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Birdwalk 2

BIRDWALK, vol.2

For the Birds! 36 Students, Mums and Dads from the St. Andrews community joined together on Sunday morning at Suan Luang Rama 9 Park to take part in our second edition of the Birdwalk. Along with expert guides from the BCST (Bird Conservation Society of Thailand), members of the group spotted about 20 different species of birds—including some that are less common, such as the night heron and a yellow bittern. Although there were some crowds in the park, our group split in two, and were able to comfortably explore some quieter nooks and crannies before temperatures got too warm.
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Special Guest

A water bird expert from Japan, Mr. Tomida, joined the group, and also carried on with the learning on Monday morning in the Primary Japanese classroom. He, along with Khun Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang, who is also an expert on birds of Thailand, presented additional information about birds of Asia, and had thought-provoking conversations with students about the idea that humans need to care for not only bird species, but also the whole ecosystem, food chain and food web when we think about life on Earth.

 

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Arigato

Many thanks to Mr. Tomida and Khun Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang for spending time with our community, and sharing vast knowledge on this important and interesting topic. Thanks also go to Khun Ayawat and Khun J from the BCST (web site / Facebook page), who were our eagle-eyed guides on this expedition. Finally, thank you to the many students, families, and staff who showed interest and initiative to join us on our second Birdwalk. What a wonderful day it was!

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