|At the view point.|
The far end is the Burmese Border
December 2 2010. I spent two and a half days at Doi Lang. I personally feel that this is the best birding place for my 5 days trip. This place is quite remote thus the habitat here are not disturbed by human activities. There are more species of birds sighted here compared to Doi Ang Khang.
|At the Thai Army Camp.|
On the first day at Doi Lang, I started the day photographing some "tame" birds behind the Thai Army Champ kitchen. Among the species that frequently come here looking for left-overed foods are Red-faced Liocichla, Black-headed Sibia, Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush, Blue-Whistling Thrush and Rufous-gorgetted Flycatcher.
By 10 am, it's time to proceed to the summit view point. Along the way, my guide and I stopped over a few places.
|Whiskered Yuhina at a fruiting tree|
|Getting ready for the White-gorgetted Flycatcher|
|A pair of White-gorgetted Flycatcher came to feed on some worms.|
|Here is a view of Thai and Burmese border|
|Shooting landscape with my 70-200 F4 IS|
|I met a British motor-rider who was embarking a journey from here to Peninsula Malaysia.|
I provided him some tips of places of interesting in Malaysia.
|Lunch was prepared at the back of the Hilux. I like Thai food.|
I spotted a Spectacled Barwing not far away from the army camp.
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