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Published on May 20, 2015
Part 4 starts in Los Banos near Mount Makiling National Park where we have grey wagtail, scale-feathered malkoha, a huge eel, spotted woodland-kingfisher and Luzon hornbill. Out around the paddy fields we have cattle egrets, blue-tailed bee-eater, yellow-vented bulbul and rough-crested malkoha. Back in the forest at night we have Philippine scops owl.
Next day we visit Candaba Marshes where we see Philippine ducks, barred rail, striated grassbird, very brief Middendorff's grasshopper-warbler, clamorous reed-warbler and oriental reed-warbler. We then head to Subic bay where we see elegant tit, blue-naped parrot, roosting golden-crowned flying fox, a colony of rufous-crowned bee-eater, distant white-fronted tit, Luzon flameback, sooty woodpecker, red junglefowl, white-browed shama, whiskered tree-swift, white-bellied woodpecker, flocking glossy swiftlets, Luzon hawk-owl and chocolate boobook.
Next day we arrive at Banaue near Mount Polis for the last leg of the trip. Here we see brown shrike and long-tailed shrike at the hotel, then head out to see the impressive rice terraces. Here we also see Philippine bush-warbler, elegant tit, blue-headed fantail, montane shrike, chestnut-faced babbler, turquoise (verditer) flyvatcher, Negros (mountain) leaf-warbler, flame-crowned flowerpecker, mountain tailorbird, and finally female then male Luzon (metallic-winged) sunbird. We end searching for Luzon scops-owl and then sunrise over Sabang Beach on Palawan.