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A Report from

Thailand 2000/2001,

Phil and Charlotte Benstead, Norfolk, UK

This trip report covers two periods spent in Thailand during a year-long Asian birding trip which provided a chance to see some long sought after species. Thailand is an ideal hub if you are planning a long trip in Asia as air tickets are discounted as low as they can possibly go. Shop at travel agencies along the Khao San Road. We can personally recommend the I.B.S Travel Co. Ltd, 108/11 Soi Rambutri, Kaosan Road (tel: 282 9483) - consistently the cheapest and very efficient.

We thank Phil Round for providing so much valuable information on the lesser-known sites. We also thank the following birders for companionship and advice along the way; Paul Batchelor and Julia, Ben Blewitt, Raf Drijvers and Elke, Chris Hines, Bob Roberts, Simon Roberts and Jane, and Uthai Treesucon.

Site details

Khao Yai        28/10 to 1/11/00
Yet another visit to this classic site. Few new birds this time but did catch up with heart-spotted woodpecker and had a possible ringtail hen harrier over the Non Pak Chi clearing.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
We took a bus from Bangkok's New Northern Bus Station to Pak Chong for B110. From there we took a songtaew (pickup with a double row of seats) to the Park gates and then hitched to the Park HQ after paying the B200 (B = baht) entrance fee. We stayed in the old dormitory about 1 km from the Park Headquarters, which costs just B20 a night. Watch out for rats, store all food securely. This accommodation is being replaced shortly. If you stay in the park, you avoid having to repeatedly pay the quite high entrance fee. There is also a campsite and a range of higher priced chalet accommodation. Food is available at the concession stands by the Park HQ.

Bird along the trail system, trail 6 is a gem (eared pitta and ground-cuckoo) and trail 1 to the waterfall is good too. Birding the first 2 km of the road to the radar station (junction near the old TAT restaurant) in the morning is good for Siamese fireback. Make the effort to visit the bat caves just outside the park, the bats are an amazing spectacle and occasionally attract Oriental hobbies.

4/11 to 7/11     Chiang Dao
Really enjoyed this site, though it was too wet to get up the track to Den Ya Khat easily. Staying with Malee was excellent; some birders have stayed months here!

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
From Chiang Mai take a local bus from the White Elephant Gate to Chiang Dao (c 2.5 hours). Get off in Chiang Dao at the turn-off to the Chiang Dao caves (signed off the main road on the Thaton end of town). Malee's Nature Lover's Bungalows are about 1 km beyond the caves. Hitch from the junction or take a motorbike taxi.

Malee is a splendid hostess, making a relaxed atmosphere and good food. Expect to pay B300 for a two-bed bungalow. Budget bunks are available too. Malee can also arrange transport to nearby Den Ya Khat sub-station - a must-bird location holding Hume's pheasant and giant nuthatch (see below). To contact Malee telephone (01) 9618387 or email Malee also has a website

November was quiet - like elsewhere in Thailand during the early winter period. Birding is much better in late winter (Feb-March). Malee has a logbook that will detail recent sightings on the trails around the temple and up the mountain.

8/11 to 10/11   Doi Ang Khan
Could not resist re-visiting this site (last visited in 1989). Perhaps slightly better for birds these days, we bumped into some good flocks. Enjoyed the ambience of the place once again, an exciting mixture of cross-border shenanigans and the hint of opium. Highlights included red-faced liocichla, white-bellied redstart and yellow-streaked warbler.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Turn off the main road between Chiang Mai and Fang at km 137. If travelling by bus get off here and wait for a songtaew to Ban Khoom. We stayed in the dilapidated A-frame bungalows on the hill behind the village for a truly awful price of B250 (haggled down from some astronomical figure after a 1 hour battle). Eat in the excellent Chinese Muslim restaurant next door to the big restaurant overlooking the village square. We birded back up the main road - km 23-21 were very good. Also birded the trail that leads into Myanmar - it contours out of the south end of the village and over the ridge (good for the finchbill). We could not find the 'plastic pipe' trail that leads off the road on the left after about 1.5 km from the village. It is very good apparently.

11/11 to 14/11 Thaton
Another site I last visited in 1989 and one that has changed enormously since. This site used to consist of traditional wet paddy ricefields and now has a mixture of agriculture and plantations and a new pipe-irrigated form of rice cultivation that seems a lot drier than previously. Net result many fewer waders, pipits and buntings. Still had some excellent birds including a staggering flock of 40 Amur falcons. Also here Eurasian hobby, northern goshawk, small pratincole and the wonderful pied harrier.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Thaton is at the end of the line for the bus that runs from the White Elephant Gate in Chiang Mai. We stayed at Garden Home (north side of river down a side road to the left). Very pleasant bungalow in a mango orchard for B300. Plenty of budget accommodation available here as it is a popular back-packer hang-out. To reach the paddies from here cross the river and turn left down the road that leads past the Apple Guesthouse. Search the riverside for Jerdon's bushchat and tramp around what is left of the paddies. There are some permanent pools that still attract birds. Thaton is still a great place to score a good Thai tick, recent good birds include short-eared owl and merlin.

16/11 to 22/11 Doi Intanon
Great to get back here too! Mr Daeng was in robust health and good form. Camped at the campsite which was a bit noisy but close to the black-tailed crake site - best bird here. Other highlights included; sapphire flycatcher, lots of ashy woodpigeons and russet bush warbler. Met up with Bob Roberts here and he provided a welcome break from all the foot-slogging of the last few weeks by ferrying us around in his car.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Take bus from Chiang Mai to Chom Tong. If you arrive before 1000 you will pick up the regular songtaew up to Doi Intanon (otherwise charter one). Get off at the Park HQ at km 31. Range of accommodation here - Park bungalows cost from B300 and camping is B30/night. If you are nice to Daeng who runs the birders restaurant on the left just after the Park HQ complex he will offer one of his rooms to you for free. He may even come out birding with you around the summit marsh trail if he has time. There are jeep tracks off the main summit road at km 34 and km 37 (just after the checkpoint) which are well worth spending time on. The summit marsh is excellent but get on the boardwalk early to avoid the masses. There is also a new nature trail on the left just after the stupa complex, you technically need a permit and a guide to walk this although the trail is straightforward and you can easily walk it before the park rangers get up in the morning. It has some high grassland clearings that held russet bush warbler when we were here.

24/11   Huai Kong Krai and Doi Suthep
Day trip on a hired moped - pretty chilly pre-dawn! Arrived at the mini-zoo and immediately connected with the wild flock of green peafowl that were our target birds. Odd way to tick them but there is no hunting in this royal reserve so they could well be genuine. Also briefly visited Doi Suthep but nothing of note recorded.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Best to hire a moped in Chiang Mai or use a hire car. Take the Chiang Rai road out of Chiang Mai (initially signed to Doi Sakhet district). Carry on along this road following Chiang Rai signs until just after the km 24 post where a large sign in English stands beside a right-hand turn. Turn right here and continue for 4.5 km past two barriers. After the second barrier park and walk 100 m along a small lake on the right. Turn right at the end of the dam into the mini-zoo. Early morning before everyone wakes up is best to see the wild peafowl that loaf in this area. They are wary and move off when zoo staff start moving around. The gate may look locked but check it. No one seems to mind you wandering about here. We visited Doi Suthep briefly whilst we had the moped. It is a big tourist trap on the outskirts of Chiang Mai - you cannot miss it.

26/11 to 30/11 Mae Wong
This was the first site on the trip that I had not already been to. It did not disappoint us either producing a run of highly sought after birds such as rufous-necked hornbill, besra, pin-tailed green pigeon, striated yuhina and coral-billed scimitar-babbler. A single pompadour green pigeon (male) was unusual at such high altitude (1300 metres).

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Mae Wong is 20 km south of Khlong Lan. If driving from Bangkok take highway 1 to Nakhon Sawan. Follow the highway for another 8 km until turning to Lad Yao. From Lad Yao take the road to Ban Khao Chon Kam (approximately 50 km) At the intersection turn right onto road to Khlong Lan (approx 43 km). In Khlong Lan turn left for the last 20 km to the Park. If you come  at it from Kamphaeng Phet, take highway 1 south. After 6km turn right at Ban Khlong Mae Lai and follow road all the way to the park (approx 75 km). We chartered a songtaew from Kamphaeng Phet (B700) all the way to Chong Yen sub-station. If coming by bus from Bangkok, take a bus from the Northern terminal to Khlong Lan (departs three times a day, takes 5.5 hours). From there hire a motorbike or songtaew to Chong Yen.

When you get to the park, pay for your permits (B100/person plus B30 for a vehicle) and drive the rough road a further 28 km to Chong Yen sub-station. You can camp or stay in basic accommodation here. Bring your own food and cooking pot, we were provided with a small brazier and some charcoal.

We had a pair of rufous-necked hornbill over the campsite one morning, we caught up with these birds and they appeared to be prospecting for nest holes. November is supposed to be the best month for seeing hornbills here. Bird along the gated road that carries on after the campsite at Chong Yen. Spend one evening at the swimming spot by the HQ as a crested kingfisher regularly flies past at dusk. If you have time consider climbing Doi Mo Ko Chu which is very good birding but takes 6-7 days and porters/guides. Burmese yuhina is ofetn reported around the campsite.

30/11   Beung Boraphet
The first of two visits to this excellent wetland revealed a shedload of trip ticks in a relatively short visit. But no sign of the hoped for Asian golden weavers (best in spring).

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Stay in nearby Nakhon Sawan (on Route 1). You can take a taxi to either the north end of the lake (Fishery Research station and crocodile pen) or the south side (boats for hire). Getting out on a boat is essential for getting to grips with the large numbers of wildfowl that use this site in the winter. Baer's pochard are regular.

2/12, 4/12 and 5/12     Khok Kham
Excellent site, consisting of large areas of saltpans some of which had large numbers of terns and waders. We were here looking for the one or two spoon-billed sandpipers that frequent the area in the winter. Whilst we searched we located small numbers of great knot and Asian dowitcher before finally getting superb views of a single spoon-billed sandpiper at close range.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
We took a songtaew to Khok Kham sakhon from Samut Sakhon. Get dropped off at the Birders Centre, if anyone is here they will take care of you and get you into the field. If not carry on up the road for 200 meters and turn right over the river. Carry on until you get to the T-junction by the large school (Phantai Norasingh school - on reclaimed mangroves). Turn left and continue on for 3 km along laterite and tarmac road. Spoon-billed sandpipers were favouring saltpans on the right. Get current information on their whereabouts from the internet. To get precise directions for getting there in your own vehicle search the archives of the Oriental birding discussion group - to join go to We stayed in Samut Sakhon but you can crash at the birding centre in Khok Kham sometimes.

6/12 to 11/12   Kaeng Krachan
Fantastic area of forest. Managed to hitch in and spent our days getting lifts uphill and walking back down to the campsite. 'Luckily' it was a long weekend holiday so plenty of Thais were present to give us lifts in and out. Pretty noisy but. Lots of good birds here including; ratchet-tailed treepie and plain-pouched hornbill.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
If getting there by public transport take a songtaew from Phetchaburi all the way to the village before the HQ and then take a motorbike taxi the last few kilometres. We hitched in from the Park HQ and then camped. Entrance permit is B200 and it costs B30 per night to camp. Take all your own food and cooking utensils. We cooked over a wood fire. If we had not arrived during a holiday weekend I doubt we would have managed to hitch in and out of the park at all - so we were lucky. The park will try and charge you B1800 for a lift in and out of the park, a bit steep but may tempt some. Mopeds are not allowed in the park so hiring a 4WD car is a must. If you do this try to avoid weekends as this park gets very busy.

We birded along the access road, usually hitching up to km 30-31 and walking back to the campsite at km 15 during the day. Superb forest.

13/12   Chumphon
Day tripped the nearby mangroves at Don Mamuang by moped and then hiring a boat. Pleasant afternoon sitting in the boat waiting for our target species - pale-capped pigeon. Eventually had excellent flight views of about ten birds (mostly males?). We could have seen more by staying closer to dusk.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Chumphon is on the main route south, plenty of hotels to choose from in this touristy area. We hired a moped and drove down route 41 from the main crossroads outside Chumphon. Turn left just after km post 14, on road to Ban Don Mamuang. The village is 1.5 km away at the end of this road. Ask for Som Choke (aka Khai) and he will take you out for B100-150 per hour. We used another boatman and he was happy to oblige. Just take your boat down to where the mangrove channel exits to the sea. Moor up here in the shade and wait until late afternoon when the pigeons start to fly about.

15/12 to 17/12 Krabi
Saddened to find that Mr Dai had become a bit too pricey but good to be back in Krabi. Took a normal boatman out for waders on one day and had an excellent five hours on a rising tide at Bird Island. Splendid views of Nordmann's greenshank feeding and even had a single Malaysian plover (unusual off sand). Met Raf Drijver's which was pleasant and exchanged gen. Also saw a few mangrove birds (brown-winged kingfisher being a highlight) and took the boat out to PP for a crack at seabirds but nothing doing (nice lunch though).

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Krabi is easily reached by bus from all over Thailand and has a range of accommodation for all tastes/budgets. We did not use Mr Dai - he now charges B500 an hour which is an astonishing amount. If finfoot is present then do it, otherwise think twice. Most boatman in Krabi charge B150 an hour and know many of the good birding locations. We visited Chan Phen Travel but found that Mrs Lee no longer works there and the new proprietors were very rude (unusual in Thailand). Do not bother with this place anymore. If you need Dai it is easy enough to find him along the waterfront near Chan Phen and you will get a cheaper deal going direct to him. If you want to do the waders it is easy without Dai, just ask the boatman to drop you on Ko Nok (island out in the river mouth with a white light tower on it) on a rising tide. Good for Nordmann's greenshank and Chinese egret. You can get excellent views of the waders as they feed madly before high tide pushes them off to roost. On your way back check out the fish nets and look for the roost on the right hand side of the river mouth. We also birded behind the Krabi Meritime hotel (on the main drag before town by satellite dish building). There is a boat jetty out the back where it is possible to see a range of mangrove birds without getting muddy.

18/12 to 22/12 Thale Ban
Good site marred by a lack of good trails (both in disrepair). No doubt had a number of Thai ticks here as it is slap bang on the border with Malaysia. We did a visa run here with no difficulty, walked to the border from the National Park (30 minutes) and walked in and out of Malaysia in 15 minutes. Highlights here included; ferruginous flycatcher, hornbills and woodpeckers.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Take a songtaew from Satun or if coming from Krabi get off the Satun bus at Chalung and take a songtaew to the junction of the road to Thale Ban National Park (Khuan Sataw). Take a motorbike taxi the last 22 km along route 4184. Buses from Hat Yai along route 406 pass this junction. There was no entrance fee here. At the park stay in the bungalows (B300). Food is available but the opening hours of the restaurant are a little odd (0830-1630). Food is available in the evenings at the restaurant by the border crossing (about 2.5 km away!).

We birded along the road up to the border and tried hard along the trails but found them hard to follow at best. This site could be very good if a useable trail system was in place.

23/12 to 28/12 Koh Bulon Leh
Spent Christmas here, doing little but the occasional snorkelling session. Had excellent views of large hawk cuckoo here and the casuarinas around our bungalow often held a noisy flock of Oriental pied hornbill. Not a birding site by any stretch of the imagination, the coral here has also been extensively damaged by 'bleaching' and storms. If you fancy going here to chill out - look it up in the Lonely Planet guide.


4/1 to 12/1       Khao Yai
A fourth visit for me and finally at the right time of year. It made all the difference and aside from meeting lots of visiting birders we also got to grips with the specialities; Siamese fireback, eared pitta and coral-billed ground-cuckoo to name a few. At last!

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
See earlier entry above.

13/1 to 14/1     Beung Boraphet
A second longer visit to this site produced some nice birds including thick-billed warbler, white-shouldered starling and plain-backed sparrow.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
See earlier entry above.

11/3 to 12/3     Chiang Dao
Revisited this site in order to go to Den Ya Khat. Not much seen due to bad (and very unseasonal) rain and spent much of the time resting but did manage poor views of rusty-naped pitta and had a flock of striated yuhina.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
See earlier entry above.

13/3     Doi Ang Khan
Day trip with Simon Roberts was pleasant and resulted in our first mountain bamboo partridge. Superb!

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
See earlier entry above.

14/3 to 16/3     Den Ya Khat
Without a doubt this was the highlight of our time in Thailand. Fantastic site and some great birds. Only spent a little time here due to all the rain we had during this short leg in Thailand but managed to see several groups of Hume's pheasant, giant nuthatch, grey-sided thrush and pale-footed bush warbler.

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
Malee can arrange transport to this remote sub-station. Make sure you get a permit from the Wildlife Dept office (just up the road from Malee's) before you go. March to May is best for the pheasant. We paid B1200 for the two way ride. Rangers at the station found us a room  (B200) to sleep in (the weather was unusually wet In March 2001). Ordinarily camping would not be a problem. We cooked over an open fire in a small shed. We birded along the access track and also along the very good trail that leads off the lefthand side of the station clearing.

17/3 to 19/3     Doi Intanon
A return visit to this site failed to turn up the hoped for cochoas but did finally produce white-gorgeted flycatcher (km 37 jeep track) and dark-sided thrush (summit marsh boardwalk).

Getting there, accommodation and birding the site
See earlier entry.


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Birds recorded in Thailand between 28th October 2000 and 14th January 2001 and 11th to 19th March 2001

Itinerary in 2000 and 2001: Khao Yai (KY) 28/10 - 1/11 and 4/1 - 12/1, Chiang Dao (CD) 4/11 to 7/11 and 11/3 to 12/3, Doi Ang Khan (AK) 8/11 to 10/11 and 13/3, Thaton (T) 11/11 to 14/11, Doi Intanon (DI) 16/11 to 22/11 and 17/3 to 19/3, Huai Kong Krai (HKK) 24/11, Doi Suthep (DS) 24/11, Mae Wong (MW) 26/11 to 30/11, Beung Boraphet (BB) 30/11 and 13/1 to 14/1, Kok Kham (SS) 2/12, 4/12 to 5/12, Kaeng Krachan (KK) 6/12 to 11/12, Chumphon (C) 13/12, Krabi (K) 15/12 to 17/12, Thale Ban (TB) 18/12 to 22/12, Koh Bulon (KB) 23/12 to 28/12, Den Ya Khat (DYK) 14/3 to 16/3. 
Birds in square brackets were heard only.

[Chinese francolin  Francolinus pintadeanus]  [DYK]
Rufous-throated partridge Arborophila rufogularis DI, MW
Bar-backed partridge  Arborophila brunneopectus    MW, [KK]
Scaly-breasted partridge  Arborophila chloropus     KY, [CD], [KK]
Mountain bamboo partridge  Bambuscicola fytchii AK, DYK
Red junglefowl Gallus gallus       KY, CD, HKK, KK, DYK
Silver pheasant  Lophura nycthemera       MW (lineata), KY, DI, The race lineata is considered by some authorities to be a race of Kalij pheasant.
Siamese fireback  Lophura diardi    KY
Mrs Hume´s pheasant  Syrmaticus humiae           DYK
Grey peacock pheasant  Polyplectron bicalcuratum]         [KK]
Green peafowl  Pavo muticus                    HKK
Lesser whistling duck  Dendrocygna javanica     Chiang Mai
Cotton pygmy goose  Nettapus coromandelianus       BB
Pintail  Anas acuta                     BB
Eurasian wryneck  Jynx torquilla       T, CD
Speckled piculet  Picumnus inominatus  DI, MW, DYK
White-browed piculet  Sasia ochracea         CD, MW, KK
Grey-capped pygmy woodpecker  Dendrocopos canicapillus  DI, TB, DYK
Stripe-breasted woodpecker  Picoides atratus     DI, MW, DYK
White-bellied woodpecker  Dryocopus javensis DI
Banded woodpecker  Picus miniaceus    TB
Lesser yellownape  Picus chlorolophus   CD
Crimson-winged woodpecker  Picus puniceus    TB
Greater yellownape  Picus flavinucha     KY, KK, DYK
Laced woodpecker  Picus vitattus            KY, KK
Black-headed woodpecker  Picus erythropygius     DI
Grey-headed woodpecker Picus canus DYK
Common goldenback  Dinopium javanense     KK
Greater goldenback  Chrysocolaptes lucidus   KY, CD, DI, KK
Bay woodpecker  Blythipicus pyrrhotis CD, DI, MW
Orange-backed woodpecker  Reinwardtipicus validus     TB
Buff-rumped woodpecker  Meiglyptes tristis TB
Grey-and-buff woodpecker  Hemicircus concretus  TB
Heart-spotted woodpecker  Hemicircus canente  KY
Great barbet  Megalaima virens CD, DI. MW, [DYK]
Green-eared barbet  Megalaima faiostricta      MW, KK
Gold-whiskered barbet  Megalaima chrysopogon    TB
Red-throated barbet  Megalaima mystacophanos TB
Golden-throated barbet  Megalaima franklinii    DI, DS
Blue-throated barbet  Megalaima asiatica CD, DI, MW, KK, DYK
Moustached barbet  Megalaima incognita KY, KK
Blue-eared barbet  Magalaima australis    KK
Coppersmith barbet  Megalaima haemacephala   BB, Lumpini Park
Brown barbet  Calorhamphus fuliginosus  TB
Oriental pied hornbill Anthrococeros albirostris  KY, KK, KB
Great hornbill  Buceros bicornis   KY, KK, TB
[Helmeted hornbill  Rhinoplax vigil]      [TB]
Brown hornbill  Ptilolaemus tickellii        [KK], KY
Bushy-crested hornbill  Annorhinus galeritus TB
Rufous-necked hornbill  Aceros nipalensis    MW, Pair watched prospecting for nest sites near the Chong Yen substation. Superb and one of the birds of the entire trip!
Wreathed hornbill Rhyticeros undulatus   KY, MW, KK
Plain-pouched hornbill  Aceros subruficollis KK, A low-flying pair seen well were certainly this species. Another trip highlight.
Hoopoe  Upupa epops  DYK
Orange-breasted trogon  Harpactes oreskios    KY, KK
Red-headed trogon  Harpactes erythrocephalus    KY, DI, MW, KK
Indian roller  Coracias benghalensis          KY, T, MW
Dollarbird  Eurystomus orientalis        K, TB
Common kingfisher  Alcedo atthis   KY, T, Lumpini Park, K
Banded kingfisher  Lacedo pulchella       KY, [TB]
Brown-winged kingfisher  Halcyon amauroptera    K
White-throated kingfisher Halcyon smyrnensis  KY, T, KK, TB
Black-capped kingfisher Halcyon pileata SS, C, TB
Collared kingfisher Halcyon chloris        SS, C, K, KB
Crested kingfisher  Megaceryle lugubris    MW
Blue-bearded bee-eater Nyctornis athertoni   DI, MW
Green bee-eater Merops orientalis            T, Chiang Mai
Blue-throated bee-eater  Merops viridis     BB
Blue-tailed bee-eater  Merops philippinus            BB
Chestnut-headed bee-eater Merops leschenaulti KY, MW, KK
Large hawk cuckoo  Cuculus sparveroides            MW, KB, AK, KY, DYK, [DI]
[Indian cuckoo]  Cuculus micropterus     [DI]
Banded bay cuckoo  Cacomantis sonneratii    KY
Plaintive cuckoo  Cacomantis merulinus  BB, [TB], CD
Asian emerald cuckoo  Chrysococcyx maculatus AK, KY
Drongo cuckoo  Surniculus lugubris         CD, DI
Common koel  Eudynamys scolopacea         SS, Bangkok
Black-bellied malkoha  Phaenicophaeus diardi   TB
Chestnut-bellied malkoha Phaenicophaeus sumatranus         TB
Green-billed malkoha Phaenicophaeus tristis KY, CD, AK, DI, KK
Raffle's malkoha Phaenicophaeus chlorophaeus   KK, TB
Red-billed malkoha Phaenicophaeus javanicus    TB
Chestnut-breasted malkoha Phaenicophaeus curvirostris      KK, TB
Coral-billed ground-cuckoo  Carpococcyx renauldi KY
Greater coucal  Centropus sinensis            CD, T, [TB]
Lesser coucal Centropus bengalensis         CD, MW, BB
Vernal hanging parrot  Loriculus vernalis  KY, KK, K, TB
Red-breasted parakeet  Psittacula alexandri   between KY and Pak Chong
Himalayan swiftlet Aerodramus brevirostris    CD, AK, KK
Silver-rumped swift  Rhaphidura leucopygialis   KK, TB
Silver-backed needletail  Hirundapus cochinchinensis      DI
Brown-backed needletail  Hirundapus giganteus    KY, DI
Asian palm swift  Cypsiurus balasiensis    KY, DI, MW
Fork-tailed swift  Apus pacificus         AK, TB
House swift  Apus affinis  AK, DI
Crested treeswift  Hemiprocne coronata   CD, DI
Whiskered treeswift Hemiprocne comata   TB
[Oriental bay owl  Phodilus badius]         [MW]
[White-fronted scopsowlOtus sagittatus            [KK]
[Reddish Scops owl  Otus rufescens]        [TB]
[Mountain Scops owl  Otus spilocephalus]            [KY], [MW]
[Collared Scops owl  Otus lettia]         [CD], [T], [MW]
Collared owlet  Glaucidium brodei            [KY], CD, [MW], [KK], [DYK]
[Asian barred owlet  Glaucidium cuculoides]   [DI]
Spotted owlet  Athene brama        Chiang Mai
Brown hawk owl  Ninox scutulata            KK, [KY]
Great-eared nightjar Eurostopodus macrotis    KY
Grey nightjar  Caprimulgus indicus          DI, MW
Large-tailed nightjar  Caprimulgus macrurus  KK, KY, TB
Rock pigeon  Columba livia
Ashy woodpigeon  Columba pulchricollis  DI
Pale-capped pigeon  Columba punicea       C
Spotted dove Streptopelia chinensis  KY, CD, Chiang Mai
Barred cuckoo dove  Macropygia unchall   KY, AK, MW
Little cuckoo dove  Macropygia ruficeps     KK
Emerald dove  Chalcophaps indica           KY, CD, DI, MW, KK
Peaceful dove  Geopelia striata Chiang Mai, BB, Lumpini Park
Pompadour green pigeon  Treron pompadora      MW (single male)
Thick-billed green pigeon  Treron curvirostra          KY, TB
Pin-tailed green pigeon  Treron apicauda  MW
Wedge-tailed green pigeon  Treron sphenura CD, DI, MW
Mountain imperial pigeon  Ducula badia  KY, CD, DI, MW, KK, DYK
White-breasted waterhen  Amaurornis phoenicurusT, Chiang Mai, K
Black-tailed crake  Porzana bicolor          DI
Ruddy-breasted crake  Porzana fusca    BB
Watercock  Gallicrex cinerea      T
Purple gallinule  Porphyrio porphyrio    BB
Common moorhen  Gallinula chloropsis     T, Chiang Mai, BB
Coot  Fulica atra              BB
Common snipe  Gallinago gallinago            T
Bar-tailed godwit  Limosa lapponicus           K
Whimbrel Numenius phaeopus  C, K
Eurasian curlew  Numenius arquata K
Marsh sandpiper  Tringa stagnatilis            SS
Common greenshank  Tringa nebularia SS, K
Nordmann's greenshank  Tringa guttifer            K
Green sandpiper  Tringa ochropus           T
Wood sandpiper  Tringa glareola       SS
Terek sandpiper  Xenus cinereus  K
Common sandpiper   Actitis hypoleucos SS, K
Ruddy turnstone  Arenaria interpres        SS, K
Asian dowitcher  Limnodromus semipalmatus SS
Great knot  Calidris tenuirostris SS
Red knot  Calidris canutus               SS
Sanderling  Calidris alba             K
Spoon-billed sandpiper  Calidris pygmeus     SS
Red-necked stint  Calidris ruficollis         SS
Temminck's stint  Calidris temmincki     T, SS
Long-toed stint  Calidris subminuta          SS
Curlew sandpiper  Calidris ferruginea    SS
Broad-billed sandpiper  Limicola falcinellus   SS
Pheasant-tailed jacana  Hydrophasianus chirurgus BB
Bronze-winged jacana  Metopidius indicus     BB
Black-winged stilt  Himantopus himantopus    SS
Asiatic golden plover  Pluvialis fulva         SS, K
Grey plover  Pluvialis squatarola         SS, K
Little ringed plover  Charadrius dubius       T, SS
Kentish plover  Charadrius alexandrinus   T, SS, K
Malaysian plover  Charadrius peronii     K
Lesser sand plover*  Charadrius mongolus      SS, K
Greater sand plover  Charadrius leschnaultii  SS, K
Grey-headed lapwing  Vanellus cinereus  T
Red-wattled lapwing Vanellus indicus        KY, Chiang Mai, BB
Small pratincole  Glareola lactea         T
Brown-headed gull  Larus brunnicephalus            SS
Gull-billed tern  Gelochelidon nilotica      SS
Caspian tern  Sterna caspia           SS
Lesser crested tern  Sterna bengalensis    KPP, K
Great crested tern  Sterna bergii  K, KB
Common tern  Sterna hirundo                    SS, KPP, K
Little tern  Sterna albifrons          SS, KPP, K
Whiskered tern  Chlidonias hybridus      SS
Osprey  Pandion halieatus SS
Jerdon's baza  Aviceda jerdoni     KY, MW
Black baza  Aviceda leuphotes      KY
Crested honey buzzard  Pernis ptilorhynchus     T, DI, TB
Black-shouldered kite  Elanus caeruleus   KY, T
Black kite  Milvus migrans           SS, C
Brahminy kite  Haliastur indus SS, C, K, KPP, KB
White-bellied sea eagle  Haliaeetus leucogaster        KPP, K, TB
Crested serpent eagle  Spilornis cheela   KY, CD, TB, [DYK]
[Hen harrier  Circus cyaneus KY] A ringtail of this species was almost certainly seen over the Non Pak Chi clearing on 1st November.
Pied harrier  Circus melanoleucos        T
Crested goshawk  Accipiter trivirgatus       AK, MW
Shikra  Accipiter badius    KK, KY
Besra  Accipiter virgatus  MW
Northern goshawk  Accipiter gentilis      T
Rufous-winged buzzard  Butastur liventer      DI
Common buzzard  Buteo buteo    DI, MW, DYK
Black eagle  Ictinaetus malayensis       MW, KK, DI
Rufous-bellied eagle  Hieraaetus kienerii   KK, KY
Changeable hawk eagle  Spizaetus cirrhatus            KK
Mountain hawk-eagle Spizaetus nipalensis     MW, DI
Blyth's hawk-eagle  Spizaetus alboniger    TB
White-rumped falcon  Polihierax insignis DI
Collared falconet  Microhierax caerulescens      DI
Black-thighed falconet  Microhierax fringillarius    TB
Kestrel  Falco tinnunculus  T
Amur falcon  Falco amurensis       T Three birds feeding high above the paddies on 11/11 and 40 roosting next day in a prominent bamboo clump.
Eurasian hobby  Falco subbuteo   T, DI Single bird on 11/11 at Thaton. Single bird high over the road at DI.
Oriental hobby  Falco severus   KY
Peregrine  Falco peregrinus           BB
Little grebe  Tachybaptus ruficollis BB
Little cormorant  Phalocrocorax niger
Little egret  Egretta garzetta          SS
Pacific reef egret  Egretta sacra    KK, KB
Grey heron  Ardea cinerea BB, SS
Purple heron  Ardea purpurea   BB
Great egret  Casmerodius albus            SS, BB
Intermediate egret  Egretta intermedia    SS
Cattle egret  Bulbulcus ibis
Pond heron spp     KY, T, Lumpini Park, KK
Little heron  Butorides striatus              DI, SS, C, K
Cinnamon bittern  Ixobrychus cinnamomeus             BB
Spot-billed pelican  Pelecanus philippensis Bangkok, 1 or 2 birds soaring over the Chitralada Palace on 2/11. Unknown origin.
Asian openbill  Anastomus oscitans
Lesser frigatebird  Fregata ariel KPP
Eared pitta  Pitta phayrei KY
Rusty-naped pitta  Pitta oatesi     CD, DI
Blue pitta  Pitta cyanea   KY
Silver-breasted broadbill  Serilophus lunatus KY, KK
Long-tailed broadbill  Psarisomus dalhousiae            KY, DI
Dusky broadbill  Corydon sumatranus    TB
Banded broadbill  Eurylaimus javanicus    KY

[Golden-bellied gerygone Gerygone sulphurea]  [C]
Asian fairy bluebird  Irena puella       KY, KK, TB
Greater green leafbird  Chloropsis sonnerati   TB
Blue-winged leafbird  Chloropsis cochinchinensis   KY, CD, DI, KK
Golden-fronted leafbird  Chloropsis aurifrons    CD
Orange-bellied leafbird  Chloropsis hardwickii  DI, MW, DYK
Brown shrike  Lanius cristatus     KY, CD, T, Chiang Mai, TB
Burmese shrike  Lanius coluroides           Chiang Mai, DYK
Long-tailed shrike  Lanius schach       AK, T, Chiang Mai, BB
Grey-backed shrike  Lanius tephronotus   KY, AK, T, DI, MW, DYK
Crested jay  Platylophus galericulata        KK
Eurasian jay  Garrulus glandarius       DI, DYK
Red-billed blue magpie  Urocissa erythrorhyncha   DI
Common green magpie  Cissa chinensis          KY, MW, KK
Rufous treepie  Dendrocitta vagabunda       DI
Grey treepie  Dendrocitta formosae           AK, DI, MW, DYK
Racket-tailed treepie  Crypsirina temia between Chiang Mai and DI
Ratchet-tailed treepie  Temnurus temnurus KK
Large-billed crow  Corvus macrorynchus   DI, SS, K, KB
Ashy woodswallow  Artamus fuscus        Chiang Mai, BB, KY
Black-naped oriole  Oriolus chinensis     KY, Lumpini Park, KK
Slender-billed oriole  Oriolus tenuirostris AK, MW, DYK
Black-hooded oriole  Oriolus xanthornus  CD, DI
Maroon oriole  Oriolus traillii      AK, DI, MW, KK, DYK
Silver oriole  Oriolus mellianus    KY
Large cuckooshrike  Coracina macei       DYK
Black-winged cuckoo-shrike  Coracina melaschista KY, AK, MW, KK
Lesser cuckoo-shrike  Coracina fimbriata  TB
Rosy minivet  Pericrocotus roseus        AK, DI, MW, KK, TB
Swinhoe's minivet  Pericrocotus cantonensis             KY, TB
Ashy minivet  Pericrocotus divaricatus     KK, C
Fiery minivet  Pericrocotus igneus       TB
Grey-chinned minivet  Pericrocotus solaris      AK, DI, MW, DYK
Long-tailed minivet  Pericrocotus ethologus     AK
Short-billed minivet  Pericrocotus brevirostris AK, DI
Scarlet minivet  Pericrocotus flammeus    KY, CD, AK, DI, MW, KK
Bar-winged flycatcher-shrike  Hemipus picatus CD, DI, MW, KK, TB
Yellow-bellied fantail  Rhipidura hypoxantha     DI
White-throated fantail  Rhipidura albicollis    CD, AK, DI, MW, DYK
Pied fantail  Rhipidura javanica          Lumpini Park, BB
Black drongo  Dicrurus macrocercus         T
Ashy drongo  Dicrurus leucophaeus          KY, CD, AK, DI, MW, DYK
Bronzed drongo  Dicrurus aeneus       CD, AK, MW
Lesser racket-tailed drongo  Dicrurus remifer     KY, CD, DYK
Spangled drongo  Dicrurus hottentotus 
Greater racket-tailed drongo  Dicrurus paradiseus      KY, CD, DI, KK, K
Black-naped monarch  Hypothymis azurea     KY, CD, DI, MW, KK, DYK
Asian paradise flycatcher  Terpsiphone paradisi KK, TB
Common iora  Aegithina tiphia  CD, T
Green iora  Aegithina viridissima        TB
Great iora  Aegithina lafresnayei          DI, KK, TB
Large woodshrike  Tephrodornis virgatus TB, DYK
Common woodshrike  Tephrodornis pondice  DI
White-throated rock thrush  Monticola gularis         KY
Blue rock thrush  Monticola solitarius     CD, AK, DI, MW, KK, KY
Blue whistling thrush  Myophonus caeruleus  KY, AK, DI, DS, MW
Orange-headed thrush  Zoothera citrina   KK, KY
Scaly thrush Zoothera dauma    DI
Dark-sided thrush  Zoothera marginata      DI
Grey-sided thrush  Turdus feae     DYK
Eye-browed thrush  Turdus obscurus      DI, DYK
Lesser shortwing  Brachypteryx leucophrys     DI, MW
White-browed shortwing  Brachypteryx montana    DI
Dark-sided flycatcher  Muscicapa sibirica  KK
Asian brown flycatcher  Muscicapa dauurica            KY, CD, MW, TB
Ferruginous flycatcher  Muscicapa ferruginea      TB
Red-throated flycatcher  Ficedula parva KY, CD, AK, T, DI, MW, KK, BB, DYK
White-gorgetted flycatcher  Ficedula monileger        DI
Snowy-browed flycatcher  Ficedula hyperythra       DI
Little pied flycatcher  Ficedula westermanni              DI, MW
Sapphire flycatcher  Ficedula sapphira  DI Single male on 18/11, along the km 37 jeep track.
Verditer flycatcher  Eumyias thalassina      CD, AK, DI, MW, KK
Large niltava  Niltava grandis    DI
Small niltava  Niltava macgrigoriae          AK
Rufous-bellied niltava  Niltava sundara     DI
Hainan blue flycatcher  Cyornis hainana   KY
Pale blue flycatcher  Cyornis unicolor    DYK
Grey-headed flycatcher  Culicicapa ceylonensis       KY, CD, AK, DI, MW, KK
Siberian rubythroat  Luscinia calliope    T, BB
Bluethroat  Luscinia svecica             SS
Siberian blue robin  Luscinia cyane        T, BB
Oriental magpie robin  Copsychus saularis   CD, AK, T, MW, Bangkok, TB
White-rumped shama  Copsychus malabaricus         KY, CD, DI, MW. KK, TB
Daurian redstart  Phoenicurus auroreus             DYK
White-capped water redstart  Chaimarrornis leucocephalus  AK, DI
Plumbeous redstart  Rhyacornis fuliginosus    DI
White-bellied redstart  Hodgsonius phaenicuroides AK Female on 9/11.
Black-backed forktail  Enicurus immaculatus           DI
Slaty-backed forktail  Enicurus schistaceus    KY

White-crowned forktail  Enicurus leschenaulti          CD, KY
Common stonechat  Saxicola torquata     KY, T, BB
Pied bushchat  Saxicola caprata        CD, AK, T
Grey bushchat  Saxicola ferrea             AK, DI
Asian glossy starling  Aplonis panayensis  Krabi
White-shouldered starling  Sturnus sinensis        BB
Asian pied starling  Sturnus contra         Bangkok, BB
Black-collared starling  Sturnus nigricollis    T, Chiang Mai, Lumpini Park
Common myna  Acridotheres tristis  ubiquitous
White-vented myna  Acridotheres grandis  T
Gold-crested myna  Ampeliceps coronatus  KY
Hill myna  Gracula religiosa  KY, CD
Chestnut-vented nuthatch  Sitta nagaensis    AK, DI
Chestnut-bellied nuthatch  Sitta castanea DI
Velvet-fronted nuthatch  Sitta frontalis CD, DI, MW, KK, DYK
Giant nuthatch  Sitta magna      DYK
Brown-throated treecreeper  Certhia discolor           DI
Great tit  Parus major AK, DYK
Yellow-cheeked tit  Parus spilonotus      AK, DI, MW
Sultan tit  Melanochlora sultanea    KY, KK
Sand martin   Riparia riparia    BB
Dusky crag martin  Hirundo concolor         DYK
Barn swallow  Hirundo riparia    KY, CD, AK, Chiang Mai, MW
Pacific swallow  Hirundo tahitica K, KB
Red-rumped swallow  Hirundo daurica     CD, T
Striated swallow  Hirundo striolata         AK, DI, TB
Asian house martin  Delichon dasypus       AK, KY
Crested finchbill  Spizixos canifrons            AK
Striated bulbul  Pycnonotus striatus        DI
Black-headed bulbul  Pycnonotus atriceps DI, KK
Black-crested bulbul  Pycnonotus melanicterus         KY, CD, AK, DI, DS, MW, KK
Grey-bellied bulbul  Pycnonotus cyaniventris           TB
Red-whiskered bulbul  Pycnonotus jocosus   KY, AK, T, DYK
Brown-breasted bulbul  Pycnonotus xanthorrhous  AK
Sooty-headed bulbul  Pycnonotus aurigaster   CD, AK, T, DI, DS, MW, KK
Stripe-throated bulbul  Pycnonotus finlaysoni     KY, KK, TB
Flavescent bulbul  Pycnonotus flavescens   AK, DI, MW, DYK
Yellow-vented bulbul  Pycnonotus goavier    BB
Olive-winged bulbul  Pycnonotus plumosus  K
Streak-eared bulbul  Pycnonotus blanfordi    Chiang Mai, MW, BB
Red-eyed bulbul  Pycnonotus brunneus  TB
Puff-throated bulbul  Alophoixus pallidus            KY, CD
Ochraceous bulbul  Alophoixus ochraceos  KK
Grey-cheeked bulbul  Alophoixus bres   TB
Yellow-bellied bulbul  Alophoixus phaeocephalus   TB
Olive bulbul  Iole virescens        KK
Grey-eyed bulbul  Iole propinqua KY, CD, DI, DS, KK, TB
Streaked bulbul  Ixos malaccensis TB
Ashy bulbul  Hemixos flavala      AK, DI, KK, TB, DYK
Mountain bulbul  Hypsipetes mcclellandii  AK, DI, MW
Black bulbul  Hypsipetes leucocephalus  DI, MW, DYK
Zitting cisticola  Cisticola juncidis KY, SS
Bright-headed cisticola  Cisticola exilis      T, KY
Hill prinia  Prinia atrogularis    AK, DI, MW, DYK
Rufescent prinia  Prinia rufescens CD, DI, TB
Yellow-bellied prinia  Prinia flaviventris   T, BB, KY
Plain prinia  Prinia inornata      KY
Chestnut-flanked white-eye  Zosterops erythropleurus     AK, DI
Oriental white-eye  Zosterops palpebrosus KY
Japanese white-eye  Zosterops japonicus    CD, AK, DI, DYK
Slaty-bellied tesia  Tesia olivea     DI
Asian stubtail  Urosphena squameiceps   CD, KY
Pale-footed bush warbler  Cettia pallidipes             DYK
Russet bush-warbler  Bradypterus seebohmi             DI

Single on 21/11 at 2100 metres.
Lanceolated warbler  Locustella lanceolata T
Rusty-rumped warbler  Locustella certhiola   T
Black-browed reed warbler  Acrocephalus bistrigiceps     BB
Oriental reed warbler  Acrocephalus orientalis         BB
Thick-billed warbler  Acrocephalus aedon  T, KY, BB
Mountain tailorbird  Orthotomus cuculatus    DI
Common tailorbird  Orthotomus sutorius   KY, CD, T, KK
Dark-necked tailorbird  Orthotomus atrogularis      MW, KK
Dusky warbler  Phylloscopus fuscatus    T, Chiang Mai
Buff-throated warbler Phylloscopus subaffinis         AK, DYK
Yellow-streaked warbler  Phylloscopus armandii    AK
Radde's warbler  Phylloscopus schwarzi     CD, AK, DI, MW, KK
Buff-barred warbler  Phylloscopus pulcher    AK, DI, DYK
Ashy-throated warbler  Phylloscopus maculipennis DI
Pallas' leaf warbler  Phylloscopus proregulus           AK
Yellow-browed warbler  Phylloscopus inornata       ubiquitous
Hume's warbler  Phylloscopus humei     AK, T
Arctic warbler  Phylloscopus borealis      KK, TB
Greenish warbler  Phylloscopus trochiloides            KY, CD, DI, MW, KK
Pale-legged leaf warbler  Phylloscopus tenellipes    KK, KY
Eastern crowned warbler  Phylloscopus coronatus  TB
Blyth´s leaf warbler  Phylloscopus reguloides  KY, CD, DI, DS, MW, KK
White-tailed leaf warbler  Phylloscopus davisoni    DI
Sulphur-breasted warbler Phylloscopus ricketti KK
Grey-crowned warbler  Seicercus tephrocephalus     AK, DI, MW, DYK
Plain-tailed warbler  Seicercus soror        KY, KK
Chestnut-crowned warbler  Seicercus castaneiceps  DI
Yellow-bellied warbler  Abroscopus superciliaris     CD, KK, DYK
Striated grassbird  Megalurus palustris       T, BB
White-crested laughingthrush  Garrulax leucolophus       KY, DI, KK
Lesser necklaced laughingthrush  Garrulax monileger    KK, KY
Greater necklaced laughingthrush  Garrulax pectoralis  CD, DI, KK
White-necked laughingthrush  Garrulax strepitansMW, [DYK]
Black-throated laughingthrush  Garrulax chinensis          KY, AK, DYK
White-browed laughingthrush  Garrulax sannio     AK, DYK
Chestnut-crowned  laughingthrush  Garrulax erythrocephalus           AK, DI
Red-faced liocichla  Liocichla phoenicea      AK
Abbot´s babbler  Malacocincla abbotti    KY, AK, TB
Short-tailed babbler  Malacocincla malaccense     TB
Buff-breasted babbler  Pellorneum tickelli    CD, MW, KK
Puff-throated babbler  Pellorneum ruficeps   KY, CD, DI, KK
Moustached babbler  Malacopteron magnirostre TB
Rufous-crowned babbler  Malacopteron magnum  TB
[Large scimitar babbler  Pomatorhinus hypoleucos] [KK]
Rusty-cheeked scimitar babbler  Pomatorhinus erythrogenys AK, DYK
White-browed scimitar babbler  Pomatorhinus schisticeps   KY, AK, DI, MW, KK, DYK Nest found at KY on 11/01.
Coral-billed scimitar babbler  Pomatorhinus ferruginosus    MW
Streaked wren-babbler  Napothera brevicauda         CD, DI, MW
Eye-browed wren-babbler Napothera epilepidota   CD, MW
Pygmy wren-babbler  Pnoepyga pusilla DI, [MW]
Rufous-fronted babbler  Stachyris rufifrons  CD, MW, KK, DYK
Golden babbler  Stachyris chrysaea DI, MW
Grey-throated babbler  Stachyris nigriceps     AK, MW, KK
Spot-necked babbler  Stachyris striolata   MW, KK
Striped tit-babbler  Macronous gularis        KY, CD, DI, DS, KK, TB
Chestnut-capped babbler Timalia pileata           AK, BB
Yellow-eyed babbler  Chrysomma sinense T, DI, BB, DYK
Silver-eared mesia  Leiothrix argentauris   AK, DI
White-browed shrike-babbler  Pteruthius flaviscapis       AK, DYK, DI
Chestnut-fronted shrike-babbler  Pteruthius aenobarbus      MW, DI
White-hooded babbler  Gampsorhynchus rufulus    KK
Spectacled barwing  Actinodura ramsayi   AK, DI
Blue-winged minla  Minla cyanouroptera  AK, DI, DYK
Chestnut-tailed minla  Minla strigula    DI
Rufous-winged fulvetta  Alcippe castaneceps            DI
Brown-cheeked fulvetta  Alcippe poioicephala    CD, DS
Grey-cheeked fulvetta  Alcippe morrisonia   AK, DI, MW, DYK
Rufous-backed sibia  Heterophasia annectans           DI
Dark-backed sibia  Heterophasia        AK, DI, MW
Striated yuhina  Yuhina castaniceps        MW, CD, DYK
White-bellied yuhina  Yuhina zantholeuca    KY, CD, KK
Grey-headed parrotbill  Paradoxornis gularis          DYK
Spot-breasted parrotbill  Paradoxornis guttaticollis    AK
Indochinese bushlark  Mirafra marionae   Chiang Mai
Yellow-breasted flowerpecker  Prionochilus maculatus   TB
Crimson-breasted flowerpecker  Prionochilus percussus TB
Thick-billed flowerpecker  Dicaeum agile           TB
Orange-bellied flowerpecker  Dicaeum trigonostigma     TB
Plain flowerpecker  Dicaeum concolor     CD
Fire-breasted flowerpecker  Dicaeum ignipectus     KY, AK, DI, MW
Scarlet-backed flowerpecker  Dicaeum cruentatum    CD, T, Lumpini Park, K
Ruby-cheeked sunbird  Anthreptes singalensis        CD, DI, KK, TB
Purple-naped sunbird  Hypogramma hypogrammicum     TB
Olive-backed sunbird  Nectarinia jugularis  KY, KK
Mrs Gould´s sunbird  Aethopyga gouldiae DI
Green-tailed sunbird  Aethopyga nipalensis  DI
Black-throated sunbird  Aethopyga saturata KY, AK, DI, MW, DYK
Crimson sunbird  Aethopyga siparaja     KK
Little spiderhunter  Arachnothera longirostra            KY, CD, AK, TB
Long-billed spiderhunter  Arachnothera robusta      TB
Spectacled spiderhunter  Arachnothera flavigaster TB
Yellow-eared spiderhunter  Arachnothera chrysogenys    TB
Grey-breasted spiderhunter  Arachnothera affinis  TB
Streaked spiderhunter  Arachnothera magna            CD, DI, MW, DYK
House sparrow  Passer domesticus           T, near MW
Plain-backed sparrow  Passer flaveolus     BB
Eurasian tree sparrow  Passer montanus     AK, T, Lumpini Park
Forest wagtail  Dendronanthus indicus    K, TB
White wagtail  Motacilla alba       CD, AK, T, DI
Citrine wagtail  Motacilla citreola  T
Yellow wagtail  Motacilla flava     SS
Grey wagtail  Motacilla cinerea      KY, CD, AK, T, DI, MW, TB
Richard´s pipit  Anthus richardi T, Chiang Mai
Paddyfield pipit  Anthus rufulus   CD, T, Lumpini Park
Olive-backed pipit  Anthus hodgsoni     CD, T, DI, MW, KY, DYK
Red-throated pipit  Anthus cervinus   T, SS
Baya weaver Ploceus philippinus Lumpini Park
White-rumped munia  Lonchura striata  CD, T, MW, Lumpini Park, K
Scaly-breasted munia  Lonchura punctulata    CD, T
Common rosefinch  Carpodacus erythrinus   AK, DYK, DI
Crested bunting  Melolophus lathami     T, AK
Yellow-breasted bunting  Emberiza aureola T
Chestnut bunting  Emberiza rutila      DYK


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