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Malaysia & Borneo


2 – 13 June 2005Peninsula Malaysia

14 – 25 June 2005Borneo


Set Departure Tours

Guide: Keith Barnes



2 June 2005

Arrival Kuala Lumpur

3 June 2005

KL – Kuala Selangor (full day)

4 June 2005

The Gap (KKB road) – Fraser’s Hill (Telekom Loop)

5 June 2005

Fraser’s Hill (Raub Road & Bishops Trail) p.m. New Road

6 June 2005

Fraser’s Hill (Telekom Loop & Bishops Trail) p.m. Waterfall Trail

7 June 2005

Fraser’s Hill (Gap Road) p.m. New Road

8 June 2005

Fraser’s Hill (Gap – Raub Road) p.m. Taman Negara HQ

9 June 2005

Taman Negara HQ (Bukit TeresekJenet Muda – River Trail)

10 June 2005

Taman Negara HQ (River Trail – Swamp Loop)

11 June 2005

Taman Negara HQ (River Trail – Jenet Muda)

12 June 2005

Taman Negara HQ (Kuala Tahan – Boat to Jerantut)

13 June 2005

Jerantut – KLIA – Kota Kinabalu

14 June 2005

Arrival Day Kota Kinabalu

15 June 2005

Mt Kinabalu National Park (HQ & Silau Silau Trail)

16 June 2005

Mt Kinabalu National Park (Liwagu Trail & Bukit Ular)

17 June 2005

Mt Kinabalu National Park (Silau Silau & Roads)

18 June 2005

Mt Kinabalu National Park (Bukit Ular + Liwagu Trail (lower))

19 June 2005

Mt Kinabalu National Park (Bukit Ular & Liwagu (lower)) – Poring Hot Springs

21 June 2005

Poring Hot SpringsLahad DatuDanum Valley (BRL)

22 June 2005

Danum ValleyBorneo Rainforest Lodge (Hornbill Trail & Canopy)

23 June 2005

Danum Valley – Borneo Rainforest Lodge (Gate to lodge & Segama Trail)

24 June 2005

Danum ValleyBorneo Rainforest Lodge (Canopy Tower) – Kota Kinabalu via Sepliok

25 June 2005

Kota Kinabalu




Borneo and Malaysia are hard to beat as a rainforest birding destination in Asia. The amazing efficiency make for a wonderfully pleasant trip and the sublime forests combine with some of the most incredible birds remaining on the globe today including Great Slaty Woodpecker, Rhinoceros and Helmeted Hornbill, Long-tailed and Black-and-Red Broadbills and a band of eclectic and secretive pittas to make this perhaps the finest forest birding destination in the Orient. The real birding highlight though came in the form of a group of the gregarious Bornean Bristlehead. This remarkable bird happened to be the last bird family to be clinched by two of this tour’s participants, a serious achievement. Then of course, there is the fabulous Orang-utan, of which we saw 13 on this tour along with a band of other mammals including Siamang, Bornean Gibbon, Leopard Cat and Banded Palm Civet. This tour encountered 342 bird species and 34 mammal species including four species of Ape….a rather incredible all round trip and one where we endured quite a bit of comfort in the fine facilities available throughout modern Malaysia!



Rhinoceros Hornbill is one of the greatest birds of a trip to SE Asia


Inner Kuala Lumpur is pretty devoid of birds and our highlight of the first night was the amazing buffet at the hotel where we feasted on the finest Asian cuisine….always the great benefit of a birding trip in Asia! The next morning we were off at sparrows, and nailed our first bird…a Eurasian Tree Sparrow!! But much more exciting goodies were to follow and we were soon on our way up the coastal road.


Kuala Selangor

We arrived in Kuala Selangor and headed straight to the raised bunds in the reserve where we soon saw Brahminy Kite, White-bellied Sea Eagle, Smyrna Kingfisher and Blue-throated Bee-eater as well as the mangrove specials and a host of herons and waders. We also found the localised Coppersmith Barbet and Laced Woodpecker as well as our first Common Flameback, a spectacular woodpecker. The moaning Asian Koels kept us entertained until they eventually materialised and the hill yielded another local specialty in the form of the Lineated Barbet. Other specialty birds we were able to catch up with included the tiny Flyeater, Chestnut-bellied Malkoha, Sunda Woodpecker, Mangrove Blue Flycatcher and Abbott’s Babbler. This was only a one night stop and after we had viewed the straits over to Sumatra and enjoyed a spectacular local meal we headed off for Fraser’s Hill birding the road up from the lowlands, and encountering a bunch of exciting goodies on our ascent, particularly as we approached the central Malay highlands near the Gap!


Fraser’s Hill

The wonderfully cool hill station resort of Fraser’s Hill has a charm of its own. We hit the trails as soon as possible picking up on a series of highly sought-after specialties including Green Magpie, Long-tailed Sibia, Silver-eared Mesia, Blue Nuthatch, Blyth’s Hawk Eagle, Fire-tufted Barbet, Black-and-Crimson Oriole, Golden Babbler and Mountain Fulvetta. We also had time to explore the famous Bishop’s trail where a Rusty-naped Pitta skilfully eluded us although we did encounter Pygmy Wren Babbler and Streaked Wren Babbler amongst some mixed flock gems such as Greater Yellownape, Crimson-winged Woodpecker, Malaysian Cuckooshrike, Blue-winged Leafbird, Chestnut-crowned and Chestnut-capped laughing-thrushes, shrike-babblers, fulvettas, fantails and yuhinas. One day we walked the New Road encountering a phenomenal eight species of woodpecker on one walk, including amazing views of Orange-backed and the dainty Grey-and-Buff Woodpeckers. Today’s other highlight came in the form of a flock of 10 Long-tailed Broadbills that whistled their way through town and both Orange-breasted and Red-headed Trogon!! Because the trees were fruiting lower down at the Gap we made a sortie to lower altitudes were we found trees dripping with Barbets and Bulbuls! Here we cleaned up on these colourful forest dwellers scoring Black-browed, Yellow-crowned, Blue-eared, Coppersmith and Gold-whiskered Barbets as well as Black-headed, Black-crested, Scaly-breasted and Grey-bellied bulbuls amongst others. On the mammal front a group of wailing Siamang stopped us in our tracks as we were heading up the hill one day. The family was calling from right next to the road and we soaked up their splendour before moving on. A brief stop in some bamboo yielded a Bamboo Woodpecker and a brief glimpse of Pin-tailed Parrotfinch! Just before we left this area we were ambushed by a spectacular male Rhinoceros Hornbill which flew from miles away only to alight on the tree we were watching and belt out its ridiculous call! Before long it was time to move off and so we started our journey to the greatest tract of rainforest left in mainland Malaysia at Taman Negara! Our journey through palm plantation was interrupted by a welcome Black-thighed Falconet.



This spectacular Whiskered Tree-swift perched for a long time, allowing inspection of its spectacular whiskers


Taman Negara

We made our way to the lowland town of Jerantut before heading for Kuala Tembeling for the boat trip up river to Taman Negara. A huge area of mostly pristine lowland rainforest, it covers 3.3% of the country's surface area and is the largest protected area on the Malay peninsula. Aged some 130 million years old, it is touted as “the oldest rainforest in the world”. The ancient landscape  supports over 300 bird species and is undoubtedly the most important birding site on the mainland. Access to Kuala Tahan, the park HQ, was via a three-hour boat journey snaking up the forest-fringed Tembeling River. The trip offered us our first views of the aptly named Stork-billed Kingfisher darting up the river and a Straw-headed Bulbuls as well as Red-wattled Lapwing on the riverbanks. On the next days we walked the trails around the HQ, and searched for fruiting trees where we watched birds coming in. Searching through the bulbuls and babblers, we scored Blue-rumped Parrot, Blue-crowned Hanging Parrot, Thick-billed and Little Green Pigeon and Asian Fairy Bluebird. The first of several pheasants came in the form of superb views of Crested Fireback and Malaysian peacock Pheasant. The trails also yielded our first displaying great Argus pheasant, which we enjoyed greatly. The trails also yielded Red-naped Trogon and the less spectacular but more difficult Large Wren-babbler. Although we had several hornbill encounters, none showed themselves too well and we would have to wait for Borneo for unforgettable encounters with these amazing creatures. Malkohas dripped from the trees and the immaculate Chestnut-breasted Malkoha was voted the favourite by all. Drongo and Indian Cuckoos rang out their enchanting calls, whilst the spectacular Whiskered Treeswift spiralled above the canopy and Chestnut-backed Scimitar Babbler gave us a brief show. A brief sojourn by the river got us an immaculate perched Blue-banded Kingfisher and a swing via the swamp loop scored us Blue-winged Pitta and the seldom seen Rufous-collared Kingfisher. Broadbills abounded and we saw Dusky, Banded Black-and-yellow and Green within the space of an hour on the one day. Having had pretty much a field day with the local specialties we packed up and moved on to Borneo, where more excitement awaited.


Mount Kinabalu National Park

After our brief flight to the island of Borneo we were on our way to the HQ at Mt Kinabalu National Park. This bare granite massif of Mount Kinabalu (4101m) towers above the forests clothing its lower slopes. Mount Kinabalu is a naturalist's paradise ­ an island of montane forest in a sea of cultivated lowlands. Two-thirds of Borneo's endemic birds are found here.  Based at the park headquarters, we radiated out on the network of trails surrounding the HQ. Noisy flocks appeared at first light at the roadside and contained large numbers of Chestnut-capped Laughingthrushes, as well as Sunda Laughingthrush, Sunda Cuckoo-Shrike, Ashy Drongos, the stunning Short-tailed Magpie, Bornean Treepie, and dozens Black-capped White-eyes. On the mountain we sought out the Little Cuckoo-Dove, Golden-naped Barbet, Crimson-winged Woodpecker, Black-and-crimson Oriole, Sunda Whistling-Thrush, White-crowned Forktail, Mountain Tailorbird, Bornean Whistler and Velvet-fronted Nuthatch and spent more time finding for the most elusive endemics, including Red-breasted and Crimson-headed Partridges, the vivid, electric-green Whitehead's Broadbill, the sedate and unobtrusive Whitehead's Trogon, and the diminutive Bornean Stubtail. On one of the days we headed down to Poring Hot Springs where the gardens game us Maroon-breasted Philentoma, as well as Red-eyed, Black-headed, and Streaked Bulbuls, Moustached Babbler, Grey-breasted Spiderhunter, Everett's White-eye, Orange-bellied Flowerpecker, and Dusky Munia. Before long it was time to move on to the trip highlight for most, the spectacular and amazing Danum Valley.



This scarce Malaysian Honeyguide was watched near a Brown Barbet colony. This was a likely chick that had been hosted by one of the unfortunate barbets.


Danum Valley (Borneo Rainforest Lodge)

The Danum Valley Conservation Area contains some of the most accessible pristine lowland rainforest in Borneo. Gigantic trees, clambering lianas, strange-looking insects and a bewildering variety of birds are all essential features of the valley. Each dawn breaks with an ethereal mist hanging over the trees, but as the sun rises the chorus of broadbills, babblers, bulbuls and White-crowned Shamas is soon joined by the superbly evocative bubbles and trills of Bornean Gibbons. The numerous flowering and fruiting trees around the lodge attracted a good variety of birds, and the excellent network of trails led us deep into the shade of the forest. In our time at Danum Valley we saw a superb selection of species, including some cosmic endemics such as the gorgeous Blue-headed Pitta. We also saw the distinctive Black-headed Pitta as it sat calling in the deepest shadows, glowing like a hot coal. We also encountered a Bornean Wren-babbler walking like a miniature rail over the ground, being hunted by a Malay Weasel. Perhaps the greatest prize was the bizarre Bornean Bristlehead, and we nailed a party of these strawberry-headed enigmas moving through the tree tops late in our stay, which came as a great relief to several of the trip participants as they clinched their final world family! Both Rhinoceros and Helmeted Hornbills make their home in the valley and we saw both of these along with Bushy-crested, Wreathed and Asian Black which completed the hornbill show. Amongst the many other species we saw here were Rufous-bellied and Crested Serpent Eagles, Wallace's Hawk-Eagle, White-fronted Falconet, Violet Cuckoo, Raffles's, Red-billed and Chestnut-breasted Malkohas, Diard's, Red-naped and Scarlet-rumped Trogons, Red-bearded Bee-eater, Dollarbird, five barbets, Rufous, Buff-rumped, Buff-necked, and Orange-backed Woodpeckers, Black-and-yellow, Banded and Green Broadbills, Fiery and Scarlet Minivets, a host of bulbuls, babblers and leafbirds, Asian Fairy-Bluebird, Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Crested Jay, Plain, Plain-throated, Red-throated, Ruby-cheeked and Purple-naped Sunbirds, Little and Yellow-eared Spiderhunters, and Hill Myna.

During our stay at Danum Valley we were lucky to have the opportunity for several nocturnal excursions, and we saw a spectacular Buffy Fish Owl and Gould’s Frogmouth during one of these. Many mammals inhabit the reserve and we were lucky to see many of the scarcer residents of the valley including no less than 9 Orang-utan’s here. Other primates included Pigtail Macaque, Maroon Leaf Monkey and Bornean Gibbon. We also saw Lesser Mouse-Deer, Sambar Deer and Red Giant Flying Squirrels. Our luck held and we saw one or two of the scarcer species, including Common Palm and Malay Civets, Leopard Cat, and Slow Loris.



The Orang-utan, the old man of the forests is a major non-birding highlight on this tour



This list includes all the bird species that were recorded by at least one of us. Note that this is a group list. Taxonomy and nomenclature follow: Clements, James F. 2000. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Fifth Edition. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Co.



1) Darter                                                                 Anhinga melanogaster     

2) Gray Heron                                                       Ardea cinerea     

3) Purple Heron                                                   Ardea purpurea  

4) Great Egret                                                       Ardea alba           

5) Intermediate Egret                                          Egretta intermedia             

6) Little Egret                                                        Egretta garzetta  

7) Pacific Reef-Heron                                         Egretta sacra       

8) Cattle Egret                                                      Bubulcus ibis      

9) Striated Heron                                                 Butorides striatus

10) Black-crowned Night-Heron                       Nycticorax nycticorax         

11) Storm's Stork                                                 Ciconia stormi     

12) Milky Stork                                                      Mycteria cinerea 

13) Jerdon's Baza                                               Aviceda jerdoni   

14) Oriental Honey-buzzard                               Pernis ptilorhynchus          

15) Bat Hawk                                                        Macheiramphus alcinus    

16) Black-shouldered Kite                                 Elanus caeruleus               

17) Brahminy Kite                                                Haliastur indus    

18) White-bellied Sea-Eagle                             Haliaeetus leucogaster     

19) Lesser Fish-Eagle                                       Ichthyophaga humilis        

20) Crested Serpent-Eagle                               Spilornis cheela  

21) Black Eagle                                                   Ictinaetus malayensis       

22) Rufous-bellied Eagle                                  Hieraaetus kienerii            

23) Wallace's Hawk-Eagle                                Spizaetus nanus

24) Blyth's Hawk-Eagle                                      Spizaetus alboniger          

25) Black-thighed Falconet                                Microhierax fringillarius     

26) White-fronted Falconet                                Microhierax latifrons           

27) Red-breasted Partridge                              Arborophila hyperythra     

28) Chestnut-necklaced Partridge                   Arborophila charltonii        

29) Crimson-headed Partridge                        Haematortyx sanguiniceps              

30) Crested Fireback                                          Lophura ignita     

31) Great Argus                                                   Argusianus argus               

32) Malayan Peacock-Pheasant                       Polyplectron malacense   

33) White-breasted Waterhen                          Amaurornis phoenicurus  

34) Red-wattled Lapwing                                  Vanellus indicus 

35) Rock Dove                                                     Columba livia      

36) Spotted Dove                                                 Streptopelia chinensis       

37) Ruddy Cuckoo-Dove                                    Macropygia emiliana                         

38) Barred Cuckoo-Dove                                   Macropygia unchall            

39) Little Cuckoo-Dove                                       Macropygia ruficeps           

40) Emerald Dove                                               Chalcophaps indica           

41) Zebra Dove                                                    Geopelia striata  

42) Little Green-Pigeon                                      Treron olax          

43) Pink-necked Pigeon                                    Treron vernans   

44) Thick-billed Pigeon                                      Treron curvirostra               

45) Yellow-vented Pigeon                                  Treron seimundi 

46) Jambu Fruit-Dove                                         Ptilinopus jambu

47) Green Imperial-Pigeon                               Ducula aenea     

48) Mountain Imperial-Pigeon                          Ducula badia      

49) Blue-rumped Parrot                                     Psittinus cyanurus              

50) Blue-crowned Hanging-Parrot                   Loriculus galgulus              

51) Banded Bay Cuckoo                                    Cacomantis sonneratii      

52) Plaintive Cuckoo                                           Cacomantis merulinus      

53) Asian Koel                                                     Eudynamys scolopacea   

54) Moustached Hawk-Cuckoo                        Cuculus vagans  

55) Hodgson's Hawk-Cuckoo                          Cuculus fugax     

56) Indian Cuckoo                                               Cuculus micropterus         

57) Oriental Cuckoo                                            Cuculus saturatus              

58) Violet Cuckoo                                                 Chrysococcyx xanthorhynchus       

59) Asian Drongo-Cuckoo                                 Surniculus lugubris            

60) Black-bellied Malkoha                                 Phaenicophaeus diardi     

61) Chestnut-bellied Malkoha                          Phaenicophaeus sumatranus

62) Green-billed Malkoha                                  Phaenicophaeus tristis      

63) Raffles' Malkoha                                           Phaenicophaeus chlorophaeus

64) Red-billed Malkoha                                      Phaenicophaeus javanicus              

65) Chestnut-breasted Malkoha                      Phaenicophaeus curvirostris           

66) Greater Coucal                                             Centropus sinensis            

67) Lesser Coucal                                              Centropus bengalensis    

68) Collared Owlet                                              Glaucidium brodiei            

69) Barred Eagle-Owl                                         Bubo sumatranus              

70) Buffy Fish-Owl                                               Ketupa ketupu    

71) Gould's Frogmouth                                      Batrachostomus stellatus 

72) Glossy Swiftlet                                              Aerodramus esculenta      

73) Mossy-nest Swiftlet                                      Aerodramus salangana    

74) Black-nest Swiftlet                                        Aerodramus maximus      

75) Edible-nest Swiftlet                                      Aerodramus fuciphagus   

76) Silver-rumped Needletail                            Rhaphidura leucopygialis

77) Asian Palm-Swift                                          Cypsiurus balasiensis       

78) Fork-tailed Swift                                            Apus pacificus     

79) House Swift                                                   Apus nipalensis  

80) Gray-rumped Treeswift                                Hemiprocne longipennis  

81) Whiskered Treeswift                                    Hemiprocne comata          

82) Red-naped Trogon                                      Harpactes kasumba          

83) Diard's Trogon                                              Harpactes diardii

84) Whitehead's Trogon                                    Harpactes whiteheadi        

85) Cinnamon-rumped Trogon                        Harpactes orrhophaeus    

86) Scarlet-rumped Trogon                               Harpactes duvaucelii         

87) Red-headed Trogon                                    Harpactes erythrocephalus              

88) Orange-breasted Trogon                            Harpactes oreskios            

89) Black-backed Kingfisher                             Ceyx erithacus    

90) Stork-billed Kingfisher                                 Pelargopsis capensis        

91) Collared Kingfisher                                      Todirhamphus chloris       

92) Blue-eared Kingfisher                                 Alcedo meninting               

93) Blue-banded Kingfisher                              Alcedo euryzona

94) Stork-billed Kingfisher                                 Pelargopsis capensis        

95) White-throated Kingfisher                           Halcyon smyrnensis          

96) Rufous-collared Kingfisher                        Actenoides concretus        

97) Red-bearded Bee-eater                              Nyctyornis amictus             

98) Blue-throated Bee-eater                             Merops viridis      

99) Dollarbird                                                       Eurystomus orientalis        

100) Oriental Pied-Hornbill                                Anthracoceros albirostris  

101) Black Hornbill                                             Anthracoceros malayanus               

102) Rhinoceros Hornbill                                  Buceros rhinoceros            

103) Helmeted Hornbill                                     Buceros vigil        

104) Bushy-crested Hornbill                             Anorrhinus galeritus          

105) White-crowned Hornbill                            Aceros comatus                  

106) Wrinkled Hornbill                                       Aceros corrugatus              

107) Wreathed Hornbill                                      Aceros undulatus               

108) Fire-tufted Barbet                                       Psilopogon pyrolophus     

109) Lineated Barbet                                          Megalaima lineata             

110) Gold-whiskered Barbet                             Megalaima chrysopogon  

111) Red-throated Barbet                                  Megalaima mystacophanos             

112) Black-browed Barbet                                 Megalaima oorti  

113) Yellow-crowned Barbet                             Megalaima henricii            

114) Blue-eared Barbet                                     Megalaima australis          

115) Coppersmith Barbet                                  Megalaima haemacephala              

116) Brown Barbet                                              Calorhamphus fuliginosus               

117) Mountain Barbet                                         Megalaima monticola        

118) Golden-naped Barbet                               Megalaima pulcherrima    

119) Malaysian Honeyguide                             Indicator archipelagicus   

120) Rufous Piculet                                            Sasia abnormis  

121) Speckled Piculet                                        Picumnus innominatus     

122) Sunda Woodpecker                                   Dendrocopos moluccensis              

123) Gray-capped Woodpecker                       Dendrocopos canicapillus

124) Rufous Woodpecker                                 Celeus brachyurus            

125) Banded Woodpecker                                Picus mineaceus

126) Greater Yellownape                                   Picus flavinucha 

127) Crimson-winged Woodpecker                Picus puniceus                   

128) Checker-throated Woodpecker               Picus mentalis    

129) Olive-backed Woodpecker                       Dinopium rafflesii               

130) Bamboo Woodpecker                               Gecinulus viridis 

131) Maroon Woodpecker                                 Blythipicus rubiginosus     

132) Laced Woodpecker                                   Picus vittatus       

133) Common Flameback                                Dinopium javanense         

134) Greater Flameback                                    Chrysocolaptes lucidus     

135) Orange-backed Woodpecker                  Reinwardtipicus validus    

136) Buff-rumped Woodpecker                        Meiglyptes tristis 

137) Buff-necked Woodpecker                         Meiglyptes tukki  

138) Gray-and-buff Woodpecker                      Hemicircus concretus        

139) Great Slaty Woodpecker                           Mulleripicus pulverulentus

140) Dusky Broadbill                                          Corydon sumatranus         

141) Black-and-red Broadbill                            Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos

142) Banded Broadbill                                       Eurylaimus javanicus        

143) Black-and-yellow Broadbill                      Eurylaimus ochromalus    

144) Long-tailed Broadbill                                 Psarisomus dalhousiae    

145) Green Broadbill                                          Calyptomena viridis           

146) Whitehead's Broadbill                               Calyptomena whiteheadi  

147) Blue-winged Pitta                                       Pitta moluccensis               

148) Blue-headed Pitta                                      Pitta baudii          

149) Hooded Pitta                                               Pitta sordida        

150) Blue-banded Pitta                                      Pitta arcuata        

151) Garnet Pitta                                                 Pitta granatina     

152) Black-headed Pitta                                    Pitta ussheri         

153) Pacific Swallow                                          Hirundo tahitica  

154) Striated Swallow                                        Hirundo striolata 

155) Oriental Pipit                                               Anthus rufulus     

156) Sunda Cuckoo-shrike                               Coracina larvata 

157) Large Cuckoo-shrike                                Coracina macei  

158) Lesser Cuckoo-shrike                              Coracina fimbriata             

159) Pied Triller                                                   Lalage nigra        

160) Scarlet Minivet                                             Pericrocotus flammeus     

161) Fiery Minivet                                                 Pericrocotus igneus           

162) Gray-chinned Minivet                                 Pericrocotus solaris           

163) Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike                  Hemipus picatus

164) Black-winged Flycatcher-shrike              Hemipus hirundinaceus   

165) Straw-headed Bulbul                                 Pycnonotus zeylanicus     

166) Black-and-white Bulbul                             Pycnonotus melanoleucus               

167) Black-headed Bulbul                                 Pycnonotus atriceps          

168) Black-crested Bulbul                                 Pycnonotus melanicterus 

169) Scaly-breasted Bulbul                               Pycnonotus squamatus    

170) Gray-bellied Bulbul                                    Pycnonotus cyaniventris   

171) Puff-backed Bulbul                                    Pycnonotus eutilotus         

172) Stripe-throated Bulbul                               Pycnonotus finlaysoni       

173) Flavescent Bulbul                                      Pycnonotus flavescens     

174) Yellow-vented Bulbul                                 Pycnonotus goiavier          

175) Olive-winged Bulbul                                  Pycnonotus plumosus       

176) Cream-vented Bulbul                                Pycnonotus simplex                          

177) Red-eyed Bulbul                                        Pycnonotus brunneus       

178) Spectacled Bulbul                                      Pycnonotus erythropthalmos           

179) Finsch's Bulbul                                           Alophoixus finschii             

180) Ochraceous Bulbul                                    Alophoixus ochraceus       

181) Gray-cheeked Bulbul                                 Alophoixus bres 

182) Yellow-bellied Bulbul                                 Alophoixus phaeocephalus             

183) Hairy-backed Bulbul                                  Tricholestes criniger          

184) Buff-vented Bulbul                                      Iole olivacea        

185) Streaked Bulbul                                          Ixos malaccensis               

186) Ashy Bulbul                                                 Hemixos flavala  

187) Mountain Bulbul                                         Ixos mcclellandii

188) Greater Green Leafbird                             Chloropsis sonnerati         

189) Lesser Green Leafbird                             Chloropsis cyanopogon    

190) Blue-winged Leafbird                               Chloropsis cochinchinensis             

191) Orange-bellied Leafbird                           Chloropsis hardwickii        

192) Common Iora                                             Aegithina tiphia   

193) Green Iora                                                   Aegithina viridissima         

194) Malayan Whistling-Thrush                       Myophonus robinsoni        

195) Blue Whistling-Thrush                              Myophonus caeruleus       

196) Sunda Whistling-Thrush                          Myophonus glaucinus       

197) Orange-headed Thrush                            Zoothera citrina   

198) Island Thrush                                             Turdus poliocephalus        

199) White-browed Shortwing                          Brachypteryx montana      

200) Lesser Shortwing                                      Brachypteryx leucophrys  

201) Rufescent Prinia                                        Prinia rufescens  

202) Yellow-bellied Prinia                                 Prinia flaviventris                

203) Bornean Stubtail                                        Urosphena whiteheadi      

204) Sunda Bush-Warbler                                Cettia vulcania    

205) Friendly Bush-Warbler                              Bradypterus accentor        

206) Mountain Tailorbird                                    Orthotomus cuculatus       

207) Common Tailorbird                                   Orthotomus sutorius          

208) Dark-necked Tailorbird                             Orthotomus atrogularis     

209) Rufous-tailed Tailorbird                            Orthotomus sericeus         

210) Ashy Tailorbird                                            Orthotomus ruficeps          

211) Mountain Warbler                                       Phylloscopus trivirgatus    

212) Yellow-breasted Warbler                          Seicercus montis

213) Chestnut-crowned Warbler                      Seicercus castaniceps      

214) Yellow-bellied Warbler                              Abroscopus superciliaris  

215) Gray-chested Jungle-Flycatcher             Rhinomyias umbratilis      

216) Eyebrowed Jungle-Flycatcher                 Rhinomyias gularis            

217) Snowy-browed Flycatcher                        Ficedula hyperythra           

218) Little Pied Flycatcher                                 Ficedula westermanni       

219) Indigo Flycatcher                                        Eumyias indigo   

220) Hill Blue-Flycatcher                                    Cyornis banyumas            

221) White-tailed Flycatcher                              Cyornis concretus              

222) Long-billed Blue-Flycatcher                     Cyornis caerulatus             

223) Malaysian Blue-Flycatcher                       Cyornis turcosus 

224) Bornean Blue-Flycatcher                          Cyornis superbus               

225) Pygmy Blue-Flycatcher                              Muscicapella hodgsoni     

226) Gray-headed Canary-flycatcher               Culicicapa ceylonensis     

227) Oriental Magpie-Robin                              Copsychus saularis           

228) White-rumped Shama                              Copsychus malabaricus   

229) White-crowned Shama                             Copsychus stricklandii      

230) Rufous-tailed Shama                                Trichixos pyrropyga           

231) White-crowned Forktail                             Enicurus leschenaultia                      

232) Slaty-backed Forktail                                 Enicurus schistacea

233) White-throated Fantail                               Rhipidura albicollis            

234) Pied Fantail                                                 Rhipidura javanica             

235) Spotted Fantail                                           Rhipidura perlata               

236) Black-naped Monarch                               Hypothymis azurea           

237) Asian Paradise-Flycatcher                       Terpsiphone paradisi        

238) Bornean Whistler                                       Pachycephala hypoxantha               

239) Black Laughingthrush                               Garrulax lugubris               

240) Chestnut-capped Laughingthrush         Garrulax mitratus

241) Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush       Garrulax erythrocephalus 

242) Sunda Laughingthrush                             Garrulax palliatus               

243) White-chested Babbler                             Trichastoma rostratum      

244) Ferruginous Babbler                                 Trichastoma bicolor           

245) Abbott's Babbler                                         Malacocincla abbotti         

246) Horsfield's Babbler                                    Malacocincla sepiarium    

247) Short-tailed Babbler                                  Malacocincla malaccensis               

248) Temminck's Babbler                                 Pellorneum pyrrogenys    

249) Buff-breasted Babbler                               Pellorneum tickelli             

250) Black-capped Babbler                              Pellorneum capistratum   

251) Moustached Babbler                                 Malacopteron magnirostre               

252) Sooty-capped Babbler                              Malacopteron affine           

253) Scaly-crowned Babbler                             Malacopteron cinereum    

254) Rufous-crowned Babbler                         Malacopteron magnum     

255) Chestnut-backed Scimitar-Babbler        Potamatorhinus montanus               

256) Large Wren-Babbler                                  Napothera macrodactyla  

257) Pygmy Wren-Babbler                                 Pnoepyga pusilla               

258) Bornean Wren-Babbler                             Ptilocichla leucogrammica               

259) Striped Wren-Babbler                                Kenopia striata    

260) Mountain Wren-Babbler                            Napothera crassa               

261) Golden Babbler                                          Stachyris chrysaea             

262) Gray-throated Babbler                               Stachyris nigriceps             

263) Gray-headed Babbler                                Stachyris poliocephala      

264) Black-throated Babbler                             Stachyris nigricollis            

265) Chestnut-rumped Babbler                       Stachyris maculata            

266) Chestnut-winged Babbler                        Stachyris erythroptera       

267) Striped Tit-Babbler                                     Macronous gularis              

268) Fluffy-backed Tit-Babbler                          Macronous ptilosus            

269) Silver-eared Mesia                                     Leiothrix argentauris          

270) White-browed Shrike-Babbler                 Pteruthius flaviscapis         

271) Black-eared Shrike-Babbler                    Pteruthius melanotis          

272) Blue-winged Minla                                     Minla cyanouroptera          

273) Brown Fulvetta                                            Alcippe brunneicauda       

274) Mountain Fulvetta                                       Alcippe peracensis            

275) Long-tailed Sibia                                        Heterophasia picaoides    

276) White-bellied Yuhina                                 Yuhina zantholeuca          

277) Chestnut-crested Yuhina                         Yuhina everetti    

278) Golden-bellied Gerygone                         Gerygone sulphurea          

279) Great Tit                                                       Parus major         

280) Sultan Tit                                                      Melanochlora sultanea      

281) Velvet-fronted Nuthatch                             Sitta frontalis        

282) Blue Nuthatch                                             Sitta azurea         

283) Ruby-cheeked Sunbird                             Chalcoparia singalensis   

284) Plain Sunbird                                              Anthreptes simplex            

285) Plain-throated Sunbird                              Anthreptes malacensis     

286) Red-throated Sunbird                               Anthreptes rhodolaema    

287) Purple-naped Sunbird                              Hypogramma hypogrammicum

288) Olive-backed Sunbird                                Cinnyris jugularis               

289) Black-throated Sunbird                             Aethopyga saturate                            

290) Crimson Sunbird                                       Aethopyga siparaja            

291) Temminck's Sunbird                                 Aethopyga temminckii      

292) Thick-billed Spiderhunter                         Arachnothera crassirostris

293) Spectacled Spiderhunter                          Arachnothera flavigaster   

294) Long-billed Spiderhunter                         Arachnothera robusta       

295) Little Spiderhunter                                     Arachnothera longirostra  

296) Streaked Spiderhunter                              Arachnothera magna        

297) Gray-breasted Spiderhunter                    Arachnothera modesta     

298) Streaky-breasted Spiderhunter               Arachnothera affinis           

299) Yellow-breasted Flowerpecker                Prionochilus maculatus    

300) Yellow-rumped Flowerpecker                 Prionochilus xanthopygius               

301) Yellow-vented Flowerpecker                    Dicaeum chrysorrheum    

302) Orange-bellied Flowerpecker                  Dicaeum trigonostigma    

303) Black-sided Flowerpecker                       Dicaeum monticolum        

304) Fire-breasted Flowerpecker                    Dicaeum ignipectus           

305) Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker                  Dicaeum cruentatum         

306) Black-capped White-eye                           Zosterops atricapillus        

307) Oriental White-eye                                     Zosterops palpebrosus     

308) Everett's White-eye                                    Zosterops everetti               

309) Mountain Black-eye                                   Chlorocharis emiliae         

310) Dark-throated Oriole                                  Oriolus xanthonotus           

311) Black-and-crimson Oriole                        Oriolus cruentus 

312) Asian Fairy-bluebird                                  Irena puella         

313) Large Woodshrike                                     Tephrodornis gularis         

314) Rufous-winged Philentoma                     Philentoma pyrhopterum  

315) Maroon-breasted Philentoma                 Philentoma velatum          

316) Ashy Drongo                                               Dicrurus leucophaeus       

317) Bronzed Drongo                                         Dicrurus aeneus 

318) Hair-crested Drongo                                 Dicrurus hottentottus          

319) Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo                  Dicrurus remifer  

320) Greater Racket-tailed Drongo                 Dicrurus paradiseus          

321) White-breasted Woodswallow                Artamus leucorynchus      

322) Bornean Bristlehead                                 Pityriasis gymnocephala  

323) Crested Jay                                                 Platylophus galericulatus 

324) Green Magpie                                             Cissa chinensis  

325) Short-tailed Magpie                                   Cissa thalassina 

326) Bornean Treepie                                        Dendrocitta cinerascens   

327) House Crow                                                Corvus splendens 

328) Slender-billed Crow                                  Corvus enca        

329) Large-billed Crow                                      Corvus macrorhynchos     

330) Asian Glossy Starling                                Aplonis panayensis              

331) Common Hill Myna                                    Gracula religiosa

332) Jungle Myna                                                Ariidotheres fuscus             

333) Common Myna                                           Acridotheres tristis              

334) Crested Myna                                              Acridotheres cristatellus    

335) Eurasian Tree Sparrow                            Passer montanus               

336) Baya Weaver                                               Ploceus philippinus           

337) Pin-tailed Parrotfinch                                 Erythrura prasina

338) White-rumped Munia                                 Lonchura striata  

339) Dusky Munia                                               Lonchura fuscans               

340) Nutmeg Mannikin                                       Lonchura punctulata          

341) Black-headed Munia                                 Lonchura malacca             

342) White-headed Munia                                 Lonchura maja   




Bornean Black-banded Squirrel

Whitehead’s Squirrel

Plain Pygmy Squirrel

Red Giant Flying Squirrel

Prevost’s Squirrel

Bornean Mountain Ground Squirrel

Mountain Treeshrew

Large Treeshrew

Common Treeshrew

Lesser Mouse Deer

Sambar Deer

Red Muntjac

Bornean Yellow Muntjac

Small-toothed Palm Civet

Common Palm Civet

Banded Palm Civet

Malay Civet

Malay Weasel

Collared Mongoose

Leopard Cat

Slow Loris


Bornean Gibbon

Siamang (Black Gibbon)

White-handed Gibbon

Red Leaf Monkey (Langur)

Banded Leaf Monkey (Langur)

Silvered Leaf Monkey (Langur)

Long-tailed Macaque

Pig-tailed Macaque

Bearded Pig


Small-clawed Oriental Otter

Smooth Otter