black-capped Kingfisher 1   Large Cuckooshrike 4
  Common Kingfisher 3   Burmese Shrike 2
  Blue-bearded Bee-eater 1   Black-hooded Oriole 4
  Chestnut-headed Bee-eater 7   Ashy Drongo 2
  Austen's Brown Hornbill 8   Hair-crested Drongo 4
  Oriental Pied Hornbill 20   Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 3
  Great Hornbill 4   White-browed Fantail 2
  Wreathed Hornbill 20   Black-naped Monarch 1
  Green-eared Barbet 8   Eurasian Jay 4
  Moustached Barbet 30   Red-billed Blue Magpie 4
  Blue-eared Barbet 10   Rufous Treepie 2
  Laced Woodpecker 6   Eastern Jungle Crow 4
  Greater Flameback 5   Sooty-headed Bulbul 10
  Common Kestrel 1   Barn Swallow 4
  Vernal Hanging Parrot 18   Red-rumped Swallow 2
  Long-tailed Broadbill 3   Radde's Warbler 4
  Blue Pitta 1   Two-barred Warbler 4
  Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike 8   Claudia's Leaf Warbler 1
  Ashy Woodswallow 10   Brown Prinia 4
  Common Iora 1   Rufescent Prinia 6
  Black-winged Cuckooshrike 7   Common Tailorbird 2
  Rosy Minivet 1   White-crested Laughingthrush 6
  Swinhoe's Minivet 12   Great Myna 3
  Scarlet Minivet 8   Common Myna 4
  White-bellied Erpornis 6   Vinous-breasted Starling 6
  Blyth's Shrike-babbler 2   Asian Brown Flycatcher 3
  Black-naped Oriole 5   Verditer Flycatcher 1
  Ashy Drongo 10   Taiga Flycatcher 3
  Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo 1   Golden-fronted Leafbird 3
  Hair-crested Drongo 15   Olive-backed Sunbird 5
  Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 3      
  Black-naped Monarch 4      
  Blyth's Paradise Flycatcher 1      
  Common Green Magpie 6      
  Eastern Jungle Crow 6      
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 6      
  Sultan Tit 2      
  Black-headed Bulbul 2      
  Black-crested Bulbul 20      
  Stripe-throated Bulbul 10      
  Puff-throated Bulbul 20      
  Grey-eyed Bulbul 20      
  Ashy Bulbul 1      
  Barn Swallow 3      
  Red-rumped Swallow 25      
  Asian Stubtail 1      
  Radde's Warbler 5      
  Yellow-browed Warbler 20      
  Two-barred Warbler 3      
  Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 14      
  Claudia's Leaf Warbler 5      
  Sulphur-breasted Warbler 3      
  Thick-billed Warbler 1      
  Golden-headed Cisticola 10      
  Dark-necked Tailorbird 10      
  White-browed Scimitar Babbler 2      
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 20      
  Abbott's Babbler 1      
  Puff-throated Babbler 5      
  White-crested Laughingthrush 20      
  Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrush 4      
  Black-throated Laughingthrush 5      
  Chestnut-flanked White-eye 50      
  Asian Fairy-bluebird 25      
  Common Hill Myna 14      
  White-rumped Shama 6      
  Asian Brown Flycatcher 6      
  Hainan Blue Flycatcher 2      
  Hill Blue Flycatcher 2      
  Verditer Flycatcher 2      
  Siberian Blue Robin 2      
  Slaty-backed Forktail 1      
  Blue Whistling Thrush 4      
  Mugimaki Flycatcher 1      
  Taiga Flycatcher 10      
  Blue Rock Thrush 2      
  Stejneger's Stonechat 2      
  Blue-winged Leafbird 8      
  Golden-fronted Leafbird 4      
  Thick-billed Flowerpecker 1      
  Yellow-vented Flowerpecker 3      
  Buff-bellied Flowerpecker 10      
  Ruby-cheeked Sunbird 1      
  Olive-backed Sunbird 12      
  Black-throated Sunbird 1      
  Little Spiderhunter 1      
  Scaly-breasted Munia 4      
  Grey Wagtail 3      
  Paddyfield Pipit 2