Merry Christmas from Birding Beijing!

Japanese Waxwing, Summer Palace, Beijing

Just a short post to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a bird-filled 2012.

Here is a photo of a Japanese Waxwing taken during last winter’s ‘invasion’ of Beijing by these wonderful birds.  This image is one of my favourites.

Libby and I are going to Palawan in the Philippines for a few days (it’ll be nice to take a break from the Beijing winter), so look out for a post about that in early January!

In the meantime, if you want to follow Santa’s progress, you can follow him on Twitter @OfficialSanta for live updates.  I hope you’ve all been good… ho ho ho!

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About Terry Townshend

I am a British birder living and birding in Beijing from August 2010 until 2015. Through this blog I hope I can convey a sense of what it is like to live in this thriving, confident and contrasting city and the birdlife that can be found in its environs. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it! Terry Townshend, Beijing September 2010
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6 Responses to Merry Christmas from Birding Beijing!

  1. Ken Turnip says:

    Have really enjoyed following this blog through this year. Have a great Christmas in Palawan and a very happy and healthy 2012.

    Best wishes and good birding.

    Ken

  2. John Holmes says:

    Merry Christmas, Terry… all the best for 2012 and I hope you’ll be “Birding Beijing” for a while yet !

  3. Norm Farrell says:

    To you also, Terry. Have been enjoying your posts and look forward to more in the new year.

    Norm Farrell

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