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Foundation of Western Forest Complex Conservation 

Welcome to Nature...See Wildlife and Plant

One of the most unique, most untouched and most important forest areas in Asia.

Bird Conservation Society of Thailand

Bird Conservation Network

Welcome to Thailand

Green Business for Life



Bird is Life of this World



   Birdwatching is not just only the activity. But also the way to learn the world and living things. Once you realize that how beautiful the bird is ! Thus it means, you realize that how importance Life is !



Forest is Home

Khao Yai National Park...From the first National Park of Thailand to Natural World Heritage 2005


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THAILAND, the land of amazing Cultural and Natural World Heritageicon

Thailand is well recognized by avid birdwatchers as one of the most bird-rich countries in the world.


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Birdwatching in Thailand is always a colorful experienceicon

You can easily become a birdwatcher yourself !


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The area of Doi Inthanon is regarded as a vital watershed

In the upper reaches one encounters the Chestnut-tailed Minla and White-browed Shortwing


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Pinit Saeng-Kaewicon

He is the first birder in Thailand who sighted and reported the existence of a population of Ratchet-tailed Treepie in Kaeng Krachan


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Historical Background of Ecotourism in Thailand

Birdwatching is the one activity in Nature-based Ecotourism

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Oriental Magpie Robin

The Oriental Magpie Robin Copsychus saularis is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family Turdidae, but is now more generally considered to be an Old World flycatcher, family Muscicapidae. It is also known as Oriental Magpie Robin, Straits Robin and Magpie.

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Nok Chao Fah Ying SirindhornNok Chao Fah Ying Sirindhorn. Ornithologists believe the endangered Princess Bird is on the verge of extinction and can now only be found around Bueng Boraphet
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Gurney's Pitta Pitta gurneyi2005 IUCN Red List Category (as evaluated by BirdLife International - the official Red List Authority for birds for IUCN): Critically Endangered
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Thailand Hornbill ProjectThe Thailand Hornbill Project was initiated after Dr.Pilai Poonswad spent a brief spell in 1978 acting as a guide to a BBC film crew in Khao Yai
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National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department

National Park is an area that contains natural resource of ecological importance or unique beauty

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