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Birdwatching In Isan

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f. Flycatcher - Little Pied for me. If you contact Greenleaf at Khao Yai, Khun Nine had some copies of lekagul & Round. he did a great drawing of a Hornbill in mine and the crew signed it on each of my last two visits.

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Once again need help with this one. Taken from Doi Lang in January, elev approx 1900meters.

About the size of a typical bulbul. It seemed to favour dropping to the ground and in this pic it was on quite a steep embankment.

Appears to me like some kind of female Niltava or maybe a juvenile judging from its gape. There is a tiny hint of blue on the extreme RHS of its throat.

Thanks.

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The white on the throat suggests Fujian/Rufous-bellied Niltava, presumably a first-winter bird. (These two used to be reckoned conspecific).

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From Phu Khieo, Chaiyaphum.

Both pics same bird.

Help me please with this warbler. If I need to guess I'd say Radde's.

Thanks.

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Good stuff I haven't ticked Dusky. Thanks IB.

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Unknown cuckoo taken from Chulaborn Dam in Petchabun...quite a good spot for birds.

Thought it was Large Hawk Cuckoo initially but on closer scrutiny I think I am wrong.

Taken 25th Mar. 2016.

Rather large bird possibly larger than an Indian Roller.

What could it be? Thanks.

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This is more likely Large Hawk Cuckoo?

Taken from Nam Nao NP. 25 Mar 2016.

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All the Hawk-Cuckoos have conspicuous tail-bands, and do not have grey on the upper breast. That leaves you with Indian, Common (least likely), and Himalayan.

Nice pics, though!

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Well I stuffed up again. So none of these 2 sets is Large Hawk Cuckoo.

Should have known better LHCs have distinct tail bands.

Thanks IB.

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Had a look over at OBC and the 1st set of 6 seem to match but 2nd set of 4 doesn't seem so. Do you think both sets are Oriental? Thanks.

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