Mid-December a Barn Owl was sighted perched on a tall coconut stump at Pathumthani Rice Research Center. This was the … Continue reading Barn Owls in the Coconut Tree
Despite the name, Greater Painted-Snipes are not related to true Snipes. They belong to the Rostratulidae family of Painted-Snipes. They … Continue reading Great Luck with Greater Painted-Snipe
The Himalayan Griffon Vulture is one of the largest Vultures of the old world, with a wingspan which can reach … Continue reading Witnessing the Incredible Himalayan Griffon – and a Sad Ending Note.
If you previously read about my visits to Chaloem Kanchanaphisek Park & Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat Worawiharn you would know, … Continue reading Finally, a Kingfisher!
Thailand is home to 15 species of Kingfishers. Kingfishers are exciting birds to find in Bangkok, and the good news … Continue reading Bangkok City Kingfishers
Boobooks are true owls that belong to the genus of Ninox. Commonly referred to as Hawk-owls, they lack any distinct … Continue reading Bangkok Boobooks
There’s a popular spot for birding near the airport in Lat Krabang district of Bangkok. I decided to try it, … Continue reading Birds and Planes at Suvarnabhumi
Today was a gloomy day in Bangkok, with plenty of isolated rainfall. Not wanting to go far, I went for … Continue reading Peregrines of Phaya Thai District
Having missed Forest Wagtail on my previous visit to Phutthamonthon, today I thought it would be a good day to … Continue reading Forest Wagtails at the Park
The final day visiting Kaeng Krachan National Park started with the usual early wake-up. The nocturnal sounds of the forest … Continue reading Birding at Khao Phanoen Thung