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Bird Sightings (April 2010)
 Thailand Birdwatching Trips
  Day Trips : Some excellent birdwatching day trips can be arranged from Bangkok: day tour options.
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28/04/10 : The Masked Finfoot was still present close to Haew Suwat waterfall, Khao Yai on 26th April. - Ralph Parks & Nit Lawrence.

A Forest Wagtail was seen at Suan Rot Fai on 22nd April and a probable Blue-winged Pitta at the same location on 22nd. - Dave Gandy.

On 14th April a Little Stint and 50+ Red Knot were seen at Khok Kham. - Dave Gandy.

13/04/10 : A Forest Wagtail was seen at Thonburirom park, Bangkok on 8th April along with 10 Pink-necked Green Pigeons. - Nick Upton.

04/04/10 : A Rusty-naped Pitta was seen at Km 27, Kaeng Krachan on 2nd April 2010. Between Km 26-27.5, 3 Ratchet-tailed Treepies, a female Banded Kingfisher and 7 pairs of Long-tailed Broadbills were seen. Also on 2nd a pair of Black-and-red Broadbills were present at Km 13 and a Chestnut-winged Cuckoo at Km 25. On 1st April a male Eared Pitta was seen at stream 3, Kaeng Krachan. Between streams 2 and 3, on the same date, 4 Silver-breasted Broadbills, 1 Black-and-yellow Broadbill and a pair of Banded Broadbills were seen as was a single Rusty-cheeked Hornbill bringing food to a nest. - Nick Upton & Srasri Phiromyothee.














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