Thursday, January 23, 2014

Kaeng Krachan National Park

I arrived at Kaeng Krachan late afternoon today, so spent the last two hours of daylight checking out the area as far as the first salt lick.  Not a huge number of notable species (certainly by KK standards) but managed to pick up Two-barred Greenish Warbler, Verditer Flycatcher, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Shikra, Besra, and Crested Serpent Eagle.  On the way back to my accommodation I chanced upon a fruiting fig tree which held three Great Hornbills, two Oriental Pied Hornbills and had a Red Muntjac feeding beneath it.

After leaving the park I stopped at a random area of scrub and found a small party of Yellow-eyed Babblers and a a lone female Siberian Rubythroat.

Yellow-eyed Babbler

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