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    Orange-breasted Trogon.


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    Kudos, Birding.
    Unsung threads are usually those of merit.

    Keep up the good work.


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    Common Lora


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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    Common Lora
    Lora? Don't you mean Iora? (I not L)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
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    Common Lora
    Lora? Don't you mean Iora? (I not L)
    You are correct I have always seen it written as L but looking up bird ID sites it is I.

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    It can be easily mistaken in some fonts when written in lower case. Anyway, it's a great photo. The lighting shows the bird off really well, especially the head area.

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    Purple Swamp Hen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    Purple Swamp Hen.

    Wow impressive bird,very good job Birding, where did you take it ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubois View Post
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    Purple Swamp Hen.
    Wow impressive bird,very good job Birding, where did you take it ???
    They are fairly common around the central plain there are also sub species in many parts of the world including NZ where they are called Pukeko. That photo was taken in Singburi.

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    White-throated Kigfisher


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    Orange-breasted Flowerpecker



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    Female.

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    Greater Green Leafbird



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    Male.

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    White-bellied Erpornis


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    Also called a white-bellied yuhina, I believe.

    Nice pic.

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    Good to see someone else has an interest in birds. Cheers, Robby.

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    I can't match the quality of Birding's pictures. I snapped this one very quick with the phone camera when he sat in next door's coconut tree. As I live very close to the town centre I was surprised to see it at all and I thought it might be a tame escapee, but I have see the pair since I took this pic.

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    ^ Is it an Oriental Pied Hornbill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    ^ Is it an Oriental Pied Hornbill?
    Yes, I think this is the male. I have seen the more colourful Great Hornbill on the Adman Club Island off Ranong but too high in the canopy to get any sort of picture. Once again apologies for the poor image of this one.

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    A Yellow Vented Bulbul in my garden.

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    Female Spot-winged Grosbeck's.

    And the male.


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    great pics Birding, nice to see you back.

    do you have any tips on attracting birds to my garden?

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    Bird

    Is it not in fact a "KINGFISHER?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    great pics Birding, nice to see you back.

    do you have any tips on attracting birds to my garden?

    Dont know about much the kind in your picture, you could try money.

    The feathered kind, these will give some tips :

    How to attract birds to your garden | Discover Wildlife

    3 Ways to Attract Birds to Your Garden - wikiHow

    https://dokmaidogma.wordpress.com/20...onsoon-garden/

    In Thailand water is important particularly in the dry season so a birdbath in a sheltered place with something for the birds to perch on.

    When they arrive (either kind) take some pictures for us.

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    Great pics. Robbie.


    Dillie hasn't got a garden!

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    A visitor to our garden yesterday, Asian Pied Starling.


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