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siriphum waterfall

  1. Plumbeous water redstart

    Plumbeous water redstart

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

    Dark-sided Thrush

    Paid hide close to Siriphum Waterfall.
  3. Small Niltava

    Small Niltava

    Hope ID is right.
  4. Rufous-bellied Niltava

    Rufous-bellied Niltava

    Not 100% sure with the ID. A first female of this species here?
  5. 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
  6. White-crowned forktail

    White-crowned forktail

    Paid hide. Well worth the money. Pleasant owner.
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