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- Shorebirding at Nanpu, 13-15 August 2014
- An Educational Sandplover
- Asian Dowitchers
- Juvenile BAER’S POCHARD?
- PACIFIC SWIFTS breeding in Beijing!
- Grey-sided Thrushes at Wulingshan
- Manchurian Bush Warbler at Lingshan
- Streaked Reed Warbler in Beijing!
- Green-backed (Elisae’s) Flycatcher
- First for China: STREAK-THROATED SWALLOW in Beijing!
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Tag Archives: Brown Shrike
Sadly, it is still relatively common to find illegal mist nets in China. Most appear to be erected by poor people who will likely either eat the birds caught or sell them as cagebirds, if they are popular species. For … Continue reading
Dandong wasn’t just a wader bonanza (17 Nordmann’s Greenshanks roosting with 2 Asian Dowitchers was really something!) but also a celebration of Siberian migrants. We encountered Siberian Rubythroats and both Siberian Blue and Rufous-tailed Robins bobbing along the sea wall, … Continue reading
A short video of the Brown Shrike and Taiga Flycatcher can be seen here. Did you spot the warbler in the background at the beginning of the flycatcher footage??