A two-day trip to the Surin Islands failed to produce sightings of Beach thick Knee, but still resulted in almost 50 species seen, along with one lifer.
Javan Frogmouth, Banded Pitta and Ruddy Kingfisher were among the highlights for a day which netted over 70 species for the lists. -With Hakan and Rolf Petersson.
No one likes having rotten bananas on the property, but the birds do, and for a spell we had our very own bird feeder and an opportunity to cash in with some photography.
Any trip with Banded Pitta on the books is a good trip. -Throw in Mangrove Pitta, Orange headed Thrush. Lesser Fish Eagle and Crested Jay and suddenly it becomes a party! -With Wilson and Peggy Dring
Two days of birding around Phang Nga and Phuket nets a total of 102 species with specials such as Oriental Darter and Blyths Hawk Eagle.
Birders on vacation in Phuket, pay attention: you might never get this up-close and personal with a wild hornbill anywhere else.
76 species were seen on this single-day trip, which took us to most of the major sites on Phang Nga's west coast. -With Andy Bond.
A trip around Phang Nga in mid-November netted 88 species with highlights such as Rosy Starling and Lesser Fish Eagle.
August is generally not listed among the high months for birdwatching, but the unusually dry weather and abundance of fruiting trees set the stage for a fantastic day of birding. Click here to read more.
A trip to Ranong for an English Camp provided me with an opportunity to look more into this nature-rich province and see what secrets it may be hiding.