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- Yeyahu with Per Alström and Zhao Min
- Miyun Reservoir with Beijing Hikers
- Male Przevalski’s Redstart at Lingshan joined by a female!
- New photos of the PRZEVALSKI’S REDSTART at Lingshan
- PRZEVALSKI’S REDSTART in Beijing!
- Asian Rosy Finches
- CHIFFCHAFF – new for Beijing (or not)
- Birding with the Right Honourable Mr Kenneth Clarke MP
- Birding Beijing on Prime Time TV!
- The Birds of Beijing And The Air They Fly In
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Birding in Beijing is brilliant at any time of year but, during spring migration, it’s hard to beat and there are so many highlights from Sunday’s trip to Yeyahu Nature Reserve with Per Alström and Zhao Min that it’s hard … Continue reading
In the sweltering heat (it’s hit 39 degrees C this week), I visited Wild Duck Lake on Saturday. I was hoping for some bitterns (There has been a Cinnamon Bittern in the Olympic Forest Park for the last week or … Continue reading
On Saturday I made my usual visit to Wild Duck Lake. Starting at Ma Chang, it was soon obvious that there were no Oriental Plovers on site.. It’s been an incredible spring for this bird and a joy to see … Continue reading
In June many birders think the marvels of spring migration are over and thoughts turn to butterflies, dragonflies, family holidays or even moths (I kid you not!). But, here in the Beijing area, early June can be a very good … Continue reading
May in Beijing has been gorgeous so far.. cool, fresh mornings which warm up fast as the sun burns off any lingering mist and with a cool breeze to keep the heat bearable in the hottest part of the day. … Continue reading