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(Click for image of Some of my Bird Watching Guests with Me (Photo: Hermann Jenn))
Thailand is a bird watcher's paradise. Guests like yourself, newcomers, hobbyists, and scientists alike, return year after year to discover new species with me. With my services, your life list will grow as you never imagined!

In Khao Yai National Park alone, there are around 320 bird species, including giant, great and wreathed hornbills, barbets, trogons, broadbills, pitas, mountain imperial pigeon, emerald dove, mountain scops owl, forest eagle owl, the tiny collared owlet, blue-winged leaf bird, Asian fairy bluebird, racket-tailed drongos, the lovely green magpie, three species of laughing thrush and many types of bulbuls. In the forest understory we may see several types of babbler and blue flycatcher. Khao Yai also has many silver pheasants, scaly breasted partridges, wild red jungle fowl and Siamese fireback pheasants. Near the rivers and ponds we may find white-throated kingfisher, prinia, bright capped cisticola and Chinese francolin.

Let my experience be the key that unlocks your best bird watching trip ever! (Click for image of Great Hornbill)
(Click for image of Rare Green-tailed Sunbird from Doi Inthanon in Northern Thailand (Photo: Hermann Jenn))
(Click for image of Brown-winged Kingfisher (Photo: Nathan Chappell))
(Click for image of Siamese Fireback Pheasant (Photo: Hermann Jenn))