• The critically endangered Bengal Florican still holds on in a few grassland sites in Cambodia.
  • Blue-tailed Bee-eater in great light!
  • The endangered Greater Adjutant still thrives in Cambodia.
  • Intermediate Egret, Prek Toal waterbird colony.
  • A Green Bee-eater poses in good light at Tmatboey.
  • Cambodia is a great country for woodpeckers. Here is the world's largest, the Great Slaty Woodpecker.
  • Three girls getting themselves to school at Prek Toal floating village.
  • Burmese Nuthatch at Tmatboey.
  • A Dark-necked Tailorbird in the dark shadows of Prek Toal.
  • The aerobatic Crested Treeswift is common in the forests of northern Cambodia.
  • The aerobatic Crested Treeswift is common in the forests of northern Cambodia.
  • Exploring the Mekong by small boat is a great way to look for Mekong Wagtails and Irrawaddy Dolphins.
  • It took quite the effort, but we eventually succeeded with crushing views of this Brown Wood Owl at its day roost.
  • Burmese Nuthatch at Tmatboey.
  • The Cambodian Tailorbird was discovered in 2009 scrubby fields outside of Phnom Penh. It wasn't formally described for science until 2013 and made for a fitting final target of our tour.
  • The Cambodian Tailorbird was discovered in 2009 scrubby fields outside of Phnom Penh. It wasn't formally described for science until 2013 and made for a fitting final target of our tour.
  • The critically endangered Bengal Florican still holds on in a few grassland sites in Cambodia.
  • We saw Banded Broadbill on tour occasions on our tour. This bird was along the river near Tmatboey.
  • Asian Openbill is one of the most common birds at Prek Toal.
  • Asian Openbill is one of the most common birds at Prek Toal.

Our inaugural tour to Cambodia, January 23-February 6, 2017, was so wonderful we couldn’t fit all of the highlights into one photo gallery. Here is the second batch of photos from this two-week adventure. All photos by the leader, Aaron Lang.

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