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 →

Welcome

It has been more than a long while since I last updated my blog at WordPress.com. I think it is about time for this blog to be revived, as ayuwat.blog! Currently, all my old posts are saved as drafts. They're not gone, but you won't be able to see them. Most of the bird identification... Continue Reading →

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