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Hiroo Itaya , Japan Birding in Thailand

Hiroo Itara Japan Birder on Nov. 2010 at Khao Yai NP. > Kao Kam Island by Par's bird guide 
 
Hello, Par & Ya.
 
How are you?
 
Thank you for telling about publishing our photos in your Web site. 
And, thank you for sending photos moreover. 
 
Whenever the travel is recalled, I become nostalgic feelings. 
It is strange though it was only last month. 
I think that is why it has been surely carved on my memory as a very
happy memories for me. 
 
I want to go to Thailand again. 
At that time, I want to ask you for the guide. 
 
And, please contact me if you come to Japan. 
And, please give my best regards to your lovely madam. 
 
 
By the way, has Hiro's E-mail reached?
 
It reprints to make sure as follows. 
Moreover, I send the list of the bird that was able to observe. 
(Hiro made it. )
 
> Hi. par
>    
>  I was very indebted for this travel.
>  After it had come back to Japan, I was very busy. Therefore, it apologizes that the report delays. 
>    
>  It introduces the website promised you. 
>    
>  The first : http://orientalbirdimages.org/
>    
>  The second:  http://www.surfbirds.com/index.php
>    
>  The list that we saw is sent.
>    
>  Finally, please teach the place where Spoon-billed Sandpiper was seen. 
>  Thank you. 
>  HIROO ITAYA  
 
 
 
> > Hi Iga,
> > Hope you are well and not much to tired from the trip. ?
> > I send the name list mammal we seen on KY.
> > 1.) Littel Civet
> > 2.) Common Plam Civet
> > 3.) East Asian Porcupie
> > 4.) Sambar Deer
> > 5.) Red Muntjac
> > 6.) White-hended Gibbon
> > 7.) Ground Squirrel 
> > 8.) Grey-bellied Squirrel
> > 9.) Variable Squirrel
> > 10.) Black Giant Squirrel
> > 11.) Pig-tailed Macaque
> > 12.) Long-tailed Macaque (temple Saraburi)
> > Regard,
 
Par,your bird guide 
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