Sunday, 25 March 2012


Male, female and juvenile Amur Falcon (Falco amurensis)

So by 2015, some of you might be able to see my works in a guidebook for raptors in Thailand and South-East Asia! The book will be published both in English and Thai and it will feature both photographs and illustrations by me. It's going to be a really descriptive and serious identification book since it's going to be written by 3 best raptor experts in Thailand. I'm sure it's going to be tough, but right now I feel so blessed for being able to establish myself as a wildlife artist. The journey continues.


  1. Hi Ton congratulations on your graduation and on your raptor commission. I really look forward to the raptor book and will follow your progress with great interest. Welcome home and good luck and maybe see you out birding some time


  2. ว้าว! ดีใจด้วยมาก ๆ ค่ะน้องต้น ก้าวไปอีกหนึ่งขึ้นแล้ว สูดลมหายใจให้เต็มปอดนะคะ งานหนักรออยู่ จะรอซื้อหนังสือค่ะ :-D

  3. Congatulations Tony, well earned and well deserved.

  4. Congratulations Ayuwat, this is very exciting hei? Best luck

  5. Thanks all!
    Yes, it's really exciting indeed. A lot of works ahead but it's a great start.

  6. No surprise ^^ and congratulations na ka. I am very very happy for you ka.

    I am looking forward for the book ka.

    Hopefully, you find some free time to do your own book as well na ka I still remember how well you have done with the Himalaya blogs both content and photos . It can be one great trip book ka'.