Bokor National Park

As you climb up through the evergreen forest to Bokor, in the southern coastal region of Cambodia, you will start to notice a change in the ecosystem and by the time you reach the top of the escarpment you are in refreshingly cool, stunted mountain forest, a welcome relief from the steamy- hot lowlands.
The key bird targets at Bokor are the near-endemic Chestnut-headed Partridge and Silver Broadbill, Long-tailed Broadbill, Indochinese Green Magpie, Great Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon.


Birds: Chestnut-Headed Partridge, Great Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, Blue Pitta, Mountain Hawk Eagle, Green-eared Barbet, Moustached Barbet, Long-tailed Broadbill, Spot-bellied Eagle-owl, Buff-bellied Flowerpecker
Mammals:  Pileated Gibbon, Pig-tailed Macaque, Yellow-throated Martin


Cooler and drier during December-April. Otherwise often very wet. Birds are easiest to see during the dry season.


Hill evergreen forest with stunted forest on the plateau.


Supplementary Feeding for Critically Endangered Vultures

SVC funds Chhep Wildlife Sanctuary Vulture Restaurant $15,000 a year in addition to tourism funding. There are three Critically Endangered Vulture species in Cambodia – White-rumped, Red-headed and Slender-billed Vultures.

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