Doi Chiang Dao

Country/Territory Thailand
Area 0 km2
Altitude 0 - 0 m
Priority -
Habitat loss -
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General characteristics

Doi Chiang Dao is a steep limestone massif in northern Thailand which rises to 2,175 m (see map, p. 424). The threatened Deignan's Babbler Stachyris rodolphei (classified as Vulnerable) is only known from this mountain, in bamboo forest between 1,000 and 1,700 m (Boonsong and Round 1991). However, it is difficult to distinguish in the field from Rufous-fronted Babbler S. rufifrons (with which it may be conspecific: C. R. Robson in litt. 1994), and may prove to occur elsewhere. More-widespread threatened species which occur here are Hume's Pheasant Syrmaticus humiae and Giant Nuthatch Sitta magna (both classified as Vulnerable). Doi Chiang Dao is designated as a Wildlife Sanctuary (IUCN 1992c).

Restricted-range species

Species IUCN Red List category
(Stachyris rodolphei) NR

Important Bird & Biodiversity Areas (IBAs)
Country IBA Name IBA Book Code

Threat and conservation

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Endemic Bird Areas factsheet: Doi Chiang Dao. Downloaded from http://datazone.birdlife.org/eba/factsheet/380 on 07/12/2023.