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                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Trip Report to Sarawak and Sabah in Borneo and Peninsula Malaysia   by Sue Bryan

March 23rd – April 12th 2019



This trip was proposed by Ann, Andrew and John as they had birded Borneo many years ago and felt that they had missed several ‘difficult to see’ birds as well as some critically endangered birds. They had a target list which I was quite happy to agree to, as I had never been to Borneo before. I would have three knowledgeable birders as companions and friends and I would enjoy the birding in two new countries gaining many world ticks. At Birdfair we approached James Eaton of Birdtour Asia and Ann showed him the target list which the three of them had compiled. As flights would have to route through Kuala Lumpur it was suggested that we add a couple of days on at the end so that we could re-visit Fraser’s Hill and Bukit Tinggi to gain a few more world ticks. We had all been to Fraser’s Hill before and I was delighted as I had enjoyed my last visit so much.


Guides:  SarawakYeo Siew Teck

                Sabah and Malaysia - Wilbur Goh




Mar 23rd    Heathrow - Kuala Lumpur


Mar 24th    Kuala Lumpur - Miri


Mar 25th    Miri - Bakelalan


Mar 26th    Bakelalan


Mar 27th    Bakelalan


Mar 28th    Bakelalan – Paya Maga

Mar 29th    Paya Maga


Mar 30th    Paya Maga – Klias Peat Swamp Reserve - Beaufort 


Mar 31st    Beaufort - Klias Swamp Reserve – Lahad Datu – Rainforest Lodge, Danum Valley


Apr 1st       Rainforest Lodge, Danum Valley


Apr 2nd      Rainforest Lodge, Danum Valley


Apr 3rd      Rainforest Lodge, Danum ValleyMyne Resort, Kinabatangan River


Apr 4th       Myne Resort, Kinabatangan River


Apr 5th       Myne Resort, Kinabatangan River


Apr 6th       Myne Resort, Kinabatangan River –Mount Kinabalu National Park


Apr 7th       Mount Kinabalu National Park


Apr 8th       Mount Kinabalu National Park


Apr 9th       Mount Kinabalu National Park – Kuala Lumpur – Bukit Tinggi


Apr 10th     Bukit Tinggi – Fraser’s Hill


Apr 11th     Fraser’s Hill


Apr 12th     Fraser’s Hill – Kuala Lumpur – Heathrow


April 13th   Heathrow




International return flights to Kuala Lumpur with Air Malaysia £582. Flight to Miri with Air Malaysia £139. Other internal flights Miri to Lawas, Lawas to Bakelalan, Kota Kinabalu to Lahad Datu, Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Lumpur were included in the tour price.


Tour cost £4760 each



I used an ATM at Miri airport to exchange about £50 to Malaysian Ringgits for a few biscuits in shops etc. As Borneo/Malaysia is a Muslim country, alcohol was unavailable at the majority of places that we stayed.


General Information


Borneo island is made up of three countries which are Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak), Brunei (Sultanate) and Indonesia (Kalimantan). It is the third largest island in the world. No visa was necessary for our trip.




As Borneo is positioned in the tropics on the equator, the weather is hot and humid for most of the year, with average temperatures of 27°C to 32°C and relative humidity of 80%. Borneo has two distinct seasons: a wet and dry season, The dry season runs from March to September.



Borneo has a diverse range of habitats. Tropical rainforests, mangroves swamp forests, peat swamp forests, montane forests, heath forests and dipterocarp forests which leads to a wonderful range of wildlife. Sadly much of the lowland forest has been removed to plant palm oil trees and plantations are now increasingly creeping up the slopes of higher altitudes as the world demand for palm oil increases.


Daily Log


23rd March


Ann, Andrew, John and I caught an overnight flight to Kuala Lumpur.


24th March


Ann, Andrew, John and I flew from Kuala Lumpur to Miri in Sarawak where we stayed in a hotel overnight after meeting up with our guide Yeo.


25th March

                                     Palm Oil Plantations                                  

                                    Lawas Airport

Along with Yeo, Ann, Andrew, John and I flew from Miri to Lawas. Here we had a brief stop enabling us to start our lists off with Striated Grassbird, Cattle Egret and Plume-toed Swift at the airport.

               Ann John Andrew arriving at Bakelalan                                                 


It was good to stretch our legs before boarding our small plane again to continue our flight to Bakelalan. Here we changed into birding gear and our luggage was whisked away on motorbikes to a homestay. We climbed aboard two 4x4s for birding along the Bario road in Bakelalan. Ochraceous Bulbul, Asian Brown Flycatcher, Ashy Drongo were soon added to the list as an endemic Mountain Serpent Eagle flew overhead.

Asian Brown Flycatcher

            Andrew Ann Sue   (photo courtesy of J.Geeson)        

                    The wait for the pittas (photo courtesy of J.Geeson)

It was good to be back to some serious birding in a hot climate where I knew I would be adding some life ticks with knowledgeable birding friends who enjoy world birding as much as I do. We were soon adding Rufous-tailed Tailorbird, the endemic Bornean Barbet and  Mountain Barbet. Photography was challenging as many of the birds were so high in the trees and I soon developed the well known birders neck-ache!


A Blyth’s Hawk-Eagle drifted overhead as we watched Yellow-vented Bulbul. Yeo soon called us all together and we began the wait for one of the pittas that I was keen to see. We could hear it calling and we were soon all in position for the wait. Asian forests all contain leeches and sitting down can be an interesting experience with one eye kept on the likely spot for the pitta and one eye kept on the leeches keen to suck your blood! Luckily the wait was not for too long as a Bornean Banded Pitta hopped along a log giving good views for us all but too dark for photography for fear of disturbing it.


We returned to Bakelalan and walked the final stretch through the village to our homestay where we had lunch and sorted ourselves out. We added Oriental Magpie Robin, Little Egret, Pacific Swallow, Cinereous Bulbul and Tree Sparrow on our walk back. Unfortunately a tropical rainstorm put paid to any birding in the afternoon and we had a fruitless trip in the evening for a frogmouth.


26th March


We were up for 4am for another attempt at the frogmouth in the dark but sadly it did not appear. We drove back up the Bario road where birds were appearing too fast for me to see the bird, take photos and keep note of what we were all seeing. We started with a group of birds that were flying over trees in the distance and were surprised to see that they were Malaysian-eared Nightjar. I added Chestnut-hooded Laughingthrush to my life-list as well as Gold-whiskered Barbet. Hair-crested Drongo, Cinnamon Bittern, Spotted Dove, Mountain Imperial Dove, Ruddy Cuckoo Dove, Cream-vented Bulbul and Wreathed Hornbill were all good to see again as well as Asian Fairy Bluebird. More life ticks came in the form of Crested Jay, Bornean Bulbul, Spectacled Bulbul, Charlotte’s Bulbul, Bornean Forktail and Pygmy Whiteye.

                                     Bario Road, Bakelalan                                                  

                                          Gold-whiskered Barbet

Most of the birds were we adding to our lists were world ticks for me and the birding was my type of birding where we could look for ourselves with open vistas in a warm climate knowing that the birds were new for me. I added Blue and White Flycatcher, Golden-naped Barbet, Bornean Treepie, Whitehead’s Broadbill, Bornean Leafbird, Crested Yuhina, Bornean Flowerpecker, Green Broadbill, Crested Partridge and Scaly-crested Bulbul.

                                     Mountain Imperial Pigeon                                                   

                                          Bornean Bulbul

We returned to the Bakelalan Homestay for lunch and resumed birding at 3.30pm adding Chestnut-breasted Malkoha, Maroon-breasted Philentoma, Chestnut-backed Scimitar Babbler and Thick-billed Green Pigeon as well as many other birds. Towards dusk we made our way to the site where once again we failed to see the frogmouth. One of the drivers suggested to our guide another site where he had taken another group a few days before. By now it was dark and I had no camera with me. All of a sudden the rare and very localised Dulit Frogmouth flew in and perched on an open branch. I ran back to our 4x4 and grabbed my camera and managed one quick photo before I had chance to set my camera up properly before the bird flew away.

                                              Mountain Barbet

                                               Dulit Frogmouth

27th March


After adding Oriental Pratincole, White-breasted Woodswallow, Orange-bellied Flowerpecker, White-breasted Waterhen and Red-eyed Bulbul as we walked and drove by the airstrip in Bakelalan, we had an hour’s birding along the Bario Road before walking a trail for a few hours. Along the road birding we watched Banded Woodpecker, Red-bearded Bee-eater, Banded Bay Cuckoo, Large Woodshrike and the beautiful Black and Yellow Broadbill. We also added Bornean Spiderhunter, Crested Serpent Eagle, Grey-throated Babbler and Grey-headed Canary Flycatcher.

                                   Red-bearded Bee-eater                                     

                          Black and Yellow Broadbill

After watching a Sunda Cuckooshrike, we walked along a trail we heard an Orange-breasted Trogon, a bird I was particularly keen to see as I have worn a pin badge of one on my RSPB jacket for several years now and I really wanted to see it, as trogons are one of my favourite families of birds. It took some time before I saw it as it kept disappearing before I could lay my eyes on it. After lunch and yet more rain we added Verditer Flycatcher, Yellow-vented Flowerpecker, Malaysian Pied Forktail and Black-crowned Night Heron.


28th March


We left Bakelalan and drove for 4 hours to Long Tuyo. En-route along the Lawas road we saw Pink-necked Pigeon, Asian Emerald Dove, Yellow-bellied Prinia and Black-bellied Malkoha.  We had lunch at Long Toya and left the majority of our luggage in a home-stay here after watching a Brahminy Kite and a Dusky Munia as we unloaded. We had to pack our clothes and requirements for two-night stay in a wooden shed into a small bag. This had to be carried along a 5km trail uphill through jungle. We had lunch and were then taken in our 4x4s along the road and then up a track as far as the vehicles could take us. We had several stops where fallen trees were dealt with, using machetes. Eventually the vehicles could get us no further and in the heat of the day porters helped with carrying of food, water and some of our items for the rest of the trek. It was very wet underfoot and I discovered to my horror that my boots leaked. I had waterproofed them before leaving home. I was not a happy bunny! I sloshed around through the wet vegetation, crossing streams using fallen logs and negotiating small rivers with uncertain log bridges. Thank goodness I had been advised to take a walking pole. It certainly proved useful in places. Leeches were dispensed with as we walked, as several were dropping onto us as we brushed up against vegetation. Birding is all good fun. How our porters managed with the huge weight of our supplies on their backs, goodness knows!

                  The road to Paya Maga, Bakelalan                             

                                       Black-bellied Malkoha

                           Clearing the track                                    

                          Sue walking the last 5km to Paya Maga

                                 Our helpful porters                             

                                   Paya Maga accommodation 

Bed for two nights with en-suite washing facilities!                   

                                                      Ashy Drongo

It started to rain and we were all soon soaked. The going underfoot soon became a quagmire in places and I was concerned for my camera which John kindly carried for me underneath his cape.


We arrived hot, wet and sticky but were soon delighted as one of our target species was waiting for us as we arrived, sitting at the top of the trail. However the Black Oriole did not sit long enough for a photograph but we were all delighted to see this near-threatened bird. At this point we had no idea how difficult the other target species were going to be! Fluffy-backed Tit Babbler was also added to my life list before we settled in to the rigors of the next two days.


After dark we donned our now very-wet leech socks once again and stuck on our wet walking boots. We walked along a short track with our torches and waited. The frogmouth won again as we did not see it. We were all grateful to collapse into our sleeping bags on the mattresses we were provided with.

John Andrew Sue and Ann at Paya Maga

29th March


We were up before dawn to look for the frogmouth once again. The bird was still not keen to reveal itself as I sloshed around in my wet boots.


The trail uphill was more or less a stream which made my soaking boots very unpleasant to walk in as we left the accommodation in search of our target species. I was glad of my walking pole as we kept together so that we did not miss any sighting, as we filed uphill along the narrow track. I added Olive-backed Woodpecker before we entered a spot a few hours after our departure where Yeo knew our quarry might be. We had failed at the first site but he was determined with a bit of effort and quiet we just might spot it. We are all experienced birders and able to get onto a bird quite quickly given a fair chance. All of a sudden a bird flew in and landed briefly before darting off again. However sometimes with John being so tall and Ann and I being much shorter we are often challenged with vegetation in the wrong position. It was to be several minutes before we all saw the bird to our satisfaction of being able to tick it! Hose’s Broadbill was now firmly on our lists much to everyone’s delight. I knew today would be difficult underfoot and needing a walking pole and so I had reluctantly left my camera behind so there will be no photos today!


A Spotted Fantail flew out onto the trackway before we watched a Hairy-backed Bulbul, White-bellied Erpornis and Yellow-rumped Flowerpecker. We walked a trail for Scarlet-rumped Trogon where we saw two individuals as well as a Temminck’s Sunbird as we made our way back down the trail for lunch.


We were all shattered by the morning’s excursion and had a small revolt after lunch as none of us wanted to go birding in the afternoon, as being the age we all were, all in need of some sleep and rest! I sat in the hut and watched the skies whilst others slept and added Rhinoceros Hornbill and Whiskered Treeswift to my list. After our evening meal we had all recovered and in the dark we walked the trail again in search of our elusive frogmouth, dipping yet again Grrrrr....


30th March


Once again we were up before dawn in search of the frogmouth without success. Our guide was not the sort to give up and he missed breakfast to keep trying for us. We enjoyed our breakfast without him and he asked us to try once more after we had finished eating as he thought he could hear the frogmouth calling. Once more we entered the trail without too much expectation. We spread out and looked. I looked up at what I thought was a dead leaf but could not make my mind up if it was tail feathers or not. I deliberated over whether to call it or not, as I was not keen to make a fool of myself! I decided to call the others over but they could not see it through the very narrow window I was looking through and I knew I couldn’t risk taking my binoculars down from my eyes looking through the thick vegetation that the possible tail was in. Fortunately I managed to get one of the others onto it and Yeo got onto it by stepping a few feet away from me where he had a better view. The Bornean Frogmouth was eventually on all our lists. Result!

                           Bornean Frogmouth                                                            

                                      Whiskered Treeswift

A Whiskered Treeswift bade us goodbye as we left the hut. Our porters loaded everything back up and we made our way back downhill along the 5km trail. It was hot and sticky and still very wet underfoot in places. I added several more lifers to my list as well as a few trip ticks. We saw Plain Sunbird, Silver-rumped Needletail, Dark-necked Tailorbird, Finsch’s Bulbul and Greater Coucal before we met the 4x4s waiting for us at the bottom of the hill. Our porters must have been glad to offload their backpacks.

                                        Dark-necked Tailorbird                 

Loading up to leave Long Tuyo (photo courtesy of J.Geeson)

We were driven back to Long Tuyo to have lunch and to collect our luggage from the homestay. We motored on for the next few hours to Lawas where we said goodbye and thanked to Yeo who had been an excellent guide and met up with Wilbur who was to be our guide in Sabah and Peninsula Malaysia for the rest of the trip.


We swopped over vehicles at a hotel, loaded up our luggage and drove the hour’s journey to the Klias Peat Swamp Reserve where we added several more specialised lifers for me. Red-naped Trogon, Hook-billed Bulbul, Black-naped Monarch and the difficult to see Scarlet-breasted Flowerpecker was added as well as Buff-rumped Woodpecker and Edible-nest Swiftlet. After dark we saw Reddish Scops Owl.

                         Andrew Ann Sue Wilbur                             

                                  Scarlet-breasted Flowerpecker

We spent the night in Beaufort.


31st March


We drove back to the Klias Peat Swamp Reserve where we added Black Hornbill, Chestnut-rumped babbler, Chestnut-winged Babbler, Long-tailed Parakeet and Blue-crowned Hanging Parrot but not the babbler that Ann and Andrew were hoping for.


After breakfast we boarded the vehicle once again and drove towards Kota Kinabalu. En-route near Beaufort we stopped and added Great White Egret, Wandering Whistling Duck, Black-winged Stilt, Wood Sandpiper, Purple Swamphen and Moorhen on some roadside pools. On the coastline we added Terek Sandpiper, Turnstone, Grey Plover Greater Sandplover and Pacific Golden Plover. We drove to the airport at Kota Kinabalu where we caught a flight to Lahad Datu in Sabah.

                           Sue and John at Kota Kinabalu                  

             Communities in the sea near Kota Kinabalu

                                                Mount Kinabalu                                                     

                       John Sue Andrew Ann at Lahad Datu

We cleared customs and were met at the airport by a minibus belonging to The Rainforest Lodge at Danum Valley. We were driven for several hours along a track leading through primary forest where we added Common Hill Myna, Slender-billed Crow, Chestnut Munia, White-crowned Sharma, Green Imperial Pigeon, Lesser Green Leafbird, Plaintive Cuckoo and Bat Hawk. I was pleased with the number of lifers I was seeing and was already halfway to the number that I expected to see!

Our deluxe cabin at Rainforest Lodge
at Danum Valley

Our cabin Spa

Balcony Restaurant

We unloaded our luggage and were delighted to find ourselves in a deluxe cabin with our own balcony spa...a bit of a contrast to Paya Maga!


After our evenng meal we went for a night drive where we saw Bornean Colugo, a flying lemur as well as a Lesser Mouse Deer.


1st April


I woke up with a terrible migraine and began to wonder if I was not going to be able to go out today. After taking some medication I could just about function but could not carry anything as I was struggling to keep my balance and focus my eyes. John said he would carry my supplies as it was as much as I could do to even carry my binoculars around my neck let alone look through them. I did not want to miss the key species of this wonderful reserve. We walked some trails and I was soon adding more lifers. Red-billed Malkoha, Bornean Crested Fireback, Rufous-winged Philentoma, White-fronted Falconet, Banded Broadbill, Great Slaty Woodpecker, White-crowned Forktail and Bornean Brown Barbet were all seen before the excitement of stopping to watch a Chestnut-necklaced Partridge on one side of the road and then realising that a Black-crowned Pitta was showing on the other side of the road! What a shame that I had no camera!


                       Andrew Sue Ann RFL guide Wilbur 

                          (photo courtesy of J. Geeson)                                 

                       Ann Andrew and Sue

               (photo courtesy of J. Geeson)

We continued down the track adding Dark-sided Flycatcher, Mugimaki Flycatcher and Indian Cuckoo. A Rufous-bellied Hawk Eagle flew over but we could hear a Great Argus calling its amazing ‘Oh Wow’ call from somewhere deep in the forest. This was a bird that John so wanted to see and his excitement levels were already almost uncontrollable. We had a guide from the lodge with us as well as Wilbur and the guide thought that he would be able to find a trail path near to where the Great Argus was calling from. Stealthily we made our way along the trail with the ‘Oh Wow’ getting louder as we crept along. We could sense the bird nearby but the thickness of the vegetation meant we could not see it. John thought he could see a few feathers and I could see some moving spots. It had obviously stopped and so had we, as we desperately tried to find a gap in the vegetation to see it. Wilbur instructed us to stand still as he was convinced it would cross over the path. We waited with baited breath and little by little with a step at a time the Great Argus did just that and we all had stunning views. John could not contain himself as one of his most wanted birds was now on his list and on ours!


A little further along the path we stopped to admire our first Orang Utans. I could only use my iphone for taking pictures as I led on my back on the ground to watch them until Wilbur lent me his camera. I risked the leeches but was disappointed by the results from my iphone but was delighted that I had seen some. We continued on our way adding Maroon Woodpecker when all of a sudden a pitta hopped along the path in front of me. It was a female Blue-headed Pitta. It was not keen to show itself to the others and did an amazing disappearing act behind a log.

Sue risking the leeches to see an Orang Utan     

                                Great Argus (photo courtesy of J. Geeson)

We returned for lunch and I tried to sleep as I was still feeling very poorly. I slept to 3.30pm and joined the others for a short walk. Another guide had found two more Orang Utans and so we diverted to see them before walking along trails that produced Rufous-tailed Sharma, Blue-throated Bee-eater and a Bornean Blue Flycatcher. We returned to the lodge and in the evening found a wonderful golden-coloured Longhorn Beetle (Cerambycidae) glistening on the floor of the restaurant.

Orang Utan

                                   Danum Valley                             

Longhorn Beetle (Cerambycidae).
2nd April

Another wonderful day’s birding was in store for us with birds everywhere. The weather could not have been better. As we started our walk a Chestnut-naped Forktail flitted out on the track ahead of us whilst a Wreathed Hornbill flew over our heads. A Mountain Serpent Eagle soon followed as did a Crested Honey Buzzard.


                                                       Wreathed Hornbill                                                 

                                  Mountain Serpent Eagle                                                 

                                             Crested Honey Buzzard

Along the track as we walked we added several more lifers for me including Grey-cheeked Bulbul and  Bushy-crested Hornbill as well as a few more trip ticks including Bronzed Drongo and Greater Racket-tailed Drongo. We decided to walk another trail where a few more lifers gave us fun before we saw them well in the shape of Bornean Bristlehead and Moustached Hawk Cuckoo. Through the trees we could hear hornbills calling and I was lucky enough to be in the right position to see through a gap to see Helmeted Hornbill. As we returned to the lodge for lunch we added Oriental Honey Buzzard and Black Magpie.

Blue-throated Bee-eater

I took my camera with me for lunch with Ann and Andrew and took photos of a Blue-throated Bee-eater that was catching insects from a nearby tree from the verandah. Bliss!


We walked more trails in the afternoon and I had good views of a male Blue-headed Pitta and a brief view of a female Great Argus as it scuttled up the trail in front of us.


The evening was spent on a night drive where we saw a roosting Black-crowned Pitta and a Thomas’s Flying Squirrel.

3rd April

Sue and Wilbur enjoying some relaxation

As the others had missed the Blue-headed Pitta yesterday, we split up and John, Wilbur and I were taken 4km up the track and walked back to the lodge, birding as we went. The birding was excellent once again and I added several more lifers. My first was a Black-throated Wren Babbler followed by a Narcissus Flycatcher. Rufous Piculet, Lesser Cuckooshrike and Bold Striped Tit Babblers were also lifers. It was going well as we added Black-winged Flycatcher Shrike, Green Iora and Velvet-fronted Nuthatch to the trip list as well as Slaty-crowned Babbler, Pale-blue Flycatcher, Rufous-crowned Babbler and Dark-throated Oriole too. More lifers were added as a Grey-headed Babbler lurked in the vegetation before a Wallace’s Hawk Eagle flew overhead.

We returned back to the lodge and were asked to pack our belongings ready for departure after lunch. We met in the restaurant to heightened activity amongst the staff who were quite clearly very busy and had areas cordoned off. We asked what was going on to be told that Dame Judi Dench was just about to arrive. We heard a helicopter arriving and she was escorted up to where we were sat in the restaurant. She was apparently there to do some filming for the BBC.

                          Dame Judi Dench

                       Dame Judi Dench

After lunch we were driven back to Lahad Datu where we changed vehicles and drove to Gomantong Caves. As the others had been before only Wilbur and I walked to the caves along a boardwalk. I was warned not to hold the handrail as it would be covered in droppings and warned about the smell. Wilbur and I walked all the way around inside the cave as Wilbur explained the difference in the nests and how the locals harvested the nests by climbing the ropes hanging from the ceiling and then how they would be offered for sale and consumption! The smell was overpowering!

                              Gomantong Caves

Gomantong Caves

           Bats in Gomantong Cave            

         Ropes used to climb to the nests                     

                        Swiftlet nests

We left in the dark and continued our journey to the Myne Resort on the Kinabatangan River where there was a Buffy Fish Owl sitting in the car park!


4th April


We stayed at the Myne Resort on the Kinabatangan River so that we could have several days of sitting in a boat admiring the birds along the river. We added many common birds that I have seen before but Blue-Eared Kingfisher was new for me as was Malaysian Blue Flycatcher. The morning’s boat ride was a bit disappointing but the afternoon boat ride made up for it as we saw 7 different species of hornbill including Wrinkled Hornbill which was a lifer for me. Storm’s Stork was also a lifer. We stopped by the bank to admire a pair of Hooded Pittas but the vegetation prevented any attempt of a photograph.


                                          Kinabatangan River                                               

                                        Stork-billed Kingfisher

                                            Oriental Pied Hornbill                                                           

                                             Wrinkled Hornbill

                                Collared Kingfisher                                                

                                             Rhinoceros Hornbills

                                        White-crowned Hornbill                                     

                                 Changeable Hawk Eagle

We had another boat ride on the river in the dark but failed to see the Oriental Bay Owl we had as a target.

                              Myne Resort Kinabatangan

The cabins at Myne Resort Kinabatangan

5th April


We were up before dawn and after breakfast we had another boat ride followed by another boat ride after lunch. With the weather being hot and sunny it was a lovely way to spend a day’s birding relaxing and admiring the birds as we boated down the river and into some of the channels.


New birds added to the trip list included Black and Red Broadbill, White-bellied Sea Eagle, Crested Goshawk. Jerdon’s Baza, a life tick, White-chested Babbler, Asian Drongo Cuckoo and White-bellied Woodpecker another lifer.


I enjoyed the challenge of photography from a moving boat, especially some of the species of monkeys which were always on the move!

                                                      Jerdon’s Baza                                                     

                                                  Proboscis Monkey 

                                       White-chested Babbler                                                      

                                            Blue-eared Kingfisher

                   Crested Serpent Eagle                                                 

                                                 Storm’s Stork

                                        Black-and-Red Broadbill                           

A small channel of the Kinabatangan River
Red-Leaf Monkey                                          

                                        White-bellied Sea Eagle

                               Green-Imperial Pigeon


Buffy Fish Owl


John and I declined an evening boat ride and took photos of the Buffy Fish Owl visiting the car park area of the Myne Resort instead

6th April


We had another early morning boat ride. However due to another boat being in the channel ahead of us by about 5 minutes, they unfortunately flushed the ground cuckoo away from the bank edge and we failed to see it. We only added Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher to our trip list. However I managed a few more photographs and we had very close views of a White-bellied Sea Eagle.

                                          Oriental Darter                                                                  

                                     Crested Goshawk

                                Malaysian Blue Flycatcher                                                     

Long-tailed Macaque

Black Hornbill


After lunch we packed our bags and drove the 5 hour journey to the Kinabalu Pine Resort where we had stunning views of Mount Kinabalu emerging from the clouds from the balcony of our chalet.

7th April

Sue at Mount Kinabalu Park (photo courtesy of J.Geeson)

We were up before dawn to be up at Kinabalu Park to be in position in the dark to try and see Mountain Scops Owl. Although we heard the bird and John and Andrew saw it, I only had such a brief drop-down view that I could not possibly tick what I saw.


I was looking forward to today because being at altitude I was assured of some new ticks and in fact nearly every bird that I saw today was a lifer.


The day started with us walking trails and then driving to the top of the road to the entrance where the trail to the top of the mountain starts for those brave enough to attempt it.


I added Red-breasted Partridge, Yellow-breasted Warbler, Bornean Whistler, Snowy-browed Flycatcher, Bornean Stubtail, and Mountain Leaf Warbler and another partridge which I felt was our target bird but could not get the others onto it before it scuttled away. We entered another trail. We had not all seen our target bird and we were nearly back to the road when I thought I saw a coconut on the trail. I suddenly realised what I was looking at. I alerted the others to look at the trail ahead. It was our much-sought after Crimson-headed Partridge. Result!


We continued back down to the road watching Grey-chinned Minivet, Indigo Flycatcher and Black-capped White-eye before we reached the restaurant where a much needed food and drink stop was necessary. It had a delightful balcony where we could watch the birds in their activities and I added Little Pied Flycatcher to the list.


            Sue at Mount Kinabalu Park (photo courtesy of J.Geeson)

Indigo Flycatcher

Rafflesia (keithii)

Whilst the tour was being planned John had asked Birdtour Asia to investigate the possibility of the guide locating a Rafflesia. Rafflesias are parasitic plants that live in the roots and stems of a host plant. They are noted for producing the largest individual flower on Earth and have an unpleasant smell of decaying flesh to attract pollinators. Being a botanist it was a plant/flower that he had always wanted to see. Wilbur gave us all the option of seeing one that he knew of, as they only flower for a few days and he had done his research as to where we could find one.

After lunch we drove for an hour to Poring Springs and walked a trail where local people had found one and were charging a small entrance fee to see it. John was delighted and the rest of us intrigued at the flower measuring two feet across. It had been protected under dark netting to preserve it a bit longer and we needed a torch or a flash to photograph it.


We returned to the Mount Kinabalu Park but were soon up in the clouds and rain prevented any further birding for the day.

8th April

Mountain Blackeye

Once again we were up before dawn and in position on the mountainside for the Mountain Scops Owl. Once again we dipped it, not even hearing it this morning. It was beginning to bring memories of how hard we had had to work for the frogmouths!


We still had another target bird that we had failed on yesterday. We entered a trail but today luck was on our side as we all had brilliant views of an Everett’s Thrush. Conditions were just against any photography for me in the dark with thick vegetation cover and the terrain beneath our feet was difficult to negotiate!

We returned to the road and were driven to the top of the road again where we walked the 4km back down to the restaurant for an 11am lunch. Once again nearly every bird I saw was a world tick so I was delighted as I saw Sunda Laughingthrush, Dark Hawk Cuckoo, Sunda Bush Warbler, Bornean Green Magpie, Mountain Blackeye, Bornean Shortwing, Pygmy Flycatcher, Eye-browed Jungle Flycatcher, Temminck’s Babbler added to my world list as well as adding White-throated Fantail and Mountain Tailorbird to the trip list. The birding was excellent and we were also seeing several mammals that delighted us all too. Wilbur was an excellent guide and we enjoyed his humour and his patience of putting up with all our demands!

                                        Mountain Leaf Warbler

                    Black-sided Flowerpecker

                                     Chestnut-crested Yuhina


Andrew Ann Sue and John tucking in to some             

much-needed refreshment.

                    Temminck’s Sunbird kept us entertained as we ate

We birded again down the road in the early afternoon as I was keen to see the trogon but despite our best efforts we could not find it. We admired the study being done on the Indigo Flycatchers and found several ringed birds and talked to the scientist studying them. Rain stopped play once again and we returned to the Pine Resort to catch up on notes and photographs.


9th April


Once again we were up before dawn for what now seemed like a familiar vigil for the Mountain Scops Owl and once again despite hearing it we failed yet again to see it. Grrr...

Bornean Whistler
Sunda Cuckooshrike             


A Sunda Cuckooshrike gave us a hard time as we all tried to see it but it kept hopping away in the tree before we could all tick it.  Wilbur heard a Fruithunter, a bird that I was keen to see. I spotted it eventually and managed to get the others on to it and even managed a photograph with a bit of patience!



                    John and Sue at Mount Kinabalu

                                                   Mount Kinabalu Park

                                 Large Frogmouth                                                                   

                                      Foggy Plane!                                                                  

We said goodbye to Mount Kinabalu and dove to Kota Kinabalu airport where we caught our Air Asia flight to Kuala Lumpur. However we had some concerns as we boarded the aircraft as it had fogged up inside and we could barely see our way to our seats. However we lived to tell the tale and arrived at Kuala Lumpur safely.


Wilbur drove us to a Pizza restaurant where we met up with James Eaton who had arranged our tour. It was good to see him as we listened to his exploits. After adding House Crow to our trip list we waited until it was dark and drive to a park where we saw a Large Frogmouth. At least this one didn’t take too much effort to see! We continued to Bukit Tinggi where we stayed in a flat for the night.

10th April


We left the flat at Bukit Tinggi at 6am and drove to the Japanese gardens. Here we sat on logs and waited at a feeding station in the jungle of vegetation for our target species. We were entertained at first by some familiar species of Oriental Magpie-robin, White-crowned Sharma, Scaly-breasted Munia, Purple-naped Sunbird and Black Laughing Thrush (Scimitar Babbler). A Tiger Shrike appeared before our first target arrived. We had excellent views of Ferruginous Partridge before a female Mountain Peacock Pheasant arrived complete with a chick. Bingo!  Later on we also saw two young male Mountain Peacock Pheasants.


                                           Tiger Shrike                                                          

                                       Ferruginous Partridge

                                       Mountain Peacock Pheasant

                                       Mountain Peacock Pheasant

 Rail Babbler

(photo courtesy of Cheong Weng Chun)

James Eaton came to join us and we sat admiring not only the Mountain Peacock Pheasants as they ate the mealworms that Wilbur had provided but we were entertained mostly by the Oriental Magpie-robin and the White-crowned Sharma devouring the free breakfast on offer. A Pin-striped Tit Babbler, Yellow-crowned Barbet and Pacific Swift were new for the trip list.


We were on our way towards the vehicles when both guides stopped as they had heard a Rail Babbler calling below us on the thick steep vegetated slope. My attention was there immediately as this was another bird that I dearly wanted to see. All eyes were now focused to where James and Wilbur were now concentrating their efforts. I followed their instructions and saw a Rail Babbler run across a small gap in the vegetation. I was very excited and could not believe my luck as I tried desperately to get the others on to it. After several anxious minutes we all managed to see the bird. James let other friends know about the site and a friend of his and Wilbur’s have kindly allowed me to use a photo that one of them took of the bird a few days later.


After the euphoria of the last couple of hours’ birding had calmed down with some of Malaysia’s most sought-after birds now on our lists we continued down a steep hill to another car park where we added Stripe-throated Bulbul, Orange-bellied Leafbird, Grey-rumped Treeswift, Hume’s White-eye, Silver-breasted Broadbill, Malayan Brown Barbet, White-rumped Sharma and Brown Shrike to the trip list.


It was now very hot and we were need of ice-creams to celebrate our successful morning. Spirits were high as several Pin-tailed Parrotfinches flew by us calling as they went as we devoured our ice-creams.

                       Red-billed Malkoha                                                  

                        Silver-breasted Broadbill

We bundled ourselves back into Wilbur’s car, bid James farewell and drove to Stephen’s Place at Fraser’s hill on the telegraph loop.


When the tour was being organised we had been offered an extra night at Fraser’s Hill to have an extra day’s birding there. We had all birded Fraser’s Hill before on different trips and knew it to be an excellent destination for birding. I had stayed for 9 days in 2010 as part of my round the world trip and had enjoyed it very much so it was an easy decision to accept the offer. I had done well in 2010 here but had missed some key species, as we all had. However because back in 2010 I had had no car, I had missed the Telegraph Loop which is excellent for birding, so it was fantastic to discover that Stephen’s Place was located on the Telegraph Loop road. It could not have been better.


We stopped down at The Gap to take photos and to breathe in our surroundings of such a joyous place of birds and wildlife. The memories came flooding back for all of us as we looked forward to the next two days.

                             Sue at The Gap                              

             John and Sue at the clock Fraser’s Hill

                                   Sue at The Puncak Inn                                                       

                                            Malayan Partridge

We arrived and unpacked at Stephen’s Place and listened to his tales of being a wildlife camera man all his life. He had some amazing wildlife photos on the walls of the lounge and dining room. His garden was alive with birds but we were soon on our way to the spot where I remembered seeing Malayan Whistling Thrush nine years ago. Sure enough a Malayan Whistling Thrush hopped out at the same spot! Wilbur then took us to a spot where he hoped we would see Malayan Partridge. He scattered some mealworms and we sat and waited. We watched Chestnut-capped Laughingthrush, Silver-eared Mesia, Long-tailed Sibia, Mountain Fulvetta and Blue Minla. Soon several Malayan Partridge came out to feed and I added another lifer to my list.


We made our way back to Stephen’s Place and went for a short walk on the Telegraph Loop Road. Here I added Slaty-backed Forktail, Rufous-browed Flycatcher, Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo, Black and Crimson Oriole, Long-tailed Broadbill, Red-headed Trogon and Black-throated Sunbird to the trip list. It was good to be back at Fraser’s Hill. In the evening once it had got dark Ann, Andrew Wilbur and I tried again for Mountain Scops Owl. We heard it calling and failed to see it once again. It was getting personal now!!!


11th April


Wilbur drove us down to The Gap, where once we had seen Bamboo Woodpecker, one of our target species and a life tick for all of us, we walked 2km back up the old road and back down again. We added Blue-winged Leafbird, Blue Nuthatch and Black-browed Barbet to our trip list and Rufous-bellied Swallow to my life list.


                                      Black-browed Barbet

                                    Gold-whiskered Barbet

                                            Bronzed Drongo                                                           
Oriental Magpie-robin

                                        Red-headed Trogon                                                                  



Sue at the start of The Bishop Trail

Ann and Andrew decided to rest in the afternoon and so it was only John, Wilbur and I that set off along the famous Bishop Trail. We struck lucky when we heard a Marbled Wren Babbler calling. As it was another lifer and a difficult to see bird, I was delighted. We also added Fire-tufted Barbet, Common Green Magpie and Pygmy Cupwing.


After our evening meal Ann, Andrew and I (now shattered) once again set off with Wilbur for yet another vigil for Mountain Scops Owl. We could hear it again but where was it??? It was pitch-dark except for the street lights but Wilbur was convinced that it had flown closer and was now down the Bishop Trail (not ideal in the pitch-dark as it is a steep trail in places. He bravely set off and would wiggle his torch if he wanted us to follow him. Within a minute he was wiggling his torch. I set off like a mountain goat as quietly as I could (We had already missed one bird at Kinabalu) and there right in front of us was a Mountain Scops Owl...............a few swear words were issued under my breath. The hours that we had spent trying to see one were now all behind us as we celebrated!


12th April


After saying farewell to Stephen and thanking him for our stay, we drove down to The Gap. I was sad to leave Fraser’s Hill as I had enjoyed birding here. Down at The Gap we walked down the hill and added Orange-backed Woodpecker, Black-crested Bulbul, Amur Paradise Flycatcher, Crimson-winged Woodpecker before Wilbur mentioned a Hill Blue Flycatcher that he had seen. I realised that I needed this as a lifer and so we walked back up the hill to try and re-find it. Luckily it hadn’t gone far!




                       Malaysian Hawk-Cuckoo

It was time to turn around and we added Grey and Buff Woodpecker and Fire-breasted Flowerpecker before we got back to the car.


We drove to Kuala Lumpur where we had lunch in a Chinese Restaurant before driving to the Green River Resort area at Perdik where we added Zebra Dove, and my last lifer of the trip Malaysian Hawk Cuckoo.


It was soon time to head to the airport and after a quick shower in a motorway rest area, Wilbur dropped us off at the airport. We thanked him for his efforts and John and I are looking forward to his guiding once again in a few weeks time. Wilbur and Yeo had both been excellent guides and we had all enjoyed our Bornean and Malaysian adventures. Thanks must also go to James Eaton of Birdtour Asia for the excellent arrangements.


We flew to Heathrow on an overnight flight arriving on 13th April.

Species List


Bird List


  1. Wandering Whistling Duck     Dendrocygna arcuata 31/03/19         Beaufort          Sabah
  2. Malaysian Partridge   Arborophila campbelli            10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  3. Red-breasted Partridge          Arborophila hyperythra          07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  4. Chestnut-necklaced Partridge  Arborophila charltonii 01/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley Sabah
  5. Ferruginous Partridge             Caloperdix oculeus     10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  6. Crimson-headed Partridge     Haematortyx sanguiniceps     07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  7. Crested Partridge       Rollulus rouloul           26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  8. Crested Fireback         Lophura ignita 01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  9. Mountain Peacock-pheasant  Polyplectron inopinatum 10/04/19 Bukit Tinggi        Malaysia
  10. Great Argus     Argusianus argus        01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  11. Storm's Stork   Ciconia stormi 04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  12. Lesser Adjutant           Leptoptilos javanicus  04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  13. Cinnamon Bittern       Ixobrychus cinnamomeus       26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  14. Black-crowned Night Heron   Nycticorax nycticorax 27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  15. Striated Heron            Butorides striata         04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  16. Eastern Cattle Egret   Bubulcus coromandus 30/03/19         Lawas  Sarawak
  17. Purple Heron   Ardea purpurea          04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  18. Great Egret     Ardea alba      31/03/19         Beaufort          Sabah
  19. Intermediate Egret     Ardea intermedia       26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  20. Little Egret      Egretta garzetta          25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  21. Oriental Darter           Anhinga melanogaster           04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  22. Crested Honey Buzzard           Pernis ptilorhynchus   02/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley Sabah
  23. Jerdon's Baza Aviceda jerdoni           05/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  24. Crested Serpent Eagle            Spilornis cheela           27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  25. Mountain Serpent Eagle         Spilornis kinabaluensis            25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  26. Bat Hawk         Macheiramphus alcinus         31/03/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  27. Blyth's Hawk-eagle     Nisaetus alboniger      25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  28. Wallace's Hawk-eagle            Nisaetus nanus            03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  29. Rufous-bellied Eagle   Lophotriorchis kienerii            01/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley Sabah
  30. Crested Goshawk        Accipiter trivirgatus    05/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  31. Brahminy Kite             Haliastur indus            28/03/19         Long Tuyo        Sarawak
  32. White-bellied Sea Eagle         Haliaeetus leucogaster           05/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  33. White-breasted Waterhen  Amaurornis phoenicurus 27/03/19        Bakelalan        Sarawak
  34. Black-backed Swamphen        Porphyrio indicus        31/03/19         Beaufort          Sabah
  35. Common Moorhen     Gallinula chloropus     31/03/19         Beaufort          Sabah
  36. Black-winged Stilt       Himantopus himantopus         31/03/19         Beaufort          Sabah
  37. Pacific Golden Plover  Pluvialis fulva  31/03/19         Kota Road to Kinabalu            Sabah
  38. Grey Plover     Pluvialis squatarola     31/03/19         Kota Road to Kinabalu            Sabah
  39. Greater Sand Plover   Charadrius leschenaultii         31/03/19         Kota Road to Kinabalu            Sabah
  40. Ruddy Turnstone         Arenaria interpres      31/03/19         Kota Road to Kinabalu            Sabah
  41. Terek Sandpiper          Xenus cinereus            31/03/19         Kota Road to Kinabalu            Sabah
  42. Common Sandpiper    Actitis hypoleucos       04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  43. Wood Sandpiper         Tringa glareola           31/03/19         Beaufort          Sabah
  44. Oriental Pratincole     Glareola maldivarum 27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  45. White-winged Tern     Chlidonias leucopterus           04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  46. Spotted Dove   Spilopelia chinensis     30/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  47. Philippine Cuckoo-dove          Macropygia tenuirostris         26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  48. Little Cuckoo-dove      Macropygia ruficeps   10/04/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  49. Common Emerald Dove  Chalcophaps indica            28/03/19         Lawas Road     Sarawak
  50. Zebra Dove     Geopelia striata          12/04/19         Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia
  51. Pink-necked Green Pigeon      Treron vernans           28/03/19         Lawas Road     Sarawak
  52. Thick-billed Green Pigeon      Treron curvirostra      26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  53. Green Imperial Pigeon           Ducula aenea  31/03/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  54. Mountain Imperial Pigeon      Ducula badia   26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  55. Greater Coucal           Centropus sinensis      30/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  56. Raffles's Malkoha       Rhinortha chlorophaea           26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  57. Red-billed Malkoha    Zanclostomus javanicus          01/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley Sabah
  58. Chestnut-breasted Malkoha  Phaenicophaeus curvirostris    26/03/19 Bakelalan    Sarawak
  59. Black-bellied Malkoha            Phaenicophaeus diardi           28/03/19         Lawas Road     Sarawak
  60. Banded Bay Cuckoo    Cacomantis sonneratii            27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  61. Plaintive Cuckoo         Cacomantis merulinus            31/03/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  62. Square-tailed Drongo-cuckoo             Surniculus lugubris      05/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  63. Moustached Hawk-cuckoo Hierococcyx vagans         02/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley Sabah
  64. Dark Hawk-cuckoo      Hierococcyx bocki       08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  65. Malaysian Hawk-cuckoo         Hierococcyx fugax      12/04/19         Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia
  66. Indian Cuckoo             Cuculus micropterus   01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  67. Sunda Cuckoo  Cuculus lepidus           09/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  68. Reddish Scops Owl      Otus rufescens            30/03/19         Klias Peat Swamp Reserve      Sabah
  69. Mountain Scops Owl   Otus spilocephalus      11/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  70. Buffy Fish Owl             Ketupa ketupu 04/04/19         Myne Resort   Sabah
  71. Large Frogmouth        Batrachostomus auritus          09/04/19         Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia
  72. Dulit Frogmouth  Batrachostomus harterti    26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  73. Bornean Frogmouth    Batrachostomus mixtus          30/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  74. Malaysian Eared Nightjar       Lyncornis temminckii  26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  75. Grey-rumped Treeswift          Hemiprocne longipennis         10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  76. Whiskered Treeswift   Hemiprocne comata   29/03/19         Paya Maya      Sarawak
  77. Plume-toed Swiftlet    Collocalia affinis         25/03/19         Lawas  Sarawak
  78. Mossy-nest Swiftlet     Aerodramus salangana           03/04/19         Gomantong Caves       Sabah
  79. Black-nest Swiftlet      Aerodramus maximus            03/04/19         Gomantong Caves       Sabah
  80. Edible-nest Swiftlet     Aerodramus fuciphagus          03/04/19 Klias Peat Swamp Reserve  Sabah
  81. Silver-rumped Spinetail          Rhaphidura leucopygialis       30/03/19         Paya Maya      Sarawak
  82. Pacific Swift    Apus pacificus 10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  83. Red-naped Trogon      Harpactes kasumba    30/03/19         Klias Peat Swamp Reserve Sabah
  84. Scarlet-rumped Trogon          Harpactes duvaucelii  29/03/19         Paya Maya      Sarawak
  85. Orange-breasted Trogon        Harpactes oreskios     27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  86. Red-headed Trogon    Harpactes erythrocephalus    10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  87. Oriental Dollarbird     Eurystomus orientalis 04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  88. Stork-billed Kingfisher            Pelargopsis capensis   04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  89. Collared Kingfisher     Todiramphus chloris   30/03/19         Beaufort Road Sabah
  90. Blue-eared Kingfisher             Alcedo meninting        04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  91. Common Kingfisher    Alcedo atthis   04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  92. Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher      Ceyx erithaca  06/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  93. Red-bearded Bee-eater          Nyctyornis amictus     27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  94. Blue-throated Bee-eater        Merops viridis 01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  95. White-crowned Hornbill         Berenicornis comatus 04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  96. Rhinoceros Hornbill    Buceros rhinoceros     29/03/19         Paya Maya      Sarawak
  97. Helmeted Hornbill      Rhinoplax vigil            02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  98. Black Hornbill Anthracoceros malayanus      31/03/19         Klias Peat Swamp Reserve Sabah
  99. Bushy-crested Hornbill           Anorrhinus galeritus   02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  100. Wreathed Hornbill      Rhyticeros undulatus  26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  101. Wrinkled Hornbill       Rhabdotorrhinus corrugatus   04/04/19         Kinabatagan River Sabah
  102. Fire-tufted Barbet       Psilopogon pyrolophus            11/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  103. Golden-whiskered Barbet       Psilopogon chrysopogon         26/03/19         Bakelalan Sarawak
  104. Red-throated Barbet   Psilopogon mystacophanos     26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  105. Black-browed Barbet  Psilopogon oorti          11/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  106. Mountain Barbet        Psilopogon monticola 25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  107. Yellow-crowned Barbet          Psilopogon henricii     10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  108. Golden-naped Barbet Psilopogon pulcherrimus        08/04/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  109. Blue-eared Barbet      Psilopogon duvaucelii 26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  110. Bornean Barbet          Psilopogon eximius     25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  111. Brown Barbet Caloramphus fuliginosus        01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  112. Sooty Barbet   Caloramphus hayii      10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  113. Rufous Piculet             Sasia abnormis            03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  114. Grey-and-buff Woodpecker    Hemicircus concretus 12/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  115. White-bellied Woodpecker     Dryocopus javensis     05/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  116. Banded Woodpecker Chrysophlegma miniaceum    12/04/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  117. Crimson-winged Woodpecker            Picus puniceus 12/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  118. Olive-backed Woodpecker     Dinopium rafflesii       29/03/19         Paya Maya      Sarawak
  119. Bamboo Woodpecker             Gecinulus viridis          11/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  120. Maroon Woodpecker  Blythipicus rubiginosus           01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  121. Orange-backed Woodpecker Reinwardtipicus validus          12/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  122. Buff-rumped Woodpecker      Meiglyptes tristis        30/03/19         Klias Peat Swamp Reserve      Sabah
  123. Great Slaty Woodpecker         Mulleripicus pulverulentus 01/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  124. White-fronted Falconet          Microhierax latifrons  01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  125. Long-tailed Parakeet Psittacula longicauda  05/04/19 Klias Peat Swamp Reserve  Sabah
  126. Blue-crowned Hanging Parrot            Loriculus galgulus 31/03/19   Klias Peat Swamp Reserve Sabah
  127. Green Broadbill          Calyptomena viridis    26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  128. Hose's Broadbill          Calyptomena hosii      29/03/19         Paya Maya      Sarawak
  129. Whitehead's Broadbill            Calyptomena whiteheadi        26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  130. Black-and-red Broadbill  Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos     05/04/19 Kinabatagan River  Sabah
  131. Long-tailed Broadbill Psarisomus dalhousiae           10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  132. Silver-breasted Broadbill        Serilophus lunatus       10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  133. Banded Broadbill        Eurylaimus javanicus  01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  134. Black-and-yellow Broadbill     Eurylaimus ochromalus          27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  135. Blue-headed Pitta       Hydrornis baudii         01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  136. Bornean Banded Pitta Hydrornis schwaneri   25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  137. Black-crowned Pitta    Erythropitta ussheri    01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  138. Hooded Pitta   Pitta sordida    04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  139. Black-winged Flycatcher-shrike Hemipus hirundinaceus 03/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley Sabah
  140. Large Woodshrike       Tephrodornis virgatus 03/04/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  141. Rufous-winged Philentoma     Philentoma pyrhoptera           01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  142. Maroon-breasted Philentoma            Philentoma velata       26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  143. Bornean Bristlehead   Pityriasis gymnocephala         02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  144. White-breasted Woodswallow           Artamus leucorynchus            30/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  145. Green Iora       Aegithina viridissima  03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  146. Grey-chinned Minivet             Pericrocotus solaris    07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  147. Scarlet Minivet           Pericrocotus speciosus            10/04/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  148. Sunda Cuckooshrike    Coracina larvata         27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  149. Lesser Cuckooshrike   Lalage fimbriata         03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  150. Bornean Whistler        Pachycephala hypoxantha      07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  151. Tiger Shrike     Lanius tigrinus 10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  152. Brown Shrike   Lanius cristatus           10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  153. White-bellied Erpornis            Erpornis zantholeuca  03/04/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  154. Dark-throated Oriole Oriolus xanthonotus    03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  155. Black Oriole    Oriolus hosii    28/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  156. Black-and-crimson Oriole       Oriolus cruentus         10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  157. Ashy Drongo    Dicrurus leucophaeus 25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  158. Bronzed Drongo          Dicrurus aeneus          02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  159. Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus remifer         10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  160. Hair-crested Drongo   Dicrurus hottentottus  26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  161. Greater Racket-tailed Drongo            Dicrurus paradiseus    02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  162. White-throated Fantail           Rhipidura albicollis     08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  163. Malaysian Pied Fantail           Rhipidura javanica      27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  164. Spotted Fantail            Rhipidura perlata        29/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  165. Black-naped Monarch            Hypothymis azurea     30/03/19         Klias Peat Swamp Reserve      Sabah
  166. Amur Paradise Flycatcher      Terpsiphone incei 12/04/19   The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  167. Crested Jay      Platylophus galericulatus        26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  168. Black Magpie Platysmurus leucopterus        02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  169. Common Green Magpie         Cissa chinensis            11/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  170. Bornean Green Magpie          Cissa jefferyi   08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  171. Bornean Treepie         Dendrocitta cinerascens         07/04/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  172. House Crow     Corvus splendens        09/04/19         Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia
  173. Slender-billed Crow    Corvus enca    31/03/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  174. Rail-babbler    Eupetes macrocerus   10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  175. Grey-headed Canary-flycatcher         Culicicapa ceylonensis            27/03/19 Bakelalan Sarawak
  176. Black-headed Bulbul   Pycnonotus atriceps    26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  177. Black-crested Bulbul   Pycnonotus flaviventris           12/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  178. Bornean Bulbul           Pycnonotus montis      26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  179. Scaly-breasted Bulbul             Pycnonotus squamatus           26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  180. Stripe-throated Bulbul            Pycnonotus finlaysoni 10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  181. Yellow-vented Bulbul Pycnonotus goiavier    25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  182. Cream-vented Bulbul Pycnonotus simplex    26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  183. Asian Red-eyed Bulbul            Pycnonotus brunneus  27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  184. Spectacled Bulbul       Pycnonotus erythropthalmos  26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  185. Finsch's Bulbul            Alophoixus finschii      30/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  186. Ochraceous Bulbul      Alophoixus ochraceus 25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  187. Grey-cheeked Bulbul Alophoixus bres           02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  188. Hook-billed Bulbul      Setornis criniger         30/03/19         Klias Peat Swamp Reserve Sabah
  189. Hairy-backed Bulbul   Tricholestes criniger   29/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  190. Buff-vented Bulbul      Iole crypta       10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  191. Charlotte's Bulbul       Iole charlottae            26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  192. Streaked Bulbul           Ixos malaccensis         26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  193. Cinereous Bulbul         Hemixos cinereus       25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  194. Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica           04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  195. Pacific Swallow           Hirundo tahitica          25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  196. Rufous-bellied Swallow           Cecropis badia            11/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  197. Pygmy Cupwing          Pnoepyga pusilla         11/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  198. Yellow-bellied Warbler           Abroscopus superciliaris         26/03/19 Bakelalan Sarawak
  199. Mountain Tailorbird   Phyllergates cucullatus           08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  200. Sunda Bush Warbler   Horornis vulcanius      08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  201. Bornean Stubtail         Urosphena whiteheadi            07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  202. Yellow-breasted Warbler       Phylloscopus montis    07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  203. Mountain Leaf Warbler          Phylloscopus trivirgatus          07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  204. Striated Grassbird       Megalurus palustris    25/03/19         Lawas  Sarawak
  205. Yellow-bellied Prinia   Prinia flaviventris        28/03/19         Lawas Road     Sarawak
  206. Dark-necked Tailorbird           Orthotomus atrogularis          30/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  207. Rufous-tailed Tailorbird          Orthotomus sericeus  25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  208. Chestnut-backed Scimitar Babbler  Pomatorhinus montanus           26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  209. Grey-throated Babbler           Stachyris nigriceps      27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  210. Grey-headed Babbler Stachyris poliocephala            03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  211. Chestnut-rumped Babbler      Stachyris maculata     31/03/19         Klias Peat Swamp Reserve      Sabah
  212. Chestnut-winged Babbler       Stachyris erythroptera            31/03/19         Klias Peat Swamp Reserve  Sabah
  213. Pin-striped Tit-babbler            Macronus gularis        10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  214. Bold-striped Tit-babbler         Macronus bornensis   03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  215. Fluffy-backed Tit-babbler       Macronus ptilosus       28/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  216. Brown Fulvetta            Alcippe brunneicauda 02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  217. Mountain Fulvetta      Alcippe peracensis      10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  218. Black-throated Wren-babbler            Napothera atrigularis 03/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  219. Marbled Wren-babbler          Napothera marmorata           11/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  220. Scaly-crowned Babbler           Malacopteron cinereum 03/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  221. Rufous-crowned Babbler        Malacopteron magnum          03/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  222. White-chested Babbler           Trichastoma rostratum           05/04/19 Kinabatagan River  Sabah
  223. Temminck's Babbler   Pellorneum pyrrogenys          08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  224. Malayan Laughingthrush        Trochalopteron peninsulae     10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  225. Blue-winged Minla     Actinodura cyanouroptera      10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  226. Silver-eared Mesia     Leiothrix argentauris  10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  227. Long-tailed Sibia         Heterophasia picaoides          10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  228. Sunda Laughingthrush            Garrulax palliatus       08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  229. Black Laughingthrush Garrulax lugubris        10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  230. Chestnut-hooded Laughingthrush       Pterorhinus treacheri 26/03/19         Bakelalan Sarawak
  231. Chestnut-crested Yuhina         Yuhina everetti           26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  232. Pygmy White-eye        Oculocincta squamifrons        26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  233. Mountain Blackeye     Zosterops emiliae       08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  234. Hume's White-eye      Zosterops auriventer  10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  235. Black-capped White-eye         Zosterops atricapilla   07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  236. Asian Fairy-bluebird    Irena puella     26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  237. Velvet-fronted Nuthatch         Sitta frontalis  03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  238. Blue Nuthatch             Sitta azurea     11/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  239. Asian Glossy Starling   Aplonis panayensis      30/03/19         Beaufort Road Sabah
  240. Common Hill Myna     Gracula religiosa        31/03/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  241. Javan Myna     Acridotheres javanicus           03/04/19         Lahad Datu      Sabah
  242. Everett's Thrush          Zoothera everetti        08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  243. Eyebrowed Thrush      Turdus obscurus          26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  244. Fruithunter      Chlamydochaera jefferyi        09/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  245. Oriental Magpie-robin           Copsychus saularis      25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  246. Rufous-tailed Shama   Copsychus pyrropygus            01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  247. White-rumped Shama            Copsychus malabaricus          10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  248. White-crowned Shama           Copsychus stricklandii 31/03/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  249. Dark-sided Flycatcher             Muscicapa sibirica      01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  250. Asian Brown Flycatcher          Muscicapa dauurica   25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  251. Rufous-browed Flycatcher      Anthipes solitaris        10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  252. Pale Blue Flycatcher   Cyornis unicolor          03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  253. Hill Blue Flycatcher     Cyornis banyumas       12/04/19         The Gap Fraser's Hill  Malaysia
  254. Bornean Blue Flycatcher        Cyornis superbus         01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  255. Malaysian Blue Flycatcher     Cyornis turcosus          04/04/19         Kinabatagan River      Sabah
  256. Large Niltava Niltava grandis            10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  257. Blue-and-white Flycatcher      Cyanoptila cyanomelana        26/03/19 Bakelalan    Sarawak
  258. Verditer Flycatcher     Eumyias thalassinus    03/04/19         Bakelalan Sarawak
  259. Indigo Flycatcher        Eumyias indigo            07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  260. White-browed Shortwing        Brachypteryx montana           08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  261. Eyebrowed Jungle Flycatcher Vauriella gularis         08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  262. Chestnut-naped Forktail         Enicurus ruficapillus   02/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  263. Slaty-backed Forktail  Enicurus schistaceus   10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  264. White-crowned Forktail          Enicurus leschenaulti  01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  265. Bornean Forktail         Enicurus borneensis    26/03/19 Bakelalan    Sarawak
  266. Bornean Whistling Thrush      Myophonus borneensis           09/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  267. Malayan Whistling Thrush      Myophonus robinsoni 10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  268. Narcissus Flycatcher   Ficedula narcissina     03/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  269. Mugimaki Flycatcher  Ficedula mugimaki     01/04/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley         Sabah
  270. Snowy-browed Flycatcher       Ficedula hyperythra    07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  271. Little Pied Flycatcher Ficedula westermanni            07/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  272. Pygmy Flycatcher        Muscicapella hodgsoni           08/04/19         Kinabalu Park  Sabah
  273. Greater Green Leafbird          Chloropsis sonnerati   26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  274. Lesser Green Leafbird            Chloropsis cyanopogon           31/03/19         Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley  Sabah
  275. Blue-winged Leafbird             Chloropsis cochinchinensis     11/04/19 The Gap Fraser's Hill          Malaysia
  276. Bornean Leafbird        Chloropsis kinabaluensis         26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  277. Orange-bellied Leafbird         Chloropsis hardwickii  10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  278. Yellow-rumped Flowerpecker            Prionochilus xanthopygius      29/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  279. Scarlet-breasted Flowerpecker          Prionochilus thoracicus           30/03/19 Klias Peat Swamp Reserve  Sabah
  280. Yellow-vented Flowerpecker Dicaeum chrysorrheum          27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  281. Orange-bellied Flowerpecker             Dicaeum trigonostigma          27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  282. Black-sided Flowerpecker       Dicaeum monticolum 07/04/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  283. Fire-breasted Flowerpecker   Dicaeum ignipectus    12/04/19 The Gap Fraser's Hill          Malaysia
  284. Plain Sunbird   Anthreptes simplex     30/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  285. Olive-backed Sunbird Cinnyris jugularis        26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  286. Black-throated Sunbird           Aethopyga saturata    10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  287. Temminck's Sunbird   Aethopyga temminckii            29/03/19         Paya Maga      Sarawak
  288. Purple-naped Sunbird             Kurochkinegramma hypogrammicum           10/04/19 Bukit Tinggi Malaysia
  289. Little Spiderhunter      Arachnothera longirostra       26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  290. Yellow-eared Spiderhunter     Arachnothera chrysogenys 26/03/19 Bakelalan Sarawak
  291. Bornean Spiderhunter            Arachnothera everetti            27/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  292. Streaked Spiderhunter            Arachnothera magna  10/04/19         Fraser's Hill     Malaysia
  293. Eurasian Tree Sparrow           Passer montanus         25/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak
  294. Pin-tailed Parrotfinch             Erythrura prasina        10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  295. Dusky Munia   Lonchura fuscans        28/03/19         Long Tuyo        Sarawak
  296. Scaly-breasted Munia             Lonchura punctulata   10/04/19         Bukit Tinggi     Malaysia
  297. Chestnut Munia          Lonchura atricapilla    31/03/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley     Sabah
  298. Grey Wagtail Motacilla cinerea       26/03/19         Bakelalan        Sarawak

Mammal List


  1. Common Treeshrew   Tupaia glis 30/03/19 Klias Peat Swamp Reserve
  2. Large Treeshrew         Tupaia tana 31/03/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley
  3. Sunda Flying Lemur    Galeopterus variegatus          31/03/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley
  4. Crab-eating Macaque Macaca fascicularis 27/03/19 Bakelalan
  5. Southern Pig-tailed Macaque Macaca nemestrina 05/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley
  6. Proboscis Monkey       Nasalis larvatus           04/04/19 Klias Peat Swamp Reserve
  7. Maroon Leaf Monkey Presbytis rubicund  05/04/19 Myne Resort Kinabatangan
  8. White-thighed Sureli   Presbytis siamensis 10/04/19 Bukit Tinggi
  9. Dusky Leaf Monkey     Trachypithecus obscures 11/04/19 Fraser's Hill
  10. Bornean Orangutan    Pongo pygmaeus 01/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley
  11. Short-tailed Gymnure Hylomys suillus           09/04/19 Kuala Lumpur
  12. Bearded Pig Sus barbatus 03/04/19 Myne Resort Kinabatangan
  13. Wild Boar Sus scrofa   31/03/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley
  14. Lesser Mouse Deer     Tragulus kanchil 31/03/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley
  15. Sambar            Rusa unicolor  31/03/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley
  16. Pale Giant Squirrel      Ratufa affinis  27/03/19 Bakelalan
  17. Black Giant Squirrel    Ratufa bicolor 10/04/19 Bukit Tinggi
  18. Thomas's Flying Squirrel  Aeromys thomasi 02/04/19 Rainforest Lodge Danum Valley
  19. Pallas's Squirrel [sp]   Callosciurus erythraeus          10/04/19 Bukit Tinggi
  20. Plantain Squirrel         Callosciurus notatus 31/03/19 Bakelalan
  21. Borneo Black-banded Squirrel            Callosciurus orestes 08/04/19 Bakelalan
  22. Prevost's Squirrel        Callosciurus prevostii  01/04/19 Klias Peat Swamp Reserve
  23. Bornean Mountain Ground Squirrel Dremomys everetti      08/04/19 Kinabalu park
  24. Asian Red-cheeked Squirrel Dremomys rufigensis 10/04/19 Fraser's Hill
  25. Tufted Pygmy Squirrel            Exilisciurus whiteheadi           27/03/19 Bakelalan
  26. Jentinck's Squirrel       Sundasciurus jentinki  26/03/19 Bakelalan
  27. Low's Squirrel Sundasciurus lowii 10/04/19  Fraser's Hill
  28. Himalayan Striped Squirrel Tamiops mcclellandii     10/04/19 Fraser's Hill