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Suy Senglim, Bird Photographer of Cambodia

Suy Senglim is a bird photographer and founder of "Birds of Cambodia, Education and Conservation"
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The Sarus Crane is the tallest flying bird in the world, found in Vietnam and Cambodia. The crane is considered extinct in Thailand. (Photo by Suy Senglim)
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The Sarus Crane is the tallest flying bird in the world, found in Vietnam and Cambodia. The crane is considered extinct in Thailand. (Photo by Suy Senglim)

The giant Ibis, Cambodia’s national bird, is currently one of the critically endangered species of bird. (Photo by Suy Senglim)
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The giant Ibis, Cambodia’s national bird, is currently one of the critically endangered species of bird. (Photo by Suy Senglim)

The endangered peafowl, in Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar, has declined due to hunting and habitat fragmentation. It also exists in Thailand, Laos, China and Indonesia. (Photo by Suy Senglim)
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The endangered peafowl, in Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar, has declined due to hunting and habitat fragmentation. It also exists in Thailand, Laos, China and Indonesia. (Photo by Suy Senglim)

The Great Hornbill, a threatened resident of hill evergreen and semi-evergreen, is a canopy species and a symbol of healthy forest. (Photo by Suy Senglim)
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The Great Hornbill, a threatened resident of hill evergreen and semi-evergreen, is a canopy species and a symbol of healthy forest. (Photo by Suy Senglim)

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