Help Thailand hornbills

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This video is called Singapore Hornbill Project – Return of the King.

From Wildlife Extra:

Thai hornbills supported by UK charity

Money donated by Colchester Zoo’s charity Action for the Wild supports vital conservation research for three hornbill families in Thailand

June 2012. In 2011, Colchester Zoo’s charity Action for the Wild sponsored families of rhinoceros, wreathed and great hornbill species which all nest around the Budo Mountain area, part of the Budo-Sungai Padu National Park in Thailand.

Chicks

In 2011, the wreathed hornbill family were successful in fledging a chick meaning that this family have been very successful having fledged 9 chicks since 1999. The new great hornbill family were also successful in fledging a chick during 2011 resulting in this family having another successful breeding year bringing the total to 12 fledged chicks since 1994. It was noted that both of these families had similar…

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