Monday, 14 November 2011

Kubah National Park, Sarawak

I made a 3D2N visit to Kubah National Park, Sarawak in Nov 2011 with a few friends. It was a frog haven, we spotted a few species of frogs. The frog pond is a must go if you like frogs! It would be a highly recommended destination for nature lover if only there were more mammals or birds. Unfortunately, we did not came across much bird life or mammals. We were told that the animals were deep inside the forest. We suspected that poaching could be the reason. What a pity! Good forest, little wildlife.
#1 This was where we stayed!
#2 The chalet comes with amenities. You can also cook in the chalet. Just bring your canned food!
Harlequin Tree Frog
#3 Harlequin Tree Frog at the frog pond.
Harlequin Tree Frog's Eyes
#4 Harlequin Frog Eyes
Dark-eared Tree Frog
#5 Dark-eared Tree Frog
Dark eared Tree Frog
#6 Dark-eared Tree Frog
File eared Tree Frog
#7 File-eared Tree Frog
File-eared Tree Frog
#8 File-eared Tree Frog
Unidentified Frog
#9 Juvenile Smooth Guardian Frog
Kalophrynus sp
#10 Kalophrynus species
Spotted Stream Frog
#11 Spotted Stream Frog found along the road uphill.
Golden-eared Rough-sided Frog
#12 Golden-eared Rough-sided Frog found along the road uphill. More info here
Kuhl's Creek Frog
#13 Kuhl's Creek Frog found along the road uphill. Quite a few was encountered.
Microhyla borneensis
#14 Bornean Narrow-mouth Frog
Microhyla borneensis
#15 Another Bornean Narrow-mouth Frog
Microhyla malang sp
#16 Microhyla malang sp
Tadpoles of Microhyla borneensis in Pitcher Plant
#17 Tadpoles found inside pitcher plants.
#18 Bent-toed Gecko
Peter's Bent-toed Gecko
#19 Peter's Bent-toed Gecko
Brooke's Water Skink
#20 Brooke's Water Skink. Very shy, high in the crevices when approached.
005Pencil-tailed Tree Mouse feeding on Simpoh Air bud
#21 Pencil-tailed Tree Mouse on a Simpoh Air tree feed on bud.
003Woolly Horseshoe Bat roosting in hollow fallen tree
#22 Woolly Horseshoe Bat roosting inside a fallen hollow tree.
Photographs were taken with Nikon D300s with AF-S VR Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED, Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 and Canon EOS 7D with EF 100-400L IS.

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