More from Ulu Temburong

Staying at Ulu Ulu in Ulu Temburong National Park afforded me the opportunity to see a large number of birds and other wildlife, not all of which frequented the canopy. Here are some photos of the birds and other creatures found around the resort.

Whiskered Treeswift with puffed up feathers.

The Dusky Munia an endemic bird of Borneo.

A female Asian Paradise Flycatcher is not as spectacular as the male but still a beautiful bird.

Red Naped Trogon.

A young Flowerpecker dazed after flying into a window.

Thankfully it managed to fly back to a tree and seemed to be ok.

Pacific Swallow swooping down at Long Tailed Macaw

Long-Tailed Macaque on the bridge cables

Yellow-Eared Spiderhunter.

Flying Lizard moments after it landed sadly not moments before.

Green Crested Lizard.

The same Green Crested Lizard after it had turned brown.

One of the streams downriver a little from Ulu Ulu.

The stream above was also the location of most of the nightwalks I went on and I will post photos from those in the next blog post.