News and Information on Birding Sites Throughout Thailand and the Andaman

The Long tailed Broadbill is the fashion statement of the broadbill family and easily trumps as the most colorful of all broadbills in Thailand.

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The Bar backed Partridge is a cute-and-cuddly ball of fluff which can be found in forests throughout the north and central regions.

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The Banded Broadbill is a medium-sized broadbill and endemic to forests throughout Southeast Asia. Loss of habitat is threatening this beautiful bird, and its status is listed as Vulnerable in the IUCN Redlist.

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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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Tits are marvelous little songbirds, loved by many but considered pests by some. This month we would like to introduce the King of Tits, the Sultan Tit.

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Two popular sites for bird photography in the kingdom, Mae Wong and Kaeng Krachan National Parks, were visited in November. -With Hans Van den Brink.

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