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  1. Long-tailed Shrike

    Long-tailed Shrike

    They love air cables.
  2. Lineated Barbet

    Lineated Barbet

    I walked around in the area of the "Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand", when I unexpectedly met the owner of the "I love phants Lodge". After telling him about my journey in SEA, did he invite me into his lodge and allowed me to walk around on his property. Very friendly and uncomplicated...
  3. Hainan Blue Flycatcher

    Hainan Blue Flycatcher

    Nui Khumnangpaya's hide.
  4. Common kingfisher

    Common kingfisher

    Not easy to approach. Captured trough a hole in the fence.
  5. White-rumped Munia

    White-rumped Munia

    or white-rumped mannikin, striated finch - a small passerine bird from the family of waxbill "finches" (wiki).
  6. Grey bushchat

    Grey bushchat

    Posing male.
  7. Marsh sandpiper

    Marsh sandpiper

    Camouflage hide. Hope ID is correct.
  8. Little cormorant

    Little cormorant

    Captured during one of many intensive walks in the Samut Songkhram province.
  9. Blue-tailed bee-eater

    Blue-tailed bee-eater

  10. Grey-backed shrike

    Grey-backed shrike

    Not the most beautiful perch.
  11. Crab-eating macaque or Long-tailed macaque

    Crab-eating macaque or Long-tailed macaque

    Mother with child. Lovely to see the attention of her baby.
  12. jbpixels

    Warbler ID appreciated - Kaeng Krachan NP (Thailand)

    I thought maybe a Pale-legged Leaf Warbler. Your ID help would be great. Thank you in advance. Ban Song Nok Lodge, January 2020.
  13. 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).
  14. Great Myna or White-vented Myna

    Great Myna or White-vented Myna

    Close to my kf camo hide.
  15. Pied kingfisher

    Pied kingfisher

    I had a lovely morning with two kfs that tried to take over the place (not this dirty spot) from an older kf. They failed.
  16. Indochinese roller

    Indochinese roller

    Not very shy. I had already heard about the virus in 02/2020 but my idea of it was far away from what keeps us under control for almost two years now.
  17. Glossy ibis

    Glossy ibis

    They foraged close together. This "sunny" character gave me the opportunity for a picture of one bird. Impossible to get these near without a camo hide.
  18. Marsh sandpiper

    Marsh sandpiper

    Close to my camo hide.
  19. Green bee eater

    Green bee eater

    It took some time until I received the desired picture. Pretty challenging in the heat of the afternoon.
  20. Gray Bushchat

    Gray Bushchat

    Female dull brown overall, with a rufous tail and faded version of the male's head pattern (e-bird).
  21. Coppersmith Barbet

    Coppersmith Barbet

    Throughout its range, it inhabits gardens, groves and sparse woodland. Habitats with dead wood suitable for excavation of nests are important.
  22. Racket-tailed Treepie

    Racket-tailed Treepie

    Pretty bright blue eyes.
  23. Olive-backed Sunbird

    Olive-backed Sunbird

    I believe female Olive-backed Sunbird.
  24. Green-tailed Sunbird

    Green-tailed Sunbird

    I believe its a juvenile male moulting into adult plumage.
  25. Bronzed drongo

    Bronzed drongo

    A very territorial bird.