Bird watching trip report


Introduction

Bang Pu or Bang Pu Recreation Center is located east of the mouth of Chao Phraya River about 30 km away from Asok / Sukhumvit. I was there a few years ago and I didn´t like the place as it looked like a garbage dump. But one birder on birdforum.net liked the place. So I decided to go back to have a look at the place again.


Guide

I don´t need any bird watching Guide in Bangkok


Land transportation

1) TAXI, my choice of transportation. Early morning and it took me about 45 minutes to get there and it will cost between 250 and 300 Bath, about 10 US Dollars. Say Bang Pu and the P in Pu is a soft P, almost like a B BBBpu, means crab. If you say Pu you will end up in the other side of town. Thai script for the taxi driver:
• Bang Pu บางปู
• Bang Pu Recreation Center สถานตากอากาศบางปู


2) SKY TRAIN Sukhumvit line (Green line) will take you to Kheha #E23 station, end station and from there you can take a taxi, about 10 to 15 minutes.

I took the sky train back to Asoke and it took me 1 hour and it set me back by 128 Baht:
Taxi from Bang Pu to train station = 80 Bath
Train ticket = 48 Bath

I stepped in to the taxi at Bang Pu at 10:00 and I was at the Kheha #E23 station between 10 and 15 minutes later. The first entrance to the Kheha sky train station have an escalator, very nice after 3 hours of walking around looking for birds in the pounding sun.

Coming up from the escalator and you arrive to the ticket counter. Then you have two options to walk the stairs or take the elevator to the tracks. The train is soon arriving.

Bangkok Sky Train
Arriving to Kheha BTS station

Bangkok Sky Train
Escalator

Bangkok Sky Train
The sign I look for

Bangkok Sky Train
You come right up the the ticket counter

Bangkok Sky Train
Step in to the train

Bangkok Sky Train
First station and the train is empty

Bangkok Sky Train
By the time we reach Asok the train is full to the brim
I will take TAXI next time

The train was full to the brim and I had expected this, but I took the train just to make this trip report. After 3 hours walking in the sun you don´t want to be in a crowded train and I will take the taxi next time.

Accommodations

I stay at my home sleeping in my own bed so no need for any hotel.


Equipment

Canon 5D Mk. III + Canon 5D Mk. IV
Canon EF 28-300/3,5-5,6 L IS USM
Canon EF 70-200/2,8L IS II USM
Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens
Canon Speedlite 600EXII-RT flash
Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II
Panasonic HC-W585 video camera

Sound recorder
ZOOM H5 Handy Recorder


Weather

Weather, I don´t know if Bangkok is the hottest capital in the world. But this is what they say and I have no reason to doubt this information because it is darn hot.

Bangkok, Thailand - Climate & Temperature
Pictures from www.climatemps.com

Bangkok, Thailand - Climate & Temperature - Click picture for full size
Pictures from www.climatemps.com



References/Resources

There are two sites covering Thailand and I have used them many times. These two web pages are actually everything you need for your birding adventures in Thailand. All the information you need about all the birding spots. Click on the map and then select your spot and you will have maps and everything you need to know about the areas. They have put a lot of jobs in to their web pages, North Thailand Birding and thaibirding.com A must to visit before you go bird watching in Thailand.

www.norththailandbirding.com - A one stop only for all your birding in Thailand

thaibirding.com - Nick Upton's one stop only for all your birding in Thailand.

Use both www.thaibirding.com and www.norththailandbirding.com and you have a winner. Some of the maps on www.norththailandbirding.com are way better than Nick Upton´s, while some of Nick's maps are much more detailed. So I have found that if I use both the web pages for information, well, nothing else needed.

Bangkok City Birding - A lot of interesting birding stories and information on this bird watching blog by David Gandy. Bangkok-based patch-worker in Suan Rot Fai, a large park close to the city's famous weekend market. He have recorded 150 species on his patch since 2008. As one of the only big green spaces in the city, “SRF” acts as a real magnet for migrants during spring and autumn, and holds a healthy selection of "sibes" during the winter months.


ebird - Find birding hotspots with bird checklists from all over the world

Avibase - is an extensive database information system about all birds of the world, containing over 25 million records about 10,000 species and 22,000 subspecies of birds, including distribution information for 12,000 regions, taxonomy, synonyms in several languages


www.oiseaux.net This web page is also excellent for identifying birds. There is information and range maps for many many birds from all over the world. This page is almost guaranteed to give you any answer you have about any bird in the world.

Cloudbirders - Read birding trip reports from all over the world

Fatbirder - linking birders worldwide... Wildlife Travellers see our sister site: WAND


Fatbirder is a fantastic web page with information from, I think every country in the world. My first stop when I plan for my bird watching trips. There is information about locations and guides, well, pretty much everything you need to know. Sometimes this is the only place I need to visit to plan my trip.

BirdingPal - find a birding Guide around the world

BirdingPal


And the web page you cannot live without. I have been around the world looking for birds. I usually have a Guide, but sometimes it is not possible to find a Guide. So, well, I have lost count on how many times I have had help to ID birds at BirdForum. Joining this forum have been very very good for my bird watching experience.

www.birdforum.net

ClimaTemps.com is the place to learn about the worlds climates with more than 4000 locations documented. Each aspect of the climate is represented using colour enhanced tables and professional graphs so that data can easily be compared by switching between locations in different tabs in your browser.

“A Field Guide to the Birds of Thailand and South East Asia by Craig Robson”


A Field Guide to the Birds of Thailand and South East Asia by Craig Robson

A Field Guide to the Birds of Thailand and South East Asia by Craig Robson. New edition updated with 76 species since previous edition “A Field Guide to the Birds of Thailand and South East Asia by Craig” Nick Upton at www.thaibirding.com wrote “This quite excellent book is packed full of quality illustrations and written information on 1251 species recorded in Southeast Asia”

I bought this book for bird watching in Thailand, but it goes for all over SE Asia


Places to visit


Bang Pu also known as Bang Pu Recreation Center

Bang Pu (Thai: บางปู), also known as Bang Pu Recreation Center (สถานตากอากาศบางปู) is a seaside resort on the Gulf of Thailand belonging to Mueang Samut Prakan District, Samut Prakan Province, central Thailand.

Bang Pu, literally 'place of crabs', was established in accordance with the ideas of Field Marshal Plaek Pibulsongkram while serving as Prime Minister in 1937 to be a place of recreation for people in that era. It occupies an area of 369 rai (about 252 acres).

It gained great popularity among people especially young people in the 1950s–1960s, as it is the closest seaside to Bangkok. It is mentioned in the dialogue of the 1997 film Dang Bireley's and Young Gangsters as a place where Dang's girlfriend wants to go on a trip.

A Bang Pu landmark is Saphan Suk Ta (สะพานสุขตา), a pier extending into the sea. At its end is a restaurant called Sala Sukjai (ศาลาสุขใจ) where dances are held every Saturday evening.

Bang Pu provides habitat for large flocks of migratory seagulls that migrate from Siberia annually in the early winter (around beginning of November)

- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Map of "Bang Pu (the Recreation and Convalescence Centre at Bang Pu)" including the Bang Pu Nature Education Centre, the Bang Pu Nature Reserve and the surrounding environment.
Map from https://www.researchgate.net


Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Entrance to Bang Pu Recreation Center

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Crab at the entrance

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Entrance to Bang Pu Recreation Center

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Entrance to Bang Pu Recreation Center

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Snacks area

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Beginning of the pier

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Pier with a restaurant at the end

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
At low water there is mud flats next to the pier

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
At low water there is mud flats next to the pier

Coming from Bangkok and you have to drive pass Bang Pu Recreation Center and make a U-turn. Turn left at the entrance and drive down to the beginning of the pier. If you have your own car there is a big parking area on the right hand side coming down to Bang Pu Recreation Center.

Get out of the taxi and when you look down the pier you have the Bang Pu Nature trail on your left hand side (East side). On your right hand side you have mangroves and an area with houses and mangrove patches between the houses (West side).

• East side
• West side


Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu

East Side: Enter the gate, a small gate next to the car gate that are locked. Before I went out walking on a flimsy built wood bridge. But one of the militaries showed me the small gate. The big gate was locked to prevent children from getting in with their mopeds.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Use the small gate on the left hand side

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Inside the gate and the Bang Pu wetland Nature Trail starts

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Full size map - Click HERE

Coming inside the gate and you find a board walk taming you through the mangrove. There is a concrete road going along the coast and you can walk until you reach a closed gate. 100 meters before reaching the gate you have a canopy walk. I have used it before and ONCE ONLY as you had to walk on some flimsy planks through water. But (15 June 2019) I saw that they were building a proper walk path to the canopy walk and this will be nice.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Walk along the sea front

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Mangrove walk

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Sea front Bird hide

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Bamboo, I think they use it to stop the garbage coming in to the mangrove

Walking along the sea side mangrove and you will only see the sea at a few places as the view is blocked by the mangrove. You will see the sea from the mangrove walk and the bird hide at the sea front.

When you can see the sea you will see a lot of bamboo sticks set up like a barrier in the mudflats in front of the mangroves. I think it is to stop garbage coming in to the mangroves during the high water.

And there are egrets, herons and cormorants sitting on the bamboo sticks. Kingfishers also like to perch on the sticks.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Building a proper walk path to the canopy walk

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Nice walk trails between the ponds

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Reaching the bridge where I saw 2 raptor taking off

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
The trail along the north border of the wetland

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
The hides on the north side are in ned of some “attending to”

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
The hides on the north side are in ned of some “attending to”

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
The hides on the north side are in ned of some “attending to”

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
We can see the SW bird hide from the north

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Entrance to the SW bird hide

I have not been here since February 2016 and I never bothered to come back. But the area had been through a serious face lift and I really enjoyed the area. Plenty birds and my eBird list would have been impressive if I could have identified half of the birds. But bring water and mosquito repellent.

I was black of mosquitos and the merciless sun is pounding you and it was very hot to walk around in the wet land.

West Side: Getting out of the taxi down at the pier and you walk to the right. 50 meters away and you have a mangrove walk. And this is a new mangrove walk as it was not here when I was here last time back in 2016.

The mangrove walk ands like a T on the sea front with wooden ladders down to the mud flats if you care for walking on the mud flats.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Walk towards west from the pier

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
New mangrove walk

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
New mangrove walk

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Reaching the sea front

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Reaching the sea front

Coming back from the mangrove walk and you continue towards the west. After about 100 meters you reach another mangrove walk, but this one is wood straight on the mudflats. Continue further to the west and you reach the end of the mangrove and there is a road going out to the sea front along the western border of the mangrove.

There is a lot of birds on both sides of the road. You can walk to the sea front and there is a gate. Yet another Smiley on www.aladdin.st Shh, don´t tell anyone! But someone have removed the fence next to the gate.

When I was here last time the fence was there, but I turned right and I walked in to the wooded area. Seems to have been removed now. But if you come to the gate, look for a small walk path on the right hand side, if you´re not scared of snakes.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Wood board walk on the mudflat

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Road along the western border of the mangrove

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
We can see the gate

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
We can see the gate

Walking back from the gate and you have to have a look at the “dead mangrove” area. A lot of barbets and other birds in the dead trees. The area west of the pier is a housing area with mangrove patches between the houses. Here is a lot of egrets and herons and it is amazing to see them take off when they get flushed when you walk on the small streets between the houses / mangroves.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Dead mangrove area

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Dead mangrove area

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Walking between the houses / mangroves

And coming back to the pier area and it is very nice with a couple of fresh coconuts in the “snacks area” after the long walk in the blazing sun. And there is no place to take refuge as the sun is almost in zenith.

Bang Pu is a highly recommended area if you come to Bangkok to look for birds. Convenient and here is a lot of different birds. And if you never seen Collared Kingfishers you must come here, impossible to miss them.

Download thaibirding.com´s Checklist in Word Format HERE This checklist for Bang Pu is by no means complete and is not to be mistaken for the official checklist maintained by the national recorders - it is only meant as a guide for visiting birdwatchers. More information about Bang Pu can be found at thaibirding.com


Bird checklist


Full Thai list updated to the taxonomy, nomenclature and sequence of the IOU/IOC World Bird List. The complete checklist, including Thai names and synonyms, can be downloaded in Excel format - Thailand Bird Checklist. - Version 8.2 (2018) - found at www.norththailandbirding.com

Well, my bird watching trip reports was rejected. I posted 2 that was rejected. So I started to take ideas from the reports I found on Cloudbirders. They have Bird checklists so I will put them here but they will not be used as bird checklists. I will post my birds on eBird and on my different “BIRDS THAT I HAVE OBSERVED” pages.

But the list can come in handy to find out the local name of the bird etc. And Avibase have a list with pictures and sounds, excellent!

So I will post bird checklists here and if my Guides provide me with checklists I will also post them here.

Cloudbirders


Avibase - Bird Checklists of the World

Bangkok Metropolis bird checklist from Avibase, click HERE - eBird version 2018 taxonomy

Avibase is providing you with bird checklists from all over the world. And I´m impressed by their web page. Select country and area and you get the bird checklist. Like the PDF files I got from Avibase on the links above. You also get the checklist with pictures and sounds.

The best part is that you get the local names of the birds and the online checklist gives the names in English plus the language you have selected. But it seems like the PDF cannot handle some alphabet.

For example the Japanese language so it is blank in the PDF checklist. But it worked excellent with Swedish. But you get them in the local language on the online version.


Bird list

I only list birds I have got on picture on my list of OBSERVED BIRDS. But since I started using eBird I have changed a bit. I list all the birds on the eBird checklist. See the DAY TO DAY report in the itinerary below.

And you can visit my list of “Birds I have seen in Thailand” ONLY BIRDS I HAVE ON PICTURE.

My eBird check list from Bang Pu 15th of June, click HERE

My eBird check list from Bang Pu 16th of June, click HERE


Report

Took me 45 minutes to reach the pier in Bang Pu with taxi. Don´t try this on a weekday from 6 thirty onwards. Then you will most likely spend hours in the taxi. Getting out of the taxi and the pier is straight ahead and during low water there are birds on the mudflats. In the summer months the waders are in Europe to have babies so if you want to see waders you should come in the winter months.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Todays track covering the east side

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Little cormorant, Microcarbo niger, นกกาน้ำเล็ก

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Intermediate Egret
Intermediate Egret

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Collared Kingfisher, Todiramphus chloris, นกกินเปี้ยว, White-collared kingfisher, Mangrove kingfisher

Listen to the Collared Kingfisher

Remarks from the Recordist

Recorded with my ZOOM H5. High Pass Filter applied with Audacity

The mangroves at Bang Pu Recreation Center is full of Collared Kingfisher


www.xeno-canto.org

I had got one recording of the Collared Kingfisher when I spotted a bird sitting in top of a tree, I got the recording but no picture as the bird was between me and the sun. I put the recording on Xeno-canto and ird forum and they identified the bird as a Racket-tailed Treepie. I looked at pictures on internet, a beautiful bird and I will be back to look for the bird.

Reaching the end of the sea front and there is a gate and I didn´t wanted to use the canopy walk as they were building a walk path to the canopy walk. An very welcomed improvement.

Listen to the Racket-tailed Treepie

Remarks from the Recordist

I was in Bang Pu this morning. I spotted a bird in top of the tree and my first thought was a White-rumped Shama, but the call is not the same and I never seen a Shama in top of a tree before.

The bird had a long tail and there was a flash of brown on top of the wings, but the bird was between me and the sun so it was all shadow.

Anyone recognizing the bird call? Sounds almost like a crow bird

Identified by the help of Werzik here on XC and birdforum https://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=377760


www.xeno-canto.org

Back at the gate to the arrival area and I discovered several Plaintive Cuckoos. Like the one I spotted in Suan Rot Fai yesterday. Perching on sticks and hand rails. I have never seen them like this before and I suspect it is due to the breeding season. I recorded 5 but I think it was more of them. And it was nice to sit and watch the birds, and by the way, first time I have seen male and female Plaintive Cuckoos together.

Of course, if they want to have babies they will have to come together. I hanged around the area to watch them and there were also a couple of Streak-eared Bulbuls and 2 Scaly-breasted Munia.

Plaintive cuckoo, Cacomantis merulinus, นกอีวาบตั๊กแตน

Streak-eared Bulbul, Pycnonotus blanfordi, นกปรอดสวน

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Scaly-breasted Munia, Lonchura punctulata, นกกระติ๊ดขี้หมู, Spotted Munia


Listen to the Plaintive Cuckoo

Remarks from the Recordist

Recorded with my ZOOM H5 Handy Recorder. High Pass Filter applied with Audacity

I have never seen so many Plaintive Cuckoo before. I use to hear them all over Bangkok. And I get to see them in the trees some times. Maybe because of breeding or something, but now they were perching on handrails, sticks etc. Something I never seen before.


www.xeno-canto.org

Walking in to the wetlands and I made a recording of a Plaintive Cuckoo. There were many of them but not so many of their characteristic whistle call. I only heard the characteristic whistle call 2 times and I got it on recording. The last recording was on the north side path walking back to the pier area.

The bird hide on the north side were almost gone and the remains is for sure in need of some maintenance. I could see the bird hide in the SW corner from the north and I could see all the birds taking off from the ponds and I could hear people.

When I came closer I spotted the group that I had met before and they had given me water so I could not complain about their noise. But a big group from the nature education centre was out walking in the wetland. Screaming and making noises and all the birds took off. But if you come here on a weekend, please be here before 8 o´clock in the morning before all the groups are coming.

Listen to the Plaintive Cuckoo

Remarks from the Recordist

Recorded with my ZOOM H5 Handy Recorder. High Pass Filter applied with Audacity

I have never seen so many Plaintive Cuckoo before. I use to hear them all over Bangkok. And I get to see them in the trees some times. Maybe because of breeding or something, but now they were perching on handrails, sticks etc. Something I never seen before.


www.xeno-canto.org

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Intermediate Egret
Nature group out walking in the wetlands

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Sky Train
The sky train is coming

Back at the pier area and I walked out to Sukhumvit Road to hail down a taxi. Took 10 minutes to walk from the pier to Sukhumvit and it was hot so it was very nice to get in to the AC taxi. I should have taken the taxi back home, but as I want to compare the time between the taxi and train for this report I have to go by train.

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Sunday 16th of June 2019
and I went back to Bang Pu to check out the west side of the Bang Pu Recreation Center. Getting out of the taxi and I walked towards west. I reached the new mangrove walk after about 50 meters and I got out in the mangrove. Plenty Collared Kingfishers and at the sea front there is Egrets sitting on the bamboo sticks in the mudflats.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
Todays track covering the west side

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Collared Kingfisher, Todiramphus chloris, นกกินเปี้ยว, White-collared kingfisher, Mangrove kingfisher

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Little Egret, Egretta garzetta, นกยางเปีย, コサギ

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Little Egret, Egretta garzetta, นกยางเปีย, コサギ
Little Egret / นกยางเปีย

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Collared Kingfisher, Todiramphus chloris, นกกินเปี้ยว, White-collared kingfisher, Mangrove kingfisher
Collared Kingfisher / นกกินเปี้ยว

Continue towards west when I´m back out from the mangrove walk and I walk on small streets between the houses and the mangrove patches. Walk carefully here as there are many egrets and herons at the mangrove patches and they are easily flushed. If you manage to get close you will be rewarded with trees full of all kinds of herons and egrets.

I remember an area with dead mangrove since I was here last time 3 years ago and I walked there to see if it is still there. It was and there was Coppersmith Barbets playing around in the dead trees. I spotted more barbets but in flight so I could not identify them.

On top of this there were several Malaysian Fantails and Streak-eared Bulbuls.

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Coppersmith Barbet, Psilopogon haemacephalus, นกตีทอง

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu - Malaysian Pied Fantail, Rhipidura javanica, นกอีแพรดแถบอกดำ

Black-winged Stilt, Himantopus himantopus, นกตีนเทียน

Black-winged Stilt, Himantopus himantopus, นกตีนเทียน
Black-winged Stilt / นกตีนเทียน

Black-winged Stilt, Himantopus himantopus, นกตีนเทียน
Black-winged Stilt / นกตีนเทียน

Black-winged Stilt, Himantopus himantopus, นกตีนเทียน
Black-winged Stilt / นกตีนเทียน sitting on eggs

Black-winged Stilt with nest

There was a Black-winged Stilt and I made a video. I didn´t discover that she had a nest with egg until I came back to the dead mangrove area. The Stilt was sitting down and now I saw that she was sitting on a nest. Back home and I can see the egg on the pictures from the first time I passed.

I was thirsty and very hot after having walked around in the blazing sun. Walking towards the pier and I flush a couple of egrets and I get a recording of a Little Egrets flying over me. Not many times you get to hear an egret so I was happy about the recording.

Listen to the Little Egret

Remarks from the Recordist

ZOOM H5 Handy Recorder. High Pass Filter applied with Audacity

Little Egret flushed from the mangrove when I come walking along the road


www.xeno-canto.org

Bird watching / birding at Bang Pu
I used to golf cart service today

It was very nice to come back to the “snack area” and I had three fresh coconut straight up and down. I bought an ice cream and I was resting on a bench when the golf cart arrived. I spoke with the driver and he took me to Sukhumvit where I found a taxi. I skipped the sky train and took the taxi all the way home.

Next bird watching will be in Suan Rot Fai, click HERE for report

Bird watching trip report


       
                  
OK, it has come to my knowledge that we have senior citizens visiting my web page. How hard can it be? So it's not very easy for them to see the blue coloured links to the next page.
Jiffy (also jiff)

noun [in SING.] informal a moment: we'll be back in a jiffy.

ORIGIN late 18th cent.: of unknown origin.

So as you understand, in a jiff pretty much depends on your internet.
So I put a “Next” button here and I hope that there isn't any problem to understand how to use that one. So just CLICK the “Next” button on your left hand side and you will be on the next page in a jiff!

Marunong ka mag-tagalog? Walang problema! Magpunta sa kabilang pahina pindutin ang “NEXT” button sa itaas

Faites vous parlez le français? Pas de problème! Pour arriver à la page suivante faites s'il vous plaît un déclic le bouton “Next” ci-dessus!

Haga usted dice el español? No hay problema! Ver la siguiente página sólo hacer clic el botón “Next” encima!

Farla parla l'italiano? Non problemi! Per vedere la prossima pagina lo scatto per favore giusto Il bottone “Next” sopra

Sprechen sie Deutsch! Kein problem! Wenn Sie die folgende Seite sehen wollen gerade klicken der Knopf “Next” oben!

คุณพูดภาษาไทยได้ไหม ไม่มีปัญหา ถ้าคุณต้องการไปหน้าถัดไป ให้กดปุ่ม “Next” ข้างบนนี้

Вы говорите по-русски? Просто нажмите синюю кнопку "Next" с левой стороны и Вы моментально переместитесь на следующую страницу!

E ni Svenskar och inte förstår Engelska så ska ni skämmas. J och Björn, med det menar jag inte att alla mina stavfel ska ältas varje gång vi träffas.

Flag of Skåne / Skånska flaggan Well, the flag of Skåne, just a BONUS flag.


                                       

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