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Thursday, April 17, 2008

celyn resort, kundasang

14 - 15th april 2008



stayed overnight at celyn resort, kundasang with a couple from denmark, mr. and mrs. padersen and visited the kinabalu national park headquarters and poring hot spring sub-station. main interest was to see birds and orchids and luckily weather was good during the tours and nice room at the resort too hahaha :p

bird list :
  • black-sided flowerpecker
  • ochraceous bulbul
  • little spiderhunter
  • red-eyed bulbul
  • brown fulvetta
  • orange-bellied flowerpecker
  • white-crowned shama (endemic)
  • blue and white flycatcher
  • eyebrowed jungle flycatcher (endemic)
  • sunda cuckoo-shrike
  • temminck's sunbird
  • chesnut-hooded laughingthrush (endemic)
  • ashy drongo
  • bornean treepie (endemic)
  • chestnut-crested yuhina (endemic)
  • bornean whistler (endemic)
  • grey-chinned minivet
  • mugimaki flycatcher
  • indigo flycatcher
  • white-throated fantail
  • yellow-breasted warbler
  • mt. leaf warbler
  • mt. tailorbird
  • large hawk cuckoo
  • oriental cuckoo
  • hair-crested drongo
  • grey-throated babbler
  • bornean whistling thrush (endemic)
view of the crocker range from my room :)


stalls at kundasang town is well know for its fresh vegetables and local fruits


happy birding everyone :)

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