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Bird Sightings (May 2011)
 Thailand Bird Watching Trips
  Day Trips :
Some excellent bird watching day trips can be arranged from Bangkok: day tour options.
  Longer Tours :
Extended tours will result in more sightings. Check the suggested itineraries: Thailand bird tours.
08/05/11: A Sooty Gull was present at Bang Poo from 13th April to 2nd May. - Numerous observers.

On 2nd May 2 Brown Boobies were seen in flight halway between Ko Lanta and Ko Rok; approximately 10 Bridled Terns were also seen. - Frank Dijkstra.

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  A rainy morning, on 2nd May, at Sri Nakorn Kuan Kan Park, Samut Prakarn, produced a few migrants; 63 Chinese Pond Herons, 8 Black Bitterns, 1 female Eyebrowed Thrush, 2 Forest Wagtails, 1 Crow-billed Drongo, 2 Brown-streaked Flycatchers and 3 Blue-tailed Bee-eaters. Resident birds included 3 Stork-billed Kingfishers, 20+ Pink-necked Green Pigeons, 4 Vinous-breasted Starlings and a Laced Woodpecker. 3 escaped Tanimbar Corellas are also resident in the park. - Nick Upton

A Purple Cochoa was seen at Doi Phu Kha on 1st May. - Piti Rothineelakul, Phil D. Round et al.
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