Archive for the ‘Birds of Thailand’ Category

Mountain Imperial Pigeon

Mountain Imperial Pigeon is one of the largest pigeons I have ever seen and whereas many species in this family have been hunted to the verge of extinction, Mountain Imperial Pigeon seems to be doing fairly well, probably because it is restricted to the more inaccessible highlands. The call of this species is a very memorable, […]

Bulbuls Taking a Drink

Can you spot the odd one out? I photographed this group of Black-crested Bulbuls at Lung Sin Waterhole, near Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand, as they were taking a drink. If you look carefully you can see the black and yellow tipped tail of a single Black-headed Bulbul with them. This is a great place […]

Red Kite in Brecon Beacons NP

A few days ago I spent some time bird watching in the Brecon Beacons national Park, in South Wales, with Shuki Raviv where we were looking for Red Kites and Dippers. With the current abundance of Red Kite it did not take long for us to get excellent views of this spectacular raptor.