Click here to see the trip report from my most recent trip in southern Thailand.
Just got back from a seven day trip to Khao Sok National Park and Krabi province in southern Thailand. Despite spending some time just relaxing, some very windy and dare I say ‘cold’ weather, we found a number of very nice species. The highlight for me was this female Wagler’s pit viper (Tropidolaemus wagleri). What a beauty!
Not too much to report recently but a couple of nice finds include a Green cat snake (Boiga cyanea) found crossing the road one rainy evening near where I live. Another day Kat phoned to say she had spotted a Phuket pit viper (Trimeresurus phuketensis) sitting in ambush during the daytime. I went to have a look after work and it was still there, thanks to the guys at the Gibbon Rehabilitation… Read More
While I was on a trip with students this week I had a couple of hours to head out into the evergreen forests of Khao Sok National Park where I found a number of nice species. You can read a very short report here or by clicking on the ‘Thailand trip reports’ tab.