News and Information on Birding Sites Throughout Thailand and the Andaman

The Lesser Adjutant is a large stork which is becoming increasingly rare in Thailand and throughout its range. -So rare, in fact, that the BCST ranks the bird as "endangered".

Categories: Bird of the Month

A visit to Mu Koh Surin enabled us to find and photograph one of the rarest waders in the kingdom, the enigmatic Beach Thick Knee - With Derek and Val Hoit.

Categories: Trip Report

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.

Categories: Field Report

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.

Categories: Reviews

Black and Red Broadbill, Red bearded Bee Eater, Banded Pitta, Large Blue Flycatcher and Chestnut naped Forktail were highlights on a visit to Sri Phang Nga National Park.

Categories: Field Report

The Asian Waterbird Census is being held from the 11-31 of January 2013. The BCST is asking for input from birders in an attempt to gain as much coverage as possible.

Categories: Events

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!

Categories: News

From the 21st though the 25th of October I took my family on a short vacation through four provinces in the south of Thailand.

Categories: Trip Report
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