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Laotieshan continues to astound. This morning between just 0530 and 0645 we recorded 1,257 Ashy Minivets and 3,000 Red-rumped Swallows.. not to mention good numbers of Olive-backed Pipits, Richard’s Pipits, Black-faced Buntings… astonishing. After the passerine migration began to slow, … Continue reading
On Saturday I met up with Peter Cawley – from my original local patch at Winterton in the UK – and flew across to Dalian for the onward journey to Laotieshan, the southern tip of the Dalian peninsula. It is … Continue reading
Sunny and warm, light northerly winds, almost no cloud. Much reduced visible migration and very few hirundines compared with yesterday. Nevertheless, it was another good day at this special site. Highlights included another White-throated Needletail that came in at nearly … Continue reading