Fruiting trees were in abundance and allowed us to get up close and personal to numerous birds....
|Green-eared Barbet at a fruiting tree showed very well indeed....|
A small feeding station was a bit problematic to visit due to the continuous presence of Thai bird photographers in their portable hides, so we visited when they departed frothier lunch break. Not the best time to visit but we did see 2 Orange-headed Thrushes, Abbott's and Puff-throated Babblers and Hainan Blue Flycatcher....
|I'm thinking this is a female Hainan Blue Flycatcher|
Other good birds seen included Sultan Tit, Banded Kingfisher, Banded Broadbill, Two-barred Warbler, Fork-tailed Swift, Silver-backed and Brown-backed Needletails, Red-headed Trogon, Great Hornbill, White-crested Laughingthrush, Radde's Warbler and Yellow-vented Flowerpecker.
Non-bird highlights were this White-handed Gibbon, as well as Asian Elephant and Malaysian Porcupine...