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Herping Adventures in Bangkok

Here are some stories of how I found the wonderful creatures that fill this site, to entertain and inspire others to do the same. This page will be added to regularly, so come back often!

Snake Community Workshop
Finding a Frog on the Mountain
Chiang Mai’s Herps from Top to Bottom
A Night on Doi Suthep
Pythons and Birds at Keoladeo National Park
Hiking for Herps in the Mountains of Mussoorie
City Herping in Kolkata
Bangladesh Python Project: The Bangladesh Sundarbans
Bangladesh Python Project: Animesh and the Green Explore Society
Bangladesh Python Project: Helping humans and herps get along
Bangladesh Python Project: Stream and trail transects
The Bangladesh Python Project: Tracking pythons and tortoises
City Herping in Chiang Mai
Going up the Mountain in Doi Suthep
Pattaya
Bicycling in Pha Yao
Rainy Season Night Walks on Ram 2
Khao Yai National Park Part Three: The River Trail
Khao Yai National Park Part Two: Getting Out on the Roads and Trails
Khao Yai National Park Part One: Around the Dorms
Snakes in the Market
Chatuchak at Night
Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute (Red Cross Snake Farm)
An Ode to Monitors
An Epic Trip in Bangladesh
Bangkok Stories: Herps in Unlikely Places
Keep Your Eyes Open
Seven Snake Day
Changing Your Colors for Love
A little night walk in Bangkapi
Mudskippers in the Chao Phraya River
Herping at Home
Turtles in the Markets
Persistence Pays Off With a Tree Snake
Discovering a New Species for Bangkok
Lady Luck Brings Me a Python
My First Snake in Bangkok
Chasing Frogs in the Parks at Night
The Giant Lizards of Lumpani

The Field Herp Forum (for many more herping stories from all over the world)

Happy Herping!

No, that's not me in the picture ;)

No, that’s not me in the picture 😉

 

One response to “Herping Adventures in Bangkok

  1. mel lee

    February 26, 2017 at 1:00 am

    Ill be in Bangkok & Lopburi for a few weeks in December and, as a fan of all things herpatalogical, am looking for good places to see and interact with lots of reps, amphibs & creepy crawly.

     

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