Thailand Targets: 3 - 28 January 2018






3 - 28 Jan 2018
Mostly dry, with variable cloud cover. Temperatures ranged from 6°C to 32°C.
Laem Pakarang, Mu Ko Similan National Park, Sri Phang-nga National Park, Phang-nga mangroves, Khao Phanombencha National Park, Krung Ching, Chumphon, Kaeng Krachan National Park, Pak Chong, Khao Yai National Park, Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park, Phu Suan Suan Sai National Park, Mae Wong National Park, Mae Moei National Park, Mae Ngao National Park, Doi Inthanon National Park and Chiang Saen.

With Dick Byrne. A Thailand clean-up. With Dick having birded extensively in Asia and Thailand previously, this trip targeted a small number of widely scattered species, many of which would be classified somewhere between difficult to impossible. Given the small number of targets at each locality, this trip covered a wide area with some lengthy drives.

3 Jan. Met up at Phuket airport late morning, from where we headed directly north to Khao Lak. Being the end of the New Year holiday, police at the Phuket Gateway were actually breathalysing motorists. Having passed that one, checked in and repacked for tomorrow's boat to Similan, we had a quick look at nearby Laem Pakarang, for the recently reported Crab-plover, that was surprisingly still around, plus Pacific Reef Heron, Grey Plover, Terek Sandpiper, Little Tern and Oriental Dollarbird.

4 Jan. As the simplest and most cost-effective way of reaching Nicobar Pigeon in Thailand is to participate in one of the awful, touristic snorkeling trips to the Simillan islands, we grinned and bared it. Pick up was 20 minutes later than planned, but otherwise the logistics were fine as we joined 30 other trippers on one of the ridiculously fast boats - forget about any birding en route. There appears to be a never-ending race among the companies offering these trips to see who can provide the fastest journey, so a line of boats with upward of 1,000 HP are at the jetty; covering the 80 kilometres in just over an hour. Being a snorkeling trip our first stop was at what remains of one of the reefs for a 45 minute plunge. A number of fish in evidence, but only around 20 species seen - contrasting significantly to what would have been on display several years previously.

By noon we'd arrived at the small beach of Island 4, where we joined around 300 other trippers for a beach lunch. A single Nicobar Pigeon was found at the edge of the beach. oblivious to the throngs. Having arranged an overnight stay, we walked the short trail to the main beach and checked into our small chalet. After, during the heat of the day, we climbed the trail to the highest point on the island, ostensibly for the view, but mostly to avoid the crowds. From the viewpoint both White-bellied Sea Eagle and Pied Imperial Pigeon seen. After 15:00, with the departure of all day trippers, we headed back to the small beach where at least a dozen Nicobar Pigeon were hoovering up scraps. On our return to the main beach, at least a further 15 pigeons were likewise engaged. Seems the ballooning number of tourists are supporting a significant increase in the number of Nicobar Pigeon. However, the impact on the islands and its reefs, of uncontrolled numbers of visitors, is significant. One of the local guides was lamenting that tourist numbers were totally unrestricted, and we estimated at least 2,000 people had hit the island that day. Not a trip we'd want to repeat. Trees around the camp site held a number of Island Flying-fox. Mosquitoes rather prevalent.

5 Jan. With the masses gone, a quiet night. A dawn stroll found an impressive 27 Nicobar Pigeon around the campsite, with an unexpected immature Malayan Night Heron as well as Green Imperial Pigeon and Pied Imperial Pigeon.

Malayan Night Heron
Malayan Night Heron

Nicobar Pigeon
Nicobar Pigeon

We departed the island at 13:00 with the boat scheduling another snorkeling stop off Island 8. What a sight! At least 60 boats, 200 snorkelers and probably 1,000 tourists swarming over the island. Decided to stay on the boat offshore, where a white morph Pacific Reef Heron found - scarce in Thailand. An even faster return boat ride, though it helped little as had to wait for the slower boats to arrive to fill up the mini busses for the hotel drop-off. Overnight again at Khao Lak.

Rufous-bellied Swallow
Rufous-bellied Swallow

Streak-breasted Woodpecker
Streak-breasted Woodpecker

6 Jan. A short drive to Sri Phang-nga, where we walked the Waterfall Trail in an attempt for Rufous-collared Kingfisher, that was unobliging in showing itself. Other than that Bushy-crested Hornbill heard, Lesser Fish Eagle and Thick-billed Green Pigeon. Next we continued to Phang-nga town where, after dropping bags at the hotel, visited the Queen's Garden in the very heat of the day. Unsurprisingly little seen, though a couple of Rufous-bellied Swallow did eventually turn up. A visit to the mangrove walkway on the opposite side of the highway produced the biggest surprise of the trip, in the form of a Von Schrenck's Bittern skulking in the mangrove roots, and a great find. Other mangrove patches produced a good afternoon's haul, with Chestnut-bellied Malkoha, Streak-breasted Woodpecker and Brown-winged Kingfisher. A late afternoon drive, through heavy rain, to Ao Leuk where we tried for Oriental Bay Owl - heard but stubbornly refusing to be seen; not even a twig moving. Frustrating.

7 Jan. Further heavy overnight rain, but dry by morning. Having had such a high level of success yesterday. we were either on a roll or going to hit the proverbial brick wall of mopping up targets. However, it seemed like the former when a visit to another mangrove spot amazingly produced Mangrove Pitta - a species almost impossible to find outside of the breeding season. Also Mangrove Whistler.

A return visit to Queen's Park produced nothing of note, so in the heat of the day we took a siesta before heading out once more to Ao Leuk, where again we heard, but could not connect with, Oriental Bay Owl.

8 Jan. A very early 04:20 departure for yet another attempt at Oriental Bay Owl with, unfortunately, similar results of a bird calling at close range but dense vegetation preventing any view. Brown Wood Owl, Sunda Scops Owl and Eastern Bay Owl heard pre dawn.

Drove to Krabi where we took a leisurely breakfast near the waterfront, then drove the short distance inland to Khao Phanombencha, spending the afternoon along the short river trail looking mainly at butterflies, but also fruiting trees around the campsite that produced Crested Honey Buzzard, Thick-billed Green Pigeon, Chestnut-breasted Malkoha, Silver-rumped Spinetail, Sooty Barbet, Large Woodshrike and Greater Green Leafbird. We remained in the area after dark hoping for Barred Eagle Owl, but the only nocturnal species recorded were Grey Nightjar, Sunda Scops Owl, Brown Hawk-Owl and Brown Wood Owl.

9 Jan. A four hour drive to Krung Ching, a quick lunch, then straight to the park where we slowly walked the first kilometre of the Waterfall Trail. A huge fruiting tree held a couple of the very desirable Scaly-breasted Bulbul in addition to numerous barbets, bulbuls and leafbirds. A night session along the entrance road was unsuccessful in locating Blyth's Frogmouth - surprisingly not even heard.

10 Jan. We again worked the Waterfall Trail, spending the whole morning walking the first half. Highlights were Rufous-collared Kingfisher and a single White-crowned Hornbill, as well as better views of yesterday's Scaly-breasted Bulbul. Other honourable mentions included Great Argus heard, Violet Cuckoo, Orange-breasted Trogon, Chestnut-breasted Malkoha, Blyth's Hawk-Eagle, Sooty Barbet, Dusky Broadbill and Buff-rumped Woodpecker. A short break during the heat of the afternoon, after which we headed out, driving various side roads scanning forested hillsides in the hope of finding Golden-crested Myna. After dinner we tried a totally different area for Blyth's Frogmouth, with superb views of a perched individual. Definitely a highlight.

11. Jan. An ominously overcast morning, with us starting at the viewpoint near the headquarters, in a vain hope for Golden-crested Myna, followed by a thorough check of the trees around the park headquarters, then again onto the Waterfall Trail. Our birding was however cut short with rain at 10:00 continuing until after lunch, when we tried a series of open areas outside the park but with little of interest found other than Whiskered Treeswift and a flyby Wallace's Hawk-Eagle. Rain again at 16:00 continued into the evening.

Forest Crested Lizard
Forest Crested Lizard

Banded Red Harlequin
Banded Red Harlequin

Dusky Broadbill
Dusky Broadbill

Blue Yam
Blue Yam

Vinous-breasted Starling
Vinous-breasted Starling

12 Jan. A relative lay in till 06:30, then a drive to Chumphon, arriving around midday. In a display of misplaced enthusiasm we birding the stadium area at 13:00 but, as expected, hot and birdless, so retired to town for refreshment before returning at 15:00. What was that about mad dogs and Englishmen? Of course at a sensible hour, we successfully connected with several Vinous-breasted Starling as well as a single Peregrine Falcon overhead.

13 Jan. An early start, with us boating into the mangroves at dawn. Over the next hour and a half a total of at least 50 Pale-capped Pigeon flew over in small groups, as well as a single Western Osprey.

Back on the road at 09:00 heading north to Kaeng Krachan, arriving by 14:00. So with time to spare, we decided to try the local hide where Ferruginous Partridge had been seen very intermittently over the last couple of months. No luck on that front, and only the usual suspects plus Kalij Pheasant and Green-legged Partridge of note.

Large Scimitar Babbler
Large Scimitar Babbler

Great Hornbill
Great Hornbill

Black-and-red Broadbill
Black-and-red Broadbill

14 Jan. Although a Sunday - when popular parks better avoided due to crowds - needs must, so early morning we tried the entry road for Tickelll's Brown Hornbill and Golden-crested Myna, both of which had been found in the last couple of days. Luck seemed to desert us, and try as we might, no success with either. Mid afternoon we tried Lung Sin's hide where, the main target Large Scimitar Babbler, put in a brief appearance. After dark we tried locally for Oriental Bay Owl but only discovered total silence.

15 Jan. A repeat of the yesterday morning, early along the entrance road; this time with better success in the form of a group of eight Tickell's Brown Hornbill. Unfortunately no Golden-crested Myna despite the fruiting trees still looking good, so we headed up the mountain, where responsive, but very hard to glimpse Bar-backed Partridge kept us entertained for a good hour. A return to lower levels, with Blue Pitta heard but not seen. Late afternoon again at fruiting trees, with excellent close Great Hornbill, but dipped again on the myna - a very frustrating bird, though not nearly as frustrating as Oriental Bay Owl which was again heard during an evening foray but stubbornly refused to show itself.

16 Jan. Started the day, pre-breakfast with yet another attempt for Oriental Bay Owl, but not even heard, followed by another session along the park entrance road in search of the elusive Golden-crested Myna, which remained so. However, during the morning we had great success in searching for Blue Pitta with an excellent male seen well. In the heat of the day a couple of hours hide session, in the vague hope of Eared Pitta, then back to the park for yet another unsuccessful hunt for Golden-crested Myna.

17 Jan. A final, seventh, attempt for Oriental Bay Owl was again unfruitful so immediately after breakfast we set off toward Khao Yai. We had originally planned a short stop around Ratchaburi to look for Rain Quail, but recent news told of no habitat due to the water level of the lake flooding all adjacent habitat. So instead we decided to try an area near Pak Chong, where also water levels were high, but at least some habitat remained.

This was astonishingly successful with more than 30 Rain Quail found in the heat of the day, presumably mainly on account of the limited habitat having a higher than usual density of birds. Flushed with success, mid afternoon we hit Khao Yai for a short while, but little seen. We visited the park visitor centre to enquire of any recent sightings of Coral-billed Ground Cuckoo. Amazingly, the staff informed us of a recent sighting along the Khao Khieo road.

18 Jan. Full with anticipation we were the first customers at the entrance gate to Khao Yai at 06:00, paid the steep 400 Baht entrance fee and headed straight to the Khao Khieo road, where we birded the lower sections of road.

However, no sign of either the ground cuckoo or Blue Pitta. We then chanced into a couple of photographers who informed us that indeed ground cuckoos had been seen, but behind the toilet block several kilometres away. Somehow the visitor centre staff had gotten their information mixed up. So, legging it as fast as possible over to the campsite, we joined a melee of photographers descending on the spot and erected our hide. After a short wait, not one, but three Coral-billed Ground Cuckoo were attracted to this spot with excellent views given. Even better, a subsequent hunt around the campsite produced three Golden-crested Myna, the species that had eluded us so well in Kaeng Krachan. This was turning into a splendid day.

Coral-billed Ground Cuckoo
Coral-billed Ground Cuckoo

Blue Pitta
Blue Pitta

After a quick lunch at the campsite restaurant, we headed back to the Khao Khieo road where a Blue Pitta had apparently been staked out by photographers. And as luck would have it, after only 20 minutes a female Blue Pitta hopped into view, posing for photos. What a day.

Golden-crested Myna
Golden-crested Myna

19 Jan, A lengthy drive north to Phu Hin Rong Kla near Phetchabun, arriving by midday. Jerdon's Bush Chat is regular here, but today was incredibly obliging, with a pair found within a minute or two of our arrival. Having so easily achieved our target we then opted to spend the rest of the afternoon wandering around the general area finding a further three Jerdon's Bush Chat plus Burmese Shrike, Cook's Swift, Grey-backed Shrike, Dusky Crag Martin, at least 200 Nepal House Martin and Chestnut-capped Babbler. Overnight at Lomsak.

20 Jan. Drove to Phu Suan Sai where, during the morning, a couple of pairs of Rufous-throated Fulvetta found. A walk of the loop Nature Trail didn't produce much at all, but the morning's tally included Speckled Piculet, Bay Woodpecker, Great Iora, Grey-backed Shrike, Sulphur-breasted Warbler, White-tailed Robin and Plain Flowerpecker. After a quick fried rice at the small, park restaurant, in the heat of the day, we decided to visit our pre-booked accommodation. Here however, we discovered from a visiting guest that this evening they'd planned a large noisy party, and he recommended finding other accommodation if we were thinking of sleeping. Without the owner present to talk to, and having found our only major target, we decided to cut our losses and simply to start driving to the next site; Mae Wong. A five hour drive, in the remaining light took us as far as Kamphaeng Phet, where we easily found roadside accommodation.

21 Jan. A further hour or so to Mae Wong, from where we continued to the top at Chong Yen. As a Sunday the campsite was packed, but fortunately no photographers were at attendance at the Grey Peacock-Pheasant stakeout, so having spoken to the ranger we headed straight to the spot. Well, today it was ridiculously easy, with a female Grey Peacock-Pheasant emerging from the forest with 15 seconds of us arriving. Other birds present included White-necked Laughingthrush, Black-throated Laughingthrush, Buff-breasted Babbler and Hill Blue Flycatcher. Having taken a bunch of photos, spent the rest of the morning and early afternoon birding the stretch of road, for several kilometres, downward of Chong Yen.

Grey Peacock-Pheasant
Grey Peacock-Pheasant

A nice mix, with Kailij Pheasant, Red-headed Trogon, Great Hornbill, Long-tailed Broadbill, Rosy Minivet, Clicking Shrike-babbler, Maroon Oriole, Common Green Magpie, Olive Bulbul, Sulphur-breasted Warbler, Red-billed Scimitar Babbler and Spot-necked Babbler. Not the hoped-for Burmese Yuhina though, that has not been recorded here for a couple of years now. Back to Khlong Lan where, again following a mix-up over pre-booked accommodation locally, we returned to Kamphaeng Phet.

22 Jan. Having been driving the past couple of days with an engine warning light, a brief stop firstly at the vehicle service centre in Tak. Replacement of the fuel filter solved the issues and by 09:00 back on the road heading westward toward the Burma border. At Mae Salit we checked into about the only reasonable accommodation before heading into Mae Moei. This off-the-beaten track site offers the possibility of finding Rufous-headed Parrotbill, but does require a couple of days of time in the itinerary, hence rarely visited. We started at the usual area for searching for parrotbills, only to discover, in common with many areas of northern Thailand, that the recent bamboo die-off had left large areas now unsuitable for parrotbills. So the remainder of the afternoon spent working other sections on the road through the park searching for suitable habitat. Perseverance paid off with eventually both Pale-billed Parrotbill and Rufous-headed Parrotbill, though only a single bird of each.

23 Jan. A rather noisy night of local festivities. Departed early, to drive north to Mae Ngao. Fog did not lift fully till 10:00, but early birding well rewarded with Black Baza, Rufous-winged Buzzard, White-rumped Falcon, Crested Treeswift, Black-headed Woodpecker, Grey-headed Parakeet, Burmese Nuthatch and Red-billed Blue Magpie. A five hour drive to Doi Inthanon, with the last hour of light around the summit, but nothing of note found.

24 Jan. As often at Inthanon, a start at the summit just after dawn, as the sun rises and warms the trees. Surprisingly warm for January with a temperature of 6°C, rather than the usual sub-zero. Our main target here was Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker, a species erratically seen in this vicinity, but as luck would have it, we managed two birds this morning plus a couple of Yellow-browed Tit. Moving lower, the remainder of the day spent around mid elevations but little of note recorded. Rather quiet for the time of year.

25 Jan. Early morning at the summit again, with good views of Ashy Wood Pigeon, then onto the boardwalk with a close Dark-sided Thrush.

Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker
Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker

Mid morning we again moved to mid elevations with a couple of surprises in the form of Grey-headed Woodpecker and Sapphire Flycatcher, both rarely found here. Afternoon around Km 34 disappointing, so headed down to lower levels where rewarded with Collared Falconet, Black-headed Woodpecker and Rufous Treepie heard.

26 Jan, A tedious six hour drive to Chiang Saen, lunch on the Mekong, then to the hides at Nam Kham, but only Dusky Warbler present, plus a brief visit by a female Jerdon's Bush Chat. Late afternoon at the lake was interesting, with a Chinese Francolin flying across the road before we'd even arrived. At the lake, Common Shelduck, Ruddy Shelduck, Garganey, Common Pochard, Tufted Duck and Ferruginous Duck in good numbers. Late afternoon we scanned fields, eventually just before dusk, finding at least two Chinese Francolin feeding - the main target here.

27 Jan. Most of the morning spent in fields, scrub and paddies around Chiang Saen. As this habitat changes all the time based on agriculture, clearance and disturbance it's mostly pot luck as to what one finds. This morning was excellent with a great selection of difficult birds such as Paddyfield Warbler, Yellow-breasted Bunting, Black-faced Bunting and Brown-cheeked Rail. Also Temminck's Stint, Eurasian Wryneck, Burmese Shrike, Horsfield's Bush Lark, Sand Martin and Bluethroat. A second visit to the hides pretty much as yesterday, as was a revisit to the lake where few ducks remained. Finished the day with a visit to the harrier roost, with around 300 Pied Harrier, 100 Eastern Marsh Harrier and a couple of Western Marsh Harrier.

Brown-cheeked Rail
Brown-cheeked Rail

Paddyfield Warbler
Paddyfield Warbler

28 Jan. Another visit to the hides first, but again poor, as was another scan of the lake. Afternoon return to Chiang Mai. In all, a highly successful trip, finding a much greater percentage of targets than originally expected.

Species List

  Laem Pakarang Count   Mu Ko Similan Count
  Chinese Pond Heron 2   Malayan Night Heron 1
  Eastern Cattle Egret 2   Chinese Pond Heron 1
  Great Egret 1   Pacific Reef Heron 4
  Intermediate Egret 1   Western Osprey 1
  Little Egret 4   Brahminy Kite 2
  Pacific Reef Heron 3   White-bellied Sea Eagle 3
  Crab-plover 1   White-breasted Waterhen 2
  Grey Plover 5   Common Tern 4
  Lesser Sand Plover 30   Nicobar Pigeon 42
  Greater Sand Plover 10   Green Imperial Pigeon 5
  Whimbrel 4   Pied Imperial Pigeon 14
  Ruddy Turnstone 20   Asian Koel 6
  Red-necked Stint 1   Oriental Dollarbird 1
  Terek Sandpiper 35   Collared Kingfisher 1
  Greater Crested Tern 10   Oriental Pied Hornbill 2
  Little Tern 1   Black-naped Oriole 1
  Spotted Dove 3   Common Hill Myna 6
  Greater Coucal 1   Common Myna 2
  Asian Koel 1   Olive-backed Sunbird 2
  Germain's Swiftlet 10      
  Oriental Dollarbird 1   Sri Phang-nga Count
  White-throated Kingfisher 1   Chinese Pond Heron 17
  Chestnut-headed Bee-eater 2   Western Osprey 1
  Lineated Barbet 2   Lesser Fish Eagle 2
  Common Iora 1   Thick-billed Green Pigeon 2
  Black Drongo 1   Rufous-collared Kingfisher 1
  Large-billed Crow 1   Bushy-crested Hornbill 4
  Yellow-vented Bulbul 4   Red-throated Barbet 2
  Pacific Swallow 2   Blue-eared Barbet 2
  Common Tailorbird 1   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 2
  Common Myna 6   Ochraceous Bulbul 4
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 2   Hairy-backed Bulbul 2
  Olive-backed Sunbird 4   Baker's Bulbul 2
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 2   Yellow-bellied Warbler 3
        Eastern Crowned Warbler 2
  Phang-nga area Count   Dark-necked Tailorbird 6
  Von Schrenck's Bittern 1   Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 4
  Chinese Pond Heron 1   Brown-cheeked Fulvetta 4
  Little Egret 1   White-rumped Shama 2
  Little Cormorant 1      
  Brahminy Kite 10   Ao Leuk Count
  Common Sandpiper 1   Spotted Dove 5
  Rock Dove 10   Greater Coucal 2
  Spotted Dove 17   Eastern Barn Owl 1
  Greater Coucal 4   Oriental Bay Owl 1
  Chestnut-bellied Malkoha 1   Brown Wood Owl 2
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 1   Sunda Scops Owl 1
  Eastern Barn Owl 1   Germain's Swiftlet 10
  Oriental Bay Owl 1   Large-billed Crow 2
  Brown Wood Owl 2   Rufous-bellied Swallow 5
  Germain's Swiftlet 30   Blue Whistling Thrush 2
  Asian Palm Swift 1      
  House Swift 4   Krung Ching Count
  Indian Roller 1   Great Argus 1
  Brown-winged Kingfisher 3   Striated Heron 2
  Black-capped Kingfisher 1   Crested Serpent Eagle 3
  Collared Kingfisher 2   Blyth's Hawk-Eagle 3
  Blue-tailed Bee-eater 2   Wallace's Hawk-Eagle 2
  Blue-eared Barbet 2   Common Emerald Dove 4
  Coppersmith Barbet 1   Thick-billed Green Pigeon 50
  Streak-breasted Woodpecker 2   Greater Coucal 4
  Mangrove Pitta 1   Raffles's Malkoha 4
  Golden-bellied Gerygone 3   Chestnut-breasted Malkoha 1
  Common Iora 2   Black-bellied Malkoha 1
  Mangrove Whistler 3   Asian Koel 1
  Brown Shrike 1   Violet Cuckoo 2
  Black Drongo 1   Banded Bay Cuckoo 2
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 4   Plaintive Cuckoo 4
  Large-billed Crow 4   Square-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo 1
  Yellow-vented Bulbul 3   Sunda Scops Owl 2
  Streak-eared Bulbul 1   Blyth's Frogmouth 2
  Barn Swallow 4   Whiskered Treeswift 3
  Pacific Swallow 23   Germain's Swiftlet 50
  Red-rumped Swallow 10   Orange-breasted Trogon 1
  Rufous-bellied Swallow 20   Oriental Dollarbird 2
  Arctic Warbler 3   Rufous-collared Kingfisher 1
  Sakhalin Leaf Warbler 4   Banded Kingfisher 2
  Eastern Crowned Warbler 2   White-throated Kingfisher 2
  Common Tailorbird 1   White-crowned Hornbill 1
  Ashy Tailorbird 10   Wreathed Hornbill 2
  Asian Glossy Starling 2   Golden-whiskered Barbet 8
  Common Myna 13   Red-throated Barbet 10
  Blue Whistling Thrush 2   Blue-eared Barbet 20
  Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 2   Sooty Barbet 12
  Brown-throated Sunbird 1   Buff-rumped Woodpecker 2
  Olive-backed Sunbird 2   Common Kestrel 1
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 4   Vernal Hanging Parrot 20
  Eastern Yellow Wagtail 1   Black-and-yellow Broadbill 4
  Paddyfield Pipit 3   Dusky Broadbill 5
        Golden-bellied Gerygone 1
  Chumphon Count   Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike 6
  Asian Openbill 80   Large Woodshrike 1
  Great Egret 6   Common Iora 1
  Little Egret 15   Green Iora 3
  Little Cormorant 300   Great Iora 1
  Western Osprey 1   Swinhoe's Minivet 20
  Whimbrel 20   Fiery Minivet 5
  Common Sandpiper 1   Brown Shrike 3
  Rock Dove 100   Dark-throated Oriole 3
  Pale-capped Pigeon 52   Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 2
  Spotted Dove 13   Black-naped Monarch 1
  Zebra Dove 4   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1
  Asian Koel 2   Black-headed Bulbul 2
  Germain's Swiftlet 220   Black-crested Bulbul 3
  White-throated Kingfisher 1   Scaly-breasted Bulbul 2
  Collared Kingfisher 3   Stripe-throated Bulbul 2
  Common Kingfisher 1   Yellow-vented Bulbul 2
  Blue-tailed Bee-eater 30   Asian Red-eyed Bulbul 4
  Lineated Barbet 1   Ochraceous Bulbul 2
  Coppersmith Barbet 1   Hairy-backed Bulbul 6
  Peregrine Falcon 1   Baker's Bulbul 12
  Golden-bellied Gerygone 2   Barn Swallow 200
  Black-naped Oriole 2   Eastern Crowned Warbler 2
  Black Drongo 6   Common Tailorbird 1
  Eastern Jungle Crow 1   Dark-necked Tailorbird 4
  Streak-eared Bulbul 4   Chestnut-winged Babbler 6
  Barn Swallow 4   Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 6
  Sakhalin Leaf Warbler 3   Fluffy-backed Tit-Babbler 2
  Great Myna 6   Puff-throated Babbler 3
  Common Myna 20   Black-capped Babbler 2
  Vinous-breasted Starling 5   Asian Fairy-bluebird 4
  Pied Myna 2   Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 1
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 2   Common Myna 4
  Asian Brown Flycatcher 1   Oriental Magpie-Robin 1
  Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 2   White-rumped Shama 2
  Brown-throated Sunbird 3   Asian Brown Flycatcher 2
  Olive-backed Sunbird 2   Chinese Blue Flycatcher 1
  Eurasian Tree Sparrow 10   Greater Green Leafbird 3
  Scaly-breasted Munia 4   Lesser Green Leafbird 1
  Paddyfield Pipit 2   Orange-bellied Flowerpecker 4
        Brown-throated Sunbird 5
  Kaeng Krachan Count   Little Spiderhunter 3
  Bar-backed Partridge 4   Grey-breasted Spiderhunter 4
  Green-legged Partridge 8   Grey Wagtail 1
  Red Junglefowl 12      
  Kalij Pheasant 6   Khao Yai Count
  Grey Peacock-Pheasant 6   Red Junglefowl 14
  Chinese Pond Heron 4   Crested Serpent Eagle 1
  Little Egret 2   Red-wattled Lapwing 4
  Oriental Honey Buzzard 1   Spotted Dove 10
  Crested Serpent Eagle 3   Barred Cuckoo-Dove 2
  Rufous-bellied Eagle 1   Thick-billed Green Pigeon 2
  Black Eagle 1   Mountain Imperial Pigeon 3
  Crested Goshawk 2   Greater Coucal 2
  White-breasted Waterhen 1   Coral-billed Ground Cuckoo 2
  Red-wattled Lapwing 6   Green-billed Malkoha 4
  Spotted Dove 4   Asian Koel 2
  Common Emerald Dove 6   Collared Owlet 4
  Zebra Dove 1   Brown Hawk-Owl 1
  Thick-billed Green Pigeon 60   Large-tailed Nightjar 1
  White-bellied Green Pigeon 3   Asian Palm Swift 6
  Mountain Imperial Pigeon 1   Indian Roller 2
  Greater Coucal 2   Chestnut-headed Bee-eater 6
  Asian Koel 1   Great Hornbill 2
  Banded Bay Cuckoo 4   Oriental Pied Hornbill 14
  Plaintive Cuckoo 1   Wreathed Hornbill 4
  Square-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo 1   Green-eared Barbet 4
  Large Hawk-Cuckoo 2   Heart-spotted Woodpecker 1
  Oriental Bay Owl 1   Greater Yellownape 2
  Collared Scops Owl 2   Greater Flameback 4
  Brown Wood Owl 2   Vernal Hanging Parrot 6
  Asian Barred Owlet 2   Long-tailed Broadbill 10
  Brown Hawk-Owl 1   Blue Pitta 1
  Large-tailed Nightjar 4   Ashy Woodswallow 12
  Grey-rumped Treeswift 4   Black-winged Cuckooshrike 2
  Germain's Swiftlet 15   Swinhoe's Minivet 5
  Brown-backed Needletail 40   Scarlet Minivet 4
  Asian Palm Swift 5   Brown Shrike 2
  Orange-breasted Trogon 3   White-bellied Erpornis 2
  Indian Roller 2   Black-naped Oriole 1
  Oriental Dollarbird 1   Ashy Drongo 6
  White-throated Kingfisher 3   Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 1
  Black-capped Kingfisher 2   Black-naped Monarch 4
  Common Kingfisher 1   Common Green Magpie 1
  Blue-bearded Bee-eater 2   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1
  Great Hornbill 4   Sultan Tit 2
  Oriental Pied Hornbill 20   Black-crested Bulbul 10
  Tickell's Brown Hornbill 9   Puff-throated Bulbul 10
  Wreathed Hornbill 3   Grey-eyed Bulbul 5
  Great Barbet 2   Barn Swallow 4
  Lineated Barbet 2   Asian House Martin 2
  Green-eared Barbet 6   Yellow-browed Warbler 4
  Blue-throated Barbet 4   Two-barred Warbler 3
  Blue-eared Barbet 12   Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 4
  Coppersmith Barbet 3   Sulphur-breasted Warbler 1
  Heart-spotted Woodpecker 2   Large Scimitar Babbler 2
  Greater Yellownape 2   Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 4
  Greater Flameback 6   Abbott's Babbler 2
  Bay Woodpecker 2   Puff-throated Babbler 4
  Black-thighed Falconet 5   White-crested Laughingthrush 12
  Vernal Hanging Parrot 12   Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrush 6
  Black-and-red Broadbill 2   Asian Fairy-bluebird 4
  Black-and-yellow Broadbill 3   Golden-crested Myna 3
  Blue Pitta 2   Common Hill Myna 20
  Large Woodshrike 2   Orange-headed Thrush 1
  Ashy Woodswallow 3   Eyebrowed Thrush 6
  Common Iora 2   White-rumped Shama 2
  Great Iora 1   Asian Brown Flycatcher 2
  Black-winged Cuckooshrike 2   Hainan Blue Flycatcher 1
  Swinhoe's Minivet 1   Verditer Flycatcher 4
  Blyth's Shrike-babbler 2   Siberian Blue Robin 1
  Slender-billed Oriole 2   Blue-winged Leafbird 2
  Black-naped Oriole 4   Buff-bellied Flowerpecker 3
  Black-hooded Oriole 2   Paddyfield Pipit 2
  Black Drongo 4      
  Ashy Drongo 6   Pak Chong Count
  Bronzed Drongo 2   Rain Quail 30
  Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 12   Little Grebe 2
  Malaysian Pied Fantail 2   Eastern Cattle Egret 2
  Black-naped Monarch 6   Great Egret 4
  Blyth's Paradise Flycatcher 2   Little Egret 2
  Racket-tailed Treepie 5   Black-winged Kite 1
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 2   Eastern Marsh Harrier 1
  Sultan Tit 6   Barred Buttonquail 6
  Black-headed Bulbul 20   Black-winged Stilt 10
  Black-crested Bulbul 10   Pacific Golden Plover 6
  Stripe-throated Bulbul 5   Common Snipe 1
  Flavescent Bulbul 2   Wood Sandpiper 2
  Streak-eared Bulbul 8   Spotted Dove 5
  Ochraceous Bulbul 6   Zebra Dove 3
  Baker's Bulbul 6   Greater Coucal 1
  Ashy Bulbul 3   Indian Roller 2
  Barn Swallow 15   Common Kingfisher 1
  Red-rumped Swallow 2   Ashy Woodswallow 2
  Yellow-browed Warbler 2   Brown Shrike 2
  Two-barred Warbler 4   Black Drongo 10
  Pale-legged Leaf Warbler 4   Eastern Jungle Crow 2
  Eastern Crowned Warbler 2   Oriental Skylark 3
  Sulphur-breasted Warbler 1   Barn Swallow 2
  Dark-necked Tailorbird 6   Dusky Warbler 1
  Large Scimitar Babbler 2   Oriental Reed Warbler 2
  White-browed Scimitar Babbler 1   Golden-headed Cisticola 6
  Rufous-fronted Babbler 6   Pied Myna 4
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 10   Bluethroat 1
  Brown-cheeked Fulvetta 4   Stejneger's Stonechat 2
  Collared Babbler 5   Pied Bush Chat 3
  Abbott's Babbler 2   Eastern Yellow Wagtail 2
  Puff-throated Babbler 8   Richard's Pipit 3
  White-crested Laughingthrush 4   Paddyfield Pipit 8
  Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrush 6      
  Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush 10   Phu Hin Rong Kla Count
  Asian Fairy-bluebird 8   Cook's Swift 3
  Velvet-fronted Nuthatch 1   Blue-bearded Bee-eater 1
  Common Hill Myna 2   Great Barbet 2
  Grey-sided Thrush 1   Blue-throated Barbet 1
  Eyebrowed Thrush 2   Brown Shrike 4
  White-rumped Shama 4   Burmese Shrike 1
  Dark-sided Flycatcher 1   Grey-backed Shrike 2
  Asian Brown Flycatcher 6   Hair-crested Drongo 6
  Rufous-browed Flycatcher 2   Eastern Jungle Crow 2
  Hainan Blue Flycatcher 1   Sooty-headed Bulbul 6
  Hill Blue Flycatcher 1   Puff-throated Bulbul 3
  Tickell's Blue Flycatcher 3   Barn Swallow 10
  Chinese Blue Flycatcher 5   Dusky Crag Martin 2
  Verditer Flycatcher 2   Nepal House Martin 200
  Siberian Blue Robin 10   Dusky Warbler 1
  Blue Whistling Thrush 2   Buff-throated Warbler 3
  Taiga Flycatcher 4   Radde's Warbler 1
  Blue-winged Leafbird 6   Yellow-browed Warbler 4
  Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 2   Davison's Leaf Warbler 1
  Olive-backed Sunbird 2   Hill Prinia 4
  Grey-breasted Spiderhunter 1   Grey-breasted Prinia 4
        Chestnut-capped Babbler 2
  Phu Suan Sai Count   Common Myna 10
  Asian Palm Swift 20   Taiga Flycatcher 1
  Red-headed Trogon 1   Blue Rock Thrush 1
  Great Barbet 2   Pied Bush Chat 6
  Blue-throated Barbet 2   Jerdon's Bush Chat 5
  Speckled Piculet 1   Streaked Spiderhunter 1
  Bay Woodpecker 1   Paddyfield Pipit 1
  Great Iora 1      
  Grey-backed Shrike 1   Mae Wong Count
  White-bellied Erpornis 2   Kalij Pheasant 3
  Blyth's Shrike-babbler 1   Grey Peacock-Pheasant 4
  Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo 1   Chinese Pond Heron 1
  White-throated Fantail 2   Oriental Honey Buzzard 1
  Grey Treepie 2   Crested Serpent Eagle 2
  Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1   Shikra 1
  Black-crested Bulbul 10   Red-wattled Lapwing 2
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 5   Mountain Imperial Pigeon 4
  Flavescent Bulbul 4   Greater Coucal 3
  Puff-throated Bulbul 5   Banded Bay Cuckoo 2
  Grey-eyed Bulbul 6   Asian Palm Swift 20
  Yellow-bellied Warbler 4   Red-headed Trogon 3
  Radde's Warbler 2   Blue-bearded Bee-eater 2
  Yellow-browed Warbler 4   Great Hornbill 3
  Sulphur-breasted Warbler 2   Great Barbet 5
  Martens's Warbler 1   Golden-throated Barbet 3
  Golden Babbler 4   Blue-throated Barbet 10
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 6   Bay Woodpecker 3
  Rufous-throated Fulvetta 4   Long-tailed Broadbill 2
  Brown-cheeked Fulvetta 6   Ashy Woodswallow 2
  Yunnan Fulvetta 4   Large Cuckooshrike 1
  Buff-breasted Babbler 6   Rosy Minivet 20
  Chestnut-flanked White-eye 1   White-bellied Erpornis 2
  Oriental White-eye 6   Clicking Shrike-babbler 1
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 1   Maroon Oriole 3
  White-rumped Shama 1   Ashy Drongo 3
  Hill Blue Flycatcher 4   Hair-crested Drongo 20
  Verditer Flycatcher 2   White-throated Fantail 1
  White-tailed Robin 1   Common Green Magpie 4
  Taiga Flycatcher 1   Grey Treepie 3
  Little Pied Flycatcher 1   Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher 1
  Plain Flowerpecker 1   Black-crested Bulbul 6
  Ruby-cheeked Sunbird 2   Flavescent Bulbul 15
  Black-throated Sunbird 4   Olive Bulbul 4
  Little Spiderhunter 3   Mountain Bulbul 4
        Barn Swallow 4
  Mae Moei Count   Asian House Martin 20
  Common Emerald Dove 4   Striated Swallow 12
  Square-tailed Drongo-Cuckoo 2   Yellow-browed Warbler 5
  Large Hawk-Cuckoo 1   Claudia's Leaf Warbler 1
  Asian Barred Owlet 3   Davison's Leaf Warbler 6
  Brown Hawk-Owl 1   Sulphur-breasted Warbler 2
  Himalayan Swiftlet 10   Martens's Warbler 3
  Blue-throated Barbet 6   Thick-billed Warbler 1
  Coppersmith Barbet 1   Large Scimitar Babbler 2
  Bamboo Woodpecker 1   White-browed Scimitar Babbler 4
  Vernal Hanging Parrot 3   Red-billed Scimitar Babbler 3
  Scarlet Minivet 2   Grey-throated Babbler 2
  Ashy Drongo 4   Spot-necked Babbler 4
  Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo 2   Golden Babbler 4
  Hair-crested Drongo 10   Yunnan Fulvetta 6
  Black-naped Monarch 2   Streaked Wren-Babbler 1
  Eastern Jungle Crow 1   Buff-breasted Babbler 10
  Black-crested Bulbul 4   White-necked Laughingthrush 20
  Olive Bulbul 10   Black-throated Laughingthrush 10
  Yellow-browed Warbler 4   Silver-eared Laughingthrush 2
  Rufescent Prinia 2   Striated Yuhina 15
  White-browed Scimitar Babbler 2   Oriental White-eye 6
  Pin-striped Tit-Babbler 4   Common Myna 10
  Brown-cheeked Fulvetta 3   White-rumped Shama 1
  Collared Babbler 4   Hill Blue Flycatcher 1
  Pale-billed Parrotbill 2   Verditer Flycatcher 2
  Rufous-headed Parrotbill 1   Northern White-crowned Forktail 2
  Hill Blue Flycatcher 2   Blue Whistling Thrush 2
  Plain Flowerpecker 3   Taiga Flycatcher 2
  Little Spiderhunter 2   Blue Rock Thrush 1
  Streaked Spiderhunter 2   Orange-bellied Leafbird 2
  Grey Wagtail 2   Mrs. Gould's Sunbird 2
        Black-throated Sunbird 4
  Mae Ngao Count   Little Spiderhunter 2
  Black Baza 1   Streaked Spiderhunter 2
  Rufous-winged Buzzard 1   Grey Wagtail 3
  Thick-billed Green Pigeon 2   Olive-backed Pipit 4
  Large Hawk-Cuckoo 1      
  Asian Barred Owlet 1   Doi Inthanon Count
  Crested Treeswift 5   Rufous-throated Partridge 2
  Indian Roller 2   Green-legged Partridge 2
  Lineated Barbet 1   Speckled Wood Pigeon 15
  Coppersmith Barbet 1   Ashy Wood Pigeon 12
  Greater Yellownape 2   Spotted Dove 10
  Black-headed Woodpecker 2   Mountain Scops Owl 1
  Common Flameback 2   Asian Barred Owlet 2
  White-rumped Falcon 2   Great Barbet 2
  Grey-headed Parakeet 24   Lineated Barbet 1
  Ashy Woodswallow 4   Golden-throated Barbet 6
  Black Drongo 1   Black-headed Woodpecker 4
  Hair-crested Drongo 10   Grey-headed Woodpecker 1
  Greater Racket-tailed Drongo 2   Bay Woodpecker 1
  Black-naped Monarch 1   Collared Falconet 2
  Eurasian Jay 2   Long-tailed Broadbill 3
  Red-billed Blue Magpie 6   Grey-chinned Minivet 1
  Eastern Jungle Crow 2   Brown Shrike 1
  Thick-billed Warbler 1   Blyth's Shrike-babbler 2
  Burmese Nuthatch 1   Clicking Shrike-babbler 2
  Taiga Flycatcher 1   Maroon Oriole 4
  Olive-backed Pipit 10   Black Drongo 3
        Bronzed Drongo 2
  Chiang Saen Count   Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo 3
  Lesser Whistling Duck 800   Black-naped Monarch 1
  Common Shelduck 1   Eurasian Jay 2
  Ruddy Shelduck 6   Red-billed Blue Magpie 4
  Garganey 80   Rufous Treepie 2
  Indian Spot-billed Duck 120   Eastern Jungle Crow 1
  Northern Pintail 2   Yellow-bellied Fantail 4
  Common Pochard 2   Yellow-browed Tit 2
  Ferruginous Duck 48   Japanese Tit 2
  Tufted Duck 1   Yellow-cheeked Tit 6
  Chinese Francolin 8   Striated Bulbul 4
  Little Grebe 20   Red-whiskered Bulbul 2
  Asian Openbill 150   Sooty-headed Bulbul 2
  Chinese Pond Heron 3   Flavescent Bulbul 5
  Grey Heron 4   Mountain Bulbul 6
  Purple Heron 2   Black Bulbul 2
  Great Egret 30   Pygmy Wren-babbler 4
  Intermediate Egret 4   Mountain Tailorbird 4
  Little Egret 120   Slaty-bellied Tesia 2
  Great Cormorant 2   Buff-throated Warbler 6
  Western Osprey 1   Ashy-throated Warbler 6
  Black-winged Kite 2   Hume's Leaf Warbler 4
  Shikra 1   Blyth's Leaf Warbler 5
  Western Marsh Harrier 2   Claudia's Leaf Warbler 4
  Eastern Marsh Harrier 100   Davison's Leaf Warbler 15
  Pied Harrier 300   Martens's Warbler 2
  Brown-cheeked Rail 3   Hill Prinia 4
  White-breasted Waterhen 6   Golden Babbler 6
  Ruddy-breasted Crake 2   Rufous-winged Fulvetta 5
  Grey-headed Swamphen 30   Yunnan Fulvetta 20
  Common Moorhen 2   White-necked Laughingthrush 12
  Eurasian Coot 222   Silver-eared Laughingthrush 4
  Black-winged Stilt 100   Bar-throated Minla 12
  Eastern Little Ringed Plover 5   Silver-eared Mesia 5
  Temminck's Stint 2   Dark-backed Sibia 6
  Common Snipe 20   Chestnut-flanked White-eye 5
  Wood Sandpiper 30   Oriental White-eye 4
  Spotted Redshank 40   Dark-sided Thrush 1
  Common Greenshank 2   Grey-sided Thrush 1
  Rock Dove 10   Eyebrowed Thrush 10
  Red Turtle Dove 5   White-gorgeted Flycatcher 1
  Spotted Dove 10   Large Niltava 3
  Zebra Dove 5   Northern White-crowned Forktail 2
  Greater Coucal 10   Blue Whistling Thrush 4
  Asian Koel 2   Slaty-backed Flycatcher 4
  Plaintive Cuckoo 3   Snowy-browed Flycatcher 1
  Asian Palm Swift 2   Little Pied Flycatcher 1
  White-throated Kingfisher 3   Ultramarine Flycatcher 1
  Common Kingfisher 6   Sapphire Flycatcher 1
  Green Bee-eater 15   Pied Bush Chat 1
  Lineated Barbet 3   Golden-fronted Leafbird 1
  Coppersmith Barbet 2   Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker 2
  Eurasian Wryneck 1   Fire-breasted Flowerpecker 4
  Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker 1   Mrs. Gould's Sunbird 15
  Common Kestrel 1   Green-tailed Sunbird 6
  Ashy Woodswallow 25   Black-throated Sunbird 6
  Common Iora 2   Streaked Spiderhunter 2
  Brown Shrike 2   Eurasian Tree Sparrow 10
  Burmese Shrike 3   Olive-backed Pipit 6
  Long-tailed Shrike 4   Common Rosefinch 1
  Black Drongo 15      
  Racket-tailed Treepie 2      
  Horsfield's Bush Lark 4      
  Sooty-headed Bulbul 15      
  Streak-eared Bulbul 2      
  Sand Martin 4      
  Barn Swallow 80      
  Dusky Warbler 10      
  Yellow-browed Warbler 2      
  Two-barred Warbler 1      
  Oriental Reed Warbler 3      
  Black-browed Reed Warbler 1      
  Paddyfield Warbler 1      
  Thick-billed Warbler 2      
  Baikal Bush Warbler 4      
  Pallas's Grasshopper Warbler 6      
  Striated Grassbird 4      
  Yellow-bellied Prinia 3      
  Common Tailorbird 2      
  Chestnut-capped Babbler 2      
  Puff-throated Babbler 1      
  Great Myna 400      
  Common Myna 26      
  Black-collared Starling 10      
  Pied Myna 2      
  Chestnut-tailed Starling 250      
  Oriental Magpie-Robin 1      
  Bluethroat 8      
  Siberian Rubythroat 1      
  Taiga Flycatcher 1      
  Stejneger's Stonechat 12      
  Pied Bush Chat 15      
  Jerdon's Bush Chat 1      
  Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker 1      
  Baya Weaver 500      
  Red Avadavat 4      
  White-rumped Munia 4      
  Scaly-breasted Munia 120      
  Chestnut Munia 12      
  Citrine Wagtail 4      
  White Wagtail 6      
  Richard's Pipit 4      
  Paddyfield Pipit 1      
  Yellow-breasted Bunting 5      
  Black-faced Bunting 2