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Thursday, 19 December 2013

Thailand 12/12/13

The whole day was spent walking the area between 27km-31km. A whole host of species being seen with the addition of some superb scenic views. The highlight of the walk were some active Gibbons calling constantly, and with only brief glimpses it was a relief to have superb views of an adult and baby using us as target practise. At 4pm we made our way back down to Ban Krang campsite where before settling down, had a successful night drive.

Km 30-27, Kaeng Krachan
White-hooded Babbler - 5
Yellow-bellied Warbler - 1
Orchraceous Bulbul - 4
Hill Blue Flycatcher - 1
Black-throated Sunbird - 2
Rufous-fronted Babbler - 3
Chestnut-flanked White-Eye - 1 with Oriental
White-bellied Yuhina - 1
Golden Babbler - 5.......stunning
White-headed Gibbon - 2
Dusky Langur - 20

Panoen Tong Campsite
Black-winged Cuckooshrike - 3
Black-thighed Falconet - 1
Himalayan Swiftlet - 2
Crested Serpent Eagle - 1
Verditer Flycatcher - 1
Oriental Honey Buzzard - 1

km 30 - Ban Krang Campsite
White-browed Scimitar Babbler - 4
Asian Paradise Flycatcher - 1
Blue-throated Barbet - 2
Kajil Pheasant - 1
Plain-tailed Warbler - 1

Night Drive
East Asian Porcupine - 1
Common Palm Civet - 1
Collard Scops Owl - 1 h

 Golden Babbler
 Great Barbet
 Streaked Spiderhunter
 Flavescent Bulbul
 White-headed Gibbon with toddler


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