Thai National Parks

Wildlife at Khao Yai

Flora and fauna

Khao Yai National Park is comprised of dry evergreen forest, dry deciduous forest, tropical moist evergreen forest, hill evergreen forest and grasslands. It has a rich diversity of plants with around 2,000 species, around 300 bird species, 70 species of mammals and 74 species herptiesl (reptiles and amphibians).

The list of mammal, bird and reptiles species below are collected from number of websites and publications, it is not necessarily complete or accurate. Some species may have been extinct from the park, specially some bird species may have been visiting the park accidently or not identified correctly.

One of many water streams

One of many water streams

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Have you been to Khao Yai National Park and seen species not listed here? Please let us know in case, we will add it here immediately. It will be much appreciated!

Mammals of Khao Yai National Park

Civets
Shrews
Rodents
Bats

Birds of Khao Yai National Park

Babblers
Barbets
Bee-eaters
Boobies, frigatebirds, cormorants, darter
Broadbills
Bulbuls
Buttonquails
Corvids
Cuckoos
Cuckooshrikes and allies
Drongos
Diurnal birds of prey (Falcons)
Finches
Flowerpeckers
Frogmouths, nightjars
Ground-feeding birds
Hawks, eagles, kites, vultures
Helmetshrikes
Herons, bitterns
Hornbills
Iora
Kingfishers
Leafbird
Nuthatches
Parrots, parakeets
Old World flycatchers
Old World orioles
Owls
Pigeons, doves
Pipits, wagtails
Pittas
Rails, crakes, coots
Rollers
Shrike
Sparrows, buntings, weaver-finches, munias
Starlings
Sunbirds, spiderhunters
Swallows, swifts, treeswifts
Tits
Thrushes
Trogons
Waders
Warblers
Warblers (Old world warblers)
White-eyes
Woodpeckers, piculets, wrynecks, and sapsuckers
Other birds

Reptiles of Khao Yai National Park

Lizards
Snakes

Amphibians of Khao Yai National Park

Family: Ranidae
Family: Megophryidae

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