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Wildlife in Phu Suan Sai

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Birds (Class: Aves)

Total 242 species

Non-passerines
Bitterns, herons and egrets (Family: Ardeidae)
Eagles, kites and allies (Family: Accipitridae)
Pheasants and partridges (Family: Phasianidae)
Rails, crakes, gallinules and coots (Family: Rallidae)
Sandpipers and allies (Family: Scolopacidae)
Pigeons and doves (Family: Columbidae)
Parrots (Family: Psittacidae, Psittaculidae)
Cuckoos (Family: Cuculidae)
Typical owls (Family: Strigidae)
Nightjars (Family: Caprimulgidae)
Swifts (Family: Apodidae)
Treeswifts (Family: Hemiprocnidae)
Trogons (Family: Trogonidae)
Kingfishers, Tree kingfishers (Family: Alcedinidae, Halcyonidae, Cerylidae)
Bee-eaters (Family: Meropidae)
Typical rollers (Family: Coraciidae)
Barbets (Family: Megalaimidae, Ramphastidae)
Woodpeckers (Family: Picidae)
Passerines
Broadbills (Family: Eurylaimidae)
Pittas (Family: Pittidae)
Swallows and martins (Family: Hirundinidae)
Wagtails and pipits (Family: Motacillidae)
Cuckooshrikes and allies (Family: Campephagidae)
Bulbuls (Family: Pycnonotidae)
Leafbirds (Family: Chloropseidae)
Ioras (Family: Aegithinidae)
Thrushes and allies (Family: Turdidae)
Cisticolas and allies (Family: Cisticolidae)
Cettid warblers (Family: Cettiidae)
Leaf warblers (Family: Phylloscopidae)
Reed warblers and allies (Family: Acrocephalidae)
Grassbirds and allies (Family: Locustellidae)
Old World warblers (Family: Sylviidae)
Old World flycatchers (Family: Muscicapidae)
Fairy flycatchers (Family: Stenostiridae)
Fantails (Family: Rhipiduridae)
Monarch flycatchers (Family: Monarchidae)
Laughingthrushes and allies (Family: Leiothrichidae)
Babblers (Family: Timaliidae)
Ground babblers (Family: Pellorneidae)
Vireos and allies (Family: Vireonidae)
Nuthatches (Family: Sittidae)
Sunbirds and spiderhunters (Family: Nectariniidae)
Flowerpeckers (Family: Dicaeidae)
White-eyes (Family: Zosteropidae)
Old World orioles (Family: Oriolidae)
Fairy-bluebirds (Family: Irenidae)
Shrikes (Family: Laniidae)
Woodshrikes and allies (Family: Tephrodornithidae)
Drongos (Family: Dicruridae)
Woodswallows (Family: Artamidae)
Crows and allies (Family: Corvidae)
Starlings (Family: Sturnidae)
Waxbills and allies (Family: Estrildidae)
Sparrows (Family: Passeridae)

Mammals (Class: Mammalia)

Even-toed ungulates (Order: Artiodactyla)
Bovids (Family: Bovidae)
Carnivorans (Order: Carnivora)
Mustelids (Family: Mustelidae)
Treeshrews (Order: Scandentia)

Turtles (Order: Testudines)

Platysternidae (Family: Platysternidae)

Lizards (Suborder: Saurina)

Geckos (Family: Gekkonidae)
Tokay geckos (Genus: Gekko)
Agamid lizards (Family: Agamidae)
Tree dragons (Genus: Acanthosaura)
Crested lizards (Genus: Calotes)
Skinks (Family: Scincidae)
Forest skinks (Genus: Sphenomorphus, Tytthoscincus)

Snakes (Suborder: Serpentes)

Pit vipers (Family: Crotalidae)
Green pit vipers (Genus: Trimeresurus, Tropidolaemus)
Mountain pit vipers (Genus: Ovophis)
Elaphid snakes (Family: Elapidae)
Kraits genus (Genus: Bungarus)
Colubrid snakes (Family: Colubridae)
Slug-eating snakes (Genus: Asthenodipsas, Pareas)
Bronzebacks (Genus: Dendrelaphis)
Blackheads (Genus: Sibynophis)
Cat snakes (Genus: Boiga)
Whip snakes (Genus: Ahaetulla, Dryophiops)
Sunbeam snakes (Family: Xenopeltidae)

Amphibians (Order: Anura)

Litter frogs (Family: Megophryidae)
Eastern spadefoot toads (Genus: Leptobrachium)
Narrow-mouthed frogs (Family: Microhylidae)
Bullfrogs (Genus: Kaloula)
True frogs (Family: Ranidae)
Fanged frogs (Genus: Limnonectes)
True salamanders and newts (Family: Salamandridae)
Crocodile newts (Genus: Tylototriton)

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