More forest fauna

Elizabeth has produced some more striking photographs of forest fauna. We are awaiting confirmed identification but in the meantime, enjoy the photos!

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About isantraveller

I have been in and around North-East Thailand for more years than I can recall. I now live here permanently. I have travelled in 32 countries on 3 continents (Europe, Asia, Africa) so I am a bit of a traveller.
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2 Responses to More forest fauna

  1. Hi Lawrence
    The small bird is a “scarlet backed sunbird” and the one with the long tail is a “white rumped sharma.” The former I have not seen myself, the latter is a fairly common forest dweller. Often the Sarma will let you get quite close-beautiful birds.

  2. Thanks for the IDs, Mike. I often see the olive backed sunbird in our garden b ut hadn’t realised there was a scarlet one, too.

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