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There are many birds and animals from several zoogeographic zones residing together in Thailand. Comparing to our neighborhood countries, Thailand has a unique outstanding zoogeography. "Spoonbill Sandpiper."
There are many birds and animals from several zoogeographic zones residing together in Thailand. Comparing to our neighborhood countries, Thailand has a unique outstanding zoogeography.
8 Day Bird Watching Tour of Northern Thailand
Chiang Mai - Doi Inthanon - Doi Chiang Dao - Doi Ang Khang - Doi Lang - Chiang San
Duration : 8 Days at North of Thailand
Tour Start & End : Chiang Mai
Tour pace & walking : Moderate
Expect to see : November – February 270 specie +
March – May 200 specie +
Photographic Opportunities : December - March is excellent
Tour Fact Sheet & Bird Highlight
Around Chiang Mai > Green Peafowl, Rufous Treepie
Doi Inthanon > Green-tailed Sunbird, Ashy-throated Warbler, Black-tailed Crake, Green Cochoa, White-rumped Falcon, Hodgson’s Frogmouth,
Doi Ang Khang > Giant Nuthatch, Rusty-naped Pitta, Red-faced Liocichla
Doi Lang (Mon Jam)> Hume's Pheasant, Cutia, Spot-breasted Parrotbill, Spot-breasted Laughingthrush,
Chiang San & Mae Klong Giant River > Pied Harrier, Firethroat, Jordon Buschat, Small Paincole, Red Avadavat
Habitats Covered : Hill evergreen forest, Wet Land on summit, Rice Filed, Pine Forest, Deciduous forest, Lake, River
Accommodation : Comfortable hotel
Read the whole Itinerary here (PDF Document)
All THB. Cost Included
Bird guide speak english with telescope
All ground transfer
Meals as indicated and Unlimited cold water bottle
All park entrance fees
Accommodation base twin bed room or double bed room
COLEMAN Camping Equipment : Private Tent, Blanket, Towel
Filed Equipment : Leech sock, hide tent
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Excluded : Thai massage, Laundry, Any kind beverage alcoholic and refreshment, Any kind snack, Extra bed, Counter bar, Personal tip.
This’s itinerary best for migrant bird mid November – April and then June – July.
This is a sample itinerary, and the routes and timing may change according to local conditions, but the general content of the trip will remain the same.
Things to Bring: Blind sheet or hidden gear, Light walking boots or sports shoes, Long trousers and long-sleeved shirt for walking in the forest, Plastic cover sheet, Slippers, Mosquito repellent, hat and Lotion sun block.
This’s program good for birder & bird photographer (for bird only photography please specify).
All trips are available year round, but prices may be adjusted around special holidays. Advance booking is required. Allow minimum two months prior to departure date.
To check availability for tours on short notice, fill out “Request for Quote” form with desirable dates.
Please send a message to Par.
Hi Par, I want to thank you for an amazing experience - you worked very hard, and so did I! But, the results were worth it all. My highlights would definitely be the Spoonbilled Sandpiper, Silver Oriole, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, all the Kingfishers, and Stonechat. I thought Khao Yai was fantastic and we will spend more time there next time.
Cheers, K C Choo, Canada, www.kcchoophoto.com
Hello Par, We enjoyed the trip very much. No complaint from anyone. Steven like your company service better than from the other company...so He want to go again in December with BirdEco. Do not worry ...we are only 50% birder...So saw so many lifer in this trip and is very happy. I think altogether he spotted about 25 lifers. Steven (sharkspin) got his Indian Roller/Green Bee-eater and Hoopoe....and he have good food so he is very happy. Me? I got many action shot of Gulls and terns in breeding plumage. Also got the Green Bee-eater nest...so I am happy. We had a good time ....and enjoyed having MAC and Pank to be our guide too. I will definately plan another trip to Thailand and will definately use WildBirdEco because of the good service and more importantly ...because of my friends who are WildBirdEco. Or maybe Sharkspin will plan ...he is hooked.
Hilary Hoe, Singapore, www.fleetingvisions.com/
Some facts about Thailand.
Thailand is a country in South-East Asia with coasts on the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. It borders Myanmar (Burma) to the north-west, Laos to the north-east, Cambodia to the south-east and Malaysia to the south. With great food, a tropical climate, fascinating culture and, hey, great beaches, Thailand is a magnet for travellers the world over.
More facts about Thailand.
Guide books and CD’s recommended:
A Field Guide to the Birds of Thailand and South-East Asia - Craig Robson
A Field Guide to the Birds of Thailand - Craig Robson
A Field Guide to the Birds of Thailand - Boonsong Lekagul & Philip D.Round
A Field Guide to the Water Birds of Asia – Bharat Bhushan
A Photographic Guide to Mammals of Thailand & South-East Asia – Charles M.Francis
A Field Guide to Mammals of Thailand – John Par
Note: To ascertain tour availability and best pricing, select a week for departure date. e.g. Sep 01 - 07
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