Having had Spoon-billed Sandpiper and Gurney’s Pitta high on the “wish list” for a long time there was not many options but to go to Thailand at some point. Contact was taken with the Thai bird guide called END (email@example.com), which is a bit easier than her real name, Sukanaya Thanombuddha. She was recommended by other Swedish birders, and plans were made for a 13 days journey, to get the most out of Thailand in such a short time as we had. “We” were originally Jan Oldebring, a good friend and birding pal from my hometown Sodertalje, my father Stefan, and I. Eventually, another good friend, Kristian Svensson from Malmo, also joined our team. When Stefan ended up in a hospital in Thailand the week before our planned start of the birding trip, we were back to a group of three.
Thailand is reasonably easy to do on your own, but as we had such a short time to spend, we found it valuable to have someone sorting out the logistics. END did this very well and even joined us for the last few days in southern Thailand, which we originally planned to do on our own (with a local driver arranged by END). The happiness she found in birding was also clearly shown by the unmasked joy, jumping up-and-down, as she got Grey-winged Blackbird as a lifer…
In the end of the trip we summed up to a grand total of 425 species, a number we were quite satisfied with. Especially since END, unfortunately, were ill for a few days, and therefore couldn’t follow us in the field. We managed fairly well to find birds on our own, even by call (but without playback). Top ten birds of the trip were Gurney’s Pitta, Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Coral-billed Ground-Cuckoo, Mrs Hume’s Pheasant, Chestnut-naped Forktail, Siamese Fireback, Giant Nuthatch, Nordmann’s Greenshank, Blue Pitta and Red-faced Liocichla.
Budgetwise we thought we did quite well too. We paid 11.100 THB for gas, 20.000 THB for car and driver, 38.000 THB for END, 17.000 THB for accommodation, 5100 THB for two boat rides and one 4WD, and 25.800 THB for two domestic flights. Altogether a cost of 117.000 THB, which shared with three people, comes down to 39.000 THB each. At the time this was equal to 7800 SKR. By car we covered approximately 2500 km in the north and 250 km in the south.
Jan Oldebring, Södertälje, Sweden
Kristian Svensson, Malmö, Sweden
Daniel Bengtsson, Södertälje, Sweden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
March 1st: Bangkok – Kok Kham – Phetchaburi – Nayang Bat Cave – White Beach Resort.
March 2nd: Pak Biea Cape – Leam Phak Bia – Saraburi – Khao Yai.
March 3rd: Khao Yai – Bung Boraphet.
March 4th: Bung Boraphet – Chiang Mai.
March 5th: Huai Hong Krai – Doi Ang Khang.
March 6th: Doi Ang Khang.
March 7th: Doi Ang Khang – Chiang Dao Widlife Sanctuary.
March 8th: Doi Chiang Dao – Chiang Mai – Doi Inthanon.
March 9th: Doi Inthanon.
March 10th: Doi Inthanon – Chiang Mai – Phuket – Khao Panombencha – Khao Nor Chuchi.
March 11th: Khao Nor Chuchi – Klongtom Hot Springs.
March 12th: Khao Nor Chuchi – Railay Bay.
March 13th: Krabi Mangroves – Bangkok.
END picked us up with driver at the international airport in Bangkok. First on the schedule was Kok Kham. The famous “Mr T” met up and pointed out a flock of thirteen Nordmann’s Greenshanks. Even though it would have been nice to more thoroughly watch the other waders, including a good number of 150 Marsh Sandpipers, we pretty soon headed on towards Phetchaburi. On the way we passed Chonglom, where up to a hundred pairs of Germain’s Swiftlets nested in a chapel.
The low tide at Phetchaburi was a bit worrisome, as the shorebirds spread out significantly. However, after some search we found what we were looking for - Spoon-billed Sandpiper! Eventually a second individual showed up too, with a pale blue flag above the joint on the right leg. END called Philip Round, who confirmed the bird was not reported in Thailand before. Later, after contact with the Spoon-billed Sandpiper project, we found out it was ringed at the Chukotsky Peninsula (67°N, 174°W), 8464 km to the northeast (from 13°N, 100°E). A Dunlin (in 1st winter plumage) was also quite unexpected.
After check-in and a dip in the pool at Phetchaburi White Beach Resort, we went to Nayang Bat Cave. Some rice fields produced Oriental Pratincole, Grey-headed Lapwing and Greater Spotted Eagle (2 cal. bird). Just before dusk four Grey-faced Buzzards and an adult female Peregrine Falcon waited for the millions of bats “flooding” out of the cave during 10-15 minutes.
Morning boat-drive through mangroves with Racket-tailed Treepie out to a sand bank off Pak Biea Cape. We might have caught the right time (high tide), as many waders (11 species) were gathered on the small island. Malaysian Plover, Greater and Lesser Sand Plover, as well as 250 Great Knots gave perfect views. Nine Heuglin’s Gulls made it to the log. The nearby sewage works at Leam Phak Bia also had good numbers of birds, including 100 Spotted Redshanks and 200 Kentish Plovers, 100 Whiskered Terns, 150 Great and 100 Little Egrets.
Outside Saraburi, at Phra Buddha Baht Noi Temple, END had a stake-out for Limestone Wren-Babbler (race calcicola). Later on, we stopped at km 19.5 before Khao Yai, adding Red-breasted Parakeet to the list. Arriving late in the afternoon to the first National Park of Thailand (founded in 1959), just a little birding was carried out before dark. During dinner Great Eared-Nightjar and Oriental Bay Owl called outside our house. Pig-tailed Macaque, Sambar, Barking Deer, Malayan Porcupine and Small Indian Civet were seen on a short “game drive”.
Almost a full day in Khao Yai. Red Junglefowl, Siamese Fireback and Blue Pitta were all seen between km 11 and 12. Further on a bird wave included Silver-breasted Broadbill, Large Scimitar-Babbler, Lesser Necklaced, Black-throated and White-crested Laughingthrushes, Green Magpie, Ashy and Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Blue-winged Leafbird, Swinhoe’s Minivet and Hill Blue Flycatcher. Other appreciated observations were Wreathed Hornbill, Red-headed Trogon, Asian Fairy-Bluebird, Hainan Blue Flycatcher, Sulphur-breasted and Plain-tailed Warblers.
On our way out (at 4.30 p.m.), between km 24 and 25, a Sun Bear crossed the road in front of us. Stopping where it went into the forest, and looking the other way, revealed a pair of Coral-billed Ground-Cuckoos. -Difficult choice what to watch first! We went for the latter, showing an interesting display and forage behaviour, and could then watch the bear eating ants/termites at a distance of 20 metres. At the next stop, still with a rush of adrenaline, we enjoyed a pair of Great Hornbills feeding in the same tree as eleven Oriental Pied Hornbills. Hill Mynas passed by in pleasant evening light. After dinner, just outside Khao Yai, we had four hours of driving to Bung Boraphet, where we slept in a basic research station building.
Boat-ride through water hyacinths and lotus flowers on Bung Boraphet 7.30 - 11 a.m. The morning resulted in good observations of Striated Grassbird, Painted Snipe, Jacanas, Cinnamon and Yellow Bitterns, Ruddy-breasted and White-browed Crakes. Baya, Streaked and Asian Golden Weavers all gathered in the same small reedy pond, whereas Siberian Rubythroat and Bluethroat preferred to dwell in denser vegetation. On the open water Great Crested Grebe, Lesser Whistling-Duck (3000), Garganey (3000) and Northern Pintail (500) were noted (numbers rather too low than too high). Thousands of Asian Openbills circling in a huge flock was also quite impressive.
After 5½ hours of driving it was nice with some birding again, including Rufous-winged Buzzard and Indochinese Bush-Lark, at Mae Hia Agricultural Research Station, Chiang Mai.
At Huai Hong Krai Royal Development Study Centre there’s assorted birds and animals in cages. We were mostly interested in the Green Peafowls, which together with the food suppliy attract wild individuals of the same species. Peafowls were also seen away from the cages, giving a more genuine appearance. The dry deciduous forest seemed not to be productive at this time of the year, so we continued to Doi Ang Khang, where the higher elevation (1300 m) made the climate very pleasant.
After entering our small comfortable huts, we had a walk around the Royal Agricultural Station in full blossom. Then we went to a trail taking us through various habitats on a hillside. Many mountain species added to the list, including Red-faced Liocichla, Silver-eared Mesia, Spectacled Barwing, Dark- and Rufous-backed Sibia, Fire-capped Tit and Black Eagle.
Full day at Doi Ang Khang, birding different trails and areas. The first was the most rewarding one, following a small stream with lush vegetation. No really rare birds, but the White-gorgeted Flycatcher, skulkingly singing from inside the bamboo, was definitely worth remembering. We had late breakfast at the restaurant at about ten o’clock, while checking Black-breasted Thrushes at the backside. At mid-day we visited the Burmese border. Some more birding in the afternoon produced several Buff-throated Warblers in secondary scrub. In the evening we went back to the first trail, enjoying Collared and Mountain Scops-Owls, as well as numerous fireflies.
We had first breakfast at the parking lot, while keeping an eye on the leaves behind the restaurant. Two Grey-winged Blackbird males joined the Black-breasted Thrushes today, and a male Eye-browed Thrush showed up in the higher trees. The rest of the morning was spent at a Chinese plum vineyard, bordered by a slope with bamboo holding Rusty-cheeked Scimitar-Babbler and Spot-breasted Parrotbill. A Yellow-legged Buttonquail was flushed, Crested Finchbill and Slaty-blue Flycatcher (male) much appreciated.
After brunch we left Doi Ang Khang, heading down towards Chiang Dao (300 m). In the afternoon we visited a beautifully situated Buddhist temple in Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary. Violet Cuckoo in song and display flight, Drongo Cuckoo (5), Pin-tailed Green Pigeon (200), Asian Fairy-Bluebird (6), Golden-fronted Leafbird (5) and Blue Rock Thrush (2nd cal. male) were some noteworthy observations. In a dry riverine creek we had Grey-throated Babbler, Buff-breasted Babbler and Brown-cheeked Fulvetta.
Early start (4.30 a.m.) to get up with 4WD on Doi Chiang Dao, the third highest mountain in Thailand reaching 2175 m. We were lucky to see a male Mrs Hume’s Pheasant along the road. From a clearing we continued by foot along the ridge trail. It would have taken two days to reach the top, but that was not what we had in mind. Instead we concentrated on the large coniferous trees, and after a while we found the Giant Nuthatch. Birding was then carried out around the end of the driveable track (where more Giant Nuthatches turned up during lunch), and by walking downhill. Nice birds included Crested Goshawk, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, Crested Treeswift, Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush, Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher, Grey-crowned Warbler, Burmese Shrike, Slender-billed Oriole and Chestnut Bunting. At 5.30 p.m. we were back in Chiang Dao, from where we via Chiang Mai drove to Doi Inthanon (2565 m; Thailand’s highest peak), arriving at 10 p.m.
Full day at Doi Inthanon. The morning was calm, clear and quite chilly (7-8°C). Mountain Bamboo Partridge foraged on an open lawn, while Rufous-throated Partridge was more skulking in the bamboo. Good bird activity around the top centre with Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush, Chestnut-tailed Minla and Blue Whistling Thrush feeding at the picnic tables and a male Green-tailed Sunbird in a fuchsia one metre away. A flock of seven Chestnut Thrushes visited the highest trees. Along the boardwalk we got excellent views of Eurasian Woodcock, White-browed Shortwing, Rufous-winged Fulvetta, Snowy-browed Flycatcher, Ashy-throated and Buff-barred Warblers.
Late morning we spent a bit further down on the mountain. The forest was fairly quiet but rewarded us with Long-tailed Broadbill, Large Niltava, Brown-throated Treecreeper, Slaty-bellied Tesia and Black Giant Squirrel.
In the afternoon we visited different streams in a search for Forktails, but found White-capped Water Redstarts only. Yellow-cheeked Tit was seen along a trail, where also Rusty-naped Pitta was whistled in. We could hear its feet jumping on the dry leaves under the bamboo just a couple of metres away, but the bird remained out of sight.
Short morning session at km 13 (from Doi Inthanon summit). Collared Falconet and Black-backed Forktail were nice encounters, ending the northern part of the tour. At 11.15 a.m. we flew from Chiang Mai to Phuket, arriving one hour and 45 minutes later.
Afternoon birding at Khao Panombencha National Park offered a male Chestnut-naped Forktail, suddenly accompanied by a stunning Orange-headed Thrush. Mugimaki Flycatcher and Silver-rumped Needletail were also seen, Gold-whiskered and Red-throated Barbets heard. We had dinner in Krabi, before going to Khao Nor Chuchi. Another Swedish birder, Claes Hansson from Stockholm, who we knew would be in the neighbourhood, soon found out about our arrival and met up for a chat. For the first time on the trip, Jan didn’t have to spend the night alone, as he got company by a loud Tokai Gecko in his hut.
At 6.30 a.m. there was enough light to enter the U trail. A Siberian Blue Robin jumped on the track, and soon thereafter we heard Gurney’s Pitta calling. We decided to stay put with a low profile. Eventually the call came closer and suddenly a shadow flew in and landed on the forest floor. There was a bright flash of blue and the next second a splendid male Gurney’s Pitta almost filled up our binoculars at the distance of 10-15 metres. The yellow bars on the flanks were very obvious against the dark body and the blue colour was incredibly clear.
The rest of the morning we walked Trail B, C and D via Emerald Pool back to lunch at Morakot Resort. Not so much bird activity but we were quite happy with white Paradise-Flycatchers, Black Baza, Green Braodbill, Grey-rumped Treeswift and Blue-eared Kingfisher. A few Bulbuls and Babblers, as well as wintering Arctic and Eastern Crowned Warblers also added to the list.
In the afternoon we continued eastwards (with vehicle) to a clearing and a significant ascent of the road, a place apparently called Paen din Samer. The trail made a sharp left turn over a hill and took us through good looking forest habitat, although the time of the day was obviously not perfect for forest birds. Instead, the best encounter was a small group of Needletails; two Brown-backed and five Silver-rumped.
At Klongtom Hot Springs we said a thankful goodbye to END, who had to get back to Bangkok for new clients. We felt as real tourists, even though the only westerners, entering the 45°C hot water in small natural pools. Pin-tailed Parrotfinch was a nice surprise. We stayed after dark, hearing White-fronted Scops-Owl, Brown Hawk-Owl (also seen), Large-tailed Nightjar and Great Eared-Nightjar.
Morning walk by Emerald Pool and up to trail D, mostly in search for Banded Pitta. No calls heard, so perhaps they had not arrived yet. At a small crystal clear pool we had a Ruddy Kingfisher up close. Chestnut-winged Babbler and Fulvous-chested Jungle-Flycatcher also showed nicely. Eventually Kristian, having filmed Gurney’s Pitta successfully at the U trail, joined us back to the entrance (via trail C and B). At ten o’clock we decided to retire for rest, packing and lunch, followed by transport to Krabi and check-in at Greenery Hotel.
Afternoon longtail-boat to Railay Bay, where we had a bath at Princess Beach and later on a walk to Princess Cave. Dusky Langur and Pringles-eating Long-tailed Macaque were encountered. Birds included Pacific Reef Egret, White-bellied Sea-Eagle, Collared Kingfisher, Dusky Crag Martin and two races of Blue Rock Thrush (philippensis and pandoo/madoci).
Pre-booked boat-ride with “Mr Dai” in Krabi Mangroves. Highlights were, as expected, Mangrove Pitta together with Brown-winged and Ruddy Kingfishers, which were all seen well. On the south side of a large cliff a Barn Owl was found on day-roost, while an Oriental Hobby were busy catching insects. Black-capped, Common and Collared Kingfishers, Osprey, Dusky Crag Martin, Ashy Tailorbird and Ruby-cheeked Sunbird were also noted. We celebrated our successful tour with a couple of visits to Swensens ice cream restaurant and some shopping, before evening flight to Bangkok.
(425 noted; 24 heard only)
1. Yellow-legged Buttonquail Turnix tanki 1 Doi Ang Khang.
2. Scaly-breasted Partridge Arborophila chloropus Heard Khao Yai.
3. Rufous-throated Partridge A. rufogularis Heard Doi Ang Khang, 2 Doi Inthanon.
4. Mountain Bamboo Partridge Bambusicola fytchii 3 Doi Inthanon.
5. Red Junglefowl Gallus gallus 5 Khao Yai.
6. Siamese Fireback Lophura diardi 1 male and 2 females Khao Yai.
7. Mrs Hume’s Pheasant Syrmaticus humiae 1 male Doi Inthanon.
8. Green Peafowl Pavo muticus 10 Huai Hong Krai.
9. Lesser Whistling-Duck Dendrocygna javanica 3000 Bung Boraphet, 300 on 5th of March.
10. Ruddy Shelduck Tadorna ferruginea 7 Bung Boraphet.
11. Northern Pintail Anas acuta 500 Bung Boraphet.
12. Garganey Anas querquedula 3000 Bung Boraphet.
13. Cotton Pygmy-Goose Nettapus coromandelianus 40 Bung Boraphet.
14. Little Grebe Tachybaptus ruficollis Four observation dates.
15. Great Crested Grebe Podiceps cristatus 1 Bung Boraphet.
16. Speckled Piculet Picumnus innominatus 2 Doi Ang Khang.
17. Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker Dendrocopos canicapillus Seen on three days.
18. Stripe-breasted Woodpecker Dendrocopos atratus Seen on four days.
19. Bamboo Woodpecker Gecinulus viridis 1 Doi Ang Khang.
20. Bay Woodpecker Blythipicus pyrrhotis 1 heard Doi Ang Khang.
21. Common Flameback Dinopium javanense 3 Khao Yai.
22. Greater Yellownape Picus flavinucha 1 heard Khao Yai, 1 Doi Chiang Dao.
23. Grey-headed Woodpecker Picus canus 2 Doi Chiang Dao.
24. Great Barbet Megalaima virens Doi Ang Khang, Doi Chiang Dao and Doi Inthanon.
25. Lineated Barbet Megalaima lineata Three observation dates.
26. Green-eared Barbet Megalaima faiostricta At least 2 heard Khao Yai.
27. Gold-whiskered Barbet Megalaima chrysopogon 3 heard Khao Panombencha.
28. Golden-throated Barbet Megalaima franklinii Doi Ang Khang and Doi Inthanon.
29. Blue-throated Barbet Megalaima asiatica Five observation dates.
30. Moustached Barbet Megalaima incognita Khao Yai.
31. Blue-eared Barbet Megalaima australis Five observation dates.
32. Red-crowned Barbet Megalaima rafflesii 2-3 heard Khao Nor Chuchi.
33. Red-throated Barbet Megalaima mystacophanos 15 heard 10th-12th of March.
34. Coppersmith Barbet Megalaima haemacephala Four observation dates.
35. Oriental Pied Hornbill Anthracoceros albirostris 20-25 Khao Yai.
36. Great Hornbill Buceros bicornis 3 Khao Yai.
37. Wreathed Hornbill Aceros undulatus 1 Khao Yai.
38. Red-naped Trogon Harpactes kasumba 1 heard Khao Nor Chuchi.
39. Red-headed Trogon Harpactes erythrocephalus 2 Khao Yai.
40. Brown-winged Kingfisher Pelargopsis amauropterus 10 Krabi Mangroves.
41. Common Kingfisher Alcedo atthis Seen on four days.
42. Blue-eared Kingfisher Alcedo meninting 2 Khao Nor Chuchi.
43. Ruddy Kingfisher Halcyon coromanda 1 Khao Nor Chuchi, 3 Krabi Mangroves.
44. White-throated Kingfisher Halcyon smyrnensis Seven observation dates.
45. Black-capped Kingfisher Halcyon pileata Seen on three days.
46. Collared Kingfisher Todirhamphus chloris Seen on four days.
47. Blue-bearded Bee-eater Nyctyornis athertoni 2 Doi Chiang Dao.
48. Little Green Bee-eater Merops orientalis Seen on four days.
49. Blue-tailed Bee-eater Merops philippinus 15 on 4th of March, 2 Khao Nor Chuchi.
50. Chestnut-headed Bee-eater Merops leschenaulti Seen on four days.
51. Large Hawk-Cuckoo Cuculus sparverioides Five observation dates.
52. Indian Cuckoo Cuculus micropterus 1 heard Khao Nor Chuchi.
53. Banded Bay Cuckoo Cacomantis sonneratii 1-2 heard Khao Nor Chuchi.
54. Plaintive Cuckoo Cacomantis merulinus Eight observation dates.
55. Violet Cuckoo Chrysococcyx xanthorhynchus 1 Chiang Mai.
56. Drongo Cuckoo Surniculus lugubris 5 Chiang Mai.
57. Asian Koel Eudynamys scolopacea Six observation dates.
58. Greater Coucal Centropus sinensis Eleven observation dates.
59. Lesser Coucal Centropus bengalensis Three observation dates.
60. Black-bellied Malkoha Phaenicophaeus diardi 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
61. Green-billed Malkoha Phaenicophaeus tristis Five observation dates.
62. Raffles’s Malkoha Phaenicophaeus chlorophaeus 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
63. Coral-billed Ground-Cuckoo Carpococcyx renauldi 2 Khao Yai.
64. Indian Roller Coracias benghalensis Seen on eight days.
65. Dollarbird Eurystomus orientalis Seen on three days.
66. Vernal Hanging-Parrot Loriculus vernalis Seen on five days.
67. Red-breasted Parakeet Psittacula alexandri 10 Khao Yai.
68. Common Hoopoe Upupa epops 3 Doi Chiang Dao.
69. Himalayan Swiftlet Collocalia brevirostris Seen on seven days.
70. Black-nest Swiftlet Collocalia maxima Khao Nor Chuchi.
71. Germain’s Swiftlet Collocalia germani Seen on 1st-2nd of March.
70-71. Black-nest/Germain’s Swiftlet Collocalia maxima/germani Breeding at Railay Bay?
72. Asian Palm-Swift Cypsiurus balasiensis Seen on three days.
73. Fork-tailed Swift Apus pacificus Seen on three days.
74. House Swift Apus affinis Seen on three days.
75. Brown-backed Needletail Hirundapus giganteus 2 Paen din Samer.
76. Silver-rumped Needletail H. cochinchinesis 2 Khao Panombencha, 5 Paen din Samer.
77. Crested Treeswift Hemiprocne coronata 15 Doi Chiang Dao.
78. Grey-rumped Treeswift H. longipennis 5 Khao Nor Chuchi, 1 Krabi Mangroves.
79. Barn Owl Tyto alba 1 Krabi Mangroves.
80. Oriental Bay Owl Phodilus badius 1 heard Khao Yai.
81. White-fronted Scops-Owl Otus sagittatus 1 heard Klongtom Hot Springs.
82. Mountain Scops-Owl Otus spilocephalus Heard on five dates.
83. Collared Scops-Owl Otus lettia 2 heard Doi Ang Khang.
84. Collared Owlet Glaucidium brodiei Heard on four dates.
85. Asian Barred Owlet Glaucidium cuculoides Five observation dates.
86. Brown Hawk-Owl Ninox scutulata Four observation dates.
87. Great Eared-Nightjar Eurostopodus macrotis 2 Khao Yai, 2 Klongtom Hot Springs.
88. Grey Nightjar Caprimulgus indicus 1 Doi Ang Khang.
89. Large-tailed Nightjar Caprimulgus macrurus Three observation dates.
90. Feral Rock Pigeon Columba livia domestica Seen on nine days.
91. Ashy Wood Pigeon Columba pulchricollis 3 Doi Inthanon.
92. Mountain Imperial Pigeon Ducula badia Seen on five days.
93. Spotted Dove Streptopelia chinensis Seen on ten days.
94. Red Collared Dove Streptopelia tranquebarica Seen on six days.
95. Barred Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia unchall Seen on five days.
96. Peaceful Dove Geopelia placida Seen on four days.
97. Emerald Dove Chalcophaps indica Four observation dates.
98. Pompadour Green Pigeon Treron pompadora 1 Khao Yai.
99. Thick-billed Green Pigeon Treron curvirostra 5 Khao Yai.
100. Pin-tailed Green Pigeon Treron apicauda 200 Chiang Mai.
101. White-breasted Waterhen Amaurornis phoenicurus Seen on five days.
102. Purple Swamphen Porphyrio porphyrio Common Bung Boraphet.
103. Common Moorhen Gallinula chloropus Common Bung Boraphet.
104. Ruddy-breasted Crake Porzana fusca 1 Bung Boraphet.
105. White-browed Crake Porzana cinerea 2 Bung Boraphet.
106. Greater Painted Snipe Rostratura benghalensis 10 Bung Boraphet.
107. Eurasian Woodcock Scolopax rusticola 1 Doi Inthanon.
108. Pintail Snipe Gallinago stenura 1 Kok Kham.
109. Common Snipe Gallinago gallinago 1 Leam Phak Bia.
110. Black-tailed Godwit Limosa limosa 2 Pak Biea Cape.
111. Bar-tailed Godwit Limosa lapponica 10 Pak Biea Cape, 5 Krabi.
112. Whimbrel Numenius phaeopus 11 Pak Biea (in mangroves), 3 Krabi.
113. Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata Seen on three days.
114. Pheasant-tailed Jacana Hydrophasianus chirurgus Common Bung Boraphet.
115. Bronze-winged Jacana Metopidius indicus 10 Bung Boraphet.
116. Spotted Redshank Tringa erythropus 2 Kok Kham, 100 Leam Phak Bia.
117. Common Redshank Tringa totanus 5 Kok Kham, 1 Leam Phak Bia.
118. Marsh Sandpiper T. stagnatilis 150 Kok Kham, 25 Phetchaburi, 25 Leam Phak Bia.
119. Common Greenshank Tringa nebularia 15 Kok Kham, 5 Leam Phak Bia.
120. Nordmann’s Greenshank Tringa guttifer 13 Kok Kham.
121. Wood Sandpiper Tringa glareola Seen on three days.
122. Common Sandpiper Actitis hypoleucos Seen on five days.
123. Ruff Philomachus pugnax 50 Leam Phak Bia.
124. Great Knot Calidris tenuirostris 40 Kok Kham, 250 Pak Biea Cape.
125. Red Knot Calidris canutus 5 Kok Kham.
126. Sanderling Calidris alba 5 Pak Biea Cape.
127. Spoon-billed Sandpiper Calidris pygmeus 2 Phetchaburi.
128. Red-necked Stint C. ruficollis Seen Kok Kham, 200 Phetchaburi, 1 Pak Biea Cape.
129. Temminck’s Stint Calidris temminckii 1 Kok Kham.
130. Long-toed Stint Calidris subminuta Seen on three days; 20 Phetchaburi.
131. Curlew Sandpiper Calidris ferruginea 5 Kok Kham, 5 Phetchaburi, 1 Pak Biea Cape.
132. Dunlin Calidris alpina 1 bird in 1st winter plumage Phetchaburi.
133. Broad-billed Sandpiper Limicola falcinellus 4 Kok Kham, 2 Phetchaburi.
134. Black-winged Stilt Himantopus himantopus Seen on 1st-2nd of March.
135. Oriental Pratincole Glareola maldivarum 10 Phetchaburi–Nayang, 10 Bung Boraphet.
136. Little Ringed Plover Charadrius dubius Seen on three days.
137. Kentish Plover Charadrius alexandrinus Seen on three days; 200 Leam Phak Bia.
138. Malaysian Plover Charadrius peronii 4 Pak Biea Cape.
139. Lesser Sand Plover C. mongolus 3 Pak Biea Cape, 7 Leam Phak Bia, 2 Krabi.
140. Greater Sand Plover C. leschenaultii 25 Pak Biea Cape, 10 Leam Phak Bia, 1 Krabi.
139-140. Lesser/Greater Sand Plover Charadrius mongolus/leschenaultii 50 Kok Kham.
141. Pacific Golden Plover Pluvialis fulva 1 Kok Kham, 1 Leam Phak Bia, 1 Krabi.
142. Grey Plover Pluvialis squatarola 3 Kok Kham.
143. Grey-headed Lapwing Vanellus cinereus 3 Phetchaburi–Nayang.
144. Red-wattled Lapwing Vanellus indicus Seen on five days (1st-5th of March).
145. Heuglin’s Gull Larus heuglini 9 Pak Biea Cape.
146. Brown-headed Gull Larus brunnicephalus Common on 1st-2nd of March.
147. Black-headed Gull L. ridibundus Seen 1st-2nd of March (few compared to no. 146).
148. Caspian Tern Sterna caspia 1 Leam Phak Bia.
149. Common Tern Sterna hirundo 50 seen on 1st of March.
150. Little Tern Sterna albifrons 20+5 seen on 1st-2nd of March.
151. Gull-billed Tern Gelochelidon nilotica 5 seen on 1st of March.
152. Whiskered Tern Chlidonias hybridus Seen on 1st-2nd of March.
153. Black Baza Aviceda leuphotes 2 Khao Nor Chuchi, 1 Klongtom Hot Springs.
154. Oriental Honey Buzzard Pernis ptilorhynchus Singles Doi Ang Khang.
155. Black Eagle Ictinaetus malayensis 1 Doi Ang Khang.
156. Brahminy Kite Haliastur indus Seen on 4 days.
157. White-bellied Sea-Eagle Haliaeetus leucogaster 1 Krabi.
158. Osprey Pandion haliatus 1 Krabi Mangroves.
159. Eastern Marsh Harrier Circus spilonotus Seen on three days.
160. Shikra Accipiter badius Seen on three days.
161. Chinese Sparrowhawk Accipiter soloensis 2 Nayang Bat Cave.
162. Japanese Sparrowhawk Accipiter gularis Singles on 1st and 3rd of March.
163. Eurasian Sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus Singles Doi Ang Khang.
164. Crested Goshawk Accipiter trivirgatus 1 Doi Chiang Dao.
165. Rufous-winged Buzzard Butastur liventer 1 Chiang Mai, 1 Doi Inthanon.
166. Grey-faced Buzzard Butastur indicus 4 Nayang Bat Cave, 1-2 Doi Ang Khang.
167. Common Buzzard Buteo buteo Seen on four days.
168. Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga 1 bird (2nd cal.) Phetchaburi–Nayang.
169. Crested Serpent-Eagle Spilornis cheela Four observation dates.
170. Changeable Hawk-Eagle Spizaetus cirrhatus 1 Doi Ang Khang.
171. Black-shouldered Kite Elanus caeruleus Seen on four days.
172. Collared Falconet Microhierax caerulescens 2 Doi Inthanon.
173. Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus 1 ad female Nayang Bat Cave.
174. Common Kestrel Falco tinnunculus 1 on 1st of March.
175. Oriental Hobby Falco severus 1 Krabi Mangroves.
176. Little Cormorant Phalacrocorax niger Seen on three days.
177. Indian Cormorant Phalacrocorax fuscicollis 50 Kok Kham.
178. Little Egret Egretta garzetta Seen on seven days.
179. Pacific Reef Egret Egretta sacra 1 Railay Bay.
180. Intermediate Egret Mesophoyx intermedia Seen on three days.
181. Great Egret Casmerodius albus Seen on five days.
182. Cattle Egret Bubulcus ibis Singles on 5th and 10th of March.
183. Grey Heron Ardea cinerea Seen on three days.
184. Purple Heron Ardea purpurea 10 Bung Boraphet.
185. Chinese Pond-Heron Ardeola bacchus Seen on eight days.
186. Black-crowned Night-Heron Nycticorax nycticorax 3 on 2nd of March.
187. Striated Heron Butorides striatus Seen on six days.
188. Yellow Bittern Ixobrychus sinensis 2 Bung Boraphet.
189. Cinnamon Bittern Ixobrychus cinnamomeus 1 Bung Boraphet.
190. Painted Stork Mycteria leucocephala 2 Bung Boraphet.
191. Asian Openbill Anastomus oscitans Seen on two days; 10 000 Bung Boraphet.
192. Rusty-naped Pitta Pitta oatesi 1 heard Doi Inthanon.
193. Blue Pitta Pitta cyanea 5 Khao Yai.
194. Gurney’s Pitta Pitta gurneyi 1 male Khao Nor Chuchi.
195. Mangrove Pitta Pitta megarhyncha 8 Krabi Mangroves.
196. Silver-breasted Broadbill Serilophus lunatus 2 Khao Yai.
197. Black-and-yellow Broadbill Eurylaimus ochromalus 1+1 heard 10th-11th of March.
198. Green Broadbill Calyptomena viridis 2 Khao Nor Chuchi, 1 Klongtom Hot Springs.
199. Long-tailed Broadbill Psarisomus dalhousiae Four observation dates.
200. Blue-winged Leafbird Chloropsis cochinchinensis 15 Khao Yai.
201. Golden-fronted Leafbird Chloropsis aurifrons 5 Chiang Dao.
202. Orange-bellied Leafbird Chloropsis hardwickii 5 Doi Chiang Dao.
203. Asian Fairy-Bluebird Irena puella 15 Khao Yai, 6 Chiang Dao, 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
204. Brown Shrike Lanius cristatus Seen on eight days.
205. Burmese Shrike Lanius collurioides 1 pair Doi Chiang Dao.
206. Long-tailed Shrike Lanius schach Seen on three days.
207. Grey-backed Shrike L. tephronotus 1 Khao Yai, 1 Doi Ang Khang, 2 Doi Inthanon.
208. Black Drongo Dicrurus macrocercus Seen on four days.
209. Ashy Drongo Dicrurus leucophaeus Seen on six days.
210. Bronzed Drongo Dicrurus aeneus Seen on four days.
211. Hair-crested Drongo Dicrurus hottentottus Seen on four days.
212. Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus remifer 4 Doi Ang Khang, 5 Doi Inthanon.
213. Greater Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus paradiseus Seen on six days.
214. Large-billed Crow Corvus macrorhynchos Seen on six days.
215. Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius 3 Huai Hong Krai, 5 Doi Chiang Dao.
216. Common Green Magpie Cissa chinensis 3 Khao Yai.
217. Grey Treepie Dendrocitta formosae 1 Doi Ang Khang, 4 Doi Chiang Dao.
218. Racket-tailed Treepie Crypsirina temia 3 Pak Biea (in mangroves).
219. Dark-throated Oriole Oriolus xanthonotus 5 on 11th of March.
220. Black-naped Oriole Oriolus chinensis 2 Khao Yai, 1 Bung Boraphet.
221. Slender-billed Oriole Oriolus tenuirostris 6 Doi Chiang Dao.
222. Maroon Oriole Oriolus trailii 3 Doi Ang Khang, 3 Doi Chiang Dao.
223. Black-winged Cuckooshrike Coracina melaschistos 4 Khao Yai.
224. Large Cuckooshrike Coracina macei 1 heard Doi Inthanon.
225. Swinhoe’s Minivet Pericrocotus cantonensis 20 Khao Yai.
226. Scarlet Minivet Pericrocotus ethologus 3 Khao Yai, 2 Doi Inthanon.
227. Grey-chinned M. P. solaris 2 Doi Ang Khang, 1 Doi Chiang Dao, 10 Doi Inthanon.
228. Long-tailed Minivet Pericrocotus ethologus 3 Doi Ang Khang.
229. Short-billed Minivet Pericrocotus brevirostris 15-20 Doi Ang Khang.
228-229. Long-tailed/Short-billed Minivet P. ethologus/brevirostris 100+ Doi Ang Khang.
230. Bar-winged Flycatcher-Shrike Hemipus picatus Seen on six days.
231. White-throated Fantail Rhipidura albicollis Seen on three days.
232. Pied Fantail Rhipidura javanica Seen on three days.
233. Common Iora Aegithina tiphia Seen on five days.
234. Great Iora Aegithina lafresnayei 2-3 Khao Nor Chuchi.
235. Black-naped Monarch Hypothymis azurea Seen on six days.
236. Asian Paradise-Flycatcher Terpsiphone paradisi Seen on three days.
237. Large Woodshrike Tephrodornis gularis 1 Doi Chiang Dao.
238. Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush Monticola rufiventris 3 Doi Chiang Dao.
239. Blue Rock Thrush Monticola solitarius Seen on six days; 1 male of race philippensis.
240. Blue Whistling Thrush Myophonus caeruleus Seen on five days.
241. Orange-headed Thrush Zoothera citrina 1 Khao Panombencha.
242. Black-breasted Thrush Turdus dissimilis 8-10 Doi Ang Khang.
243. Chestnut Thrush Turdus rubrocanus 7 Doi Inthanon.
244. Eye-browed Thrush Turdus obscurus 1 male Doi Ang Khang.
245. Grey-winged Blackbird Turdus boulboul 2 Doi Ang Khang.
246. Fulvous-chested Jungle-Flycatcher Rhinomyias olivacea 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
247. Asian Brown Blycatcher Muscicapa dauurica Seen on five days.
248. Brown-streaked Flycatcher Muscicapa williamsoni 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
249. Mugimaki Flycatcher Ficedula mugimaki 1 female Khao Panombencha.
250. Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher Ficedula strophiata 1 male Doi Chiang Dao.
251. White-gorgeted Flycatcher Ficedula monileger 1 male Doi Ang Khang.
252. Red-throated Flycatcher Ficedula parva Seen on three days.
253. Snowy-browed Flycatcher Ficedula hyperythra 1 pair Doi Inthanon.
254. Little Pied Flycatcher Ficedula westermanni 2 Doi Ang Khang, 3 Doi Chiang Dao.
255. Slaty-blue Flycatcher Ficedula tricolor 2 Doi Ang Khang.
256. Hainan Blue Flycatcher Cyornis hainanus 2 Khao Yai, 1 Doi Ang Khang.
257. Hill Blue Flycatcher Cyornis banyumas Seen on five days.
258. Tickell’s Blue Flycatcher Cyornis tickelliae Three observation dates.
259. Verditer Flycatcher Eumyias thalassina Seen on seven days.
260. Large Niltava Niltava grandis 1 male Doi Inthanon.
261. Small Niltava Niltava macgrigoriae 1 female Doi Ang Khang.
262. Grey-headed Canary-Flycatcher Culicicapa ceylonensis Seen on seven days.
263. Siberian Rubythroat Luscinia calliope 1 female Bung Boraphet.
264. Bluethroat Luscinia svecica 2 Bung Boraphet.
265. Siberian Blue Robin Luscinia cyane 2 Khao Nor Chuchi.
266. Oriental Magpie Robin Copsychus saularis Eleven observation dates.
267. White-rumped Shama Copsychus malabaricus Seven observation dates.
268. White-capped Water Redstart Chaimarrornis leucocephalus 2 Doi Inthanon.
269. White-browed Shortwing Brachypteryx montana 2 Doi Inthanon.
270. Chestnut-naped Forktail Enicurus ruficapillus 1 male Khao Panombencha.
271. Black-backed Forktail Enicurus immaculatus 2 Doi Inthanon.
272. White-crowned Forktail Enicurus leschenaulti 1 Doi Chiang Dao.
273. Common Stonechat Saxicola torquata Seen on four days.
274. Pied Bushchat Saxicola caprata Seen on three days.
275. Grey Bushchat Saxicola ferrea Seen on four days.
276. Ashy Woodswallow Artamus fuscus Seen on nine days.
277. Asian Glossy Starling Aplornis panayensis 3-5 Krabi.
278. Asian Pied Starling Sturnus contra Seen on three days.
279. Common Myna Acridotheres tristis Seen on ten days.
280. White-vented Myna Acridotheres cinereus Seen on seven days.
281. Hill Myna Gracula religiosa 17 Khao Yai.
282. Chestnut-vented Nuthatch Sitta nagaensis 2 Doi Ang Khang.
283. Velvet-fronted Nuthatch Sitta frontalis Seen on three days.
284. Giant Nuthatch Sitta magna 5 Doi Chiang Dao.
285. Brown-throated Treecreeper Certhia discolor 2 Doi Inthanon.
286. Fire-capped Tit Cephalopyrus flammiceps 3 Doi Ang Khang.
287. Great Tit Parus major 3 Doi Ang Khang, 4 Doi Chiang Dao.
288. Yellow-cheeked Tit Parus spilonotus 1 Doi Inthanon.
289. Asian House Martin Delichon dasypus 3 Khao Yai.
289+ Asian/Northern House Martin Delichon dasypus/urbica 50 Doi Ang Khang.
290. Sand Martin Riparia riparia 5 on 3rd of March, common Bung Boraphet.
291. Dusky Crag Martin Hirundo concolor 1 Railay Bay, 7 Krabi Mangroves.
292. Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica Seen on eleven days.
293. Pacific Swallow Hirundo tahitica Seen on 12th-13th of March.
294. Wire-tailed Swallow Hirundo smithii 1 Chiang Mai.
295. Red-rumped Swallow Hirundo daurica Seen on three days.
296. Crested Finchbill Spizixos canifrons 2 Doi Ang Khang.
297. Striated Bulbul Pycnonotus striatus 1 Doi Ang Khang.
298. Black-headed Bulbul Pycnonotus atriceps Seen on three days.
299. Black-crested Bulbul Pycnonotus melanicterus Seen on six days.
300. Red-whiskered Bulbul Pycnonotus jocosus Seen on eight days.
301. Brown-breasted Bulbul Pycnonotus xanthorrhous 20-25 Doi Ang Khang.
302. Sooty-headed Bulbul Pycnonotus aurigaster 10 on 4th of March, 5 Doi Chiang Dao.
303. Stripe-throated Bulbul Pycnonotus finlaysoni Seen on four days.
304. Flavescent Bulbul Pycnonotus flavescens Seen on five days.
305. Olive-winged Bulbul P. plumosus 1 Klongtom Hot Springs, 2 on 12th of March.
306. Streak-eared Bulbul Pycnonotus blanfordi Seen on five days.
307. Cream-vented Bulbul Pycnonotus simplex 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
308. Red-eyed Bulbul Pycnonotus brunneus 1 Khao Panombencha, 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
309. Spectacled Bulbul Pycnonotus erythropthalmos 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
310. Grey-eyed Bulbul Iole propinqua Three observation dates.
311. Puff-throated Bulbul Alophoixus pallidus Three observation dates.
312. Ochraceous Bulbul Alophoixus ochraceus 6 Khao Panombencha.
313. Hairy-backed Bulbul Tricholestes criniger 2 Khao Nor Chuchi.
314. Ashy Bulbul Hemixos flavala 7 Khao Yai.
315. Mountain Bulbul Hypsipetes mcclellandii 20 Doi Ang Khang, 20 Doi Inthanon.
316. Black Bulbul Hypsipetes leucocephalus 3 Doi Chiang Dao, 1+1 Doi Inthanon.
317. Golden-bellied Gerygone Gerygone sulphurea Three observation dates.
318. Zitting Cisticola Cisticola juncidis 5 on 1st and 10 on 4th of March.
319. Striated Grassbird Megalurus palustris 20 Bung Boraphet.
320. Hill Prinia Prinia atrogularis Five observation dates.
321. Rufescent Prinia Prinia rufescens 1 Doi Inthanon, 2 Paen din Samer.
322. Grey-breasted Prinia Prinia hodgsonii 2 Chiang Mai.
323. Plain Prinia Prinia inornata Seen on three days.
324. Mountain Tailorbird Orthotomus cuculatus Doi Ang Khang and Doi Inthanon.
325. Common Tailorbird Orthotomus sutorius Six observation dates.
326. Dark-necked Tailorbird Orthotomus atrogularis 10 Khao Yai, 1 Chiang Dao.
327. Ashy Tailorbird Orthotomus ruficeps 9 Krabi Mangroves.
328. Slaty-bellied Tesia Tesia olivea 2 Doi Inthanon.
329. Russet Bush-Warbler Bradypterus seebohmi 4 heard Doi Ang Khang.
330. Black-browed Reed Warbler Acrocephalus bistrigiceps 2 Bung Boraphet.
331. Oriental Reed Warbler Acrocephalus orientalis 2 Leam Phak Bia, 5 Bung Boraphet.
332. Dusky Warbler Phylloscopus fuscatus Four observation dates.
333. Radde’s Warbler Phylloscopus schwarzi Three observation dates.
334. Yellow-streaked Warbler Phylloscopus armandii 1 Doi Ang Khang.
335. Buff-throated Warbler Phylloscopus subaffinis 8 Doi Ang Khang.
336. Arctic Warbler Phylloscopus borealis 2 Khao Nor Chuchi.
337. Eastern Crowned Warbler Phylloscopus coronatus 1-2 Khao Nor Chuchi.
338. Two-barred Warbler Phylloscopus plumbeitarsus 3 Doi Ang Khang.
339. Buff-barred Warbler Phylloscopus pulcher 4 Doi Inthanon.
340. Ashy-throated Warbler Phylloscopus maculipennis 5 Doi Inthanon.
341. Yellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus Nine observation dates.
342. Blyth’s Leaf-Warbler Phylloscopus reguloides Six observation dates.
343. White-tailed Leaf-Warbler Phylloscopus davisoni Four observation dates.
344. Sulphur-breasted Warbler Phylloscopus ricketti 1 Khao Yai.
345. Chestnut-flanked White-eye Zosterops erythropleurus 10 Doi Ang Khang.
346. Oriental White-eye Zosterops palpebrosus 2 Doi Ang Khang.
347. Japanese White-eye Zosterops japonicus Seen Doi Ang Khang and Doi Chiang Dao.
345-347. White-eye sp. Zosterops sp. Flocks at Doi Ang Khang and Doi Chiang Dao.
348. Everett’s White-eye Zosterops everetti Common Khao Yai.
349. Grey-crowned Warbler Seicercus tephrocephalus 6 Doi Ang Khang.
350. Plain-tailed Warbler Seicercus soror 2 Khao Yai.
351. Bianchi’s Warbler Seicercus valentini 1 Doi Ang Khang.
352. Chestnut-crowned Warbler Seicercus castaniceps 1 heard Doi Ang Khang.
353. Yellow-bellied Warbler Abroscopus superciliaris 1 heard Doi Inthanon.
354. White-crested Laughingthrush Garrulax leucolophus Heard and seen Khao Yai.
355. Lesser Necklaced Laughingthrush Garrulax monileger 3 Khao Yai.
356. Black-throated Laughingthrush Garrulax chinensis 1 Khao Yai, 1 Doi Ang Khang.
357. Chestnut-crowned Laughingthr. G. chrystopterus Doi Ang Khang and Doi Inthanon.
358. Red-faced Liocichla Liocichla phoenicea 1 Doi Ang Khang.
359. Abbott’s Babbler Malacocincla abbotti Four observation dates.
360. Buff-breasted Babbler Pellorneum tickelli 6 Chiang Dao.
361. Puff-throated Babbler Pellorneum ruficeps 3 Khao Yai.
362. Large Scimitar-Babbler Pomatorhinus hypoleucos 1 Khao Yai.
363. Rusty-cheeked Scimitar-Babbler Pomatorhinus erythrogenys 1 Doi Ang Khang.
364. White-browed Scimitar-Babbler Pomatorhinus schisticeps Five observation dates.
365. Limestone Wren-Babbler Napothera crispifrons calcicola 1 close to Saraburi.
366. Pygmy Wren-Babbler Pnoepyga pusilla 3-4 heard Doi Ang Khang, 2 Doi Inthanon.
367. Ferruginous Babbler Trichastoma bicolor 2 Khao Nor Chuchi.
368. Moustached Babbler Malacopteron magnirostre 1 heard Khao Nor Chuchi.
369. Scaly-crowned Babbler Malacopteron cinereum 2 heard Khao Nor Chuchi.
370. Rufous-crowned Babbler Malacopteron magnum 5 Khao Nor Chuchi.
371. Striped Tit-Babbler Macronous gularis Six observation dates.
372. Yellow-eyed Babbler Chrysomma sinense 1 heard Doi Ang Khang.
373. Rufous-fronted Babbler Stachyris rufifrons 4-5 observation dates.
374. Golden Babbler Stachyris chrysaea 5 Doi Ang Khang.
375. Grey-throated Babbler Stachyris nigriceps 5 Doi Ang Khang, 10 Doi Inthanon.
376. Chestnut-rumped Babbler Stachyris maculata 1 heard Khao Nor Chuchi.
377. Chestnut-winged Babbler Stachyris erythroptera 10 Khao Nor Chuchi.
378. Silver-eared Mesia Leiothrix argentauris 20 Doi Ang Khang.
379. White-browed Shrike-Babbler Pteruthius flaviscapis Three observation dates.
380. Blue-winged Minla Minla cyanouroptera 1 Doi Ang Khang, 2 Doi Chiang Dao.
381. Chestnut-tailed Minla Minla strigula 10 Doi Inthanon.
382. Rufous-winged Fulvetta Alcippe castaneceps 10 Doi Inthanon.
383. Brown-cheeked Fulvetta Alcippe poioicephala 5 Chiang Dao.
384. Grey-cheeked Fulvetta Alcippe morrisonia 15 Doi Ang Khang, 10 Doi Inthanon.
385. Striated Yuhina Yuhina castaniceps 9 Doi Ang Khang, 1 Doi Chiang Dao.
386. White-bellied Yuhina Yuhina zantholeuca Seen on three days.
387. Spectacled Barwing Actinodura ramsayi 4 Doi Ang Khang.
388. Rufous-backed Sibia Heterophasia annectens 3 Doi Ang Khang.
389. Dark-backed Sibia Heterophasia melanoleuca 10 Doi Ang Khang, 15 Doi Inthanon.
390. Spot-breasted Parrotbill Paradoxornis guttaticollis 1 Doi Ang Khang.
391. Yellow-breasted Flowerpecker Prionochilus maculatus 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
392. Yellow-vented Flowerpecker Dicaeum chryssorheum Seen on three days.
393. Yellow-bellied Flowerpecker D. melanoxanthum 1 Doi Ang Khang, 1 Doi Inthanon.
394. Orange-bellied Flowerpecker Dicaeum trigonostigma 1 male Khao Nor Chuchi.
395. Fire-breasted Flowerpecker Dicaeum ignipectus 1 on 2nd of March, 3 Khao Yai.
396. Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker Dicaeum cruentatum Seen on three days.
397. Brown-throated Sunbird Anthreptes malacensis 2-5 daily 11th-13th of March.
398. Ruby-cheeked Sunbird Anthreptes singalensis 1 Khao Yai, 2 Krabi Mangroves.
399. Purple-throated Sunbird Nectarinia sperata 1 male Klongtom Hot Springs.
400. Olive-backed Sunbird Nectarinia jugularis 3 on 3rd of March.
401. Green-tailed Sunbird Aethopyga nipalensis 3 Doi Inthanon.
402. Black-throated Sunbird Aethopyga saturata 4 Khao Yai, 1 male Doi Ang Khang.
403. Little Spiderhunter Arachnothera longirostra Seen on three days.
404. Spectacled Spiderhunter Arachnothera flavigaster 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
405. Grey-breasted Spiderhunter Arachnothera affinis 1 Khao Nor Chuchi.
406. Streaked Spiderhunter Arachnothera magna Four observation dates.
407. Paddyfield Pipit Anthus rufulus Seen on three days.
408. Olive-backed Pipit Anthus hodgsoni Seen on four days.
409. Red-throated Pipit Anthus cervinus 1 Bung Boraphet.
410. Indochinese Bush-Lark Mirafra erythrocephala 3 Chiang Mai.
411. Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flava Three observation dates.
412. Grey Wagtail Motacilla cinerea Seen on eight days.
413. House Sparrow Passer domesticus Seen on five days.
414. Plain-backed Sparrow Passer flaveolus 3+2 on 1st-2nd of March.
415. Eurasian Tree Sparrow Passer montanus Seen on eleven days.
416. Streaked Weaver Ploceus manyar 10 Bung Boraphet.
417. Baya Weaver Ploceus philippinus 30 on 1st of March, 10 Bung Boraphet.
418. Asian Golden Weaver Ploceus hypoxanthus 5 Bung Boraphet.
419. Pin-tailed Parrotfinch Erythrura prasina 2 Klongtom Hot Springs.
420. Red Avadavat Amandava amandava 10 Chiang Mai.
421. White-rumped Munia Lonchura striata 5 Doi Inthanon, 4 on 11th of March.
422. Scaly-breasted Munia Lonchura punctulata 40 on 1st of March.
423. Black-headed Munia Lonchura malacca 5 Chiang Mai.
424. Common Rosefinch Carpodacus erythrinus 2 Doi Ang Khang.
425. Chestnut Bunting Emberiza rutila 1 male Doi Chiang Dao.