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Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Thailand 15/12/13

Trail B was walked first thing for quite a few hours where a new friend had attached itself to me......a leech. During the walk,  we were surprised to hear some Pittas, but despite using playback, we didn't see them.
After lunch, we looked around the Ground-Cuckoo stakeout and then walked trail C where unfortunately it was hard work, but a couple of bird waves kept us busy at times, and a Red-headed Trogon made the walk all worthwhile. During the day, my non sturdy tent gave up and was completely flattened, and the tent I had changed to had a snake in it.......brilliant.

Trail B, Khao Yai
Pale-legged Leaf Warbler - 2
Eastern Crowned Warbler - 3
White-browed Scimitar Babbler - 2
Orange-breasted Trogon - 1
Striped Tit-Babbler - 4
Abbot's Babbler - 1
Two-barred Greenish Warbler - 2
Great Hornbill - 2
Blue Pitta - 2 heard only

Pa Gluay Mai Campsite
Heart-spotted Woodpecker - 1
Orange Headed Thrush - 1
Sulphur-breasted Warbler - 1

Trail C, Khao Yai
Laced Woodpecker - 1
Red-headed Trogon - 1
Orange-breasted Trogon - 1
Blue-bearded Bee-Eater - 2
Scarlet Minivet - 1

Night Drive
Large-tailed Nightjar - 1
Common Palm Civet - 1

Red-headed Trogon
 White-browed Scimitar Babblers
 Abbot's Babbler
 Orange Headed Thrush
 Snake in the tent
My tent!!!

Leech wound

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