Lake Baray, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Lake Baray is north of Siem Reap, towards the air port. There is a road that goes around the perimeter and there are lots of great bush along that road. I went with my bike driver. I only had a couple of hours there but I saw a couple of great birds and I think it might have good potential for birding.
This photo shows both the male and female Pink-necked Green-pigeon (Treron vernans). The male with the pink neck is on the left. The female has a gray-green crown and nape. I also spotted some Asian House-martin (Delichon dasypus) and a solitary Oriental Darter (Anhinga melanogaster) flying overhead.
The Dark-necked Tailorbird (Orthotomus atrogularis) is similar to the Common Tailorbird but has a blackish lower throat and upper breast. The tail is much shorter and has a yellow vent.
I thought this was a drongo at first, but luckily I looked at the Racket-tailed Treepie (Crypsirina cucullata) on another page of Robson. It is all black with long spatulate-shaped tail. They can be confused with drongos when the tail is worn but they can be identified because of their short thick bill(do not confuse with Crow-billed Drongo) and light blue eyes.
Other places to go around Siem Reap include Phnom Kulen and Kbal Spean which has the Angkor Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, a rescue center for birds and animals.
Lake Baray Bird list
Pink-necked Green-pigeon (Treron vernans)
Asian House-martin (Delichon dasypus)
Oriental Darter (Anhinga melanogaster)
Dark-necked Tailorbird (Orthotomus atrogularis)
Racket-tailed Treepie (Crypsirina cucullata)
Crested Myna (Acidotheres cristatellus)