|Subject:||Mulu National Park, Sarawak, East Malaysia|
|From:||"Marc Anderson" <>|
|Date:||Fri, 30 Mar 2001 23:01:05 -0000|
I too was a tad disappointed with the birding at Mulu. Although I did find quite a lot of species just outside the park along the roadsides eg. White-fronted Falconet, several species of Bulbul & Babbler. I haven't my bird list with me at the moment (it is on a ship somewhere between the UK & Sydney!!), but some nice birds that I managed to see in the actual park were Green Broadbill, Crested Goshawk, Bat Hawk & stunning views of a Barred Eagle Owl just near the viewing platform for the Deer Cave. Not one species of hornbill though & I believe 8 have been recorded there. No doubt there are many species of birds in the forest, just not where & when we happened to be looking!!!
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