Birds of Thailand – Picture Essay

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Ko Rang Island
Ko Rang Island

My first visit to Thailand last month to Koh Chang and Bangkok, brought me up close to a facet of the country that is not often spoken about – that of its avian life. The islands are abound with nature and greenery is all around. The perfect landscape seems like a painting and naturally are a hotspot for birds. Here are some birds I saw in Thailand. If some names are wrong, am happy to be corrected.

Pacific Swallow
Pacific Swallow
Mynah
Mynah
A peacock posing in Koh Chang
A peacock posing in Koh Chang
Close up of the peacock
Close up of the peacock
Purple Rumped Sunbird
Purple Rumped Sunbird
Olive-backed Sunbird
Olive-backed Sunbird
Gray-eyed Bulbul
Gray-eyed Bulbul
Sparrows
Sparrows
Oriental Magpie Robin
Oriental Magpie Robin
Great Egret
Great Egret
Cormorant
Cormorant
White-Breasted Nuthatch
White-Breasted Nuthatch
Zebra Dove
Zebra Dove
Pair of Oystercatchers
Pair of Oystercatchers
White-vented Myna
White-vented Myna

 

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