The Seasons are Changing!

The long rainy days will soon give way to the clear, blue sky, cool season days bringing with them the Winter migrant birds, ready to take advantage of the myriad of insects that hatched during the rainy season.

It is a good time to walk around campus and spot different wildlife.

This week, Khun Mee from Marketing Department spotted this hoopoe and the  malkoha shown here. The malkoha is a member of the cuckoo family. It is quite hard to spot as it stays up in the canopy. The hoopoe has a crown of feathers which it lifts up making it quite easy to recognise.

Challenge yourself to get to know the common birds that share our campus!

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