Brunei may be a small country, but what it lacks in square kilometers, it makes up for with biodversity. Our pristine rainforests are home to approximately 622 species of birds and with a thriving birdwatching community in Brunei, it is truly a haven for avid birders. Bring your bird list along and be ready to cross out some Kingfishers, Reddish scops owls and Helmeted Hornbills. If you’re really lucky, you might even spot the elusive Bornean Bristlehead found in Ulu Temburong. Prime birdwatching windows are the first few hours of daylight and the last few hours before sunset.
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