April was a busy month and there is a lot to show for it: four lifers, five trip reports, hey, life is good!
Another lifer was bagged in my second trip to the lake this year, making it my fourth lifer for the month.
How often do you go birding and get only 10 species on your entire morning trek but one of them just happens to be a Green Cochoa?
A breif survey of the Huay Hong Krai Watershed Station shows potential for being a very rewarding and rich birding site with increased visitors to the area.
A picture of peace and serenity. The sunlight fading in the distance and time for creation to relax and unwind at the end of a long and busy day. It couldn’t have been a better setting for a lovely photo.
A late afternoon trip to Beung Borapet showed just how rich this wetland is, even in the scorching heat of the summer and with the absence of wintering migrants.
A trip to Sapan Hin reveals surprises and plenty of bird life. Perhaps I was wrong to cross this site off as a dead end?