Observers: Hat Huon and Hang Oeung Site: Beong Peariang, Siem Reap Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes Distance Travelled: 2.05km Species Seen: 52 We left from city at 5:30am with our own motorbike around 30 minutes to the spotting area. We started our birding from 6:15am...
For generations, farmers have worked the land around these forests. Many of the people who live here are a mixture of indigenous peoples and those forced to transfer from cities to the countryside during the notorious Khmer Rouge period. After the fall of the regime...
The dry deciduous forests, open grasslands, marshy wetlands and limestone karst of Cambodia and Laos make for some brilliant birding. Some of South-east Asia’s most sought-after rarities reside here like Giant and White-shouldered Ibis, Greater Adjutant, Milky Stork,...
In April 2019 I travelled with Chris Biles to Cambodia and Laos. We arrived at the end of the dry season when regional temperatures tend to be at their highest. Daytime temperatures hovered around the high 30s, with 42.6 Celsius recorded on one afternoon in north west...
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