Oriolus xanthornus, 'Black-hooded Oriole'.
Pericrocotus cinnamomeus, 'Small Minivet'. Found from India, across south-east Asia to Java.
Rhipidura javanica, 'Malaysian Pied Fantail'.
Rhipidura aureola, 'White-browed Fantail'. Found in open habitats across tropical Asia.
Lanius collurioides, 'Burmese Shrike'. Found in many habitats across mainland south-east Asia.
Prinia polychroa, 'Brown Prinia'.
Prinia rufescens, 'Rufescent Prinia'. Found throughout mainland south-east Asia.
Hirundo rustica, 'Barn Swallow'. The most widespread species of swallow in the world.
Pycnonotus flaviventris, 'Black-crested Bulbul'. Distinctive tall black crest. Bright surprised yellow eye with large black pupil. Sometimes a red throat patch is seen. Common throughout south-east Asia, especially in more open habitats. Found from India across south-east Asian mainland to Singapore.
Sitta frontalis 'Velvet-fronted Nuthatch'.
Leucopsar rothschildi, 'Bali Myna', 'Bali Starling'. Endemic to Bali. Rare; there may be less than 100 bird left in the wild.
Copsychus fulicatus, 'Indian Robin'. Found in open habitats across India and surrounding countries.
Saxicola caprata, 'Pied Bushchat'. A widespread bird with many sub-species, distributed from the Middle East, through India, South-east Asia and to New Guinea.
Cinnyris asiaticus, 'Purple Sunbird'. Adult males may appear dark from a distance but close up and with good light are irridesent glossy black purple. As males grow from immature to adult they are blotchy, white with patches of purple.
Cinnyris jugularis, 'Olive backed/Yellow-bellied Sunbird'. Common in many habitats, including dry forest and urban areas. Found in northern Australia, New Guinea and south-east Asia. However, this species is probably made up of many different species across it's range.
Chloropsis aurifrons, 'Golden-fronted Leafbird'. Widespread throughout tropical Asia.