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2004 Thailand Bird Reports - Tables

Records of visible migration from Muang District, Chumphon

U: Ban U-Taphao
N: Kaem Ling Nong Yai

  18 Sep 19 Sep 25 Sep 02 Oct 03 Oct
  U N U N U N U N U N
Time: 0900 - 1700 except as noted         0800 - 1200 1200 - 1600      
              1    
Black Kite             1 1 2  
Oriental Honey-buzzard     3   763 3 161 100 51 119
Chinese Sparrowhawk 2 2 22 3 4725 7 1764 73 2 113
Japanese Sparrowhawk 100 18 42 54 372 5 207 17 10 2
Accipiter sp. 115 194 73 47 346   483 1116 1329 998
“unidentified buzzard”         16     2    
Grey-faced Buzzard               2    
Unidentified eagle               3    
Unidentified raptor               30 241  
Eastern Marsh Harrier             1   1  
Hen Harrier               1    
Pied Harrier               1    
Peregrine Falcon               1    
Falco sp.                   1
Whimbrel                 6  
Pacific Swift 48 16 36   104   28 23 10 5
Blue-tailed Bee-eater 15 20 97 7 375   12 194 154 23
Black Drongo 35 79 14 19 57     3 6 2
Ashy Minivet           38        
Yellow Wagtail         104          

Numbers of raptors and other diurnal migrants at Chumphon (Muang District)

(data submitted by Surachai Rungkunakorn/ARRCN for 1-17 October. Data for the raptor count on 23-25 October is for three watchpoints and all observers combined, with thanks to Chukiat Nualsri)

(U Ban U-Tapao, Tambol Tha Yang; N = Kaem Ling Nong Yai)

Date 9 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct Raptor Watch Festival, combined totals, all watch-points, 23-25 Oct
Location U N U N U N
Time: U: 0800 - 1200; N: 1300 - 1700            
Osprey   1   1     1
Brahminy Kite   2 2        
Black Kite 5   1 1 1   6
Oriental Honey-buzzard 452 31 52 72 81 16 39
Black Baza       158 1091 3120 48,790
Chinese Sparrowhawk 289 338 1 15 150 35 15
Japanese Sparrowhawk 97 12 21 14 18 13 281
Accipiter sp. 682 100 82 31 33   58
“unidentified buzzard”     19 19 8    
Grey-faced Buzzard     134 196 612 109 3,592
Unidentified eagle 1            
Unidentified raptor 774 15 58 36 48   911
Crested Serpent Eagle 1   2   1 1  
Booted Eagle     1     1  
Greater Spotted Eagle   1 1        
Eastern Marsh Harrier 1   1   1   4
Hen Harrier 1       1    
Harrier sp.             3
Peregrine Falcon 1            
Common Kestrel     1        
Amur Falcon             1
Pacific Swift 7 180 15        
Blue-tailed Bee-eater 52 564 131 114 43 45  
Black Drongo 115   61 46 15 16  
Red-rumped Swallow         35    

Numbers of shorebirds on salt pans and other ponds, from Ban Pak Thale and Laem Pak Bia, Ban Laem District, Phetchaburi, 31 October 2004

(Observers: Philip Round, Boonrawd Khieoyuu, Dr. Suwanna Mookachonpan, Smith Suthibut, et al.). Tide high throughout daylight hours. (n.c. = not counted)

Species Ban Pak Thale Bang Kaew-

Laem Phak Bia

Total
Black-tailed Godwit 2   22
Bar-tailed Godwit 1 30 31
Whimbrel 5   5
Eurasian Curlew   247 247
Common Redshank 10   10
Marsh Sandpiper 430 190 620
Common Greenshank 5 3 8
Nordmann's Greenshank 3   3
Ruddy Turnstone 1   1
Asian Dowitcher 2   2
Great Knot   386 386
Red Knot 1   1
Sanderling 7 20 27
Rufous-necked Stint 810 1070 1880
Long-toed Stint 50 n.c.  
Dunlin 3   3
Curlew Sandpiper 712 331 1043
Spoon-billed Sandpiper (3, prob.5)   5
Broad-billed Sandpiper 231 22 253
Ruff 10   10
Black-winged Stilt 100 n.c.  
Pacific Golden Plover   10 10
Grey Plover 2 14 16
Kentish Plover 130 40 170
Sand Plover spp. 170 630 800
Heuglin's Gull   11 11
Brown-headed Gull 100 255 355
Gull-billed Tern 6 64 70
Caspian Tern 2 9 11
Common Tern 300 n.c  
Little Tern 65 n.c.  
Whiskered Tern 60 n.c.  

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