Doi Inthanon National Park

Wildlife in Doi Inthanon

The list of species below are collected from various sources and publications, it is not necessarily complete nor accurate. Some species may have been extirpated from the park, may be historic data of rare migrant species or simply misidentified. We do our best to verify each record with the experts, particularly the rare species.

Birds (Class: Aves)

Total 511 species

Ducks, geese, and waterfowl
Pheasants, grouse, and allies
Grebes
Pigeons and doves
Cuckoos
Frogmouths
Nightjars and allies
Swifts
Treeswifts
Rails, gallinules, and coots
Plovers and lapwings
Painted-snipes
Jacanas
Sandpipers and allies
Buttonquails
Pratincoles and coursers
Storks
Cormorants and shags
Herons, egrets, and bitterns
Ospreys
Hawks, eagles, and kites
Barn-owls
Owls
Trogons
Hoopoes
Kingfishers, Tree kingfishers
Bee-eaters
Rollers
Barbets
Woodpeckers
Falcons and caracaras
Parrots
Broadbills
Pittas
Cuckooshrikes and allies
Vireos, shrike-babblers and erpornis
Old World orioles
Woodswallows, bellmagpies and allies
Vangas, helmetshrikes, and allies
Ioras
Fantails
Drongos
Monarch flycatchers
Shrikes
Crows, jays and magpies
Fairy flycatchers
Tits
Larks
Cisticolas and allies
Reed warblers and allies
Grassbirds and allies
Cupwings
Swallows and martins
Bulbuls
Leaf warblers
Bush warblers and allies
Sylviid warblers, parrotbills, and allies
White-eyes, yuhinas and allies
Tree-babblers, scimitar-babblers and allies
Ground babblers and allies
Alcippe fulvettas
Laughingthrushes and allies
Nuthatches
Treecreepers
Dippers
Starlings
Thrushes and allies
Old World flycatchers
Flowerpeckers
Sunbirds and spiderhunters
Fairy-bluebirds
Leafbirds
Weavers and allies
Waxbills and allies
Old World sparrows
Wagtails and pipits
Finches, euphonias and allie
Old World buntings

Mammals (Class: Mammalia)

Total 25 species

Even-toed ungulates (Order: Artiodactyla)
Bovids
Carnivorans (Order: Carnivora)
Cats
Viverrids
Mustelids
Primates (Order: Primate)
Gibbons
Macaques
Lutungs
Pangolins (Order: Pholidota)
Shrews & Moles (Order: Eulipotyphla, Soricomorpha)
Rodents (Order: Rodentia)
Old World porcupines
Squirrels
Murids
Treeshrews (Order: Scandentia)
Bats
Megabats
Vesper bats

Turtles (Order: Testudines)

Platysternidae
Tortoises
Asian elongated tortoises (Genus: Indotestudo)
Asian tortoises (Genus: Manouria)

Lizards (Suborder: Saurina)

Geckos
Bent-toed geckos (Genus: Cyrtodactylus)
Dwarf geckos (Genus: Hemiphyllodactylus)
Tokay geckos (Genus: Gekko)
Agamid lizards
Flying dragons (Genus: Draco)
Tree dragons (Genus: Acanthosaura)
Long-headed lizards (Genus: Pseudocalotes)
Crested lizards (Genus: Calotes)
Skinks
Stream skinks (Genus: Tropidophorus)
Leaf-litter skinks (Genus: Scincella)
Forest skinks (Genus: Sphenomorphus, Tytthoscincus)

Snakes (Suborder: Serpentes)

Total 31 species

Pit vipers & vipers
Green pit vipers
Mountain pit vipers
Terrestrial elapids
Cobras
King cobra
Asian coral snakes
Colubrid snakes
Slug-eating snakes
Racers
Reed snakes
Bronzebacks
Wolf snakes & bridle snakes
Mountain snakes
Blackheads
Cat snakes
Mock vipers
Whip snakes
Keelbacks
Bamboo snakes
Asian keelbacks
Keelbacks

Amphibians (Order: Anura)

Total 22 species

Litter frogs
Asian horned toads
Eastern spadefoot toads
Karin Hills frogs
Slender litter frogs (Genus: Leptobrachella)
Narrow-mouthed frogs
Rice frogs (Genus: Microhyla)
Shrub frogs
Bug-eyed frogs/warty treefrogs (Genus: Theloderma)
Flying frogs (Genus: Rhacophorus)
Bubble-nest frogs
Gracixalus genus
Raorchestes genus
True frogs
Cascade/sucker frogs (Genus: Amolops)
Dicroglossid frogs (Genus: Nanorana)
Fanged frogs (Genus: Limnonectes)
Odorous frogs (Genus: Odorrana)
True toads
Duttaphrynus genus
Stream toads (Genus: Ansonia)
True salamanders and newts
Crocodile newts (Genus: Tylototriton)

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