Ian's find of a Malaysian Honeyguide in Krung Ching tops the highlights of the month, and February overall seemed like a pretty good month for birding.
We are planning an offshore trip to survey the pelagics off southern Phuket on either the 14th or the 26th of March. Interested parties please read this post for more details.
Mr. Rolf Persson, a visiting birder from Sweden, and I went on a one-day trip to Sri Phang Nga and Muang Phang Nga on the 16th. Attached is the final report of the trip, along with the bird checklist and details of the outing.
Photo of the Month goes to Rosie Suriwong, my wife and aspiring photographer, who shot this photo of a Common Iora at a municipal park last year.
Construction has begun at TMGC and it seems like the site will be closed indefinitely to the public and birders alike.
Birds are known to do a great deal of interesting and sometimes seemingly bizarre things in the normal course of their daily lives. Until just recently, blushing was not one of them. -by Ms. Chantelle Voss