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A three-day trip to the wilderness of Klong Saeng and Sri Phang Nga found us six species of hornbill and some fabulous specialties such as Helmeted Hornbill and Grey headed Fish Eagle.

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.

Two days and one night trip at various stations of Sri Phang Nga revealed the diversity this fantastic park has to offer. -With Terry Goble from England.

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A three-day trip through three national parks was highlighted by sightings of Banded Pitta, Lesser Fish Eagle, Red bearded Bee Eater, Spotted Wood Owl and numerous species of hornbill. -With Raymond and Deborah Tonella.

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Black and Red Broadbill, Red bearded Bee Eater, Banded Pitta, Large Blue Flycatcher and Chestnut naped Forktail were highlights on a visit to Sri Phang Nga National Park.

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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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