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krabi

  1. Female Oriental Magpie-Robin

    Female Oriental Magpie-Robin

    After a bath in a pond.
  2. Female Acisoma panorpoides panorpoides

    Female Acisoma panorpoides panorpoides

    or Trumpet Tail, Asian Pintail, Bulb-bodied Skimmer.
  3. Grey-bellied squirrel

    Grey-bellied squirrel

    Not as shy as one may think.
  4. Thoughtful

    Thoughtful

    Crab-eating macaque
  5. Asian glossy starling

    Asian glossy starling

    A typical roadside bird.
  6. Crab-eating macaque

    Crab-eating macaque

    Aka long-tailed macaque. Plenty of them in the mangroves. Macaca comes from the Portuguese word macaco, which was derived from makaku, a Fiot (West African language) word (kaku means monkey in Fiot). The specific epithet fascicularis is Latin for a small band or stripe. Sir Thomas Raffles, who...
  7. Asian water monitor

    Asian water monitor

    There was also a very old one. A huge example of its species. Unfortunately, one person teased it in a very disrespectful manner. I looked very angry at him, and he realized that I did not think that this is funny. The lizard was already too old and too weak for a strong reaction.
  8. Hunting perch

    Hunting perch

    Over a pond in the backyard of the resort garden.
  9. Common kingfisher

    Common kingfisher

    On its lookout in the backyard of the resort gardens. 8°05'05.2"N 98°55'06.6"E in Gmaps
  10. The Great Mormon

    The Great Mormon

    Behaviour This butterfly is found in forest clearings. It is very common and is also seen amongst human habitation. It visits flowers of Poinsettia, Jasminum, Lantana, Canna and Salvia. It usually flies 2 to 4 metres (6 ft 7 in to 13 ft 1 in) above the ground. The butterfly is known to...
  11. Kingfisher

    Kingfisher

    in the mangroves.
  12. Brown-winged kingfisher

    Brown-winged kingfisher

    The kf rewarded my patience with some close-ups.
  13. White-throated kingfisher

    White-throated kingfisher

    Greetings to the chef of the resort at that time, we talked about birds, in December 2019.
  14. Brown-winged kingfisher

    Brown-winged kingfisher

    Mangrove Forest Walkway.
  15. jbpixels

    Sombre Skimmer – Orthetrum sabina ? Please confirm or discard.

    Female? Captured December 2019 in Krabi, Thailand. A wide spread skimmer species. Thank you !!
  16. Crab-eating macaque or Long-tailed macaque

    Crab-eating macaque or Long-tailed macaque

    Mother with child. Lovely to see the attention of her baby.
  17. Olive-backed Sunbird

    Olive-backed Sunbird

    I believe female Olive-backed Sunbird.
  18. Greater coucal

    Greater coucal

    8.048354, 98.909901 (Google Maps). Info for the guys from NL that were eagerly waiting to capture this species in Nui Khumnangpaya's hide (Phetchaburi) in January 2020. Now do they know why I was pretty relaxed with this species. 😉
  19. Brown-winged kingfisher

    Brown-winged kingfisher

    Catch maybe was a cornetfish/flutemouth.
  20. Striated heron

    Striated heron

    Almost a double snack for the heron but the male escaped in time.
  21. Brahminy kite

    Brahminy kite

    Its favourite perch at a pond in Krabi.
  22. Oriental garden lizard

    Oriental garden lizard

    Instead of famous Gurney's Pitta, a hungry lizard with its breakfast.
  23. Indian white-eye (Zosterops palpebrosus)

    Indian white-eye (Zosterops palpebrosus)

    Hope my ID is correct.
  24. Orange-bellied flowerpecker (Dicaeum trigonostigma)

    Orange-bellied flowerpecker (Dicaeum trigonostigma)

    Scooter excursion (me) to lake Nong Thale.
  25. Brown-winged kingfisher

    Brown-winged kingfisher

    I spent a lot of time in the mangroves.
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