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ภาพล่าสุดของเวปนกในประเทศไทย latest photos of birds of Thailand.

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    นกชนหิน
    Helmeted Hornbill
  • เหยี่ยวปลาเล็กหัวเทา
    Lesser Fish Eagle
  • นกจาบคาคอสีฟ้า
    Blue-throated Bee-eater
  • นกยางทะเล
    Pacific Reef Egret

Release of Sky, the cinereous vulture, KU502, 2017 April 29

A juvenile male Cinereous Vulture /Monachus aegypius/, namely Sky, was released on 29 April 2017 after being rehabilitated at Kasetsart University Raptor Unit (KURU), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Teaching Hospital since 17 January 2017. The Vulture was found exhausted and emaciated in Buayai district, Nakhon Ratchasima province then submitted to KURU by 7th Regional Protected Area Office, Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation.

Release of Eastern Imperial Eagle, KU490

One subadult Eastern Imperial Eagle /Aquila heliaca/, christened Dhama, was released at ricefield (the specific wintering habitat) in Phetchaburi province on 18 February 2017. The eagle was submitted to Kasetsart University Veterinary Teaching Hospital's Raptor Rehabilitation Unit (KURU) by Department of National parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation for treatment of chronic pododermatitis and anemia after receiving veterinary treatments and rehabilitation under the care given by Drs Pattarapong Jakthong and Chaiyan Kasorndorkbua for 2 months since 12 December 2016.

Raptor migration watch at Doi Sa-ngo, Chiang Rai

สถานที่ ดอยสะโง้ อ.เชียงแสน จังหวัดเชียงราย

2016 Oct 15
09.40am -14.20pm

Reported by Wichan Tantipuvanart and Chaiwat Wongchai

สภาพอากาศ ช่วงเช้าฟ้าเปิด มีลมพัดจากทางทิศเหนือ ด้านแม่น้ำโขง เข้ามาหาด้านหน้าผา
1 เหยี่ยวผึ้ง (Oriental Honey-Buzzard) 6 ตัว
2.เหยี่ยวฮอบบี้ยุโรป(วัยเด็ก) (Eurasian Hobby) 1 ตัว

21 Oct 2016 @8am-2pm
Raptors flying southwards from Myanmar, and crossing me khong river to thailand.

Autumn raptor migration 2016 at Taphan Hin town, Phichit

Oriental honey-buzzard

Reported by Mr. Krieng Meemano
The observation was made in town counting flying/gliding raptors in southward direction.

* = First of the Season (FOS)

เหยี่ยวอพยพผ่านอำเภอตะพานหิน จังหวัดพิจิตร รายงานโดย เกรียง มีมะโน

13 Oct @9.15 - 11am
Crested Serpent-Eagle 3
Oriental honey buzzard 1

17.11 Oct
Oriental honey buzzard 4
Booted Eagle 2
Grey-faced Buzzard 2
Eastern Marsh Harrier 2

Thai Raptor Guide คู่มือจำแนกชนิดนกนักล่าฉบับออนไลน์

Photographic Identification Guide of Thai Raptors with short descriptions on plumage, gender, age-classes and basic ecology. Texts in Thai with English captions on photos. Lite version is available for free download at both AppStore and PlayStores.
คู่มือช่วยจำแนกชนิดของนกนักล่า (เหยี่ยว นกอินทรี อีแร้ง) ในประเทศไทย ด้วยภาพสี พร้อมคำอธิบายรายละเอียดของชุดขน เพศและอายุ และข้อมูลทางนิเวศวิทยาเบื้องต้น
iOS:
https://appsto.re/us/I09Q-.i
Androids:

Release of 2 Himalayan Vultures 2016

On 3 April 2016, Kasetsart University Raptor Rehabilitation Unit and Thailand Department of National Parks and Wildlife released 2 Himalayan Vultures at Thai-Myanmar border in Chiang mai province. The site is on migration route of the species which 10-30 birds pass through every winter since 2007.

The vultures are metal banded on right tarsus and aged as second CY. Our previous genetic and satellite-tagging studies on released vultures since the first release in 2007 suggest that they may have originated from the Himalayas.

Release of Himalayan Vutures 2016

Two juvenile rehabilitated Himalayan Vultures will be released at Doi Lang, Chiang Mai on 3 April 2016. The release site is located on the vulture migration route.
The vultures (KU301 found in Suphanburi & 347 in Krabi in December 2015) were rescued from starvation by regional offices of Department of National Parks, and then submitted for rehabilitation at Kasetsart University Raptor Rehabilitation Unit.

Raptor Count 2017 at Radar Hill

Raptor Research Fund Thailand and Thai Raptor Group are seeking volunteer (one international and one Thai resident) to do seasonal autumn raptor count at 2 major migration site in Thailand.
This project is part of 5-year long monitoring on raptor migration at Radar Hill, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand, and supported financially by Thailand Raptor Research Fund for Conservation (Raptor Fund), Faculty of veterinary Medicine, kasetsart University, Thailand. Email: RaptorFundKU@gmail.com