Thursday, February 17, 2011

Doi Inthanon - Inthanon Bird Centre


Inthanon Bird Centre is the place that you should not miss out if you are birding in Doi Inthanon. Many birders or photographers hang out here, they came here for delicious Thai food or lodging. Besides food and lodging, this is an important place where information on the recent bird sighting is exchanged among the visitors. There is also a bird sighting log book at the main desk, many visitors recorded the sighting information into the log book. It provided vital information of recent bird activities in Doi Inthanon.

At the backyard of the Bird Centre, some species of birds frequently come there looking for residual food or worm on the soft soil. During my stayed there, I was lucky to photograph 2 species of migrant birds and 2 resident birds.

Dark-sided Thrush:


Blue-whistling Thrush (Migrant species)



Hill Blue Flycatcher


Female White-rumped Shama



A group photo with the owner (Mr & Mrs Daeng) before I left Doi Inthanon:


Thanks for reading, your comments are welcome.

5 comments:

JRandSue said...

Stunning Blog,outstanding photography.

Ayuwat Jearwattanakanok said...

You did a great job on the Dark-sided Thrush! It was still there last weekend and I also found another one at the summit.

Ayuwat Jearwattanakanok said...

You did a great job on the Dark-sided Thrush! It was still there last weekend and I also found another one at the summit.

Hawkeyes a.k.a Kiah said...

Hi Ayuwat,

Thanks for your comments.
My friend got the Eurasian woodcock at the same place recently.

John said...

Nice to see Mr.Deang doing well - when I was there last in the early 90s I enjoyed his fried eggs and coffee !