The total global population, according to comprehensive field surveys from 2005 to 2013, is between 242 to 378 individuals. These data show they fell by 88% between 2002 and 2009, which equates to an annual rate of decline of 26%. Decline has occurred in all known breeding sites and it is unlikely that significant populations are still detected BirdLife International …
Zenon contacted me quite late, less than a month before the cruise. He came to Vietnam on business and took advantage of the free time to have a bird-watching schedule in Vietnam. He has many years of bird watching experience in Asia, he spent several months in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and even Indonesia. It made him excited to go to …
The troubles of traveling, everywhere, anywhere, more or less, always happens. You will be annoyed when it comes so suddenly, but if you understand what you will encounter when traveling to a completely new place, you will certainly feel more comfortable and handle the situation in a different way wise.
To answer this question, simply listing places is too simple and does not provide a complete overview for birders who want to learn about wildlife and birdwatching in Vietnam.
Wild butterflies, Germain’s peacock pheasant or Pygmy Loris in Cat Tien National Park come to life through the lens of wildlife guide Andy Nguyen.
A story of Fansipan mountain and Sapa town birding trip. Not only birding, we have time to enjoy with foods, ethnic people culture, tradition wine and climb.
The Indochinese green magpie (yellow-breasted magpie – Cissa hypoleuca) is a passerine bird of the crow family, Corvidae.
The chestnut-eared laughingthrush (Ianthocincla konkakinhensis or Garrulax konkakinhensis) is an endemic bird of Kon Tum Province
The Germain’s Peacock Pheasant is endemic to Vietnam, a rare and precious species protected in the Vietnam Red Book, the IUCN World Red Book. Germain’s Peacock Pheasant in Vietnam’s Natural Habitat This is an extremely precious resource, we must preserve, cherish and protect. Watch this video to see Germain’s Peacock Pheasant in Vietnam’s Natural Habitat. Our Tours are intensive bird watching …
With the efforts of many NGOs and conservationists, the spoon-billed Sandpiper appears to have restored its reproductive rhythm, and is showing signs of growth again.
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