Fabulous Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. Photo by Phil Gregory.
The very rare Bengal Florican flashes its white wings in flight to great effect. Photo by participant George Sims.
Blue-tailed Bee-eater is widespread. Photo by participant George Sims.
The newly described Cambodian Tailorbird, by participant Deanna MacPhail.
Indochinese Barbet by guide Doug Gochfeld
Brahminy Kite at Prek Toal, by participant George Sims.
Collared Falconet is a species easily missed, but not this individual! Photo by Phil Gregory.
Mekong River birding by guide Doug Gochfeld
A vagrant Himalayan Griffon (the monster in the middle) with critically endangered White-rumped and Slender-billed vultures. Photo by guide Phil Gregory.
Brown Boobook by participant Linda Rudolph
Indian Nightjar gave us some long nighttime views. Photo by participant George Sims.
Mekong Wagtail was only described in 2001. This adult was feeding a juvenile. Photo by participant George Sims.
The attractive and widespread Common Kingfisher, photographed at Angkor Thom by Phil Gregory.
A nicely marked Painted Stork, photographed by participant George Sims.
The wood storage house at Preah Khan. Photo by guide Phil Gregory.
Big and fancy: Red-billed Blue-Magpie at Tmatboey by participant George Sims.
Red-breasted Parakeets are vocal -- and showy -- around Angkor Wat. Photo by participant Deanna MacPhail.
The rare and Critically Endangered Red-headed Vulture stands out. Photo by Phil Gregory.
Some of the demon heads at Tah Prom have been restored. Photo by Phil Gregory.
Tourists boats leaving the floating village of Prek Toal. Photo by Phil Gregory.
Black-headed Woodpecker is one of the big woodpecker prizes. Photo by Phil Gregory.
The endangered Giant Ibis: its total population is only 250-300 individuals. Photo by Phil Gregory.
Chinese Pond-Heron by participant Linda Rudolph
Crested Treeswift by guide Doug Gochfeld
Irawaddy Dolphin by participant Becky Hansen
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