Malaysia (Peninsula) Aug-Sept 2006

Published by Frank Derriks (frankderriks922 AT

Participants: Frank Derriks, Pieter de Groot Boersma



We spent three and a half week of birding in the Malaysian Peninsular. August and the beginning of September are quite good for birding in this part of the country. It is the time just before the rainy season. There is a huge amount of food, especially for the fruit-eating birds like bulbuls, pigeons and also hornbills. But there are still some flowering trees for flowerpeckers, sunbirds and spiderhunters. Songbirds like babblers and also cuckoos are harder to find. They are calling or singing just occasionally. Besides that, you’ll have simply a larger number of birds because it’s just after the breeding season. We also had a few migrants like the magnificent but very early Yellow-rumped Flycatcher and a great number of waders. We chose to spend our last days in areas where you can find some early migrants. That gives some extra excitement for the fanatic birder. But... March and April are probably better. But it’s not really convenient for students like us.


We had a direct flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. Our departure date was the 14th of August (12:00) and we arrived on the 15th of August (06:00) in Kuala Lumpur. We flew with Malaysian Airlines, one of the best airlines in the world. The crew was helpful and most friendly. You can choose your own films, play games and get as much drinks if you want.


Only a few days we had some rain. On the last days of our trip it was raining. Beginning of the rainy season I guess? Fraser’s hill and the Cameron Highlands were chilly.22-28 C°. But at lower levels you will find out that it’s really moist and warm.

Vaccinations and parasites

We had a DTP and Hepatitis-A Vaccine. Hepatitis-B is not needed but you’ll never know. There are only a few. Malaria records in the last ten years or so on the peninsular. When you’ll choose to go to Borneo you’ll need some preventive pills. Watch out for some mosquitoes though. I spend my last days of the trip in my hotel-bed and also 2 weeks at home in bed because of Dengue. It’s a virus that’s spread by mosquitoes. I was really sick, high fever, awful headaches, swollen glands, red, almost pinkish face. I won’t scare you but I think you’ll have to be aware of the ‘dengue mosquito’, they are simply recognisable by his black/whitestriped body, and we saw them in Taman Negara. You require a lot of DEET, also for the Leeches. On some trails at Fraser’s hill but especially in Taman Negara leeches are abundant. There are leech-socks on the market. Look for it on the internet. Or just buy enough DEET. We also had some Ticks as well.

Food and drinks

For a western guy like me, the malaysian kitchen is very good. The most basic food like mee-hoen,nasi goreng or mee are very cheap and delicious. Often served with shrimps. Ask for roti if you want a good breakfast. There are some thai and chinese influences aswell, or you can choose a western meal, so you are not stuck on the local food. We can’t complain about Tiger beer by the way. Bring enough water and salt or electrolyte with you while walking in Taman Negara.

Taping and sounds

We didn’t learn every sound by head but a few starbirds like pitta’s, railbabbler, hornbills and the groundbirds are easy to learn. Some birds are reacting very well to tape, like most pitta’s and scimitar babblers. But Rail Babbler, Rusty-Naped Pitta and a few babbler species didn’t react to tape, (we used quite a large Ipod box to attract the birds).

Preparation and field Guides

We used: Birds of South-east Asia by Craig Robson, We ordered also The Field Guide to the birds of West Malaysia and Singapore. The last book was less helpful. On the site you can order the following books by Draco Publishing: Birds of Taman Negara and Birds of Fraser’s Hill. You can also buy this books at the office of Mr.Durai at Fraser’s Hill.

Locations and accommodation

The Gap(G)
This is a very good site for watching lowland-birds together with sub-montane birds. You can only bird from a paved road. The Gap Resthouse is re-opened, but don’t expect a luxury stay, and the breakfast was terrible by the way. We found out that the terrace of the resthouse was very good for birdwatching early in the morning and late afternoon. It is really worth staying a couple of days.

Fraser’s Hill (FH)
This place is fantastic. A very birdy area and a good temperature, sometimes foggy in the early morning. This is the place to see all malaysian endemics. Although Mountain Peacock-Pheasant is very rare and we of course did not see it. Stay at Puncak Inn and Mr. Durai ( will find you and might give you some helpful information about the birds. Birdwatchers get 10% discount in the Puncak Inn Hotel. One of the best places in the peninsular for montane species.

Taman Negara (TN)
It is a real paradise. I was very excited about this place. Taman Negara is one of the oldest (rain)forests in the world. In the most remote places of the park you’ll have the change to encounter a Tiger, Leopard, Rhino or an Elephant. But Tapir, Leopard Cat and Malayan Civet are more easier to find. Try the Kumbang hide for a few nights and you will see a couple of these. There are enough trails. River Trail and Jenat Muda Trail are probably the best trails and worth visitting several times. If you have enough time try the Yong and Blau area and/or the Kumbang area. These places are more quiet and remote and will add some other birds on the list.

There are many tourists from all over the world and there is plenty of accommodation. We chose the Mutiara Resort. A good place for birds, but very expensive for local standards. 280 Ringit per night, but we arranged a 80 ringit discount. On the east bank of Kuala Tahan, you will find accomodation of no more than 10 Ringit per night. But you will possibly miss the chance to bird in the early hours because the water-taxi’s start operating from app. 7:30 On this side of the bank there’s also a internet-cafe.

Cameron Highlands (CH)
We stayed at the town of Tanah Rata. Most of the people here are Indian or Chinese. Nice place. Gunung Brinchang is a very good place for montane species such as Golden-Throated Barbet, Grey-headed Woodpecker, Rufous-winged Fulvetta,Snowy-browed Flycatcher,Chestnut-tailed Minla and Rufous-vented Niltava. The Parit and Robinson Falls are good places for both whistling thrushes. Most of these aforementioned species are hard to find or absent at Fraser’s Hill.

Kuala Selangor (KS)
You will find scrub and mangrove forests, lagoons, small wetlands and mudflats in a small reserve full of birds. We stayed in the village but there is also the possibility to hire one of the chalets inside the reserve.

Sekinchan and surrounding area’s (SK)
20 km north of Kuala Selangor and worth visiting if you want to see waders, bitterns or White-breasted Woodswallows. We stayed a couple of hours at Pantai Rasa Sayang. This is at high-tide a very good spot for waders and terns. The Sempadan (small-scale) rice field was also good for adding more species to our bird list.

Shah Alam (SA)
Taman Pertanian is nearby the town of Shah Alam. This rainforest site isn’t very interresting, as it is used extensively for recreational uses. There are some nice tracks north of the dams, but nothing here isn’t to be found at the other rain forests sites. But it was close to the hotel where Frank tried to recover from his illness. We slept at the Quality hotel on the 22nd floor and it was really good.

Kuala Lumpur/Mining pools (KL)
The area is now extensively built upon. Only the biggest lake survived the onslaught. It is only a 10 minute drive from central KL. But It is a good spot for migrants. We heard about the Paya Indah Wetlands (old tin mining pools) near the International Airport of Kuala Lumpur. Unfortunately we didn’t had enough time to visit this place but it should be very good for some other birds like Pheasant-tailed Jacana, Cotton Pygmy Goose and Lesser Whistling Duck. These birds are hard to find elsewhere in the peninsular.

326 species were recorded on this trip. 275 were new for us, because we never went to East Asia before. The next species were possibly recorded but are not 100% sure. Red-billed Malkoha(G), Yellow-vented Pigeon(G) Other birders recorded the following species during our stay: Large Green Pigeon (TN) Marbled Wren Babbler(G).


15-8-06 G
6:30-10:30 Taxi from KL to the Gap.
11:00-20:00 Birding in the Gap (KKB road and old FH road)
16-8-06 G
7:15-16:00 Birding at the old FH road. 16:45-18:45 Raub Road.
17-8-06 G/FH
6:30-8:30 Birding from the Gap Resthouse. Took a taxi to go to the Gap.
9:30-20:00 Birding at Frasers Hill. Hemmnant Trail- Quarry Road, and the New Road, Mager Trail, Abu Suradi Trail, Jerieau Road, Rubbish Dump.
18-8-06 FH
7:00-12:00 Birding at the Bischop’s and Hemmnant Trail.
12:30-18:00 New Road.
19-8-06 FH
6:45-11:30 Pine Tree Trail.
12:30-15:30 New Road.
20-8-06 FH
6:00-12:30 Via Rubbish Tip to the Jeriau Waterfall.
15:30-20:00 Hemmnant Trail, Bischop’s Trail, Lady Maxwell Road.
21-8-06 FH/TN
6:00-8:30 Jeriau Waterfall.
8:30-13:00 Journey to Taman Negara by Taxi (250 Ringit)
13:30-16:00 Boattrip on the Sungei Tembeling.
18:30-20:00 Tahan Hide,Swamp Loop.
22-8-06 TN
7:00-19:00 Swamp Loop, HQ area, Campsite, Lubok Simpon, Tahan Hide, Trail to Canopy Walkway.
23-8-06 TN
7:00-19:00 Jenat Muda Trail, Camp site, Lubok Simpon, HQ area, Kuala Tembeling.
20:30-22:00 Night Safari at the Oil plantations 10 km south of Kuala Tahan.
24-8-06 TN
7:30- 13:30 Boattrip Sungei Tahan, Tabing Hide Area, HQ area.
16:00-19:00 HQ area, Swamp Loop.
25-8-06 TN
7:00-13:00 Trail to the Canopy Walkway, Bukit Teresek and Jenat Muda Trail.
15:00-18:30 Trail to the Canopy Walkway and HQ area.
26-8-06 TN
7:15-15:00 Yong and Blau Hide’s and the trail to Kuala Tahan.
17:00-18:00 Birded at HQ Area.
27-8-06 TN
8:30-9:30 HQ area. 10:15u-13:15u Lubok Simpon. 13:15u-15:00u area.
28-8-06 TN
9:00-23:00 Kumbang area.
29-8-06 TN
4:00-12:00 Kumbang Area-Kuala Trenggan.
13:00-18:45 Journey back from Kumbang Hide to Kuala Tahan (12,5 km)
30-8-06 TN
7:00-13:30 Swamp Loop, HQ Area, Lubok Simpon and River Trail.
14:00-17:30 Boat from Kuala Tahan to Kuala Tembeling boat-jetty.
17:30- 22:30 Taxi to Tana Rata CH.
31-8-06 CH
8:00-15:50 Gunung Brinchang.
1-9-06 CH/KS
6:30-8:30 Parit Falls and around Tanah Ratah.
We took the bus from Tanah Ratah to Kuala Lumpur and later we took a Taxi to Kuala Selangor.
17:00-19:00 Birding around Kuala Selangor.
2-9-06 KS
6:00-21:00 Birding in the reserve, mangroves, Bukit Melawati.
3-9-06 KS
8:30-18:00 Hired a taxi for the day. Sempadan Ricefields,Sekinchan Ricefields, Pantai Rasa Sajang, Tangjong Karang.
4-9-06 KS/SA
7:00-13:30 Birding in the reserve (P.B) Bus to Kl, and taxi from KL to Shah Alam.
5-9-06 SA
8:00-18:00 Birding in Taman Pertinan(P.B)
6-9-06 KL
8:00-15:00 Birding at the Mining pools of Kuala Lumpur.

Species List

1.Crested Partridge Rollulus rouloul
TN- 8 birds were seen beside the trail to the Canopy Walkway (5 males,3 females on 25/8) Also a big group (15+) were seen in the early morning crossing the Jenat Muda Trail. These birds are shy and often difficult to see, they really dislike human company.

2.Malayan Partridge Arborophila campbelli
FH- On 18/8 we saw 8 individuals of this endemic species besides the Bischops trail and on the 20th we saw also 7 individuals really close to the path at the very beginning of the Bischops trail. In the dry season the leafs rustle while the birds forage, so these birds are easier to find. They are active in early morning and late afternoon. These birds were really one of the highlights of the trip. Magnificent views and really close! Not shy, just approach carefully.

3.Red Junglefowl Gallus gallus
KS- We heard several daily at the park. Some birds were heard close to path but seemed impossible to see. Also heard near the lagoon. The Eagle trail is possibly the best trail for this species. But the trail around the lagoon should also be a good place to see these birds.

3. Crested Fireback Lophura ignita
TN- Seen almost daily around the HQ area at Kuala Tahan. Often in the late afternoon and in the morning. Also seen besides the Sungei Tahan on 24th of August. The Campsite near Lubok Simpon is also a really good site for this bird. Taman Negara is said to be the best place in the world to see this bird.

4. Malayan Peacock Pheasant Polyplectron malacense
TN- Heard on different dates around the HQ area of Kuala Tahan and at the Swamp Loop. On 25-8 we saw close to the path an adult male passing by, at the trail to the canopy walkway. On the 26th we heard one calling near the Blau Hide. On 30th of August one beautiful male was present at the River Trail. A very shy bird.

5. Great Argus Argusianus argus
TN- On different mornings we heard the Great Argus calling.(Swamp Loop and the trail to the Canopy walkway) Also one male was calling near the Kumbang hide on 29/8.We found one male at the top of the Jenat Muda trail on 23/8.This bird showed very well for a long time while walking on the trail. Stunning!

6. Speckled Piculet Picumimnis innominatus
FH- One male was present in a group of Mountain Fulvettas at the old road on 16/8, 1 km before the gate. CH- another male was seen at the road to Gunung Brinchang just 2,5 km before the summit. This bird is often seen in birdwaves, and easily overlooked.

7. Rufous Piculet Sasia Abnormis
TN- One bird was seen by F.D. in a bird wave in the canopy from the Tabing Hide, another was seen on the Swamp Loop by P.B. a few days later while taping a Banded Pitta.

9.Sunda Pygmy Woodpecker Picoides moluccensis
KS- Several were seen on 2 days at the mangrove boardwalk.

10.White-bellied Woodpecker Dryocopus javensis
TN- Seen only at the trail from the Blau hide to the Yong Hide in the top of a giant tree on the 26th of August. A very loud drummer.

11.Banded Woodpecker Picus miniaceus
TN- Two birds at the HQ area, one female gave good views at the trail from Blau hide to Kuala Tahan on the 26th of August.

12 Lesser Yellownape Picus chlorolophus
FH- Common. Most birds were seen at the road to the Jeriau Waterfalls. Sometimes little partys were foraging together with Crimson-winged Woodpecker.

13 Crimson-winged Woodpecker Picus puniceus
G- A few were seen along the old road to FH.
FH- Seen daily. Especially around the old smokehouse, and the road to Jeriau Waterfalls. TN- The most widespread Picus woodpecker.

14 Greater Yellownape Picus flavinucha
FH- Only one sighting, at the road to the Jeriau waterfalls. Close to a few Lesser Yellownapes which seemed to be more common here.

15 Chequer-throated Woodpecker Picus mentalis
TN- We saw only one bird near our chalet at Mutiara resort (Kuala Tahan) on the 27th August.

16 Laced Woodpecker Picus vittatus
KS- Common in the park area. Most birds were present around the central lagoon, were the birds gave close views.

17 Great Slaty Woodpecker Mulleripicus pulverulentus
TN- Two birds were seen at the trail to Bukit Teresek, and two birds were seen perched far away from a lookout over the Sungei Tembeling east-bank on 27th of August. Awesome birds.

18 Common Flameback Dinopium javanense
KS- A few were seen and heard daily at the park around the lagoon. These birds are less common in the mangroves than the following species.

19 Greater Flameback Chrysocolaptes lucidus
KS- Easy to see. A pair was seen daily from the mangrove boardwalk. These birds gave good views. The mangroves are the main habitat of this species.

20 Maroon Woodpecker Blythipicus rubiginosus
TN- One male was seen at the trail from the Mutiara resort (Kuala Tahan) to the Canopy walkway. It gave short views but the bright yellow bill and the reddish neck and mantle were obvious.

21 Rufous Woodpecker Celeus Brachyurus
G- Two were seen at the old road 1,5 km above the Gap.
TN- Seen on different days. On 24th of august 3 individuals were present near our chalet at Mutiara Resort.

22 Buff-rumped Woodpecker Meiglyptes tristis
FH- A pair was seen halfway up the new road on 18/8.

23 Buff-necked Woodpecker Meiglyptes tukki
TN- One was seen halfway up the trail from the Blau hide to Kuala Tahan at 26/8, Three birds were seen at the Swamp Loop on the 30th of August. Also 2 birds were seen on our last day in TN besides the River Trail.

24 Grey-and-buff Woodpecker Hemicircus concretus
TN- On 27/8 one male was seen from the trail from the campsite to Lubok Simpon. One bird was seen close from the Kumbang hide by P.B.
A beautiful and strange looking woodpecker.

25 Orange-backed Woodpecker Reinwardtipicus validus
TN- My favourite woodpecker. A pair was discovered by P.B. at the trail to Lubok Simpon on the 27th of August.

26 Fire-tufted Barbet Psilopogon pyrrolophus
FH- The most abundant and beautiful barbet at Frasers Hill. Most of them were seen at the highest elevations. CH- two birds were heard on our way to Gunung Brinchang, but also seen at the Parit Falls and one at Tanah Rata.

27 Lineated Barbet Megalaima lineata
KS- Different birds gave good views at Bukit Melawati and also around the chalets of Taman Alam Kuala Selangor. A pretty Barbet.

28 Gold-whiskered Barbet Megalaima chrysopogon
G- Heard very often, but only seen twice very briefly besides the Old road to FH. TN- One bird foraged in a fruiting tree near our chalet at Mutiara resort(Kuala Tahan HQ) A few heard throughout the park.

29 Red-throated Barbet Megalaima mystacophanus
FH- One was seen halfway up at the New Road on 18/8.
TN- One bird was seen at the fruiting trees at Kuala Tahan. Another one was present besides the River Trail on 30/8. Also seen in the Blau and Yong Hide area.

30 Golden-throated Barbet Megalaima franklinii
CH- Three different birds were seen at the road to Gunung Brinchang 1-2 km from the summit, (round 1800-1900 m) At least 5 different birds were heard. This bird occurs at high elevations. Gunung Brinchang is one of the few places in Malaysia were you can find this bird.

31 Black-browed Barbet Megalaima oorti
G- On 16/8 two birds were seen and more were heard at the Frasers hill road at the first 3 km or so. Abundantly heard at the road to Raub and the KKB road. Also one seen from the terrace at the Gap resthouse.
FH- A few were heard and one congregation of app.10 birds in a large fig tree on the new road on 18/8.

32 Blue-eared Barbet Megalaima australis
G- Our first Barbet. Seen brilliantly from the Gap Resthouse. Also seen and heard on different locations at the Gap. FH- Heard only halfway down the new road on the 18th of August.

33 Yellow-crowned Barbet Megalaima henricii
FH- One heard and seen briefly at the New Road 4km down.

34 Coppersmith Barbet Megalaima haemacephala
TN- One at the Mutiara Resort in a fruiting tree on 27/8.
KS- One bird in Kuala Selangor town and one bird nearby the information centre on the 2nd of September.

35 Brown Barbet Calorhampus fuliginosus
G- Different small flocks on different days around the Gap Resthouse, 3 at the beginning of the New Road to Frasers Hill on 18/8. TN- Seen on different days, most birds around the Campsite were they bred.

36 White-crowned Hornbill Berenicornis comatus
FH- No less than 4 birds were seen from the New Road (2,8-3 km from FH,14:00 oclock). One male was taking a sunbath on one of the leafless branches. We observed different social behaviours like allopreening. Gave truly magnificent views through the telescope. Brilliant discovery by P.B. and one of the unexpected highlights of the trip!!

37 Bushy-crested Hornbill Anorrhinus galeritus
FH- A flock of six birds were seen from the dump on 17/8 around 18:00 oclock. After watching them for a quarter of an hour or so they flew away. Somewhat high elevation for this species(1450m), according what its written in our field guide (low elevations up to 1200 m).

38 Wreathed Hornbill Rhyticeros undulatus
FH- A flock of 9 birds were present at the new road (3,5-4 km down from Frasers Hill on 19/8) around a couple of big fruiting trees. There were at least 3 males. TN- Three birds were seen from a river-outlook near Kuala Trenggan lodge.

39 Black Hornbill Anthhracoceros malayanus
TN-Only one was heard near the Yong hide on 26/8.

40 Oriental Pied Hornbill Anthhracoceros albirostris
TN- One was seen from the chalets at Kuala Tahan by F.D.
It is said to be the most common hornbill in the Kuala Tahan area. But we do not agree. Strangely enough we saw only one in nine full days of birding.

41 Rhinoceros Hornbill Buceros rhinoceros
FH- Five birds were seen on the New Road.(4 km down from FH around midday 19/8).
TN- Heard and/or seen daily. Often a few birds around the fruiting trees near our resort, three heard at Yong Hide(26/8) A group of 13 birds were seen from the boattrip at the Sungei Tahan. Really beautiful birds which are worth watching for hours.

42 Great Hornbill Buceros bicornis
FH- Six birds were seen from the New Road.(4 km down from FH around midday 19/8) They gave gorgeous scope views, just like the other hornbills. Wow!

43 Helmeted Hornbill Rhinoplax vigil
G- Heard at the old frasers hill road (3,5-4 km) from the Gap.
TN- Heard on two days around Kumbang Hide, but were unfortunately out of sight. One heard on the trail to Lubok Simpon on 22/8 and heard from the trail near the Kumbang Hide.

44 Red-naped Trogon Harpactes kasumba
TN- Heard only around the Blau and Yong Hide on 26/8.

45 Diards Trogon Harpactes diardii
TN- Heard only from the Jenat muda trail on 23/8.

46 Orange-breasted Trogon Harpactes oreskios
G- One splendid male was seen from the Raub Road, just 1,5 km before the Gap Resthouse. The only trogon that gave us really good views.

47 Red-Headed Trogon Harpactes erythrocephalus
FH- 2 were seen at the road to the Jeriau Waterfalls. 2 birds were calling from the pine tree trail on the19th of August.

48 Red-bearded Bee-eater Nyctyornis amictus
G- Heard really close along the old road to FH, 3,5 km above the Gap.
FH-Heard on two days at the New road, (2-4 km from FH), they did not react to our tape.
TN- One seen at the Swamp Loop on 22/8, one seen along the Sungei Tahan on 24/8, one seen on two days around the Mutiara chalets at Kuala Tahan. What a magnificent birds!

49 Blue-throated Bee-eater Merops viridis
FH- One bird flying over the Old Smokehouse.
TN- Nearly every evening groups of up to thirty birds above our chalet.

50 Blue-tailed Bee-eater Merops philippinus
KS- 4 individuals around the lagoon on 2/9.
SK- Different solitairy perched birds around the ricefields on 3/9.

51 Common Kingfisher Alcedo atthis
FH- One juv. seen on our last day around the Jeriau Waterfalls.
TN- One bird was recorded on the Sungei Tahan.
KS- One seen at a small stream in the mangroves.

52 Blue-banded Kingfisher Alcedo euryzona
TN- A male was seen from the swimming place at Lubok Simpon.
A bird on 29/8 seen from the Trenggan Lodges was probably also this species.

53 Black-backed Kingfisher Ceyx erithacus
TN- One flyby was seen by F.D. at the trail to Lubok Simpon on 30/8.

54 Collared Kingfisher Halcyon chloris
TN- Near the boat-jetty (start) of the Sungei Tembeling there was one perched bird present.
KS- Seen a lot in the mangroves and around the Lagoon.
SK- 2 birds were seen at the mangroves of Pantai Rasa Sayang, and one individual sat on the beach. A very noisy kingfisher.

55 Stork-billed Kingfisher Halcyon capensis
TN- Seen on different days but only around the Sungei Tembeling.
KS- One bird was perched on a branch in the lagoon.

56 White-throated Kingfisher Halcyon smyrnensis
TN- Seen at the Sungei Tembeling almost every day. One was present on different dates at the Tahan Hide. One seen at night sleeping in an oil-palm tree at Kuala Tahan oil-plantations, during our night safari.
KS- Also a common kingfisher.
SK- Plenty of birds around the ricefields around Sekinchan.

57 Oriental Cuckoo Cuculus saturatus
FH- one was seen by F.D. from the road, a hundred meter before the rubbish dump. This was the only sighting of this species.

58 Koel Eudinamis scolopacea
KS- One seen in late afternoon 1/9 in the village, and the following morning one was calling at the foot of Bukit Melawati.

59 Plaintive Cuckoo Cacomantis merulinus
KL- An adult and a juvenile were present at the shore of the big mining pool on 6/9.

60 Malayan Bronze-Cuckoo Chrysococcyx minutillus
KS- Seen on three days at the reserve (1 or 2 daily).

61 Drongo Cuckoo Surniculus lugubris
TN-Only one bird was seen by F.D in a tree behind the mini-market of Mutiara resort at Kuala Tahan. Heard also a few times elsewhere in the park.

62 Black-bellied Malkoha Phaenicophaeus diardii
TN- Two or three birds were seen from Lubok Simpon, together with a
Chestnut-breasted Malkoha.
SA- One bird provided great views at the trails north of the dams. A large noisy flock beside the second dam.

63 Green-billed Malkoha Phaenicophaeus tristis
FH- At least 5 birds were present at the beginning of the Bischops Trail.
One bird gave really good views besides the rubbish dump on 20/8.

64 Raffless Malkoha Phaenicophaeus chlorophaeus
TN- Seen on many days. One bird gave very close views from the Kumbang Hide. Also seen besides the Tahan River, and at the river trail. 4 birds were present around the campsite.

65 Chestnut-breasted Malkoha Phaenicophaeus curvirostris
TN- Seen on many days, especially around Kuala Tahan. Also near the Yong Hide and the Kumbang Hide. Lubok Simpon is a really good spot for this bird. Different birds were seen from close distance aroun the HQ area, also besides the restaurant. Beautiful!
66 Greater Coucal Centropus sinensis
TN- Fairly common in Taman Negara. One seen from Kumbang hide, one on different days around Lubok Simpon. These birds are often seen near a river. A boattrip along the Sungei Tahan will certainly produce a few of these strange birds.

67 Lesser Coucal Centropus bengalensis
KL- Seen on 6/9 around the extend mining pool at Kuala Lumpur.

68 Dollarbird Euristomus orientalis
TN- Common along the Sungei Tembeling, often perched birds on wires or in dead trees. Also a bird seen along the Sungei Tahan.
KS- A few birds were seen in the park, and one near the chalets at the start of the park.
SK- 4 birds were seen on different locations at the PBLS Ricefields around Sekinchan.

69 Blue-rumped Parrot Psittinus cyanurus
TN- 2 birds flew over the campsite (Kuala Tahan) 4 birds were flying over the Sungei Tembeling on 30/8.

70 Blue-crowned Hanging-parrot Loriculus galgulus
G- Common around the Resthouse. Most birds were flybys in the early morning and late afternoon.
TN- Common visitor of the fruiting trees at Kuala Tahan. On one day more than 30 birds were seen together.

71 Black-nest Swiftlet Collocalia maxima
10+ at G, FH and TN.

72 Germains Swiftlet Collocalia germani
KS- 30+ at the reserve.

73 Glossy Swiftlet Collocalia esculenta
G- 5 around the KKB road, Also a few around the Gap resthouse.
FH- more than 25 seen at the new road, between House swift
TN- Many especially around the sungei Tahan.

74 Silver-rumped Needletail Rhaphidura leucophygialis
G- 2 At the KKB Road.
TN- more than 20 along the Sungei Tahan.

75 House Swift Apus affinis
Common everywhere, especially in urban areas.

76 Asian Palm Swift Cypsiurus balasiensis
KL- Two seen near Kuala Lumpur on our way to the Gap.

77 Grey-rumped Treeswift Hemiprocne longipennis
TN- Often above our chalets(10+ every evening).
A few along the Sungei Tembeling on different days and also 4 birds during the boat trip on the Sungei Tahan.
SA- A group of ten birds were seen above the first lake at Taman Pertanian.

78 Whiskered Treeswift Hemiprocne comata
TN- Three birds above our chalets almost every evening.
Different birds in low numbers on different locations in Taman Negara. Sungei Tahan and around the Canopy Walkway are the best places to spot perched birds. Less common than Grey-rumped, but almost a certainty if you spend a few days in the park.

79 Brown Needletail Hirundapus giganteus
G- Several flybys from the Resthouse in de evening.
TN- 3 seen above Kuala Tahan.

80 Barn Owl Tyto alba
TN- 2 birds were seen at a night safari near the oil-palm farms, south of Kuala Tahan.
KS- One bird was seen flying while searching in vain for Barred-Eagle- and Buffy Fish-owl.

81 Reddish Scops Owl Otus rufescens
TN-One bird heard at night from the Kumbang Hide. There is little known about this species. It is near-threatened with global extinction. The bird was calling only two times.

82 Mountain Scops Owl Otus sunia
FH- Two birds heard from the main plaza very early in the morning.

83 Sunda Scops Owl Otus..........
KS- One heard at 20:30 u in the reserve.

84 Collared Owlet Glaucidium brodiei
FH- Heard on different days in Frasers Hill.( Pine Tree trail, The Dump, Bischops trail, and Hemmnant Trail) One bird seen beautifuly from the Bischops trail.

85 Brown Wood Owl Strix leptogramma
FH- Seen very close to the Hemmnant trail at 09:30 on 16/8. We could approach this bird from four meters or so.

86 Malaysian Eared Nightjar Eurostopodus temminckii
Seen and heard from the terrace of the Gap Resthouse on 15/8 at 18:30. Heard also on the 16th.

87 Large-tailed Nightjar Caprimulgus macrurus
KS- At least four seen and heard on two days around 19:30 from the watchtower in the reserve, where they flew around. Also one bird seen perched on a wire and different birds heard at the village of Kuala Selangor.

88 Rock Pigeon Columba livia
Common in urban areas but most of them are feral.

89 Jambu Fruit Dove Ptilinopus jambu
KL- P.B saw a female flying over the big mining pool and could obtain scopeviews while it sat in a tree at 6/9. A highly unusual place for this magnificent species!!!

90 Green Imperial Pigeon Ducula aenea
TN- Only one bird seen in flight over our chalet in Kuala Tahan. One bird sat in a dead tree besides the Kuala Tembeling on our return journey.

91 Mountain Imperial Pigeon Ducula badia
G- Seen every evening and morning flying by, from the Gap Resthouse.
FH- Seen and also heard a few from the New Road and near the Pine Tree Trail. CH- 3 birds flew over the road to Gunung Brinchang.

92 Little Green Pigeon Treron olax
TN- Seen around the fruiting trees at Kuala Tahan nearly every day. Biggest count up to 17 birds.

93 Pink-necked Green Pigeon Treron bicincta
KS- Three seen perched in a dead tree, inside the reserve, and a few besides the Langur Trail on 2/9.

94 Thick-billed Pigeon Treron curvirostra
TN- Abundant around the fruiting trees around Kuala Tahan. At every evening they gathered with Little Green Pigeons in a huge dead tree at the northeast side of the Mutiara resort. Other birders also reported Large Green Pigeon which we failed to see. Biggest count was more than 60 individuals.

95 Spotted Dove Streptopelia chinensis
KL- Reportedly seen beside the mainroad to the Genting Highlands. P.B. also saw this species at the mining pool.

96 Barred Cuckoo Dove Macrophygia unchall
CH- up to eight birds were seen from the road to the summit of Gunung Brinchang.

97 Little Cuckoo Dove Macrophygia ruficeps
G- Common, most of the birds were flybys but also a few seen perched. In total more than 30 were seen.
FH- Less common than in The Gap but also present in reasonable numbers.

98 Emerald Dove Chalcophaps indica
G- One male seen besides the road near the village of Raub.
TN- A few birds were present around Kuala Tahan of which one gave good views, also one flyby on our way to Taman Negara from the boat on the Sungei Tembeling.

99 Zebra Dove Geopelia...
KS- Common at Bukit Melawati and also a few in the reserve.

100 Common Moorhen Gallinula chloropus
KL- A few pairs seen at the mining pools on 6/9.

101.White-breasted Waterhen Amaurornis phoenicurus
KL- A few were seen near the lagoon in the reserve.
SA- Three birds were seen at the first lake in Taman Pertanian.

102.Watercock Gallicrex cinerea
SK- One was flying over the ricefields near Sekinchan.

103.Black-tailed Godwit Limosa limosa
SK- Little groups were present at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

104.Whimbrel Numenus phaeopus
SK- More than 50 were present at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

105.Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata
SK- 2 birds were present at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

106.Common Redshank Tringa totanus
SK- More than 50 were present at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

107.Marsh Sandpiper Tringa stagnatilis
SK- Only 10 birds were count at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

108 Common Greenshank Tringa nebularia
SK- Up to 30 birds were count at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

109 Nordmanns Greenshank Tringa guttifer
SK- One (1st winter) bird was present at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.
We observed this bird alongside a few Greenshanks, Marsh Sandpipers and some plovers on the beach. Overall a big, lump and whitish Tringa wader, with no marks or streaks on the tail (very white). White lores, contrasting stocky bill (grey on the base and dark tip). After an hour or so the bird flew away with Greenshanks and the toes didnt extend beyond its tail. Absolutely fantastic! A very rare wader worldwide with no more than 1000 birds left in East Siberia.

110 Terek Sandpiper Xenus cinereus
SK- Around 30 birds were seen at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

111 Common Sandpiper Actitis hypoleucos
TN- Solitary birds were seen on the boattrip from and to Taman Negara at the Sungei Tembeling.
SK- 20+ at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

112 Sanderling Calidris alba
SK- One at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

113 Red-necked Stint Calidris ruficollis
SK- Many (50+) were seen at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

114 Curlew Sandpiper Calidris ferruginea
SK- Many were seen at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

115 Kentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinus
SK- 2 birds at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

116 Lesser Sand Plover Charadrius mongolus
SK- Around 80 birds were seen at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

117 Greater Sand Plover Charadrius leschenaultii
TN- One was seen from the boattrip to Taman Negara , on the Sungei Tembeling. SK- A few were seen at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

118 Pacific Golden Plover Pluvialis fulva
SK- 30+ were seen at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

119 Red Wattled Lapwing Vanellus indicus
TN- Five birds were seen besides the Sungei Tembeling on 30/8

120 Common Tern Sterna hirundo
SK- 7 birds flew along the coast near Pantai Rasa Sayang.

121 Little Tern Sterna albifrons
SK- 10+ were seen at the beach of Pantai Rasa Sayang.

122 Gull-billed Tern Sterna nilotica
SK- 2 Birds flew along the coast near Pantai Rasa Sayang.

123 White-bellied Sea Eagle Haliaeetus leucogaster
KS- One 2nd/3rd year bird was hovering above the mangroves of the reserve. This was the only bird of this species. We did not see a nest at Bukit Melawati. This bird is probably a lot easier to find in mid-summer.

124 Lesser Fish Eagle Ichthyophaga humilis
TN- 2 or 3 birds were present at the Sungei Tahan. This is for sure the best place for this bird. We saw the birds perched in branches hanging over the river. A juvenile bird that flew over the Sungei Tembeling on our first day was probably a Grey-headed fish eagle, but seen to short to be 100% sure.

125 Brahminy Kite Haliastur indus
KS- Abundant in all coastal habitats. A flock of more than 60 birds was present from an lookout point from the Kuala Selangor mangroves.
SK- Also very common.

126 Rufous-bellied Eagle Hieraaetus kienerii
TN- On two days one bird was seen hovering above Kuala Tahan.

127 Crested Goshawk Accipter trivirgatus
TN- We saw two birds from the Sungei Tahan in flight during our boattrip.

128 Black-shouldered Kite Elanus caeruleus
KS- One bird seen on the way to Kuala Selangor.
SK- Common at the PBLS Ricefields. Often on wires or in dead trees.

129 Crested Serpent Eagle Spilornis cheela
G- One in de forest near the village Raub and one from the Gap Resthouse on 15/8. Another bird was seen on 16/8 from the Raub-road near the Gap.
FH- 1 seen from the New Road, and one above the main plaza on 19/8.
TN- The most common bird of prey in the park. Seen or heard most days at different locations.

130 Changeable Hawk Eagle Spizaetus cirrhatus
KL- One seen perched from the road north of KL.
CH- One seen in flight over the Parit Falls at Tana Ratah.

131 Blyths Hawk Eagle Spizaetus alboniger
FH- The New Road is also the best spot in the area to see this magnificent bird. We saw one adult perched in a dead tree on 17/8, just three km down from FH. Another day we saw 3 individuals including one juvenile bird.

132 Black Eagle Ictinaetus malayensis
G- One adult seen on our first day from the Gap Resthouse. Birds seen on other days at The Gap (at the beginning of the Old Road, and down the New Road on the 18/8) was probably the same individual. Seen on three different days.

133 Black-thighed Falconet Microhierax fringillarius
TN- Every visit to the Tahan Hide produced one hunting bird. 1-3 birds seen daily around Kuala Tahan.

134 Bat Hawk Macheiramphus alcinus
TN- One aduld was hunting above the floating restaurants on our first evening at Taman Negara. The bird was seen around 19:30. We could see the birds white throat as well. The other evenings we recorded none around the same time.

135 Little Egret Egretta garzetta
TN- 30 birds flew over Kuala Tahan on 25/8.
KS- Common in the reserve.
SK- Common in the ricefields around Tangjong Karang.

136 Grey Heron Ardea cinerea
KS- Common in the park and in surrounding areas.

137 Purple Heron Ardea purpurea
KL- 1 flew over the road, nearby the Lake Gardens of Kuala Lumpur.
TN- 2 birds flew over Kuala Tahan.
KS- Seen on their nests in the park itself.
SK-Common at the PBSL ricefields above Tangjong Karang.

138 Great Egret Egretta albus
KS- SA few seen daily in the park and also overhead.

139 Cattle Egret Bubulcus ibis
2 birds seen at a rubbish dump near Tapah.

140 Little Heron Butorides striatus
KS- Seen daily in small numbers(1-3) in the park.
SK-Also one at the PBSL ricefields near Tangjong Karang.

141 Black-crowned Night Heron Nycticorax nycticorax
KS- One was heard in the evening from the Langur Trail. Also seen one in the early morning flying over the village of Kuala Selangor
KL- One seen at the Mining Pools on 6/9.

142 Yellow Bittern Ixobrychus sinensis
SK- 2 birds were seen at the PBSL ricefields east of Tangjong Karang.
KL- 5 seen in the reeds at the fringe of the big mining pool.

143 Cinnamon Bittern Ixobrychus cinnamomeus
SK- Quite common at the ricefield east of Tangjong Karang.
KL- Seen a few near the Mining Pools.

(esc) Painted Stork Mycteria leucocephala
KL- One bird was foraging in a small pool in Kuala Lumpur (Escape).

144 Lesser Adjudant Leptoptilos dubius
KS- On 2/9 no less than 9 birds were present at the mudflats, these could be seen at the mudflats, which could be reached via the muddy path behind the righthandside of the manngrove boardwal. Three of these birds were seen earlier that afternoon from the top of Bukit Melawati.

145 Rusty-naped Pitta Pitta oatesi
FH- One bird was calling around 8:00 in the morning from the Bischops trail. This bird was too shy to tape in. It just didnt react.

146 Banded Pitta Pitta guajana
TN- 1 heard from the Tahan Hide on the first day in Taman Negara. 1 male was seen at the beginning of the Swamp Loop on 22/8. Another bird was heard from the Kumbang hide and 3 birds from the River Trail. One male seen very close and beautifuly from the River Trail on our last afternoon in Taman Negara. This is really the most beautiful bird I have ever seen!

147 Garnet Pitta Pitta granatina
TN- We saw one individual calling close to the Swamp Loop Trail. The bird was seen very early in the morning. We had magnificent views of this bird at the west-side of the loop. What a magnificent bird. This ruby of the rainforest is near-threatened with global extinction.

148 Blue-winged Pitta Pitta moluccensis
TN- The trail from the Mutiara resort to the Canopy Walkway was very productive for this species. On two mornings we saw a bird on the trail itself and was not that shy as other pittas. The first morning he flew off the trail and we could even see the great white patch on the wing. We also heard a bird calling from the Swamp Loop on 22/8. It is only since a few years that you can see this bird in the summer. Also a very pretty pitta.

149 Green Broadbill Calyptomena viridis
TN- We saw a couple of them at the Jenat Muda Trail. One male was displaying just in front of us. Also a male from the Kumbang Hide. One bird was present around the Blau Hide on 26/8. This bird could also be found around fruiting trees.

150 Black-and-red Broadbill Psarisomus macrorhynchos
TN- A male was seen at the trail from the Mutiara resort to the Canopy Walkway. A pair was seen near the campsite. The bill looks like a plastic ornament on the head. Awesome birds.

151 Banded Broadbill Eurylaimus javanicus
TN- A female was seen at the trail from Kuala Trengan to the Kumbang Hide, 500 meters from the hide.

152. Black-and-yellow Broadbill Eurilaimus ochromalus
TN- The most common broadbill in Taman Negara. Often near the swimming place of Lubok Simpon. But also seen in the fruiting-trees at Kuala Tahan. 2 were calling at Jenat Muda Trail on the 23th of August. Also at the Kumbang Hide and at the trail to Bukit Teresek.

152 Dusky Broadbill Corydon sumatranus
FH- A pair was seen from the New Road just 2 km down from FH. Not a common bird here. Mr. Durai saw none in the last 5 years. We havent seen them at TN.

153 Asian Fairy Bluebird Irena puella
G- A few seen from the Gap Resthouse, and at the beginning of the New Road. TN- Common at the fruiting trees at Kuala Tahan, but also common elsewhere in the park.

154 Greater Green Leafbird Chloropsis sonnerati
G- 2 or 3 seen daily around the Gap Resthouse
TN- One seen at Kuala Tahan near the fruiting trees. One pair seen from the Kumbang Hide. One male seen near the Canopy walkway.

155 Lesser Green Leafbird Chloropsis cyanopogon
G- One seen from the Gap Resthouse.
TN- A pair seen from the Mutiara Resort in the fruiting trees. Also seen on the trail between Kumbang and Kuala Tahan area.

156 Blue-winged Leafbird Chloropsis cochinchinensis
G- Three birds seen on the last morning of our stay from the terrace of the Gap Resthouse.
TN- One female was around in the Kumbang area. One male seen at the fruiting trees of Kuala Tahan.

157 Orange-bellied Leafbird Chloropsis aurifrons
FH- One pair was present around the golf course. Seen a few on different dates from the New Road.

158 Tiger Shrike Lanius tigrinus
SA- One juv./ 1st winter seen at Taman Pertanian at the first lake.

159 Brown Shrike Lanius cristatus
KS- Seen a few immature birds on different days.

160 Long-tailed Shrike Lanius schach
KL- 5 birds were seen on 6/9 at the Mining Pools.

161 Ashy Drongo Dicrurus leucophaeus
KS- Two birds seen on 2/9 from the mangrove board walk. And 3/9 was a bird present near the lagoon.

162 Bronzed Drongo Dicrurus annectans
G- Common around the guesthouse. Often seen in flocks. 4 seen at the Raub road, 5 seen from KKB road, and even more common at the old road to Frasers Hill.

163 Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus remifer
G- Seen a few around the KKB road, and from the old road to FH. Most of them were tailless. FH-Daily cost at different trails.
TN- A few seen in birdwaves.

164 Greater Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus paradiseus
G- One was seen on the Raub road near the guesthouse.
FH- One bird at the Mager and Bischops trail. 2 at the road to the Jeriau Waterfalls. One at the Lady Maxwell road.
TN- Common and often encountered in birdwaves.

165 Crested Jay Platylophus galericulatus
TN- 2 birds seen well at the trail between Yong and Blau Hide.
Also two seen at the Kumbang area. The birds were shy and gave short but good views. More common in the remoter areas of the park because the lack of tourists.

166 Black Magpie Platysmurus leucopterus
TN- A flock of four birds were heard and seen from the Jenat Muda Trail. One was present around the Kumbang hide. Also heard at the long trail from Kumbang area to the Kuala Tahan area. Very noisy birds but they sound awesome. The birds are often shy but they react well to our tape.

167 Green Magpie Cissa chinensis
G- One bird was seen 3 km above the Gap at the Old Road.
FH- Two birds flew over the Old Road just a couple of km from FH-town.
We truly expected to see more of these good-looking birds.

168 House Crow Corvus splendens
KL- Abundant, sometimes groups of 50+ around the main roads.
Also common at KS and SA.

169 Large-billed Crow Corvus macrohynchos
KL- One seen from the main road on our way to The Gap.
G- A few seen and heard from the Raub and KKB road.
TN- Heard or seen daily in small numbers

170 Slender-billed Crow Corvus enca
TN- 2 birds were present around the Sungei Tahan on 24/8 near the Tabing hide. They were calling in a tree close to the river.

171 Malaysian Rail Babbler Eupetes macrocerus
TN- 2 birds were calling near the trail to the Kumbang Hide on 28/8. Probably also heard at the Yong hide. Impossible to see.

172 Dark-throated Oriole Oriolus xanthonotus
TN- One female seen by P.B at the fruiting trees of the Mutiara Resort at Kuala Tahan.

173 Black-naped Oriole Oriolus chinensis
KL- Seen from the main road on our way to the Gap.
TN- Common at Kuala Tahan.
KS- Seen daily at the park, also a few singing in the mangroves.

174 Black-and-crimson Oriole Oriolus traillii
FH- One male seen at the Old Road. Also small numbers at FH. Only seen in birdwaves.

175 Common Iora Aegithina tiphia
KS- Several sightings in the reserve.

176 Green Iora Aegithina viridissima
TN- One seen at Kuala Tahan. 10+ around the rune-like lodges of Kuala Trengan.

177 Malaysian Cuckooshrike Coracina javensis
FH- Only a few birds were present at the New Road at Frasers Hill.
CH- 2 birds seen at a vegetablefarm 3 km down from the summit of Gunung Brinchang.

178 Bar-bellied Cuckooshrike Coracina striata
TN- Our only sighting was a female in a bird wave near the trail to Lubok Simpon.

179 Lesser Cuckooshrike Coracina fimbriata
G- One male was present down the New Road.

180 Pied Triller Lalage nigra
KS- A few seen daily in the reserve. Most times from the mangrove boardwalk.
KL- One bird near the big mining pool.

181 Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike Hemipus picatus
G- Seen often in birdwaves. 5+ at the KKB road. And a few around the guesthouse daily. FH- Seen daily on different trails.

182 Black-winged Flycatcher-shrike Hemipus hirundinaceus
TN- 2 birds were seen near Kuala Trenggan.

183 Large Woodshrike Tephrodornis gularis
G- P.B saw one bird from the terrace of the Gap Resthouse. This was the only record of the trip.

184 Fiery Minivet Pericrocotus igneus
TN- A little flock of 4 birds was recorded in a fruiting tree at the Mutiara Resort (Kuala Tahan).

185 Grey-chinned Minivet Pericrocotus solaris
FH- A common bird here. We saw different groups. Sometimes flocks of 10+, often in bird waves.

186 Scarlet Minivet Pericrocotus flammeus
G- On our first day we saw a few from the resthouse and the KKB-road. Also common at the Old Road.
TN- Fairly common throughout the park.

187 Mangrove Whistler Pachycephala grisola
KS- One bird was seen from one of the hides at the mangroves. The bird was reacting very quick to our tape. Another was heard at the edge of the mangroves.

188 White-throated Fantail Rhidipidura albicollis
FH- A common bird at Frasers Hill. Most flocks held a few of these birds. We saw most of them at the Hemnant trail and Bischops trail.
CH- We saw at least 4 different birds in the last few km to the summit of Gunung Brinchang.

189 Pied Fantail Rhidipidura javanica
KS- Quite a few birds were seen in the reserve on different days.

190 Black-naped Monarch Hypothymis azurea
TN- These fantastic birds are quite common in the park. Often together in pairs. We saw them on most days. We saw them at Lubok Simpon, Tabing Hide, Kumbang Hide and near the River Trail.

191 Asian Paradise-Flycatcher Terpsiphone paradisi
TN- Only females were seen. One near the Yong Hide on the 26/8.
One was seen near the Tabing Hide. Another bird was present at the River Trail on 30/8.
SA- One bird was seen at Taman Pertanian.

192 Rufous-winged Philentoma Philentoma pyrhopterum.
TN- Seen on different days in the park. River Trail,Jenat Muda and Kumbang Hide area.

193 Maroon-breasted Philentoma Philentoma velatum
TN- On our last day in the park,we saw three birds at the trail between the campsite and Lubok Simpon.

194 Malayan Whistlingthrush Myophonus robinsoni
FH- One bird was seen and heard on two days at the Jeriau Waterfall. One was possibly heard at the gully near the entrance of Frasers Hill. Best time to see this bird is just around sunrise. These birds are very shy and often hard to find. And it is endemic to the Malaysian Peninsular. We searched for it at the CH as well. Parit Falls is said to be a good place too. But there were no whistlingthrushes there.

195 Blue Whistlingthrush Myophonus caerulens
CH- One was seen at the summit of the Gunung Brinchang.

196 Rufous-browed Flycatcher Ficedula solitaris
FH- One bird was seen unusually good on the Old FH road. Elsewhere in the park common but often difficult to see. A few were heard and seen near the Bischops trail and Hemnant Trail.

197 Verditer Flycatcher Eumyias thalassina
G- Common.
FH- Seen a few from the New Road.
TN- Seen almost daily around the Mutiara Resort.

198 Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher Culicicapa ceylonensis
FH- One bird at the old FH road in a bird flock.
TN- A common bird.

199 Yellow-rumped Flycatcher Ficedula zanthophygia
TN- Two sightings, unexpected though. One stunning male was seen on 23/8 around the campsite (weeks too early). A few days later a female was present at the Mutiara Resort. My favourite flycatcher.

200 Rufous-chested Flycatcher Ficedula dumetoria
TN- One male was seen on 24/8 near the Tabing hide.

201 Little Pied Flycatcher Ficedula westermanni
FH- One male at the old FH road One at the New Road on 18/8. A few around the rubbish dump and the High Pines.
CH- Common around the summit of the Gunung Brinchang.

202 Pygmy Blue Flycatcher Muscicapella hodgsoni
FH-A fine male was seen by F.D. from the New Road 2 km from FH.

203 Large Niltava Niltava grandis
FH-Common, but most birds were seen from and around the Hemmnant Trail.
CH- A few were seen on our way to Gunung Brinchang, One female was present at The Parit Falls.

204 Pale Blue Flycatcher Cyornis unicolor
FH- We saw a pair around the rubbish dump on 17/8.

205 Hill Blue Flycatcher Cyornis banyumas
G- One female halfway up the Old Frasers Hill Road.
FH- A pair was seen halfway up the New Road on17/8.

206 Malaysian Blue Flycatcher Cyornis turcosus
TN- At least three individuals, including one male were seen from the boat along the Sungei Tahan. Seen close to the river.

207 Tickells Blue Flycatcher Cyornis tickelliae
TN- A pair with juveniles were seen at Lubok Simpon on different days. Also along the River Trail.

208 Mangrove Blue Flycatcher Cyornis rufigastra
KS- One female was seen on the last evening in the park. She gave very close views. The bird was seen from the mangrove boardwalk.

209 Lesser Shortwing Brachypteryx leucophrys
FH- Heard the easy recognizable sound often at different parts in the area. One male was seen very close after taping him in at the Hemmant Trail on 17/8.
More birds were seen at the Bischops Trail.
CH- A few were heard.

210 Oriental Magpie Robin Copsychus malabaricus
Common everywhere.

211 White-rumped Shama Copsychus malabaricus
G- A couple of birds were present at the Old FH road.
TN- Seen on different days in the park. Often just north of the Mutiara Resort.

212 White-tailed Robin Myiomela leucura
CH- One male without its tail was foraging on the road to the Gunung Brinchang. A female was seen at the first vegetable-farm from the summit.

213 Chestnut-naped Forktail Enicurus ruficapillus
G- One seen along the road between Raub and the Gap on 15/8 by P.B.

215 White-crowned Forktail Enicurus leschenaultii
TN- Common at the remote streams in the park. One seen at the Swamp Loop, one near the Kumbang hide and two birds besides the long trail between Kumbang and Kuala Tahan.

216 Slaty-backed Forktail Enicurus schistaceus
FH- A forktail of higher elevations. One bird heard and seen at the first stream on the New Frasers Hill road. At least one bird was seen around the Jeriau Waterfall.
CH- Seen at the way up to Gunung Brinchang and also a few present at the Parit Falls.

217 White-breasted Woodswallow Artamus leucorynchus
TN- On our way to Taman Negara while chilling in the boat we saw 2 birds above the Kuala Tembeling.
SK- We saw more than five birds at the Sempadan Ricefield east of Tangjong Karang. This is probably the best site for watching woodswallows in the peninsular. Very funny looking birds.

218 Asian Glossy Starling Aplonis panayensis
Common in all urban areas but also 100+ at Kuala Tahan in Taman Negara.

219 Common Myna Acridotheres tristis
Common in urban areas.

(esc) Javan Myna Acridotheres javanicus
KS- Common

220 Hill Myna Gracula religiosa
TN- Heard and seen on different days. 2 seen on three days around Kuala Tahan and near the Tahan Hide. But also heard at the trail from the Blau hide to Kuala Tahan.
KS- 2 Birds were seen in flight from the watchtower in the park.

221 Blue Nuthatch Sitta azurea
FH- We saw 3 beautiful birds at the Bischops Trail on 20/8. This bird has apparently become more scarcer in recent years We saw the birds in the afternoon in a huge birdflock with eleven other species, just at the end of the trail.

222 Velvet-fronted Nuthatch Sitta frontalis
G- 1 on the KKB road 3 km from the Gap. 2 from the resthouse on 16/8.
TN- 2 birds seen from the Tabing Hide. Another bird was seen from the trail between the campsite and Lubok Simpon. This bird is often found in birdwaves.

223 Great Tit Parus major
KS- We saw a few of these mangrove-birds from the boardwalk. The subspecies ambiguus is ashy grey instead of the yellow and greenish european ones.

224 Sultan Tit Melanochlora sultanea
FH- A pair were seen around the Old Smokehouse.
TN- One bird was seen near the campsite.

225 Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica
FH- A few seen from the New Road and around Jeriau Waterfall
TN- Common along the Sungei Tembeling.
KS- Common

226 Pacific Swallow Hirundo tahitica
Common everywhere and in much larger numbers than Barn Swallow.
TN-Hundreds were seen from the boattrip on the Sungei Tembeling.

227 Rufous-bellied Swallow Hirundo badia
FH- 2 birds of this recently split birds were seen from the entrance of the Jeriau Waterfall. The birds are somewhat larger and had deep red underparts.
These birds previously bred at the Gap Resthouse. But this year they were gone because of renovations of the building.

228 Black-headed Bulbul Pyctnonotus atriceps
TN- Seen every day around the chalets of the Mutiara Resort. Often together with other bulbuls in the fruiting-trees.

229 Black-crested Bulbul Pyctnonotus melanicterus
G- The most common bulbul here.
FH- A few along the New Road.

230 Scaly-breasted Bulbul Pyctnonotus squamatus
FH- One along the New Road.
TN- Seen on different days in the fruiting tree in front of our chalet. The most pretty bulbul of them all.

231 Grey-bellied Bulbul Pyctnonotus cyaniventris
TN- One sighting in the beginning of the trail to the Canopy Walkway, just north of the Mutiara Resort. Another bird was present around the chalets of the Mutiara resort.

232 Stripe-throated bulbul Pyctnonotus finlaysoni
G- Seen along the Raub Road and in the backyard of the Gap Resthouse. Quite common here.
FH- A few seen from the New Road.
TN- Common. Seen daily in the fruiting trees of the Mutiara Resort.

233 Yellow-vented Bulbul Pyctnonotus goiavier
FH- 3 birds around the pine resort.
KS-Many in and around the reserve.

234 Olive-winged Bulbul Pyctnonotus plumosus
TN- One bird seen around our chalet at the Mutiara Resort.
KS- Two birds at the Langur Trail.

235 Cream-vented Bulbul Pyctnonotus simplex
TN- A few seen daily in and around the fruiting trees at the Mutiara Resort.

236 Red-eyed Bulbul Pyctnonotus brunneus
FH- 2 seen from the beginning of the New Road.
TN- Common, more than 5 seen daily in the HQ area.

237 Spectacled Bulbul Pyctnonotus erythropthalmus
TN- Also a common bulbul in and around the Mutiara Resort.

238 Straw-headed Bulbul Pyctnonotus zeylanicus
TN- This fantastic bird is often seen near rivers. We saw a few around the Mutiara Resort along the Sungei Tembeling. During the boattrip on the Sungei Tahan we saw at least 5 individuals. 2 birds seen at the start of the trail to the Blau and Yong Hide, nearby the Sungei Tembeling. These birds are getting scarcer and scarcer because of the poaching in the last few years. It is a popular cagebird, especially in Indonesia.

239 Black-and-white Bulbul Pyctnonotus melanoleucus
TN-A nice male was seen on the 24th of August in a fruiting tree at the Mutiara Resort. A uncommon bird of Taman Negara.

240 Finchs Bulbul Alophoixus finchii
TN- One bird was seen and filmed from the Kumbang Hide on 28/8.

241 Ochraceous Bulbul Alophoixus ochraceus
G- Common.
FH- Seen a few along the New Road.

242 Grey-cheeked Bulbul Alophoixus bres
TN- One was seen on 26/8 at the start of the trail from Blau hide to Kuala Tahan.

242 Yellow-bellied Bulbul Alophoixus phaeocephalus
TN- Seen on different trails in Taman Negara. Seem to be less attracted to the fruiting trees in the resort. Often seen in somewhat remote areas like the River Trail (4 birds) and the trail to the Kumbang Hide (3 birds).

243 Hairy-backed Bulbul Tricholestes criniger
TN- 3 birds at Kuala Trenggan on 29/8, and a few singles seen elsewhere in the park.

244 Buff-vented Bulbul Iole olivicea
TN- A few seen around the Mutiara Resort.

246 Cinereous Bulbul Hemixos cinereous
FH- Seen a few along the New Road. This bird has recently been split. It was formerly a subspecies of the Ashy Bulbul Hemixos flavala cinereous.

247 Mountain Bulbul Hypsipetes mcclellandii
FH- A common bulbul here on almost all trails.
CH- Also common.

248 Rufescent Prinia Prinia rufescens
FH- 2 birds were seen from the new road on 17/8.

249 Yellow-bellied Prinia Prinia flaviventris
KS- A common bird at the reserve.

250 Mountain Tailorbird Orthotomus cuculatus
FH- Seen occasionally in birdwaves. 2 at the beginning of the Pine Tree Trail. 1 at the Hemmnant Trail, 1 on the Abu Suradi trail on 17/8, and one on the Ledgeham Road.
CH- Seen a couple in a birdwave with warblers and fulvettas on the road to the summit of the Gunung Brinchang.

251 Common Tailorbird Orthotomus sutorius
G- One seen from the Raub road.
FH- Two seen from the New Road.
TN- One was seen near Kuala Trenggan.

252 Dark-necked Tailorbird Orthotomus atrogularis
G- A few seen from the Gap Resthouse on 15/8. A bird was present at the new road. There were probably more but they were hiding in the high grass.
TN- Seen on different days. Common in and around the Mutiara resort.

253 Rufous-tailed Tailorbird Orthotomus sericeus
TN- Three birds were present in a fruiting tree at the Mutiara Resort.

254 Ashy Tailorbird Orthotomus ruficeps
TN- One was seen around the swimming place at Lubok Simpon.
KS- Common in and around the park.

255 Arctic Warbler Phylloscopus borealis
SA- One bird was (on 5/9!) seen at Taman Pertanian.

256 Mountain Leaf-warbler Phylloscopus trivirgatus
CH- A couple seen at the road to Gunung Brinchang. All in birdwaves with same-sized birds. Beautiful birds!

257 Oriental White-eye Zosterops palpebrosus
KS- A few groups were seen in the park and in the mangroves on different days.

258 Everetts White-eye Zosterops everetti
G- Common.
FH- Only seen a few flocks besides the New Road. Replaces Oriental White-eye in the sub-montane areas.

259 Chestnut-crowned Warbler Seicercus castaniceps
FH- One seen at the very beginning of the Pine Tree Trail in a birdwave with Mountain Fulvettas.

260 Yellow-breasted Warbler Seicercus montis
CH- This species requires high elevations. And the Cameron Highlands is a good spot for them. We saw three of those lovely but highly active birds in a mixed species flock around the summit of Gunung Brinchang.

261 Yellow-bellied Warbler Abroscopus superciliaris
G- We saw two birds at the beginning of the old Frasers Hill Road. The birds roamed the bamboo.

262 Black Laughingthrush Garrulax pectoralis
G- Seen different small flocks on different days. Often around the Gap Resthouse and halfway up the Old Frasers Hill Road.

263 Chestnut-capped Laughingthrush Garrrulax mitratus
FH- A common bird. Often seen in small flocks.
CH- Also common.

264 Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush Garrulax erythrocephalus
FH- These birds belong to the subspecies peninsula.
Less common than Chestnut-capped but a couple were seen near the mosque and from the Mager Trail.
CH- 2 birds at the Gunung Brinchang.

265 White-chested Babbler Trichastoma rostratum
TN- These birds are often seen near riversides. From our boattrip on the Sungei Tahan we saw a couple of these birds.

266 Ferruginous Babbler Trichastoma bicolor
TN- A few were heard in the Kumbang area.

267 Abbots Babbler Malaconcincla abbotti
TN- Common, 5-10 were seen or heard daily in the park.
KS- A few seen along the Eagle Trail.

268 Short-tailed Babbler Malaconclinca malaccensis
TN- Heard at the trail to Lubok Simpon and on the Jenat Muda Trail. Supposed to be common but we saw none.

269 Buff-breasted Babbler Pellorneum tickelli
FH- One was briefly seen by P.B at the New Road.

270 Black-capped Babbler Pellorneum capistratum
TN- One bird was seen by F.D on the forest-floor at the trail to Lubok Simpon on 30/8. A nice bird.

271 Moustached Babbler Malacopteron magnirostre
TN- Heard and seen around the Blau Hide. One bird was heard at the trail to Bukit Teresek.

272 Sooty-capped Babbler Malacopteron affine
TN- A bird was seen from the Kumbang Hide. Two were heard from the Yong and Blau Hide.

273 Scaly-crowned Babbler Malacopteron cinereum
TN- Often in small flocks 3-6 ind. Around the Canopy Walkway, trail to Lubok Simpon and Jenat Muda Trail. Seen on different days on different trails.

274 Rufous-crowned Babbler Malacopteron magnum
TN- 4 seen from the Jenat Muda Trail. 3 at the River Trail. One was present on the trail to the Tabing Hide.

275 Large Scimitar-babbler Pomatorhinus hypoleucos
FH- One was heard from the Pine-Tree Trail on 19/8.
We had an magnificent encounter with these creatures later that day. After we heard a bird calling we directly started to tape and before and in a couple of seconds we both got good views of a few birds only 4 meters from us. A very exciting record.

276 Chestnut-backed Scimitar-babbler Pomatorhinus montanus
TN- At least 2 birds were present at the River Trail on our last afternoon in the park. They react very well on our tapes.

277 Striped Wren-babbler Kenopia striata
TN- At least 2 birds were heard around the Blau Hide. One bird was calling close to the trail and we managed to get a glimse of it.

278 Large Wren- babbler Napothera macrodactyla
TN- One was heard on the Jenat Muda Trail and 3 birds were seen and heard just behind the lodges of Kuala Trenggan. Also one was heard on the trail to Kuala Tahan, from the Blau Hide.

279 Streaked Wren-babbler Napothera brevicaudata
FH- Three birds were present on the Bisschops trail.

280 Pygmy Wren-babbler Pnoepyga pusilla
G- One bird was seen on our way up to FH on the Old Road.
FH- Heard on most days. Only seen from the Bisschops trail, but very close.
CH- One bird was seen near the Parit Falls.

281 Rufous-fronted Babbler Stachyris rufifrons
TN- 3 birds seen on the trail to Lubok Simpon on 27/8, 4 around the Blau Hide on 26/8.

282 Golden Babbler Stachyris chrysaea
FH- A common birdwave species.
CH- 10+ were seen on our way up to the Gunung Brinchang in the last 2 km.

283 Grey-throated Babbler Stachyris nigriceps
FH- One bird was seen in a wave on the Ledgeham Road. 1 on the Abu Suradi Trail on 17/8.
CH- One was present on our way to the Gunung Brinchang. Often in birdwaves.

284 Grey-headed Babbler Stachyris poliocephala
TN- One was seen just before the Kumbang Hide on 28/8.

285 Black-throated Babbler Stachyris nigricollis
TN-1 on the trail to Lubok Simpon on 22/8. And on the same day another bird was present on the trail to the Canopy Walkway, one km from the Mutiara Resort.

286 Chestnut-rumped Babbler Stachyris maculata
TN- One was present near the Kumbang Hide on 28/8.

287 Chestnut-winged Babbler Stachyris erythroptera
TN-2 birds on the trail to the Canopy Walkway on 22/8. 3 birds were seen on 25/8 on the trail to Bukit Teresek. Not a uncommon bird in the park.

288 Striped Tit-babbler Macronous gularis
G- Seen a few around the Gap Resthouse on different days. 2-5 daily.
TN- A few seen on the trail to Bukit Teresek. A few seen elsewhere in the park.

289 Fluffy-backed Tit-babbler Macronous Ptilosus
TN- Seen a couple from the Kumbang Hide. They were very noisy.
Also a small group seen on the Swamp Loop performing courtship display.

290 Cutia Cutia nipalensis
CH- At least 5 birds were seen besides the road to the Gunung Brinchang. 2,8 km from the summit. A beautiful sighting. One bird was calling on a branch just beside the road. This bird was not seen at FH.

291 White-browed Shrike-babbler Pteruthius flaviscapis
FH- One bird in a mixed birdflock on the Old Road. A pair was present on different days around the dump.

292 Black-eared Shrike-babbler Pteruthius melanotis
FH- Ive only seen juveniles and females but they were also worth watching.
2 were seen from the Hemmnant Trail. One from the Bisschops Trail.

293 Blue-winged Minla Minla cyanouroptera
FH- Common. Especially around the highest levels for example around the Rubbish Dump.

294 Chestnut-tailed Minla Minla ignotincta
CH- This colourful bird was not uncommon around the summit of Gunung Brinchang. We saw more than 5 individuals. All gave beautifull views. These birds needs high elevations. It is uncommon at FH.

295 Silver-eared Mesia Leiothrix argentauris
FH- A common but beautiful bird. Often in flocks of 5-20 individuals. We had a group of 20 birds beyond the Pine Resort.
CH- Also common.

296 Rufous-winged Fulvetta Alcippe castaniceps
CH- In a huge mixed birdflock with fantails, warblers and Mountain Fulvettas there were at least 6 Rufous-winged Fulvettas present. They were not shy and we could observe a few of these birds at 2 meters or so.

297 Mountain Fulvetta Alcippe Peracensis
A very common bird at G, FH and in the CH. Most birdflocks produces these birds.

298 Long-tailed Sibia Heterophasia picaoides
FH- Common. Seen daily. Often in family parties and very vocally present.
CH- 10+ were seen around the Gunung Brinchang.

299 White-bellied Yuhina Yuhina zantholeuca
G- Three birds on the way to FH. 2 birds from the Mager Trail.

300 Yellow-breasted Flowerpecker Prionochilus maculatus
TN- One bird was present around Kuala Trenggan.

301 Thick-billed Flowerpecker Dicaeum agile
TN- F.D. saw one bird on the last day in the park besides the River Trail.

302 Yellow-vented Flowerpecker Dicaeum chrysorrheum
TN- A couple of these birds were present in the fruiting trees in the Mutiara Resort.

303 Orange-bellied Flowerpecker Dicaeum trigonostigma
FH- 2 birds were present around the Golf Course, and on the same day 2 birds on the New Road (19/8)
TN- A couple were seen on 2 days in and around the Mutiara Resort.

304 Plain Flowerpecker Dicaeum concolor
G- The only record of our trip was a sighting of 2 birds on the Raub Road 2 km from the Gap Resthouse. An other birder saw one at FH.

305 Fire-breasted Flowerpecker Dicaeum ignipectus
G- One male was seen beautifully from the KKB road, 1 km from the resthouse. 2 were seen from the Guesthouse in flight.

306 Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker Dicaeum cruentatum
G- One male flew by on 17/8 and was seen from the terrace of the resthouse. This is a high altitude and strange place for this specie.
KS- A splendid male was seen besides the watchtower in the park.

307 Plain Sunbird Anthreptes simplex
TN- One male was seen from the Kumbang Hide. P.B saw also a male from the trail to Lubok Simpon.

308 Brown-throated Sunbird Anthreptes malacensis
TN- Only seen around the Sungei Tahan. One from the boattrip and 2 on different days at Lubok Simpon.

309 Ruby-cheeked Sunbird Anthreptes singalensis
TN- Fairly common around the HQ area at Kuala Tahan.

310 Purple-naped Sunbird Hypogramma hypogrammicum
G- A pair was seen besides the KKB road on 15/8.

311 Olive-backed Sunbird Nectarinia jugularis
KS- Seen a few daily. Also a pair on Bukit Melawati.

312 Little Spiderhunter Arachnothera longirostra
G- One bird seen from the Old Road to Frasers Hill.
TN- One besides the Sungei Tahan(24/8).

313 Long-billed Spiderhunter Arachnothera robusta
TN- One at the campsite on 23/8 was our only sighting.

314 Spectacled Spiderhunter Arachnothera flavigaster
G- One bird was seen from the Gap Resthouse.
FH- 2 birds were present at the beginning of the Mager Trail on 17/8.

315 Yellow-eared Spiderhunter Arachnothera chrysogenys
TN- On 22/8 a bird was present in a fruiting tree near the Mutiara Resort.

316 Grey-breasted Spiderhunter Arachnothera affinis
TN- I saw my first on the trail to the Canopy Walkway on 25/8. Others were seen in the flowering trees at the Mutiara Resort and from the Kumbang Hide on 28/8.

317 Streaked Spiderhunter Arachnothera magna
FH- Common around the flowering trees in Frasers Hill.
CH- One bird in the gardens of Tana Ratah.

318 Paddyfield Pipit Anthus rufulus
FH- 2 birds at the golfcourse.
CH- 7 birds were present at the footballfields of Tana Ratah.

319 Forest Wagtail Dendronanthus indicus
FH- One bird was seen on the road to the Jeriau Waterfall on 20/8.
TN- On 22/8 and 23/8 a bird was present at the Mutiara Resort.
KS- Seen one bird on Bukit Melawati and one bird seen on two days in the park itself.
SA- One bird was present on 5/9 in Taman Pertanian by P.B.

320 Grey Wagtail Motacilla cinerea
FH- Seen or heard a few daily.
CH- Two birds were present at the Parit Falls.

321 Eurasian Tree Sparrow Passer montanus
Common in urban areas.

322 Baya Weaver Ploceus phillipinus
SK- 2 males and a female were seen at the Oil Palm farm near Tangjong Karang.
KL- Seen at the Mining Pools near Kuala Lumpur.

323 White-rumped Munia Lonchura striata
G/FH- Common and sometimes in flocks of 25+.

324 Scaly-breasted Munia Lonchura punctulata
SK- Seen a few small flocks around the farms at the Sempadan Rice Fields near Tangjong Karang.
KL- The most common Lonchura at the mining pools.

325 Black-headed Munia Lonchura malacca
KL- Two birds were seen at the Mining Pools.

326 White-headed Munia Lonchura maja
KL- Relatively common at the Mining Pools.

327 Pin-tailed Parrotfinch Erythrura prasina
G- No less than 9 individuals were seen in flight from the terrace at the Gap Resthouse. This scarce and irruptive bamboo specialist is tricky to find.


1 Mangrove Snake/Gold-ringed Catsnake, Boiga dendrophila
2 Oriental Whipsnake, ahaetulla prasina
3 Flat-tailed Gecko, Cosymbotus platyurus
4 Spotted House Gecko, Gekko monarchus
5 Garden fence Lizard, Calotes versicolor
6 Green Crested Lizard, Bronchocela cristatella 7 Gliding Lizard (spec.) Draco spec.
8 Bengal(clouded) Monitor, Varanus bengalensis
9 Water Monitor, Varanus salvator
10 Many-lined Sun Skink, Mabuya multifasciata
11 Long-tailed Sun Skink, Mabuya longicaudata
12 Olive-tree Skink, Dasia olivacea
13 Spiny Turtle, Heosemys spinosa


1 Common Tree-shrew, Tupaia glis
2 Slow Loris, Nycticebus coucang
3 Long-tailed Macaque, Macaca fascicularis
4 Pig-tailed Macaque, Macaca nemestrina
5 White-thighed Langur, Presbytis siamensis
6 Silvered Leaf-monkey, Trachypithecus cristatus
7 Dusky Langur, Trachypithecus obscurus
8 White-handed Gibbon, Hylobates lar
9 Siamang, Hylobates syndactylus
10 Smooth Otter, Lutra perspicillata
11 Malay Civet, Viverra tangalunga
12 Leopard Cat, Prionailurus bengalensis
13 Eurasian Wild Pig, Sus scrofa
14 reater Mouse-deer, Tragulus napu
15 Lesser Mouse-deer, Tragulus javanicus
16 Sambar Deer, Cervus unicolor
17 Common Muntjac, Muntiacus muntjak
18 Black Giant Squirrel, Ratufa bicolor
19 Sunda Giant Squirrel, Ratufa affinis
20 Prevosts Squirrel, Callosciurus prevostii
21 Plaintain Squirrel, Callosciurus notatus
22 rey-bellied Squirrel, Callosciurus caniceps
23 Black-banded Squirrel, Callosciurus nigrovittatus
24 Mountain Red-bellied Squirrel, Callosciurus erythraeus
25 Himalayan Striped Squirrel, Tamiops macclellandi
26 Slender Squirrel, Sundasciurus tenuis
27 Red Spiny Rat, Maxomys surifer