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doi inthanon national park

  1. Female on a banana flower

    Female on a banana flower

    I waited many hours on different days to get this beautiful species, of course for the male bird but I was really delighted to get this lovely female as well.
  2. Plumbeous water redstart

    Plumbeous water redstart

    Paid hide close to Siriphum Waterfall.
  3. Dark-sided Thrush

    Dark-sided Thrush

    Paid hide close to Siriphum Waterfall.
  4. Small Niltava

    Small Niltava

    Hope ID is right.
  5. jbpixels

    Indochinese Yuhina or Striated Yuhina ?

    Please support an ID with your knowledge. Thank you in advance. (y) Doi Inthanon NP, Thailand, January 2020.
  6. Radde's Warbler

    Radde's Warbler

    Thanks to the ID forum/Rotherbirder for ID help.
  7. Yellow-browed tit

    Yellow-browed tit

    "Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forest and subtropical or tropical moist montane forest." https://www.thainationalparks.com/species/yellow-browed-tit I was really delighted to get an Asian tit bird. Like ours but with different coloration. Only four uploads...
  8. Siberian blue robin

    Siberian blue robin

    What a beauty!
  9. Blyth's Shrike-babbler (Pteruthius aeralatus)

    Blyth's Shrike-babbler (Pteruthius aeralatus)

    I checked many trails and tracks. This cutie was almost too far away but the result is not really bad. Very similar to Pteruthius ripleyi.
  10. White-crowned forktail

    White-crowned forktail

    Paid hide. Well worth the money. Pleasant owner.
  11. Slaty-backed forktail

    Slaty-backed forktail

    Can you imagine how it feels, to sit on the ground under camo nets, near a river, with dense vegetation in the back; in a country with many snakes. A wonderful forktail surprise for me because I could take pictures of a White-crowned forktail, in a paid hide at Siriphum Waterfall in the NP, as well.
  12. Black-throated Sunbird

    Black-throated Sunbird

    Banana palms were def. my favourite places because their flowers attract sunbirds. This one was close to the main road. I stood there for hours and days.
  13. Chestnut-tailed Minla

    Chestnut-tailed Minla

    Chestnut-tailed Minla (Minla strigula) photographed at Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai, Thailand
  14. Himalayan Shortwing

    Himalayan Shortwing