I have been back in Thailand for a week now, it has been a busy week catching up with family and clearing up the house which was flooded overnight Saturday, following 115mm of rain in just 40 minutes! as a result birding has been confined to local scrub and from the car.
The patch of scrub opposite the house, has had a few migrants which included a Yellow-rumped Flycatcher, Arctic Warbler and two Eastern Crowned Warbler. Oriental Pratincole and Blue-tailed Tailed Bee-eater have bee daily over the house, with one or two Bhraminy Kite, single Black Kite and lots of Open-billed Stork.
Have been granted a visa by the wife to go off birding around the local patch in the morning! drove past it this morning, it still seems largely intact, but dry, will post sightings tomorrow.