Tram Chim National Park

 

Tram Chim National Park

 

Dong Thap Province

Birding highlights: Sarus Crane, Oriental Darter, Painted Stork and Asian Golden Weaver.

Star ranking: éé

Bird fauna: Water- and wetland-dependent birds

Other features: Lotus swamps, and Melaleuca forest.

Transportation: Car, 40km from Cao Lanh Capital Town of Dong Thap Province. In the park, we can hire the boat to go to the good bird watching sites. 

Accommodation: Few small guesthouses in Tam Nong Town and one guesthouse in the park headquarter.

Permission: Accessible to all visitors

   
  Contact details: Tram Chim National Park, Tourism Center, 4th Ward, Tram Chim Town, Tam Nong District, Dong Thap Province, Tel. +(84 67) 827436
   
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  Bird list (source: BirdLife International Vietnam Programme)
 

1. Lesser Whistling-duck

 

2. Cotton Pygmy-goose

 

3. Spot-billed Duck

 

4. Garganey

 

5. Common Teal

 

6. Buttonquail sp.

 

7. Common Kingfisher

 

8. White-throated Kingfisher

 

9. Pied Kingfisher

 

10. Green Bee-eater

 

11. Blue-tailed Bee-eater

 

12. Plaintive Cuckoo

 

13. Asian Koel

 

14. Green-billed Malkoha

 

15. Greater Coucal

 

16. Lesser Coucal

 

17. Asian Palm Swift

 

18. Grass Owl

 

19. Large-tailed Nightjar

 

20. Spotted Dove

 

21. Red Collared Dove

 

22. Pink-necked Green Pigeon

 

23. Bengal Florican

 

24. Sarus Crane

 

25. Ruddy-breasted Crake

 

26. Watercock

 

27. Purple Swamphen

 

28. Common Moorhen

 

29. Wood Sandpiper

 

30. Common Sandpiper

 

31. Greater Painted-snipe

 

32. Pheasant-tailed Jacana

 

33. Bronze-winged Jacana

 

34. Black-winged Stilt

 

35. Grey-headed Lapwing

 

36. Red-wattled Lapwing

 

37. Oriental Pratincole

 

38. Black-shouldered Kite

 

39. Eurasian Marsh Harrier

 

40. Shikra

 

41. Greater Spotted Eagle

 

42. Little Grebe

 

43. Darter

 

44. Little Cormorant

 

45. Indian Cormorant

 

46. Little Egret

 

47. Grey Heron

 

48. Purple Heron

 

49. Great Egret

 

50. Intermediate Egret

 

51. Cattle Egret

 

52. Chinese Pond Heron

 

53. Little Heron

 

54. Black-crowned Night Heron

 

55. Yellow Bittern

 

56. Cinnamon Bittern

 

57. Black Bittern

 

58. Black-headed Ibis

 

59. Black-faced Spoonbill

 

60. Painted Stork

 

61. Greater Adjutant

 

62. Lesser Adjutant

 

63. Golden-bellied Gerygone

 

64. Brown Shrike

 

65. Racket-tailed Treepie

 

66. Indochinese Cuckooshrike

 

67. Pied Fantail

 

68. Black Drongo

 

69. Common Iora

 

70. Oriental Magpie Robin

 

71. Pied Bushchat

 

72. Sand Martin

 

73. Barn Swallow

 

74. Yellow-vented Bulbul

 

75. Streak-eared Bulbul

 

76. Zitting Cisticola

 

77. Yellow-bellied Prinia

 

78. Plain Prinia

 

79. Oriental White-eye

 

80. Lanceolated Warbler

 

81. Rusty-rumped Warbler

 

82. Black-browed Reed Warbler

 

83. Oriental Reed Warbler

 

84. Common Tailorbird

 

85. Striated Grassbird

 

86. Striped Tit Babbler

 

87. Oriental Skylark

 

88. Olive-backed Sunbird

 

89. Plain-backed Sparrow

 

90. Eurasian Tree Sparrow

 

91. Paddyfield Pipit

 

92. Streaked Weaver

 

93. Baya Weaver

 

94. Asian Golden Weaver

 

95. White-rumped Munia

 

96. Black-headed Munia

 

 

 
 

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