Ian's trip to Krabi takes centerstage in this month's report, and three new reviews were added to the site.
Mr. Kittipon Bouranasompop and Dr. Robert Di Candido’s report shows how converting poachers to conservation isn’t difficult with a little luck and a good workable solution.
An article from the Birding Asia Magazine by Dr. Robert DiCandido and Mr. Chukiat offers a glimpse into the annual Chumporn Raptor Watch Festival.
Copper throated Sunbird, Fluffy backed Tit-Babbler and Blue banded Kingfisher are some of many good birds seen by Ian and Dave around Krabi and Phang Nga.
A weekend trip to Sirinat National Park near the Sarasin Bridge churns out 32 species including 3 Blue Winged Pitta.
A bird which is so hard to find in the wild can be easily seen at Huay Hong Krai Station in Chiang Mai.
An English Camp for a school on a remote island in Phang Nga bay isn't too much to complain about, especially if you get to do some birding on the sidelines!