Rains and poor weather dominated a rough month of August, and a few wintering visitors are beginning to trickle in.
Bangkok Post ran a long article on hornbills which spans two pages in the “Life” section of their August 29 2011 edition.
The first week of the Chumporn Raptor Festival is now in the history books. Attached is the report of the comings and goings of the birds around Pencil Hill, by Dr. Robert and Khun Chukiat.
The Chumporn Raptor Festival is still a few weeks away but many of the big names from the event have arrived and are setting up shop on the two main landmarks, Pencil Hill and Radar Hill.
-Chest out, legs apart, butt up ... who cares what the pose is? -When you're a star, you can get away with anything!
Talks within government point to a catastrophic event which will eliminate all the wader wintering sites in the inner gulf in ten years. -Is it time to start freaking out?
An excerpt from an article in Bangkok Post highlights the possibility of a comeback for the Sarus Crane in Thailand. -Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.
While tigers have been hunted out in some parts of the country, other places are now worried about the potential of overcrowding. Article from Bangkok Post and photo courtesy of Animal Planet.