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- Red-throated Loon in Beijing – first record since 1933!
- SWINHOE’S RAIL at the Temple of Heaven!
- STOP PRESS: Spoon-billed Sandpiper in Beijing!
- GREAT WHITE PELICAN at Miyun – the 3rd record for the capital
- Eastern and Western Water Rails
- “Shaheen” Peregrine in Beijing?
- GREY PHALAROPE in Beijing!
- Chinese Grey Shrike
- Siberian Rubythroat
- Finless Porpoises
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Tag Archives: Chinese Hill Warbler
The Chinese Hill Babbler (Rhopophilus pekinensis), also known as the Chinese Hill Warbler or White-browed Chinese Warbler, is usually on the list of “most wanted” birds for visiting birders. It has a limited distribution but is quite common in the … Continue reading
With summer upon us, Beijing is now hot and humid. As well as the heat, July and August are also the months that see the highest rainfall in the capital, mostly from the frequent spectacular thunderstorms. Air conditioning units are … Continue reading
A short trip to Dalian over the Spring Festival holiday was simply brilliant. I nipped over with Spike Millington and met up with Dalian-based Canadian, Tom Beeke. Tom is a top man – he met us at the airport, arranged … Continue reading
On Saturday I accompanied visiting Swedish birder, Anders Magnusson, to Wild Duck Lake (Ma Chang/Yeyahu Nature Reserve) for a day’s birding. Thankfully the forecast strong winds were absent as we were dropped off at Ma Chang at 0730 in -12 … Continue reading