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A three-day trip to the wilderness of Klong Saeng and Sri Phang Nga found us six species of hornbill and some fabulous specialties such as Helmeted Hornbill and Grey headed Fish Eagle.

A day trip to Phang Nga netted us 42 species including highlights such as Banded Pitta, Chestnut naped Forktail and Spotted Wood Owl. -With Jarmo Komi

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A trip through Phang Nga and Klong Saen allowed us to find a number of excellent species with highlights such as Bushy Crested Hornbill, Oriental Hobby, Banded Pitta, Chestnut napped Forktail, Brown Winged Kingfisher and Spotted Wood Owl.

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A trip to Sri Phang Nga and Klong Saen ends with sightings of Oriental Hobby, Bat Hawk, Red Bearded Bee Eater, Banded Pitta and a surprise entree: Malayan Tapir! -With Alan and Val Greggains.

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Our first expedition for 2015 took us to Koh Pratong Island where we twitched the ultra-rare Cinnamon Headed Green Pigeon and Lesser Adjutant. -With Andrew Pierce.

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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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A photographic expedition focusing on quality shots of pittas ends with two pitta and a number of other excellent birds caught on film. -With Hans Van den Brink.

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Three pittas, the Malaysian Rail Babbler and dozens of other excellent birds highlighted a recent four day trip through three national parks in southern Thailand. -With Harry and Anita Miller.

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Sri Phang Nga National Park kept us busy for the whole day and we encountered dozens of fantastic birds including kingfishers, pittas, broadbills and even a frogmouth -with Nigel Hartley and Marcus I'anson.

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Two days and one night trip at various stations of Sri Phang Nga revealed the diversity this fantastic park has to offer. -With Terry Goble from England.

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