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Wreathed Hornbill, Lesser Fish Eagle, Banded Pitta, Large Blue Flycatcher and Chestnut naped Forktails were a few highlights from a two-day trip to Klong Saen and Sri Phang Nga.

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The Forest Nursery in Talang is a collection of secondary growth and forest plantation located near the airport. It holds some of the best remaining patches of forest on the island. -If only the same could be said for the birds found there.

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Thailand's northwesternmost frontier in the Andaman Sea and home to the endangered Beach Thick Knee, Mu Koh Surin is a breathtaking collection of islets which deserve attention from birders and divers alike.

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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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From the 8-14 of September I undertook a week-long photographic tour of south Thailand with Stan Lee, Leung Kam Hung, Tse Wai Tung and Lee Chak Ming, members of the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society.

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A first of three wet season trips for September, from the 1st to the 7th, K.C Kong and I took a 1300-kilometer trip through southern Thailand in search of resident birds to photograph.

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A two-day trip to the Surin Islands failed to produce sightings of Beach thick Knee, but still resulted in almost 50 species seen, along with one lifer.

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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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Any trip with Banded Pitta on the books is a good trip. -Throw in Mangrove Pitta, Orange headed Thrush. Lesser Fish Eagle and Crested Jay and suddenly it becomes a party! -With Wilson and Peggy Dring

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One of the last untouched wildernesses of southern Thailand, Klong Saen - Cheio Laan Lake is a place few birders and nature lovers would want to miss out on.

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