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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

doi inthanon np

  1. Slaty-backed forktail

    Slaty-backed forktail

    A second one of the same bird. Camouflage-hide Mae Klang river.
  2. Pied Bushchat

    Pied Bushchat

    One of my fav. birds because it is so cute.
  3. Mrs. Gould´s Sunbird

    Mrs. Gould´s Sunbird

    A female with a tiny spider in her beak. Not 100% sure about the species. If correct, subspecies should be ~ dabryii. avibase https://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/species.jsp?lang=DE&avibaseid=B049CA48&sec=summary&ssver=1 (from W China (Xinjiang to Sichuan and Yunnan) to Myanmar, n Laos).
  4. Mrs. Gould's Sunbird

    Mrs. Gould's Sunbird

    Captured in the early morning. My first sunbird there. "Forages actively, often congregating in flowering trees. A species of hill and montane forests and forest edge, breeding as high as 4250 meters (ebird)."
  5. White-crowned forktail

    White-crowned forktail

    Paid hide Siribhume Waterfall.
  6. Distant raptors 1

    Distant raptors 1

    I found a group of four of these falconets not far from the entrance to the NP. One of these beauties was suddenly very close, in a tree not far from me but I noticed it too late ... 😢
  7. Bar-throated minla or chestnut-tailed minla

    Bar-throated minla or chestnut-tailed minla

    Looking for insects close to the summit.
  8. Grey-backed shrike

    Grey-backed shrike

    Not the most beautiful perch.
  9. Plumbeous Water Redstart

    Plumbeous Water Redstart

    Female Their preferred habitats are streams, nullahs and rivers with boulders that are shaded, as well as vegetation near riverbanks. Streams with higher populations of insects such as mayflies appear to be preferred (wiki).
  10. Gray Bushchat

    Gray Bushchat

    Female dull brown overall, with a rufous tail and faded version of the male's head pattern (e-bird).
  11. Green-tailed Sunbird

    Green-tailed Sunbird

    I believe its a juvenile male moulting into adult plumage.
  12. Grey bush chat

    Grey bush chat

    My first bird that morning, shortly after sunrise.
  13. Gray-breasted Prinia

    Gray-breasted Prinia

    Many prinias were around. It was pretty entertaining to get a close-up of one. I hope my ID is right.
  14. Rufous-winged Fulvetta

    Rufous-winged Fulvetta

    The area around the summit/parking lot is an excellent spot for birding, esp. when it was getting emptier. Many people arrive there very early to watch the sunrise from the highest mountain in Thailand (Wiki, "known in the past as Doi Luang ('big mountain') or Doi Ang Ga, meaning the 'crow's...
  15. Silver-eared Laughingthrush

    Silver-eared Laughingthrush

    Summit area. Not shy at all.
  16. Little Pied Flycatcher

    Little Pied Flycatcher

    Paid hide
  17. White-tailed Robin

    White-tailed Robin

    Guess ID is correct.
  18. Rufous-bellied Niltava

    Rufous-bellied Niltava

    Not 100% sure with the ID. A first female of this species here?
  19. Olive-backed Pipit

    Olive-backed Pipit

    Enjoying a morning shower under an irrigation sprinkler. "Sometimes it is also called Indian pipit or Hodgson's pipit, as well as tree pipit owing to its resemblance with the tree pipit." @ https://www.thainationalparks.com/species/olive-backed-pipit
  20. jbpixels

    ID help please - Radde's Warbler - Phylloscopus schwarzi ?

    or Phylloscopus fuscatus (Dusky Warbler). I believe Radde's Warbler but I am not sure. Doi Inthanon NP (Thailand), summit area, January 2020. Thank you in advance. (y)
  21. Bar-throated minla or Chestnut-tailed minla

    Bar-throated minla or Chestnut-tailed minla

    Close to the parking area at the summit. Wiki, "On 21 December 2017, an all-time low temperature of −5 °C (23 °F) was recorded at 06:30." I spent some days there and it was around 2 °C in the early morning. Pretty chilly when you are used to temps. in the 30s for weeks.
  22. Pygmy cupwing

    Pygmy cupwing

    Very difficult to capture in the shadow. A very fast and busy bird. https://www.thainationalparks.com/species/pygmy-wren-babbler
  23. Streaked spiderhunter

    Streaked spiderhunter

    I looked for banana flowers with scratches and waited until this spiderhunter species returned/arrived. It took a few hours.
  24. Chestnut-tailed Minla

    Chestnut-tailed Minla

    Chestnut-tailed Minla