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Pinit Saeng-Kaew article

On the left hand is Pinit in field of teaching the children

PINIT SAENGKAEW  :Born 1957.   A university graduate in Political Science and an accountant by his career.  As a nature-lover, particularly in trekking and birdwatching, Pinit spends more than 15 years, almost half of his lifetime, watching birds in the fields and forests throughout Thailand.

 

Being one of the active members of the Bangkok Bird Club, which now becomes the Bird Conservation Society of Thailand, Pinit involves and contributes a great deal of his valuable birding experiences as a key Bird Leader to the society's members in the field trips.   His experience continues to extend to giving field service to foreign birders around the world.

 

Pinit is an avid bird pursuer in Kaeang Krachan National Park, known to the local naturalists as having greatest bio-diversity distribution of fauna and flora in the country.   He is the first birder in Thailand who sighted and reported the existence of a population of Ratchet-tailed Treepie in Kaeng Krachan, which add to the park its credit of being one of the most fantastic birdwatching boundaries.

 



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