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News and Information on Birding Sites Throughout Thailand and the Andaman

Krung Ching Waterfall, a substation on Khao Luang National Park, ranks as one of the best birdwatching sites in southern Thailand. With over 360 species found in the park, it is a place few birders would want to pass up.

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Baan Song Nok is well-known among the birdwatching community as a place to photograph and view over 150 fantastic bird species.

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Klong Lumchan Non-Hunting Area is touted as a local Waterfowl Sanctuary, but don't be fooled by its impressive title; the site is as lifeless as a cemetery.

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The Forest Nursery in Talang is a collection of secondary growth and forest plantation located near the airport. It holds some of the best remaining patches of forest on the island. -If only the same could be said for the birds found there.

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Thailand's northwesternmost frontier in the Andaman Sea and home to the endangered Beach Thick Knee, Mu Koh Surin is a breathtaking collection of islets which deserve attention from birders and divers alike.

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Phuket's oldest and most frequented public park is a place for recreation and relaxation, but not for birding. -Unless you are a photographer and are happy with capturing the common species on film.

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Baan Pak Talae, a quiet seaside community in Petchaburi, doesn't sound much like a prime birding site. However, this is the best location in Southeast Asia to twitch the endangered Spoon billed Sandpiper.

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Located a few kilometers south of Prachuap Kirikan, Haat Wanakorn is one of Thailand's newest marine parks and home to almost 150 species of birds.

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One of the last untouched wildernesses of southern Thailand, Klong Saen - Cheio Laan Lake is a place few birders and nature lovers would want to miss out on.

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-Have an itch to see a certain bird but can't figure out where it hangs out? Our Top Ten Most Wanted Birds in the South may have the answer you need!

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