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News and Information on Birding Sites Throughout Thailand and the Andaman

The Hairy backed Bulbul is a small bulbul found throughout southern Thailand and the islands of Indonesia. It's commonly encountered around fruiting trees and watering holes in rainforests.

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The White Gorgeted Flycatcher is a typical flycatcher, found along damp gullies or small brooks in submontane forests of the mountains.

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The Bar backed Partridge is a cute-and-cuddly ball of fluff which can be found in forests throughout the north and central regions.

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The Blue Whistling Thrush is a large, robust bird which is found throughout northern Thailand and among the karst and limestone forests of southern Thailand.

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The Blue winged Pitta is a common monsoon season visitor which is found all throughout Thailand from the months of April through October.

The Spectacled Bulbul is a common resident and forest frugivore of southern Thailand which is often confused with the Red eyed Bulbul.

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The Banded Broadbill is a medium-sized broadbill and endemic to forests throughout Southeast Asia. Loss of habitat is threatening this beautiful bird, and its status is listed as Vulnerable in the IUCN Redlist.

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The Common Iora is an urban and forest bird, highly adaptable and sometimes confiding. It is found all throughout Thailand in forests, mangroves, towns and even the heart of Bangkok.

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The Green Peafowl is the second largest galliform found in Thailand and among the most beautiful of all peafowl found on earth.

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