The Chestnut-headed BeBee-eat is a love small Bee-eater in which one can really dream to have as a first time birder; and even for the experienced ones, the desire to have great fantastic shots is joy not to miss. The beautiful chestnut colored head and the yellow under the chin, the green on the feathers abdat lovely chirps, are the qualities that captivate a bird lover.
We directly went totthetot area wherewthwy are that i haveknownh for several years and it waswtoo early, so we decided to go to another nearby place in which theytfly very low for the bees. It was a cool and cloudy morning, neverneverth, it was fantastic for bird and wildlife photography. We scanned the horizon, no Bee-eaters.
The wait turned into a an interesinte conversation and turned around for some possible lifers around. As I almost completed my turn, on the opposite branches of a tree were the Crested Serpent Eagle and the Juvenile Shikra. It was a fantastic way to start our birding trip. After a great moment we decided to move to another location.
Coral-billed Ground Cuckoo
Driving to the location, I missed the sign. We were driving out to Prachin Buri already and it took awhile for me to notice that, we had to turn around and asked for directions at a checkpoint.
When we got there we met Khun Jirayu, a famous bird guide, gladly offered to help us out. We had Kin Shing Li set up and comfortable, we left him and then Khun Jirayu brewed coffee for me, we had a beautiful conversation about birding as we enjoyed his hot black coffee.
Kin finished his moments and he was satisfied to find a lifer that can be difficult to be had. We then drove back to the Bee-eater location.