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News and Information on Birding Sites Throughout Thailand and the Andaman

We have complied a list of stakeouts of special birds which can be found in southern Thailand, posted for the benefit of birdwatchers who may be planning a trip and are assessing their options. –Happy hunting!

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This article first appeared in the Forktail magazine for 2010. The studies were undertaken during the same period as the annual raptor migration was taking place in Chumporn.

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Everyone has a list of birds they are aiming to see in their own homecountry or in the country they are visiting. The Bird Conservation Society of Thailand recently released their list, and so I decided to make one of my own as well!

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Here is something that will keep nature lovers on the road for a while: a passport to all the national parks in Thailand!

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The thronging crowds of birders and photographers visiting Sri Phang Nga to see the Banded Pitta have forced the staff to implement new rules which will affect all birders visiting this National Park.

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Entry Fees for 29 "Grade A" National Parks throughout Thailand will take a 150% hike this year. Prices for Thais will increase from 40 baht to 100 baht per person, while foreigners will pay 500 baht, an increase of 100 baht per head. Click here to read more.

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The National Parks department of Thailand (DNP) has rescinded their “one-day multi-site ” deal. The now defunct deal allowed tourists to pay an entry fee at any national park and use the tickets to enter another national park, provided it is all done on the same day of within 24 hours of purchasing the original ticket.

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The new bird checklist of Thailand has been released and features 1,012 species, the third highest list for Southeast Asian nations.

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I’m afraid there will be no pelagic trips for the migrating season due to the violent weather we’ve been facing.

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-Could it be that there is more that meets the eye than just terrorists targeting civilians in Kolok? -You decide.

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