Archive for the ‘Birdwatching in Cambodia’ Category


Ancient Birds of Angkor: Birding in Cambodia

Recently I had an email asking me if I noticed many representations of birds around the temples of Angkor during my visit there last March while leading the Zootherabirding tour to Cambodia. A photo I posted previously on this blog of Sarus Cranes – Birding Around Angkor Wat –  on a bas-relief on the Bayon [...]


Photos From Cambodia

Yesterday I returned to Thailand after leading a successful tour to Cambodia to see a number of mainland Southeast Asia’s most endangered species on behalf of Zootherabirding alongside Sophoan Sanh of the Sam Veasna Centre. We enjoyed great views of a very high proportion of our target birds including a point-blank encounter with a pair [...]


Birding Around Angkor Wat – Birding in Cambodia

Birding around one of the world’s most famous landmarks, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, this morning was a strange experience, not quite knowing whether to look at the birds in the surrounding woodland or the magnificent ruins that loomed over us wherever we stopped. We entered the grounds of Angkor Wat from a little-used gate, having [...]

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