The mangrove board walk is closed. The walkway over the small inlet is gone, making it impossible to explore the mangrove forests ( a real shame ). But, you have to make the best of it.
Woodpeckers, Pied Hornbills, and very infrequent now is the Mangrove Pitta. Are here in this small park.
The mangrove forest around the park is used as a dump site by the locals, Nasty! Also the forest around the small town is being destroyed very fast.
To really explore this area you need a boat. I am thinking of buying a small inflatable boat and spending some tine in and around the mangrove forests here? I imagine with a boat and a few months exploring you could find some very nice wildlife here. And get some very nice photos. I enjoy photography more than birding. I have learned to bird because I like to photograph them.
This is the start of the rainy season here in Thailand. These guys finally crossed the river to the park. Nice to see them here, and a treat to photograph them.
These guy's are a shoe in when at the park. Just spend a little time looking and they will pop up.
These guys are in the park. Hard to find for the most part. But, I found a nesting pair and called this guy in easily.
These guys are all over the park close to the palm trees.
This is a resident here. Walk around in the dry season and he will turn up eventually.
Easy to spot and take in the park.
Safe travels and good birding, Gary