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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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September and October are probably my favourite months in Beijing. The excessive heat of the summer diminishes and, given the autumnal breeze, combined with regular rain, the air quality is good, resulting in some fantastic clear days with superb visibility. … Continue reading
On Saturday I led a tour of Yeyahu NR with a group from the British Embassy in Beijing. It was a fun day out that will hopefully inspire a new generation of birders and we also raised GBP 75 to … 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
I visited Wild Duck Lake on Sunday with Peter Cawley. The weather was far from ideal and we endured thick fog, with visibility down to around 20-25 metres, for the first few hours. The fog gradually dispersed from around 1000am … Continue reading
On Saturday I made my first visit to Ma Chang/Yeyahu for a few weeks and boy, was it worth it?! The autumn migration is now in full swing. The highlight was undoubtedly the juvenile/first winter Little Gull that I found … 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