News and Information on Birding Sites Throughout Thailand and the Andaman

With the heat rising and the dry season in full swing, birding has improved and many species of birds are beginning their breeding cycle. A day around Sri Phang Nga proved just that.

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 three-day trip to Krung Ching netted us a huge collection of special birds, with Malaysian Rail Babbler, Red crowned Barbet, Maroon breasted Philentoma and Green Broadbill among the headlights.

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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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From the 14-21 I joined Y.H Tong, Chan Ruth, Raymond Lui and F.W Wong on an eight-day journey through the south to photograph some resident species during the wet season.

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From the 8-14 of September I undertook a week-long photographic tour of south Thailand with Stan Lee, Leung Kam Hung, Tse Wai Tung and Lee Chak Ming, members of the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society.

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A first of three wet season trips for September, from the 1st to the 7th, K.C Kong and I took a 1300-kilometer trip through southern Thailand in search of resident birds to photograph.

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A two day trip to Sri Phang Nga allowed us to find three species of braodbills, two species of woodpecker and a beautiful Banded Pitta. -With Nigel Marvin

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