Good walkways at the resort for birdwatching.
The national park has miles of good walkways, but the rain which I had most days while I was there, can make them very slippery indeed.
The wet weather brought out lots of young and adult Giant Snails, which have a shell over 2 inches across.
The millipedes were also on the move.
The muddy walk to Paka Waterfall along the base of the limestone cliffs, was one of the best areas for birding.
Oops, that 'N' can be tricky. Maybe a Russian sign maker?
The huge tree butresses are home to a number of animals, such as this Three-keeled Ground Skink (Mabuya rudis).
A beautiful Blue-bellied Litter Skink (Spenomorphus cyanolaemus). A new one for me!
A friendly Rough-backed Ground Skink (Mabuya rugifera) along a walkway.
An amazing pair of Lantern Bugs.
A hard to see Giant Stick-Insect.
It's hard to make out, but it's the head with eyes.
One of the highlights for me at Mulu was a fruiting fig tree along the river trail, which was full of feeding birds, such as Asian Fairy-Bluebirds and Green Broadbills. Two birds my wife Liz has not seen yet - not happy!
Here is a list of the birds seen at Mulu National Park and the Resort Tuesday 12 - Friday 15 October 2010.
Banded Bay Cuckoo
Asian Brown Flycatcher