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  1. Golden-throated Barbet

    Golden-throated Barbet

    We heard something punching a tree " tok..tok..pok.." We walked into the trail to find it (with our 12 friends, big group). And we found a beautiful barbet!. It's not be shy. It was looking for some foods. When it tired, it perched on small brance near that tree. It stayed very long...
  2. Chestnut-naped Forktail

    Chestnut-naped Forktail

    We think this bird is the most beautiful Forktail in Thailand. ----------------------------------------------- Visit our website at www.naturefocusthailand.com
  3. Blue-bearded Bee-eater

    Blue-bearded Bee-eater

    Birds came to take sunbath on the same tree everyday. ---------------------------- Visit our Gallery at www.naturefocusthailand.com
  4. Brown-throated Sunbird

    Brown-throated Sunbird

    Female of Brown-throated Sunbird was feeding papaya.
  5. Orange Gull

    Orange Gull

    From Kaeng Krachan National Park at Phetchaburi Province, Thailand. One of the best place to butterflies watching in Thailand.
  6. Brown-throated Sunbird

    Brown-throated Sunbird

    This bird visits our bird table everyday.We think it may be have a nest somewhere in our house.
  7. Nature Focus

    Comment by 'Nature Focus' in media 'Peregrine'

    Wow! It's amazing shot.
  8. Dusky Broadbill

    Dusky Broadbill

    This bird perched over the road.
  9. Nature Focus

    Comment by 'Nature Focus' in media 'Red-faced Liocichla'

    This species is uncommon(only in some place) in Thailand. It's very difficult to take photo because it usually feed in the bush and move all the time. We are very lucky to get the photo.
  10. Red-faced Liocichla

    Red-faced Liocichla

    It's very misty morning. We waited and took the photo when mist gone. It's only one shot.
  11. Nature Focus

    Hello from Nature Focus

    Hello All, We are new member of birdforum. We are birders from Thailand. We start the first photo from our last trip in north Thailand. Hope you enjoy it. ;)
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