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12 Days Birding & Bird Photography Tours In Sabah, Borneo

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94 species of birds in 1 day at Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Monday, January 5, 2015

Birding With Nick & Family

21st December - 2nd January



The trip started around Kota Kinabalu for the locally Endangered Blue-naped Parrot at Tg. Aru Beach including Dollarbird and other garden birds. In the afternoon, went to my local patch for Wandering Whistling Duck, Stork-billed Kingfisher and Oriental Darter.

Despite the weather in the rainforest, we managed to get around 250 birds and 21 mammals with highlights such as Bornean Bristlehead, Storm's Stork and Mt. Serpent Eagle and Orange-breasted Trogon at the usual places, Tambunan Rafflesia Centre, Mt. Kinabalu, Sepilok Forest Reserve, Kinabatangan River and Danum Valley.

My lifer was the Oriental Bay Owl after hearing it for many years!

Images taken with Nikon D300s + 300mm 2.8 VR II + TC1.4x, Swarovski STX 95 + TLS APO + Nikon V1 ~ All Rights Reserved ©





Orange-breasted Trogon quite low this time at Mahua Waterfall



Thanks to Jack for finding these Barred Eagle Owl on the busy road at Mesilau village



Black-winged Flycatcher Shrike



Oriental Honey Buzzard



Bearded Pig along the access road, Danum



Asian Paradise Flycatcher, a treat for few minutes outside the Canopy Walkway at Danum



Roosting Scarlet-rumped Trogon from the Hornbill Trail, Danum



Black-headed Pitta, endemic to Sabah on the New Year Day :D



Majestic Mt Kinabalu in the morning from Cottage Hotel



Outdoor Nursery at Orang Utan Sanctuary, Sepilok



Afternoon cruise to Tenegang tributary for more Hornbill and Monkey



Waiting for the Bornean Bristlehead at Danum



Brown Wood Owl at Menanggul tributary




Happy birding!



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1 comment:

Jerry said...

Jason, your trogon photos are stunning!