During bird-watching tours, birders often want to take pictures of the birds they observe. however, some birds never seem to appear in front of the camera, they are too fast (due to behavior), often live in bushes, and forage on the ground covered by forests and shrubs, photography these birds become a challenge. Another reason, in Vietnam, birds are hunted …
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 …
With 9 species of Pitta birds, Vietnam is considered an attractive destination to photograph them. The group of pitta birds has in common are always vibrant and attractive colors, large round eyes with a humorous pose that make them attractive to photographers.
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.
Vietnam is a friendly, relatively safe, and adaptable country for expats. With a diverse culinary style, you do not have to worry about your eating style when coming here
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
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