October 21, 2007

NEWS from Bird Conservation Society of Thailand

  1. Change the Name of Fund
  2. Press Release: Fly the Vulture Home Project financially supports Bird Rehabilitation Center Initiative
  3. Arctic Drying Earthweek: A Diary of the Plane (1 page, PDF)
  4. 2007 Raptour & Talk I, Sub Sadao Station, Tub Lan National Park, 16-17 June 2007, Organized by Thai Raptor Group: TRG
  5. CNN's video news about Anakin and the project
  6. Fly the vulture home, MV about the vulture (2.75 MB)
  7. WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY 2007, Migratory Birds in a Changing Climate, 12-13 May 2007
  8. Fraser's Hill International Bird Race, 2007
  9. News about Large-billed Reed Warbler from alll over the world
  10. Research project on Hume’s Pheasant completed
  11. Warbler news: ttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/03/08/wbird08.xml
  12. Warbler news: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2007/03/07/headlines/headlines_30028700.php
  13. A first record for Thailand is only the second record for planet Earth:
    Philip Round’s account
  14. Warbler “lost” for 140 years is discovered in Thailand BCST Press release
  15. Indian warbler “lost” for 139 years makes spectacular return—in Thailand and the UK BirdLife News 07-03-2007
  16. Old World Birds – Researchers discover colony of rare vultures in Cambodia Bangkok Post, 11th February 2007
  17. Study reveals worsening condition of
    waterbirds in Asia
    23-01-2007 Wetlands Press release
  18. Start of 40th annual worldwide waterbird count 10-01-2007 Wetlands Press release
  19. 2006 Thailand Raptor Census II December 24, 2006
  20. Raptour & Talk for Novice Birders & Beyond was organized by Thai Raptor Group on November 25-26, 2006 at 2 prime raptor sites and Kaeng Krachan National Park in Petchaburi Province, southern Thailand. There were 20 birders attending the event and 13 raptor species were recorded with notable species of interest including 3 Greater Spotted Eagles, 3 Booted Eagle and 1 female Common Kestrel. more details and recorded species >>
  21. Thai Raptor Group- Autumn Hawkwatch Totals The autumn 2006 hawkwatch has now been completed and observations are summarised at the link below. In total, 43,223 raptors of 18 species were counted in 12 days (over 6 weekends) at the watch site "Radar Hill", Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. For details and photographs posted by the Thai Raptor Group, more details >>
  22. Avian Influenza returns to Thailand
  23. Gurney's pitta News from channel 7 01/07/06 (1.74 Mb)
  24. UK's biggest wetland created news from BBC http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/essex/5143802.stm?ls
  25. Mist Nets in the Chiang Saen Area by Mick Davies & Dowroong Damlamajak
  26. Gulf motorway cancelled
  27. Asian Openbills and the possible bird-strike problem at the new Bangkok Airport .