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Doi Ang Khang

 

Doi Ang Khang , like Doi Lang , is also close to the border with Myanmar and has a similar range of birds. However, it differs in that the area is populated whereas the top of Doi Lang is not. The good side of this is that there is accommodation at the top of the mountain which saves in traveling time each day, the bad side is that the roads are busy and less pleasant for bird watching. It also means there is more cultivation and less good forest. The reason we visit Doi Ang Khang is principally for the birding at the resort we stay at. The owner puts out food for the birds and he also has a small waterfall and stream in the grounds which attracts more birds.

We usually stay for two nights which allows us to see everything at the resort and have a look around the mountain top too.

 

The Resort

 
 
 


White-capped Redstart
White-tailed Robin
Black-breasted Thrush
Brown-breasted Bulbul
Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush
 
 


Grey-sided Thrush
Grey-winged Blackbird
White Wagtail
Red-whiskered Bulbul
White-headed Bulbul
 

At the waterfall White-capped Redstart and White-tailed Robin can be seen. Out at the feeding station a variety of Bulbuls and Thrushes come to feed. Each year there seem to be more birds so we look forward to the next season to see what will come in.
 
 
 
Chestnut-vented Nuthatch
 
 
 
Blue-winged Minla
 
 
Common Rosefinch
 
  

Around and about




Japanese Thrush
Daurian Redstart
Abberant Bush-Warbler
Dark-backed Sibia
Japanese Tit
  
 
There are a couple of other minor stake-outs in the area but most birding is done along the roads and trails. Mrs Hume's Pheasant is sometimes seen crossing the road in an area of pines. Giant Nuthatch has been seen many times and Purple Cochoa is also known from the mountain. 
Speckled Piculet
 
 
Cook's Swift
 
All the photographs shown on this page were taken by ourselves at Doi Ang Khang.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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