Ulu Temburong

I had the privilege to spend 6 weeks in Ulu Temburong National park at the Ulu Ulu resort helping out taking photos and doing a visual survey of the birds we saw while there. The highlight for me was the Canopy Walkway which is a large scaffolding tower built on a ridge in the forest with towers peeking out through the canopy to give breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. 

The view from the Canopy Walkway at Ulu Temburong National Park in Brunei.

The trek up the hundreds of steps to the tower and then up the tower itself was always worth it even at 5 in the morning for sunrise.

Sunrise at Ulu Temburong National Park.

The Canopy Walkway was also a great place to see amazing wildlife such as the Bornean Gibbon and some of the numerous birds which frequent the Canopy.

Bornean Gibbon at sunrise.

A Bornean Gibbon in the treetops of Ulu Temburong.

A gibbon hanging around in the canopy of Ulu Temburong.

Up in the canopy there are a huge variety of birds. I photographed many of them, some of which i will post below. 

A Rhinoceros Hornbill flies between trees.

A large group of Rhinoceros Hornbills.

Black and Yellow Broadbill.

Yellow Crowned Barbet.

Lesser Green Leafbird.

It was not only birds that were visible in the canopy but other animals were also present.

Giant Squirrel.

Flying Lizard.

Twin Barred Tree Snake.

Prevost's Squirrel.

View from the Canopy Walkway in Ulu Temburong.

The images above all come from the canopy but there was also plenty of wildlife below the canopy. Those images I will leave for the next post.