Black-rumped Flameback)were common and easy to find others rare and hard work (eg.
Lesser Yellownape). Here is the list of those seen: Speckled Piculet Picumnus innominatus malayorum,
Heart-spotted Woodpecker Hemicircus canente,
Brown-capped Pygmy Woodpecker Dendrocopos nanus cinereigula,
Lesser Yellownape Picus chlorolophus chlorigaster,
Black-rumped Flameback Dinopium benghalense puncticolle,
White-naped Woodpecker (Flameback) Chrysocolaptes festivus,
Greater Flameback Chrysocolaptes lucidus socialis (a male in the photo here) and White-bellied Woodpecker Dryocopus javensis hodgsonii.
White-bellied Woodpecker was the number one target of my fellow woodpecker-searching companion Simon, and I really wanted to see that species, too, due to it being a close relative of Black Woodpecker. We spent many hours trying to track it down, heard it drumming, saw the signs, and wondered where they where. Then we finally found 2 males, on the final two days. It was well worth the hard work we put in.