An eight-day photographic tour of northern Thailand and other sites started with a successful stopover at Sri Phang Nga where Banded Pitta, Chestnut naped Forktail and other excellent species were captured on film. -With Hans van den Brink.
A New Years trip to Bangkok nets me my first Spoon billed Sandpiper and a host of other excellent birds during a family vacation.
A two-day expedition hampered by poor weather nets a total of 109 species, including Blyth's Hawk Eagle and Spotted Wood Owl. -With Sarianne and Lauri Hallamaki.
A five-day trip to Krung Ching connected us with dozens of fabulous birds and and resulted in 125 species seen in a season notorious for being quiet for birdwatching.
A six-day trip through Klong Saeng, Krung Ching and Sri Phang Nga netted 129 species including Bat Hawk, Javan Frogmouth and Rufous collared Kingfisher. Click here to read more.
A four-day holiday offered us the chance to get out and do some exploring. With three kids in tow and a car loaded with supplies, we set out on a trip which took us to the underwatched province of Ranong. Sites visited included Klong Naka Wildlife Sanctuary, Ranong Biosphere Reserve and Ngao National Park. Click here to read more.
A five-day trip to ten sites in four provinces nets 186 species including five hornbills, five broadbills, two pitta and more. -With Kurt Pohlman.
A two-day vacation to Phang Nga with the family offers a bit of time for birding and the result is 93 species and a truckload of happy kids!
A three day trip to three of the highest mountains in the north nets over 100 species despite poor weather.
A birding trip to Phang Nga was dampened by rainy weather but with 78 species seen and a number of quality birds logged, who can complain?