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White-handed Gibbon, Kaeng Krachan


White-handed Gibbon, Khao Yai



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Finest birding in Asia


Blue-throated Barbet

Panoeng Thoeng, Kaeng krachan



Ashy Drongo (leucogenis), Khao Yai


Crested Serpent Eagle, Kaeng Krachan


Anyway, I made an attempt to fit

that tail in all the way to the end...

Kaeng Krachan


Fire-breasted Flowerpecker, KK


Silver Pheasant, KK


Painted Stork

Laem Pak Bia



All the bird photographs taken

 on the trip are opportunity shots.








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B2Central Thailand 2012


5 -10 December

Participants; Jean-Francois Bourhis, Tony Kinread, John Overfield,

Sheryl DeVore, Steven Bailey.


Kaeng Krachan National Park, Pak Thale - Laem Pak Bia,

Wat Phra Phuttabath Noi, Khao Yai National Park


An extension to our 'Mountains of the North' main tour. (photos)


On this page you may find a selection of opportunity shots made on the trip by Stijn, full report will upload later.



Chestnut-headed Bee-eater                                Kaeng Krachan                                            Lesser Mouse Deer



A Dark-sided Flycatcher posing for us at Panoeng Thung. Not so easy to find; White-fronted Scops Owl, Bang Krang.



-'Synchronized preening'- More fun in Thailand!



Butterflies and superb forests ; Kaeng Krachan National Park!



               Spot-billed Pelican, Laem Pak bia                                       Asian Dowitchers, Pak Thale



        The permanent hides set up at waterholes near Kaeng Krachan always provide with some perfect photo

        opportunities. Here a lovely couple showing at close range; Lesser and Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush.



             Verditer Flycatcher                           Wedge-tailed Pigeon                       Limestone Wren Babbler



                Blue-eared Barbet, Kaeng Krachan                             Burmese Shrike, Wat Phra Phuttabat Noi 



                           Count? Great Knots.                                        Record shot? Ratchet-tailed Treepie.



                            Colour? Red.                                                                  Hornbill? Pied.



        Stripe-throated Bulbul                         Red-headed Trogon                         Orange-breasted Trogon



A bit of colour in the forest canopy and a lot of colour in the birds are features of Kaeng Krachan NP!


Pair to compare.