Hawk Cuckoo Heirococcyx fugax - Split from Hodgson's
Hawk Cuckoo. A resident in the south and not uncommon.
Warbler Seicercus omeiensis - This is the most
common of the "Golden Spectacled" Warblers in Thailand
but not incuded in Robson's Field
Guide to the Birds of Thailand.
Swallow Hirundo badia - Split from Striated Swallow.
This bird is very attractive and common around Krabi, particularly
numerous around the limestone karsts common in the area.
Hornbill Anorrhinus tickelli - Split from Brown
Hornbill. This species is found in the west of Thailand and is most
easily observed at Kaeng Krachan.
Thrush Turdus naumanni - Split from Dusky Thrush.
A rare passage migrant and winter visitor.
Thrush Zoothera aurea - Split from Scaly Thrush.
A winter visitor to the north of Thailand to as far south as Kaeng
Bluetail Tarsiger rufilatus - Split from Red-flanked
Bluetail. Both species have been recorded in Thailand although almost
all sightings are of Himalayan.
Pitta Pitta nipalensis - One bird was seen and
heard at Phu Suan Sai National Park, Na Haeo, Loei province ) on
1 March 2009. It was heard again and tape-recorded on 14th May 2009
at the same location.
Pitta Pitta nympha - One individual was first
seen on 11th April 2009 at Phuttamonton
Park and stayed until 17th April being seen and photographed
by many observers.
Pygmy Woodpecker Dendrocopos moluccensis - Photographed
in mangroves at Ban Sala, Tambol Phiman, Muang District (Satun)
on 15 November 2010.
Boobook Ninox japonica - One caught and ringed
at Laem Pak Bia in April 2011. Looking back at old photographs revealed
at least one more bird photographed at Sri Nakorn Kuan Kan park,
Gull Ichthyaetus hemprichii - Photographed at
Bang Poo on 13th April 2011 and present until at least 2nd May 2011.
Tichodroma Muraria - Seen and photographed by several observers
in March 2012 at Phu Chi Fa, Chiang Rai.