This is a  pair of videos of a couple of White-fronted Scops Owl taken by me in Kaeng Krachan. I found this bird near the stream 2 at Bang Krang road at 10 am in the morning !!!

It was a dark place with some backlighting, so i did my best to take a nice video.Hope you enjoy it !!



Greater Yellownape

Streak-breasted Woodpecker ( nest )

Common Flameback ( heard )

Rufous Woodpecker ( nest )

Great Barbet

Blue-throated Barbet

Oriental Pied Hornbill

Great Hornbill

Red-headed Trogon

Banded Kingfisher

Black-backed Kingfisher

Red-bearded Bee-eater

White-fronted Scops Owl

Collared Owlet

Mountain Imperial Pigeon

Thick-billed Green Pigeon

Emerald Dove

Red-wattled Lapwing

Cattle Egret

Chinese Pond Heron

Blue-winged Pitta ( heard )

Black-and-red Broadbill

Silver-breasted Broadbill

Banded Broadbill ( nest )

Long-tailed Broadbill

Dusky Broadbill ( nest )

Greater Green Leafbird

Blue-winged Leafbird

Ashy Drongo

Bronzed Drongo

Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo

Common Green Magpie

Racket-tailed Treepie

Ratchet-tailed Treepie

Black-naped Oriole

Grey-chinned Minivet

Scarlet Minivet

Black-naped Monarch

Oriental Magpie Robin

White-rumped Shama

Ashy Woodswallow

Common Myna

White-vented Myna

Golden-crested Myna

Velvet-fronted Nuthatch

Black-headed Bulbul

Black-crested Bulbul

Sooty-headed Bulbul

Flavescent Bulbul

Streak-eared Bulbul

Ochraceous Bulbul

Common Tailorbird

White-crested Laughingthrush

Black-throated Laughingthrush

Puff-throated Babbler

White-browed Shrike Babbler

Black-throated Sunbird

Streaked Spiderhunter

White-rumped Munia




Yellow-cheeked Tit, Parus spilonotus, is a colorful tit found in northern Thailand.Their home range spans from Bangladesh to most of Southeast Asia and China.They inhabit moist lowland and montane forests.It’s a bird with yellow underparts and sides of head and black on crest and on post-ocular,bib and ventral stripe.They often join bird waves.

In Thailand they are located from 900 m to 2565 m in broadleaved evergreen forest.I took this picture at km 37 in Doi Inthanon National Park.It’s a pity that appears some branches in front of this stunning bird !




Grey-cheeked FulvettaAlcippe morrisonia, is another bird found in higher elevations in Thailand.They can be distinguished from other fulvettas by their buff below,grey head,white eye ring, and two black lateral crown-stripes.Their home range spans from China to most of Southeast Asia.They are often associated with bird waves.Their habitat is broadleaved evergreen forest ,secondary growth and bamboo.

In Thailand they are usually found  from 900 to 2565 m.I took that picture of  this species on a branch of lower storey, at 37.5 km in Doi Inthanon National Park.