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News and Information on Birding Sites Throughout Thailand and the Andaman

The Black breasted Thrush is a rare but annual winter visitor to the high mountains of northern Thailand.

Categories: Bird of the Month

Among the most brilliantly colored finches in Thailand, the Pin tailed Parrotfinch is a bird which excites birders and photographers alike.

Categories: Bird of the Month

The Eurasian Wryneck is a winter visitor which can be found throughout Thailand and is our Bird of the Month for November.

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The Asian Emerald Cuckoo is among the most colorful and most sought-after of all cuckoos in Thailand - and its easy to see why!

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The White bellied Yuhina is a small insectivore found throughout South East Asia. New research has suggested it is in fact a separate species, erpornis.

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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.

Categories: Field Report

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.

Categories: Reviews
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