Paddyfield Pipit

Following my earlier post on the Richard's Pipit, let's now explore a similar species which can be commonly seen in Thailand and many parts of Asia. The Paddyfield Pipit (Anthus rufulus) is a common resident bird throughout Thailand. It's one of the most common birds in farmland and grassy habitats, so it's the default large... Continue Reading →

Richard’s Pipit

Back in January 2021, I accidentally discovered a roosting site of pipits and larks at Mae Faek (San Sai district, Chiang Mai). It's a large abandoned area of dry land that was piled up and surrounded by rice fields. I heard that it was supposed to become a longan-drying factory, but that never happened. After... Continue Reading →

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