Call me slightly ungrateful, or perhaps I'm just not really into 'high brow' Thai birding. Give me a few paddyfields, some scrub and a load of easy, good birds to see and I'm happy. Thick-billed Warblers, Brown Shrikes, Sibe and Pied Stonechats, Olive-backed Pipits and Amur Wagtails galore with any scrappy bit of bushes housing a Taiga Fly or two - it's like WP seventh heaven and a liftetime of east coast autumns all come at once. You can take the boy out of the WP, but you can't take the WP out of the boy...
|1st-winter Taiga Flycatcher|
|Amur Wagtail (or White Wagtail of the race leucopsis)|
|Thick-billed Warbler - just like the one I saw on Fair Isle :)|
|Wire-tailed Swallow (with Barn Swallow)|
|Mae Hia Agricultural College, Chiang Mai|