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10 - 23 Apr 2015.
Hot to very hot and humid, with some rain. Temperatures up to 42°C.
Laem Sing, Ko Man Nai, Pak Phli, Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, Sakaerat Biosphere Reserve, Thap Lan National Park, Sanambin Non-hunting Area, Had Wijitra, Tana Kaeng National Park, Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park, Phu Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary, Lat Yao and Mae Wong National Park.

With Steve Mawby and, in parts, Steve Tibbett, Games Punjapa Petsri, Jim Wittenberger and Ian Dugdale. This trip, as a consequence of being Steve M's ninth or more Thailand visit, targeted more difficult Thai species occurring at less frequently visited sites. And involved a considerable amount of driving.

10 Apr. Flew from Chiang Mai to Bangkok with Steve T, where we met up with Steve M having just arrived from the UK. Collected our rental vehicle from Budget and drove to Laem Mae Phim, where we arrived three hours later. Being Songkran we'd pre-booked our accommodation, a small guesthouse in this small beach resort town. With time to spare we decided to explore Laem Sing, 80 kilometres to the east, to try for find Van Hasselt's Sunbird and Copper-throated Sunbird. On arrival, it was disappointing to discover that, due to construction of ever increasing shrimp ponds, good mangrove habitat was completely inaccessible along the roadside adjacent to the river. A fair amount of mangrove still exists on the opposite side of the river, but would require arranging a boat to visit. We did however, manage to find a couple of female Van Hasselt's Sunbird in a patch that remained. Returned to Laem Mae Phim, where we met up with Games, Ian and Jim, recently arrival from Khao Yai.

11 Apr. Took a boat at 06:00 to Ko Man Nai, passing a couple of Bridled Tern en route. Before landing at Ko Man Nai we took a short look at rocks to the north of Ko Man Klang, where a dozen Black-naped Tern were resting. The whole day then spent wandering on Ko Man Nai. Birding was surprisingly slow in the first couple of hours, but as the day progressed things slowly improved, enabling us to record a fair selection of species including Yellow-rumped Flycatcher, Blue-winged Pitta, Mugimaki Flycatcher, Japanese Paradise Flycatcher, Slaty-legged Crake, Chestnut-winged Cuckoo, Grey Nightjar, Ruddy Kingfisher and Eyebrowed Thrush.

Grey Nightjar
Grey Nightjar

Hot and humid all day, with darkening skies at 16:00 bringing heavy rain; eventually clearing by 17:30 when we returned to the mainland.

12 Apr. Another full day on Ko Man Nai with slightly overcast skies and cooler weather. As expected, much the same species as yesterday, with a few notable additions - Yellow-vented Green Pigeon a major surprise, Hooded Pitta, Grey-tailed Tattler, Himalayan Cuckoo and Tiger Shrike.

Pin-tailed Snipe
Pin-tailed Snipe

Trying to drive to Thap Lan
Trying to drive to Thap Lan

Trying to drive to Thap Lan
Trying to drive to Thap Lan

13 Apr. Having birded Ko Man Nai together, we parted in different directions, with Steve T returning to Chiang Mai, Ian, Games and Jim to Kaeng Krachan, and us two heading toward Nakhon Nayok. A leisurely start at 07:00, with breakfast en route, had us arriving at Pak Phli around 10:00. Our goal here was Horsfield's Bush Lark, though our initial attempts at finding one were thwarted by the strong winds making listening for singing birds difficult to say the least. We did however find a good number of Chinese Pond Heron in breeding plumage as well as Striated Grassbird and some splendidly plumaged Asian Golden Weaver nest building. With abating winds we eventually heard and located several Horsfield's Bush Lark as well as both Indochinese Bush Lark and Oriental Skylark. Continued to Nakhon Nayok, checking into the newly opened Loft Village, located immediately behind a temple just outside the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, where a very loud Songkran party was happening - hopefully not continuing into the night. A short siesta and then out birding around the academy. Very few birds in the afternoon heat, with Vinous-breasted Starling and a very obliging Pin-tailed Snipe the best. Stayed until past dark but sadly no Malayan Night Heron put in an appearance.

14 Apr. Another session at the military academy but as again no sign of any night heron, we departed to Sakaerat where despite being the middle of the day, we saw our target - Brown Prinia - and actually the only bird we saw. Found a comfortable resort north of Sakaerat before continuing to Thap Lan. With Songkran in full swing, the roads en route were packed with party revelers, so we arrived somewhat later than expected. However, a very successful late afternoon, finding White-browed Fantail, Small Minivet, Black-headed Woodpecker, White-bellied Woodpecker, Brown Prinia and Vinous-breasted Starling. Fairly late in returning to the accommodation, after which, due to the Songkran holidays we were unable to find an open restaurant in town. Ended up at an ice cream parlour, where the staff took pity on us and sold us beer and cooked us French fries.

15 Apr. An early start at 05:00, to arrive at Thap Lan by dawn. No revellers out at this time of day, as no doubt most lying in bed with sore heads. Surprisingly cool early morning at around 19°C, although it soon heated up. Three hours strolling around various trails produced White-bellied Woodpecker, Thick-billed Green Pigeon, Small Minivet, Chinese Francolin calling, Black-headed Woodpecker and an Ornate Flying Snake right on the trail. As we had a long drive ahead, we decided to take a break along the way at the Sanambin Non-hunting area. This is the protected area from which the Sarus Crane reintroduction project is run. The small wetland here is permanent and at this time about the only area of water available in the vicinity.

Ornate Flying Snake
Ornate Flying Snake

At least nine Sarus Crane were present as well as a big surprise in the form of a Lesser Adjutant. Also a large count of over 700 Cotton Pygmy Goose. We continued our drive eastward, with an incredible number of vehicles returning to Bangkok, as far as Ubon Ratchathani where we checked into cheap roadside accommodation. An excursion into town for dinner was the usual mayhem of Songkran, drunken street parties.

16 Apr. A leisurely start at 07:00 to complete the drive to Had Wijitra on the Mekong. Already pretty warm by 08:30. but both our targets - Mekong Wagtail and Great Stone-curlew - were readily found scanning the rocks from shore. Also Wire-tailed Swallow and River Lapwing in small numbers. Flushed with success having cleaned up the Mekong in 20 minutes, we headed off for some exploration of the nearby Tana Kaeng National Park. Very hot by now so, unsurprisingly, in a few hours here we saw almost nothing. However, it was good to check the habitat and birding possibilities of this park, which is predominantly dry Dipterocarp forest. We also found a couple of good places to scan the Mekong in the northern section of the park. A mid afternoon break and then back to scanning the rocks in the late afternoon, with much the same as the morning. Overnight at Had Wijitra.

17 Apr. Being slightly ahead of schedule we left Had Wijitra early and drove directly, the nearly 600 kilometres, to Lom Sak, arriving late afternoon.

18 Apr. An early start to drive to Phu Hin Rong Kla. Pleasantly cool early morning, although rather windy on the open ridges. In a couple of hours we found Jerdon's Bush Chat, good numbers of Nepal House Martin and several Dusky Crag Martin. Drove to Phu Khieo and checked in with the office staff. Since the last visit, several things have changed, with a seemingly new motto of let's make some money from the visitors. Despite being armed with a permit from Bangkok we were charged an entrance fee, and the basic accommodation had risen from 250 Baht/night to an overpriced 500 Baht/night. There was also a bungalow option for 1,000 Baht/night - marginally better as in a better location but with nonfunctional hot shower and little else.

Indian Purple Emperor
Indian Purple Emperor

Siamese Fireback
Siamese Fireback

White-winged Duck
White-winged Duck (released bird)

Basically poor and overpriced - as to be expected from Thai national parks and sanctuaries. We also noted that to use the photo hide was an eye-watering 1,000 Baht/day. A luxury we declined! Despite this, it was just good to be inside the sanctuary with good birding opportunities. The remainder of the afternoon spent along the entrance road. Many butterflies were puddling in the middle of the road but also massacred by any speeding vehicle coming along. Late afternoon we birded ponds around the headquarters but no White-winged Duck or Austen's Brown Hornbill encountered.

19 Apr. An early awakening by Large-tailed Nightjar immediately outside the door. Out early to check several lakes for White-winged Duck, but none found. In fact pretty quiet all round save for a few Brown-throated Needletail, so we birded the entrance road north of the headquarters. This was much more productive, with two groups of Austen's Brown Hornbill, several vocal Blue Pitta and Moustached Barbet. Back to the accommodation for a late breakfast, after which we spent the heat of the day walking farther out along the entrance road. More Austen's Brown Hornbill, Silver-breasted Broadbill and Heart-spotted Woodpecker seen. Late afternoon we returned to the lakes with two single White-winged Duck found - one free-flying bird that landed on the lake then promptly headed off again, and the other feeding around the edge and not looking particularly wild, although it appeared unringed

20 Apr. Early morning along the first few kilometres of the entrance road with Black-throated Laughingthrush the best bird. Once the park office had opened, at 08:00, we were able to check out, pay and start our 500 kilometre journey to Mae Wong. A blisteringly hot day, with temperature around 42°C all afternoon. Called in at Lat Yao en route where Pied Kingfisher and Javan Pond Heron were seen. Arrived outside Mae Wong late afternoon and checked into one of the resorts near the entrance. As the best restaurant in Khlong Lan town was closed we ate at street stalls.

21 Apr. Into Mae Wong at first light. Surprisingly the entrance fee was still 200 Baht. Drove up to Chong Yen, seeing Kalij Pheasant en route. During the morning we birded the top three kilometres of the road, with Northern White-browed Forktail, Coral-billed Scimitar Babbler and Pin-tailed Green Pigeon.

A walk down the Umphang trail found us Small Niltava and Rufous-browed Flycatcher. With temperatures rising we again headed down the hill, birding a slightly lower stretch. Not surprisingly, nothing new in heat. At 14:00, on the advise of the ranger, we spent three hours at the Grey Peacock-Pheasant feeding area, but only Black-throated Laughingthrush, White-necked Laughingthrush, White-tailed Robin and Rufous-throated Partridge put in an appearance. At 17:00 we drove to the lower campsite and totally jammed a Crested Kingfisher flying past. Talk about luck!

22 Apr. A repeat of yesterday. First stop at the campsite area at the bottom of the mountain with Crested Kingfisher again flying past at speed. Up to Chong Yen and a couple of hours waiting for Grey Peacock-Pheasant to show but to no avail. The rest of the morning birding the road and Umphang trail. A pair of Dark-sided Thrush were very unexpected and some flock activity included Speckled Piculet, Blyth's Paradise Flycatcher and Lesser Yellownape. Mid afternoon the darkening skies gave way to heavy rain for an hour or so during which there was a large migration of Pacific Swift with more than 1,000 birds. After rain we returned to the top and sat again waiting for peacock-pheasant but no luck.

23 Apr. Morning drive back to Chiang Mai with drop off at the airport. A total of 3,500 kilometres in 14 days.

Coral-billed Scimitar Babbler
Coral-billed Scimitar Babbler

Unidentified grasshopper
Unidentified grasshopper

Species List

  Ko Man Nai Count   Laem Sing Count
  Striated Heron 1   Chinese Pond Heron 3
  Chinese Pond Heron 8   Little Egret 1
  Eastern Cattle Egret 6   Brahminy Kite 2
  Pacific Reef Heron 10   Zebra Dove 6
  Shikra 4   Germain's Swiftlet 10
  Brahminy Kite 6   House Swift 5
  Slaty-legged Crake 1   Collared Kingfisher 6
  White-breasted Waterhen 1   Common Kingfisher 1
  Grey-headed Lapwing 1   Ashy Woodswallow 4
  Lesser Sand Plover 5   Common Iora 2
  Pin-tailed Snipe 1   Malaysian Pied Fantail 2
  Grey-tailed Tattler 1   Yellow-vented Bulbul 2
  Common Sandpiper 12   Streak-eared Bulbul 2
  Black-naped Tern 12   Barn Swallow 10
  Zebra Dove 8   Radde's Warbler 1
  Yellow-vented Green Pigeon 1   Dark-necked Tailorbird 1
  Greater Coucal 4   Common Myna 10
  Chestnut-winged Cuckoo 1   Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 2
  Asian Koel 2   Brown-throated Sunbird 6
  Large Hawk-Cuckoo 2   Van Hasselt's Sunbird 2
  Himalayan Cuckoo 1   Olive-backed Sunbird 4
  Grey Nightjar 1   Scaly-breasted Munia 2
  Germain's Swiftlet 15      
  Pacific Swift 12   Pak Phli Count
  Oriental Dollarbird 4   Chinese Pond Heron 6
  Ruddy Kingfisher 1   Eastern Cattle Egret 10
  Common Kingfisher 2   Purple Heron 1
  Hooded Pitta 1   Intermediate Egret 2
  Blue-winged Pitta 2   Little Egret 6
  Ashy Minivet 2   Little Cormorant 5
  Mangrove Whistler 10   Black-eared Kite 5
  Tiger Shrike 1   Red-wattled Lapwing 5
  Brown Shrike 1   Rock Dove 10
  Black-naped Oriole 2   Red Turtle Dove 10
  Black Drongo 1   Spotted Dove 6
  Crow-billed Drongo 10   Zebra Dove 2
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 1   Germain's Swiftlet 10
  Japanese Paradise Flycatcher 6   White-throated Kingfisher 2
  Eastern Jungle Crow 8   Green Bee-eater 2
  Streak-eared Bulbul 20   Brown Shrike 1
  Barn Swallow 10   Long-tailed Shrike 1
  Pacific Swallow 2   Horsfield's Bush Lark 4
  Yellow-browed Warbler 3   Indochinese Bush Lark 2
  Arctic Warbler 6   Oriental Skylark 2
  Two-barred Warbler 4   Striated Grassbird 2
  Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 3   Zitting Cisticola 3
  Eastern Crowned Warbler 2   Plain Prinia 4
  Thick-billed Warbler 1   Great Myna 10
  Common Myna 8   Common Myna 4
  Eyebrowed Thrush 25   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 4
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 10   Asian Golden Weaver 6
  Dark-sided Flycatcher 1   Baya Weaver 1
  Asian Brown Flycatcher 50      
  Siberian Blue Robin 10   Thap Lan Count
  Yellow-rumped Flycatcher 30   Chinese Francolin 3
  Narcissus Flycatcher 1   Asian Openbill 1
  Mugimaki Flycatcher 6   Black Baza 1
  Slaty-backed Flycatcher 7   Shikra 3
  Blue Rock Thrush 2   Rufous-winged Buzzard 3
  Brown-throated Sunbird 12   Red Turtle Dove 2
  Olive-backed Sunbird 12   Zebra Dove 2
  Forest Wagtail 5   Thick-billed Green Pigeon 2
  Olive-backed Pipit 2   Greater Coucal 3
        Asian Koel 6
  Chulachomklao Count   Asian Palm Swift 1
  Lesser Whistling Duck 6   Indian Roller 10
  Red Junglefowl 6   White-throated Kingfisher 3
  Asian Openbill 4   Green Bee-eater 6
  Chinese Pond Heron 10   Eurasian Hoopoe 3
  Javan Pond Heron 1   Lineated Barbet 3
  Eastern Cattle Egret 20   Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker 3
  White-breasted Waterhen 14   White-bellied Woodpecker 2
  Red-wattled Lapwing 25   Black-headed Woodpecker 10
  Pin-tailed Snipe 1   Common Flameback 1
  Red Turtle Dove 4   Greater Flameback 2
  Common Emerald Dove 1   Blossom-headed Parakeet 1
  Zebra Dove 2   Red-breasted Parakeet 25
  Greater Coucal 2   Ashy Woodswallow 10
  Asian Koel 2   Common Iora 5
  Plaintive Cuckoo 2   Large Cuckooshrike 7
  Asian Barred Owlet 1   Ashy Minivet 12
  Asian Palm Swift 6   Small Minivet 6
  House Swift 2   Scarlet Minivet 2
  Indian Roller 2   Black-naped Oriole 2
  Blue-tailed Bee-eater 8   Black-hooded Oriole 6
  Lineated Barbet 2   Ashy Drongo 2
  Blue-eared Barbet 4   Hair-crested Drongo 2
  Coppersmith Barbet 2   White-browed Fantail 2
  Ashy Woodswallow 7   Eurasian Jay 6
  Black Drongo 10   Red-billed Blue Magpie 2
  Crow-billed Drongo 1   Rufous Treepie 4
  Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 1   Indochinese Bush Lark 2
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 2   Sooty-headed Bulbul 10
  Eastern Jungle Crow 2   Streak-eared Bulbul 6
  Indochinese Bush Lark 6   Barn Swallow 10
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 4   Radde's Warbler 1
  Streak-eared Bulbul 4   Yellow-browed Warbler 2
  Sand Martin 1   Brown Prinia 3
  Barn Swallow 20   Rufescent Prinia 2
  Red-rumped Swallow 6   Common Tailorbird 2
  Radde's Warbler 1   Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 1
  Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 1   Great Myna 10
  Common Tailorbird 2   Common Myna 6
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 3   Vinous-breasted Starling 6
  Asian Fairy-bluebird 2   Chestnut-tailed Starling 4
  Great Myna 20   Asian Brown Flycatcher 1
  Common Myna 10   Pied Bush Chat 1
  Vinous-breasted Starling 4   Golden-fronted Leafbird 3
  Black-collared Starling 10   Purple Sunbird 2
  Pied Myna 2      
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 4   Had Wijitra Count
  White-rumped Shama 2   Chinese Pond Heron 30
  Asian Brown Flycatcher 1   Eastern Cattle Egret 2
  Baya Weaver 10   Great Egret 1
  Paddyfield Pipit 1   Little Egret 2
        Brahminy Kite 2
  Sanambin Count   Great Stone-curlew 3
  Lesser Whistling Duck 2   River Lapwing 5
  Cotton Pygmy Goose 720   Eastern Little Ringed Plover 2
  Garganey 6   Common Greenshank 1
  Little Grebe 2   Common Sandpiper 1
  Painted Stork 12   Small Pratincole 10
  Asian Openbill 300   Spotted Dove 2
  Lesser Adjutant 1   Greater Coucal 4
  Cinnamon Bittern 1   Green-billed Malkoha 2
  Chinese Pond Heron 3   Chestnut-winged Cuckoo 1
  Grey Heron 3   Asian Koel 2
  Purple Heron 6   Plaintive Cuckoo 1
  Great Egret 2   Asian Barred Owlet 1
  Intermediate Egret 10   Asian Palm Swift 2
  Little Cormorant 10   Indian Roller 4
  Oriental Darter 1   Oriental Dollarbird 3
  Eastern Marsh Harrier 2   Green Bee-eater 5
  Brahminy Kite 2   Chestnut-headed Bee-eater 5
  White-breasted Waterhen 4   Lineated Barbet 1
  Common Moorhen 6   Coppersmith Barbet 2
  Sarus Crane 9   Black-naped Oriole 2
  Black-winged Stilt 2   Black Drongo 4
  Pheasant-tailed Jacana 2   Hair-crested Drongo 5
  Bronze-winged Jacana 20   Eastern Jungle Crow 2
  Oriental Pratincole 200   Yellow-vented Bulbul 3
  Rock Dove 20   Barn Swallow 4
  Spotted Dove 4   Wire-tailed Swallow 6
  Zebra Dove 5   Dusky Warbler 2
  Greater Coucal 2   Radde's Warbler 1
  Asian Koel 2   Two-barred Warbler 2
  Asian Palm Swift 5   Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 1
  Green Bee-eater 2   Plain Prinia 2
  Coppersmith Barbet 2   Common Tailorbird 2
  Freckle-breasted Woodpecker 3   Dark-necked Tailorbird 1
  Ashy Woodswallow 10   Common Myna 10
  Common Iora 4   Black-collared Starling 2
  Brown Shrike 2   Asian Brown Flycatcher 1
  Black Drongo 6   Taiga Flycatcher 1
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 3   Stejneger's Stonechat 1
  Streak-eared Bulbul 10   Pied Bush Chat 4
  Sand Martin 5   Olive-backed Sunbird 6
  Barn Swallow 10   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 4
  Dusky Warbler 3   Scaly-breasted Munia 2
  Oriental Reed Warbler 2   Mekong Wagtail 3
  Black-browed Reed Warbler 4   Paddyfield Pipit 2
  Purple Sunbird 1      
  Plain-backed Sparrow 4   Phu Khieo Count
        White-winged Duck 3
  Phu Hin Rong Kla Count   Green-legged Partridge 6
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 1   Red Junglefowl 20
  House Swift 2   Siamese Fireback 3
  Indian Roller 1   Grey Peacock-Pheasant 1
  Blue-throated Barbet 2   Striated Heron 1
  Ashy Woodswallow 2   Chinese Pond Heron 20
  Brown Shrike 1   Eastern Cattle Egret 4
  Burmese Shrike 2   Grey Heron 1
  Grey-backed Shrike 1   Little Egret 2
  Barn Swallow 20   Oriental Darter 1
  Nepal House Martin 300   Western Osprey 1
  Striated Swallow 6   Oriental Honey Buzzard 1
  Black-browed Reed Warbler 3   Black Baza 3
  Thick-billed Warbler 1   Crested Serpent Eagle 2
  Lanceolated Warbler 3   Shikra 1
  Hill Prinia 1   White-breasted Waterhen 2
  Rufescent Prinia 2   Red-wattled Lapwing 2
  Buff-chested Babbler 2   Common Sandpiper 4
  Puff-throated Babbler 2   Rock Dove 2
  Stejneger's Stonechat 1   Spotted Dove 10
  Pied Bush Chat 3   Thick-billed Green Pigeon 8
  Jerdon's Bush Chat 2   Mountain Imperial Pigeon 12
  Scaly-breasted Munia 40   Pied Imperial Pigeon 12
        Greater Coucal 4
  Mae Wong Count   Asian Koel 1
  Rufous-throated Partridge 5   Banded Bay Cuckoo 2
  Bar-backed Partridge 4   Plaintive Cuckoo 1
  Red Junglefowl 5   Square-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo 3
  Kalij Pheasant 4   Mountain Scops Owl 1
  Grey Peacock-Pheasant 5   Oriental Scops Owl 1
  Chinese Pond Heron 4   Asian Barred Owlet 3
  Crested Serpent Eagle 1   Large-tailed Nightjar 1
  Shikra 1   Himalayan Swiftlet 30
  Red-wattled Lapwing 2   Brown-backed Needletail 3
  Spotted Dove 4   Asian Palm Swift 10
  Pin-tailed Green Pigeon 1   Cook's Swift 35
  Mountain Imperial Pigeon 10   Orange-breasted Trogon 3
  Collared Owlet 1   Red-headed Trogon 3
  Himalayan Swiftlet 12   Oriental Dollarbird 3
  Asian Palm Swift 10   Black-capped Kingfisher 3
  Pacific Swift 1000   Austen's Brown Hornbill 10
  Red-headed Trogon 4   Oriental Pied Hornbill 8
  Indian Roller 2   Wreathed Hornbill 1
  White-throated Kingfisher 1   Great Barbet 2
  Common Kingfisher 1   Green-eared Barbet 4
  Crested Kingfisher 1   Moustached Barbet 2
  Blue-bearded Bee-eater 3   Heart-spotted Woodpecker 3
  Great Barbet 4   Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker 4
  Lineated Barbet 1   Greater Yellownape 6
  Green-eared Barbet 1   Bay Woodpecker 1
  Golden-throated Barbet 3   Great Slaty Woodpecker 4
  Blue-throated Barbet 1   Peregrine Falcon 1
  Speckled Piculet 1   Vernal Hanging Parrot 2
  Stripe-breasted Woodpecker 3   Long-tailed Broadbill 2
  Lesser Yellownape 1   Silver-breasted Broadbill 2
  Bay Woodpecker 2   Blue Pitta 4
  Long-tailed Broadbill 2   Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike 4
  Rusty-naped Pitta 1   Large Woodshrike 4
  Blue Pitta 1   Ashy Woodswallow 4
  Large Cuckooshrike 2   Common Iora 5
  Grey-chinned Minivet 6   Black-winged Cuckooshrike 4
  Scarlet Minivet 3   Scarlet Minivet 4
  Blyth's Shrike-babbler 2   White-bellied Erpornis 5
  Maroon Oriole 3   Black-naped Oriole 3
  Bronzed Drongo 2   Black-hooded Oriole 2
  Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo 5   Ashy Drongo 4
  Hair-crested Drongo 30   Bronzed Drongo 2
  White-throated Fantail 3   Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 2
  Blyth's Paradise Flycatcher 1   Malaysian Pied Fantail 1
  Red-billed Blue Magpie 4   Black-naped Monarch 5
  Grey Treepie 8   Red-billed Blue Magpie 12
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 5   Common Green Magpie 1
  Yellow-cheeked Tit 1   Grey Treepie 2
  Red-whiskered Bulbul 5   Eastern Jungle Crow 2
  Flavescent Bulbul 10   Sultan Tit 4
  Olive Bulbul 2   Black-crested Bulbul 4
  Mountain Bulbul 10   Red-whiskered Bulbul 12
  Black Bulbul 4   Sooty-headed Bulbul 2
  Barn Swallow 200   Stripe-throated Bulbul 2
  Red-rumped Swallow 2   Puff-throated Bulbul 6
  Radde's Warbler 1   Grey-eyed Bulbul 5
  Yellow-browed Warbler 3   Ashy Bulbul 4
  Eastern Crowned Warbler 3   Barn Swallow 20
  Claudia's Leaf Warbler 1   Red-rumped Swallow 250
  Davison's Leaf Warbler 6   Yellow-browed Warbler 1
  Martens's Warbler 1   Two-barred Warbler 3
  Hill Prinia 1   Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 2
  White-browed Scimitar Babbler 4   Thick-billed Warbler 1
  Coral-billed Scimitar Babbler 3   Rufescent Prinia 4
  Grey-throated Babbler 6   Plain Prinia 1
  Rufous-fronted Babbler 2   Dark-necked Tailorbird 4
  Golden Babbler 8   Large Scimitar Babbler 2
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 5   Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 12
  Yunnan Fulvetta 12   Puff-throated Babbler 6
  Streaked Wren-Babbler 3   White-crested Laughingthrush 12
  Puff-throated Babbler 4   Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrush 5
  Buff-breasted Babbler 2   Black-throated Laughingthrush 2
  White-crested Laughingthrush 4   Asian Fairy-bluebird 4
  White-necked Laughingthrush 6   Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 6
  Black-throated Laughingthrush 3   Great Myna 25
  Silver-eared Laughingthrush 2   Oriental Magpie-Robin 3
  Silver-eared Mesia 6   White-rumped Shama 5
  Oriental White-eye 5   Dark-sided Flycatcher 3
  Asian Fairy-bluebird 5   Asian Brown Flycatcher 5
  Siberian Thrush 1   Taiga Flycatcher 4
  Dark-sided Thrush 2   White-throated Rock Thrush 1
  Rufous-browed Flycatcher 3   Pied Bush Chat 2
  Rufous-bellied Niltava 1   Blue-winged Leafbird 2
  Small Niltava 3   Plain Flowerpecker 2
  White-tailed Robin 1   Olive-backed Sunbird 6
  Northern White-crowned Forktail 2   Forest Wagtail 3
  Blue Whistling Thrush 4   Grey Wagtail 1
  Taiga Flycatcher 3   Paddyfield Pipit 1
  Fire-breasted Flowerpecker 4   Olive-backed Pipit 1
  Black-throated Sunbird 6      
  Streaked Spiderhunter 6   Lat Yao Count
  Forest Wagtail 2   Lesser Whistling Duck 200
  Olive-backed Pipit 2   Asian Openbill 20
        Yellow Bittern 1
        Chinese Pond Heron 20
        Javan Pond Heron 2
        Eastern Cattle Egret 20
        Purple Heron 1
        Little Egret 10
        Black-winged Stilt 4
        Red-wattled Lapwing 20
        Whiskered Tern 1
        Rock Dove 10
        Red Turtle Dove 10
        Spotted Dove 10
        Greater Coucal 2
        Asian Koel 2
        Asian Palm Swift 4
        White-throated Kingfisher 1
        Pied Kingfisher 2
        Green Bee-eater 4
        Blue-tailed Bee-eater 2
        Black Drongo 4
        Malaysian Pied Fantail 2
        Streak-eared Bulbul 3
        Barn Swallow 10
        Dusky Warbler 2
        Great Myna 10
        Pied Myna 2
        Plain-backed Sparrow 10
        Baya Weaver 1