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

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A 16-day family vacation through the north of Thailand took us to Doi Intanon, Doi Chiang Dao and Doi Angkhang, and allowed us to find a few new birds and reconnect with plenty of old friends.

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A few birders predicted that cold temperatures should send an influx of thrushes into the country and they were right. Our Bird of the Month is one of those visitors which showed up en mass in the north: Chestnut Thrush.

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The Mountain Bamboo Partridge is a fairly common resident, and like its name suggests, is found in open forests and grasslands of the high mountains.

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The Spot breasted Parrotbill looks like something out of an arts and crafts project in a kindergarten classroom. But make no mistake, it is one cute and lovable little bird.

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Another lovely beauty of the north, the Chestnut tailed Minla is a resident of forests above 2000 m.

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Part two in a three part series covers the events which occurred during our nine-day visit to the north. -With Hans Van den Brink.

Categories: Trip Report

An eight-day photographic tour of northern Thailand and other sites started with a successful stopover at Sri Phang Nga where Banded Pitta, Chestnut naped Forktail and other excellent species were captured on film. -With Hans van den Brink.

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