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Checklist S21741301

 
Location
Rôtânôkiri, Rôtânôkiri, KH ( Map )
Date and Effort
Sun Jan 25, 2015
Protocol:
Historical
Party Size:
N/A
Observers:
Fred Baksey List , Howie Nielsen (SVC) , Srun San CBGA List
Comments:
This is a bird list from a trip placing camera traps in Virachey NP, in the vicinity of Phnom Haling on the Lao border. the team summited on Feb 1. We walked from village on the Sesan river, 142 km round trip. Most birding was done on the run, as the team needed to spend most of each day moving through challenging terrain. Included and noted are birds from the 2 nights spent in Ban Lung. 2 birds not included were a one time call most likely eye-browed wren babbler and a brief look at what felt to be a rufous-backed sibia. Couldn't close the deal on either one.
Species
172 species (+2 other taxa) total
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40

Banlung, Feb 8

X

vocalizations on 3 occasions

1

one bird taped into view, with calling birds throughout forested areas up to at least 1200m

1
1

Banlung

X

common aound floodplain villages and paddyfields

1
X

heard on 3 occasions

X
X
X

Sesan floodplain

1

Banlung

1

1000m

1
X
1

Banlung lake

1

banlung lake

2

Sesan sand bar

5

Sesan sand bars

1

Sesan sand bars

1

Banlung

1

Sesan sand bar

2

Sesan sand bar

15

Along Sesan river

X

Banlung, Sesan river and floodplain

X

Banlung, Sesan floodplain

1

Banlung

2

sesan floodplain

X

seen or heard daily

1

Sesan floodplain

3
X
X

Banlung at Treetops lodge

X
X
X
X
X
X
8

flock flushed from fruiting tree 800m

X
X
1
1
1

Banlung lake

1

Sesan River

2

2 birds seen on separate rivers, both vocalizing "keck" call in flight

2
X
1
4
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
1
12

Sesan floodplain paddyfield, DDF mosaic

X

common around Banlung and the Sesan floodplain with its DDF

X
1
8

Banlung

3
1
2
3
1
2
1
X
2

1 seen, 1 heard 1300m

X

common in all forest types

X

Banlung, lowlands

X

daily above 1000m

X

throughout trip

2
2
X

most commonly seen drongo

3
4

1000m camp and above

X
1
Amur/Blyth's/Indian Paradise-Flycatcher
X

recordings made of this species at 1000 m camp

2

DDF

X

Sesan floodplain

1

Sesan river

X
X
X

20+ birds above summit

X

abundant and conspicuous throughout all forested areas

X
X
X

DDF and Veal Thom

X
X
X
X

common in evergreen throughout

X
X

a flock of 12-15 birds at Veal Thom with some white-headed form included ssp. stresemanni

1

heard creekside near 1000 m camp. one observed

X

common throughout forest with bamboo

X

throughout, by far the most abundant warbler

3

Veal Thom

2

banlung

X

few birds daily in lowlands

X

few birds recorded in community forest, lowlands only

1
Davison's/Kloss's Leaf Warbler

seen and recorded at 1400m+ P Haling

2

Floodplain scrub

1

lakeside Banlung

2

Veal Thom

X

Banlung

X

throughout trip though in low densities

4

Floodplain scrub

5

Banlung

4

edge of Veal Thom

X

floodplain scrub

X

common in lowland habitats

X
2

2 birds seen at 1200m, then a second group at 900m

1

flock of 6 birds taped in , 1100m had Collared babblers with them

X

3 groups of this species were encountered

4

2 groups seen, 3rd heard. One associated w P. ochraceiceps

X
2
1

2 birds seen atop P Haling 1400m+ vocalizations recorded

X

flock

X
X

2 flocks encountered with brief taping

X
X
X
X
1

male photographed at nocturnal roost 1000m

4
1

photographed bathing in stream bed

2

nice look at male klossi

2

2 males

1
2
X

commonly heard, rarely seen

6
1

female at 1100m

X

Banlung, Sesan floodplain, Veal thom

X

Sesan floodplain, Veal Thom

1

1000m

X
2
X
20

floodplain

X
2

veal thom

1
X
1
X
5
4
2
3
2
X

Veal Thom

X
X
 

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