Monthly Archives: August 2010


Olive-backed sunbird

The Olive-backed sunbird (Cinnyris jugularis), also known as the Yellow-bellied sunbird, is one of the most common birds in rural Kachanaburi. These tiny birds feed largely on nectar and feel completely at home in village gardens. This […]


Moths of Thailand

After dark the butterflies are replaced by moths that are as diverse in terms of species richness as their diurnal cousins. Some of the more visually striking species belong to the Hawkmoth family. The name comes […]


Thailand’s butterflies

The diversity of butterfly species in Thailand is astounding. There is no need to travel to a National Park in order to see some striking individuals. I photographed over a dozen of species in a single […]