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Published on May 20, 2015
Part 3 starts on Palawan with Falcated (Palawan) ground-babbler, Palawan (slender-billed) crow, red-headed flameback, great slaty woodpecker, square-tailed drongo-cuckoo, yellow-throated leafbird and crested serpent-eagle. Then we have dark-throated oriole, red-bellied pitta, lovely sunbird, female Palwan blue-flycatcher, a butterfly, blue paradise-flycatcher, brown-backed needletail and grey-streaked flycatcher. From the viewpoint we see a distanct Philippine cockatoo and Palawan hornbill.
Next morning we catch the boat from Sabang Beach at dawn to head for the best site to see the enigmatic Palawan blue peacock-pheasant. First we see a white-bellied sea-eagle and then our encounter with the peacock-pheasant. Next we see some monitor lizards, a very brief glimpse of Philippine scrub-fowl, then head out to the beach. Here we see Palawan hornbill, stork-billed kingfisher and green imperial-pigeon. Back near the road we find another viewpoint and see blue-headed racquet-tail, then see ashy drongo, female Palawan flowerpecker, rufous-tailed tailorbird, ashy-headed babbler, and while looking for owls we find a roosting hooded pitta. Next day we have some time on the beach and see a mudskipper, a crab, olive-backed sunbird, ashy-fronted (olive-winged) bulbul and fiery minivet.
Next day we fly to Luzon and start at La Mesa Ecopark in Quezon City where we see ashy thrush, mangrove blue-flycatcher, grey-backed tailorbird, Philippine pygmy-woodpecker and lowland white-eye. Continued in Part 4.