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Birding in Kuala Selangor (1 Viewer)

wengchun

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I had a fantastic birding day in Kuala Selangor (and surrounding) recently!!! Few highlights for the day trip include Mangrove Blue Flycatcher, Mangrove Whistler, Barred Eagle Owl and a HUGE flock of Asian Openbill.

The weather was not the most ideal but still i was surprised to see all the best birds in the district. Here is a list of birds from the trip.

1. Sunda Pgymy Woodpecker
2. Laced Woodpecker
3. Common Flameback
4. Lineated Barbet
5. Coppersmith Barbet
6. Blue-tailed Bee-eater
7. Stork-billed Kingfisher
8. Black-capped Kingfisher
9. Collared Kingfisher
10. White-throated Kingfisher
11. Little Bronzed Cuckoo
12. Asian Koel
13. Long-tailed Parakeet
14. Dollarbird
15. Germain's Swiftlet
16. House Swift
17. Barred Eagle Owl
18. Rock Pigeon
19. Pink-necked Green Pigeon
20. Spotted Dove
21. Peaceful Dove
22. White-breasted Waterhen
23. Common Sandpiper
24. White-winged Tern
25. White-bellied Sea Eagle
26. Crested Serpent Eagle
27. Brahminy Kite
28. Eastern Marsh Harrier
29. Black-shouldered Kite
30. Purple Heron
31. Grey Heron
32. Little Heron
33. Little Egret
34. Cattle Egret
35. Intermediate Egret
36. Great Egret
37. Chinese Pond Heron
38. Asian Openbill
39. Lesser Adjutant
40. Ashy Drongo
41. Brown Shrike
42. House Crow
43. Slender-billed Crow
44. Black-naped Oriole
45. Common Iora
46. Ashy Minivet
47. Pied Fantail
48. Asian Brown Flycatcher
49. Yellow-rumped Flycatcher
50. Oriental Magpie Robin
51. Asian Glossy Starling
52. White-breasted Woodswallow
53. Common Myna
54. Javan Myna
55. Southern Great Tit
56. Pacific Swallow
57. Barn Swallow
58. Yellow-vented Bulbul
59. Olive-winged Bulbul
60. Yellow-bellied Prinia
61. Ashy Tailorbird
62. Golden-bellied Gerygone
63. Arctic Warbler
64. Abbott's Babbler
65. Striped Tit Babbler
66. Olive-backed Sunbird
67. Brown-throated Sunbird
68. Forest Wagtail
69. Eurasian Tree Sparrow
70. Baya Weaver
71. Scaly-breasted Munia
72. White-rumped Munia
 
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