Thailand Day 20, 21 February 2013, Khao Sok entrance area

This morning was sadly the last real piece of birding of the trip.
Our taxi back to Krabi airport wasn't picking us up until midday so with a little time to spare we walked into the village for breakfast. By now we were fed up with Our Jungle House mainly due to the American owner who was full of crap and reluctant to do anything about our macaque raids!
Along the track 3 Greater Coucals showed then a largish acciptor glided towards us and landed in a tree in view. I noted all of it's features and was able to id it as a Crested Goshawk when I got back to my book! Also along the track were both Arctic Warbler, Pale-legged Leaf Warbler and a few Black-nest Swiflets.
After pancackes for breakfast and a stroll back a stonkingly bright red Crimson Sunbird (my last lifer of the trip) showed in the garden where I also photographed Asian Brown Flycatcher and the resident Chinese Pond Heron.

Asian Brown Flycatcher

Chinese Pond Heron

1 comment:

  1. Wow nice photography done by you. Khao Sok National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Thailand.

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