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Report birding 10th-17th Jan. 2014 Thailand

 Our guest, Mr. Walter Backmann and Mr. Walter Fuchs from Switzerland 8days at Khao Yai NP. > Spoonbill Sandpiper > Kaeng Krachan NP.  Thailand  

Bird list                                                                                   Mammal list 
Mynas and Starlings                                                           1. Asian Elephant (6)
1. White – vented Myna                                                      2. Peliated Gibbon
2. Common Myna                                                               3. White - handed Gibbon
3. Chestnut – tailed Starling                                                4. Black Giant Squirrel
4. Golden – crested Myna                                                   5. Grey - bellied Squirrel
5. Common Hill Myna                                                          6. Variabled Squirrel
6. Asian Pied Starling                                                          7. Ground Squirrel
7. Black – collared Starling                                                  8. Eastern Striped Squirrel
Sunbirds                                                                              9. Northern Pig - tailed Macaque
1. Olive – backed Sunbird                                                   10. Long - tailed Macaque
2. Crimson’s Sunbird                                                           11. Dusky Langur
Parrots                                                                                12. Crab - eating Mongoose (1)
1. Red – breasted Parakeet                                                13. Northern Tree Shrew
2. Vernal Hanging Parrot                                                     14. Malayan Porcupine
Minivets                                                                               15. Red Muntjak
1. Rosy Minivet                                                                    16.Sambar
2. Ashy Minivet                                                                       
Thrushs
1. White – throated Rockthrush
1.1 Blue Rock Thrush
1.2 Blue Rock Thrush  ssp.philippensis
2. Orange – headed Thrush
3. Eyebrowed Thrush
Flycatchers
1. Mugimaki Flycatcher
2. Asian Brown Flycatcher
3. Taiga Flycatcher
4. Tickell’s Blue Flycatcher
5. Verditer Flycatcher
6. Dark – sided Flycatcher
White – eyes
1. Oriental White - eye
Orioles
1. Black – naped Oriole
2. Maroon Oriole (female)
Flowerpeckers
1. Buff – bellied Flowerpecker
Robins
1. Siberian Blue Robin
2. Oriental Magpie Robin
Cucukoos and Malkohas
1. Common Koel
2. Green – billed Malkoha
3. Greater Coucal
4. Coral – billed Ground Cuckoo (2)
5. Large Hawk Cuckoo
6. Plaintive Cuckoo
Bulbuls
1.1 Black – crested Bulbul  ssp. Johnsoni
1.2 Black – crested Bulbul
2. Red – whiskered Bulbul
3. Stripe – throated Bulbul
4. Puff – throated Bulbul
5. Ashy Bulbul
6. Yellow – vented Bulbul
7. Ochraceous Bulbul
8. Flavescent Bulbul
9. Ashy Bulbul
10. Streak – eared Bulbul
11. Mountain Bulbul
12. Buff – vented Bulbul
13. Black – headed Bubul
Kingfishers
1. Common Kingfisher
2. Black – capped Kingfisher
3. White – throated Kingfisher
4. Collared Kingfisher
Nightjars
1. Great – eared Nightjar (1)
2. Large – tailed Nightjar
3. Indian Nightjar
Owls
1. Brown Boobook (2)
2. Barn Owl
3. Oriental Scops Owl
4. Asian Barred Owlet
Babblers
1. Puff – throated Babbler
Pigeons and Doves
1. Thick – billed Green Pigeon
2. Rock Pigeon
3. Mountain Imperial Pigeon
4. Barred Cuckoo Dove
5. Zebra Dove (Peaceful Dove)
6. Red Collared Dove
7. Spotted Dove
8. Pink – necked Green Pigeon
9. Asian Emerald Dove
Egrets and Herons
1. Chinese Pond Heron
2. Little Egret
3. Striated Heron
4. Great Egret
5. Intermediate Egret
6. Eastern Cattle Egret
7. Javan Pond Heron
8. Yellow Bittern
9. Grey Heron
10. Purple Heron
Chats
1. Common Stonechat (Eastern Stonechat)
Shrikes
1.   Brown  Shrike
1.1 Brown Shrike
1.2 Brown Shrike  ssp.lucionensis
Crows and Magpies
1. Eastern Jungle Crow
2. Common Green Magpie
3. Grey Treepie
Woodpeckers
1. Rufous Woodpecker
2. Heart – spotted Woodpecker
3. Common Flameback
4. Streak – throated Woodpecker
5. Greater Flameback
Pipits and Wagtails
1. Richard’s Pipit
2. Grey Wagtail
3. Yellow Wagtail
Lapwings
1. Red – wattled Lapwing
Bee - eaters
1. Chestnut – headed Bee – eater
2. Little Green Bee – eater
3. Blue – tailed Bee – eater
Laughingthrushs
1. White – crested Laughingthrush
2. Black – throated Laughingthrush
3. Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrush
4. Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush
Barbets
1. Green – eared Barbet
2. Coppersmith Barbet
3. Moustached Barbet
4. Blue – throated Barbet
5. Blue – eared Barbet
Flycatcher – shrikes and Cuckoo - shrikes
1. Black – winged Cuckoo - shrike
2. Bar – winged Flycatcher – shrike
Partridges and Pheasants
1. Siamese Fireback (4 males and 2 females)
2. Red Junglefowl
3. Silver Pheasant (3 males and 2 females)
4. Kalij Pheasant (1 male)
5. Scaly – breasted Partridge 
6. Bar – backed Partridge (6)
Sparrows
1. Eurasian Tree Sparrow
2. Plain – backed Sparrow
Raptors
1. Mountain Hawk Eagle
2. Brahminy Kite
3. Black – eared Kite
4. Grey – faced Buzzard
5. Black Baza
6. Crested Goshawk
7. Oriental Honey Buzzard
8. Crested Serpent Eagle
9. Collared Falconet
Swifts and Swallows
1. Asian Palm Swift
2. Barn Swallow
3. Red – rumped Swallow
4. Germain’s Swiftlet
5. Himalayan Swiftlet
6. Striated Swallow
Hornbills
1. Great Hornbill
2. Oriental Pied Hornbill
3. Wreathed Hornbill (13)
4. Southern Brown Hornbill
Bluebirds
1. Asian Fairy Bluebird
Drongos
1. Ashy Drongo
2. Hair – crested Drongo
3. Black Drongo
4. Greater Racket – tailed Drongo
5. Bronze Drongo
Woodswallows
1. Ashy Woodswallow
Gulls 
1. Brown – headed Gull
Terns
1. Whiskered Tern
2. Caspian Tern (more 60)
3. Little Tern
4. Common Tern
5. Gull – billed Tern
Storks
1. Asian Openbill
Weavers
1. Asian Golden Weaver
Jacanas
1. Bronze – winged Jacana
Rails and Crakes
1. White – breasted  Waterhen
2. Ruddy – breasted Crake
3. Slaty – legged Crake
Fantails
1. Pied Fantail
Warblers
1. Dusky Warbler
Sandpipers
1. Common Sandpiper
2. Wood Sandpiper
3. Dunlin
4. Broad – billed Sandpiper
5. Curlew Sandpiper
6. Spoon – billed Sandpiper (2)
7. Sanderling
8. Terek Sandpiper
Cormorants
1. Little Cormorant
2. Indian Cormorant (Indian Shag)
Ducks
1. Garganey
2. Lesser  Whistling Duck
3. Northern Pintail
4. Eurasian Wigeon
5. Northern Shoveler
6. Ferruginous Pochard
Ioras
1. Common Iora
Prinias
1. Plain Prinia
Ibises
1. Black – headed Ibis
Stilts
1. Black – winged Stilt
Avocets
1. Pied Avocet (more 150)
Plovers
1. Greater Sand Plover
2. Lesser Sand Plover
3. Little Ringed Plover
4. Kentish Plover
5. Pacific Golden Plover
6. Grey Plover
Stints
1. Little Stint
2. Rofous – necked Stint
3. Long – toed Stint
4. Temminck’s Stint
Knots
1. Red Knot
2. Great Knot
Godwits
1. Black – tailed Godwit
Greenshanks
1. Common Greenshank
Redshanks
1. Common Redshank
Watercocks
1. Watercock
Snipes
1. Common Snipe
2. Pintail Snipe
Curlews
1. Eurasian Curlew
Quails
1. Barred Button Quail
Trogons
1. Orange – breasted Trogon
Leafbirds
1. Orange – bellied Leafbird
Tailorbirds
1. Common Tailorbird
Treeswifts
1. Crested Treeswift
Scimitar Babblers
1. Yellow – billed Scimitar – Babbler
2. Large Scimitar – Babbler
Fulvettas
1. Brown – cheeked Fulvetta
Monarch Flycatchers
1. Black – naped Monarch
 
from Mr. Kompol
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