Video by Uthai Cheummarung
The two White-fronted Scops Owls were in their usual roost near the second stream and a little further along the road there was a group of 7 Tickell's Brown Hornbill.
Throughout the morning we saw and heard Orange-breasted Trogon, with at least 10 recorded including a pair which showed down to a few feet right next to the track. We also all enjoyed excellent views of five Silver-breasted Broadbills in bamboo, where there was also a very brief male Pin-tailed Parrotfinch. An excellent selection of species was seen during the rest of the morning including single White-browed Piculet, Greater Yellownape, Common Flameback, Streak-breasted Woodpecker, Great Hornbill, Dollarbird, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, Drongo Cuckoo, 2 Asian Emerald Cuckoo, Emerald Ground Dove, Asian-barred Owlet, 2 Golden-crested Myna, 3 Sultan Tit, 4 Radde's Warbler, 4 Sulphur-breasted Warbler and 4 Ruby-cheeked Sunbird.
Other mammals recorded included amazing views of a group of White-handed Gibbons including a female with a tiny baby swinging between trees over the track and many Dusky Langurs.