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Viator's 2013 World List (1 Viewer)

viator

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Singapore
Feb 9, Kaeng Krachan, Thailand

158. Crow-billed Drongo
159. Siberian Blue Robin
160. White-rumped Shama
161. Blue-throated Blue Flycatcher
162. Green-legged Partridge
163. White-browed Scimitar Babbler
164. Kalij Pheasant
165. Crested Serpent Eagle
166. Pacific Swift
167. Little Cormorant
168. Black-collared Starling
169. Grey-breasted Prinia
170. Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike
171. Orange-headed Thrush
172. Ashy Drongo
173. Green Bee-eater
174. Brown-cheeked Fulvetta
175. Buff-breasted Babbler
176. Claudia's Leaf Warbler
177. Mugimaki Flycatcher
178. Large Scimitar Babbler
179. Tickell's Blue Flycatcher
180. Bar-backed Partridge
181. Brown-chested Jungle Flycatcher
182. Hill Blue Flycatcher
183. Hainan Blue Flycatcher
184. Indochinese Bush Lark
185. Lineated Barbet
186. Verditer Flycatcher
187. Blue-eared Barbet

Images below of Siberian Blue Robin, Green-legged Partridges, Kalij Pheasant, White-browed Scimitar Babbler and Large Scimitar Babbler
 

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viator

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Singapore
Feb 10, Kaeng Krachan, Thailand

We spend the day on the lower part of the mountain with most of the time between the first two streams.

188. Little Grebe
189. Greater Flameback
190. Pale Blue Flycatcher
191. Golden-crested Myna
192. Greater Yellownape
193. Heart-spotted Woodpecker
194. Green-eared Barbet
195. Sultan Tit
196. Grey-eyed Bulbul
197. Black-hooded Oriole
198. Silver-breasted Broadbill
199. Asian Paradise Flycatcher
200. Asian Fairy Bluebird
201. Sulphur-breasted Warbler
202. Black-bellied Malkoha
203. Grey-headed Canary-flycatcher
204. Cinereous Bulbul
205. Common Green Magpie
206. Streak-breasted Woodpecker
207. Ochraceous Bulbul
208. Common Emerald Dove
209. White-fronted Scops Owl
210. Orange-breasted Trogon
211. Plain Sunbird
212. Velvet-fronted Nuthatch
213. Striated Swallow
214. Rufous-fronted Babbler
215. Streak-throated Woodpecker
216. Thick-billed Green Pigeon
217. Moustached Barbet
218. Buff-vented Bulbul
219. Great Slaty Woodpecker
220. Large Woodshrike
221. Blue-bearded Bee-eater
222. Common Moorhen
223. Slaty-legged Crake
224. Wreathed Hornbill
225. Great Iora
226. Swinhoe's Minivet
227. Grey-rumped Treeswift
228. Great Hornbill
229. Peregrine Falcon
230. Asian Barred Owlet
 

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viator

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Singapore
Feb 11, Kaeng Krachan, Thailand

After spending the 10th on lower elevations a pre-dawn drive to the top and then birding down the mountain.

231. Large-tailed Nightjar
232. Long-tailed Broadbill
233. Black-winged Cuckooshrike
234. Yellow-eared Spiderhunter
235. Yellow-vented Green Pigeon
236. White-throated Rock Thrush
237. Mountain Imperial Pigeon
238. Slender-billed Oriole
239. Great Barbet
240. Everett's White-eye
241. Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo
242. Flavescent Bulbul
243. Silver Oriole
244. Red-bearded Bee-eater
245. Black-eared Shrike-babbler
246. Ruby-cheeked Sunbird
247. Blue-winged Leafbird
248. Black-throated Sunbird
249. Pin-tailed Parrotfinch
250. Chinese Sparrowhawk
251. Golden Babbler
252. Brown-backed Needletail
253. Mountain Bulbul
254. Scarlet Minivet
255. Bamboo Woodpecker
256. Yellow-bellied Warbler
257. White-browed Piculet
258. Spot-necked Babbler
259. Collared Babbler
260. Ratchet-tailed Treepie

261. Radde's Warbler
262. Tickell's Brown Hornbill
263. Orange-breasted Green Pigeon
264. Indian Nightjar
265. Sunda Scops Owl

A couple of flying hornbills; Wreathed and Tickell's Brown
 

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viator

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Singapore
Feb 12, Pak Thale & Surrounding areas, Thailand

With an early evening flight back to Singapore we left Kaeng Krachan and headed to the coast and enjoyed the large numbers of waders along the coast. Order below is only roughly accurate.
266. Great Cormorant
267. Little Ringed Plover
268. Great Knot
269. Red-necked Stint
270. Temminck's Stint
271. Bar-tailed Godwit
272. Oriental Pratincole
273. Marsh Sandpiper
274. Grey Plover
275. Brown-headed Gull
276. Heuglin's Gull
277. Common Tern
278. Black-capped Kingfisher
279. Kentish Plover
280. Spotted Redshank
281. Common Redshank
282. Asian Dowitcher
283. Lesser Sand Plover
284. Greater Sand Plover
285. White-winged Tern
286. Eurasian Curlew
287. Eastern Curlew
288. Curlew Sandpiper
289. Dunlin
290. Whimbrel
291. Black-tailed Godwit
292. Long-toed Stint
293. Terek Sandpiper
294. Javan Pond Heron
295. Gull-billed Tern
296. Ruff
297. Red-necked Phalarope
298. Broad-billed Sandpiper
299. Spoon-billed Sandpiper
300. Nordman's Greenshank
301. Painted Stork
302. Mangrove Whistler
303. Richard's Pipit
304. Slaty-breasted Rail
305. Black-tailed Gull
306. Caspian Tern
307. House Sparrow
 

viator

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Singapore
Feb 17, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Whilst I was in Thailand a vagrant Daurian Redstart, a first for Singapore, turned up in Gardens by the Bay. Luckily it was still around.

308. Daurian Redstart
 

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Singapore
Feb 23, Bidadari Cemetery, Singapore

309. Blue-throated Bee-eater
310. Rufous Woodpecker
 

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Singapore
Mar 3, Pulau Ubin, Singapore

312. Copper-throated Sunbird
313. Mangrove Blue Flycatcher
 

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Singapore
Mar 17, Senggigi, Lombok, Indonesia

Having arrived just before sunset on the 15th my first new birds for this my first visit to Lombok in the Lesser Sundas were during the following morning at the beach resort we were to spend 3 nights.

314. Cave Swiftlet
315. Olive-backed Tailorbird
316. Edible-nest Swiftlet
317. Pale-headed Munia
318. Indonesian Honeyeater
319. Bridled Tern
320. White-shouldered Triller
321. White-breasted Woodswallow
322. Javan Munia
323. Red-footed Booby
 
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viator

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Singapore
Mar 18, Senggigi, Lombok, Indonesia

Today was spent at the beach other than a short walk inland up a small stream.

324. Lesser Coucal
325. Lemon-bellied White-eye
326. Great Frigatebird
327. Lesser Frigatebird
328. Cinereous Tit
329. Scaly-crowned Honeyeater
330. Short-toed Snake Eagle

Photo of an Indonesian Honeyeater
 

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viator

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Mar 20, Mt Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia

A day spent in the forest on the lower slopes of the 3726m high volcano.

335. Wallacean Drongo
336. Grey-streaked Flycatcher
337. Helmeted Friarbird
338. Banded Fruit Dove
339. Blue-cheeked Flowerpecker

340. Little Pied Flycatcher
341. Rufous-chested Flycatcher
342. Snowy-browed Flycatcher
343. Mountain Leaf Warbler
344. Metallic Pigeon
345. Scarlet-headed Flowerpecker
346. Flores Hawk-Eagle
 

viator

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Mar 19, Lombok, Indonesia

The day started in Senggigi before heading up to Senaru on Mt Rinjani.

331. Black-naped Tern
332. Brown Booby
333. Zebra Finch
334. Mountain White-eye
 

viator

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Singapore
Mar 21, Senaru, Lombok, Indonesia

347. Rusty-breasted Cuckoo
348. Elegant Pitta
349. Rinjani Scops Owl
 

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viator

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Singapore
Mar 22, Senaru, Lombok, Indonesia

350. Spotted Kestrel
351. Dark-backed Imperial Pigeon

352. Black-naped Fruit Dove
353. Red-cheeked Parrot
 

viator

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Singapore
Mar 23, Lombok, Indonesia

A drive from Senaru up to Sembalun and then back down and over to Senggigi added the last new birds to the trip.

354. Red Avadavat
355. Grey Wagtail
356. Golden-headed Cisticola
357. Sunda Bush Warbler
358. Short-tailed Starling
359. Five-colored Munia
 

viator

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Singapore
Apr 13, Central Catchment, Singapore

363. Blue-rumped Parrot
364. Cream-vented Bulbul
365. Streaked Bulbul
366. Chestnut-bellied Malkoha
 

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