Sunday, February 15, 2015

Bang Tabun Mangrove Forest Conservation Area


I stumbled on the Bang Tabun Mangrove Forest Conservation Area in Phetchaburi, Thailand on my way to Puk Tien Beach and just over the Phetchaburi River Bridge. The conservation area is chuck full of interesting wildlife living in the mangrove forest adjacent to the Thai Gulf at the mouth of the Phetchaburi River. Everything from mischievous monkeys to iridescent kingfishers. Notably the mudflats are full of large mudskippers as well as many different waterfowl. The conservation center has constructed an awesome concrete walkway along the edge of the forest area and along the Thai Gulf to allow easy access to view the life in the mangrove forest. I hope you enjoy the photos and video.

 








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