Another lovely beauty of the north, the Chestnut tailed Minla is a resident of forests above 2000 m.
The Citrine Wagtail is a fabulous bird which is found throughout much of continental Thailand.
This month’s spotlight is centered on a bird which is quite familiar to Europeans but still unknown to many Thai birders: the Eurasian Woodcock.
Everyone loves to see a pitta and this month’s special is one of the shyest of all pitta in Thailand: the Rusty naped Pitta.
The Purple Sunbird is a common resident of continental Thailand and can be found almost anywhere where there are flowers oozing with sweet, sticky nectar.
This month we truly have something special to celebrate: the first photos ever taken in the wild of the Spot breasted Laughingthrush.
From the mountains of the north, the lovely Silver eared Mesia is one bird which few birders will have an easy time forgetting.
The Chinese Blue Flycatcher is a split from the Blue Throated Flycatcher and is one of the most commonly encountered blue flycatchers in the south during the dry season.
This may look like time-lapse photography but its actually just a group of Terek Sandpipers waiting their turn to take to the skies. Photo by Mr. Peter Ericsson.
One of the rarest and most sought-after owls in the country, the White fronted Scops Owl is a fantastic bird which can be twitched at Kaeng Krachan National Park . Click here to read more.