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A three-day trip around central and northeastern Thailand in search of the White browed Fantail led us to visit a new site and netted five lifers for my lists -with Peter Ericsson.

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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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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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Thee Siberian Rubythroat is a fabulous bird which is adored by birdwatchers throughout the world. Photo by Peter Ericssion.

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The Black headed Woodpecker is no doubt the most colorful of all woodpeckers in Thailand and one which looks like it was borrowed from a Disney cartoon.

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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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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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The Purple Sunbird is a common resident of continental Thailand and can be found almost anywhere where there are flowers oozing with sweet, sticky nectar.

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