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News and Information on Birding Sites Throughout Thailand and the Andaman

The White Gorgeted Flycatcher is a typical flycatcher, found along damp gullies or small brooks in submontane forests of the mountains.

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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 Blue Whistling Thrush is a large, robust bird which is found throughout northern Thailand and among the karst and limestone forests of southern Thailand.

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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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Everyone loves to see a pitta and this month’s special is one of the shyest of all pitta in Thailand: the Rusty naped Pitta.

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