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- 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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During my trip to Liaoning Province in May, primarily for visible migration at Laotieshan, I spent a day with Tom Beeke and Spike Millington north of Dalian towards the North Korean border, to look for waders. The whole area is … Continue reading
The third in the series of guest posts on Birding Beijing is from Brian Jones. Brian was kind enough to take me on my first visit to Wild Duck Lake (covering the areas of Ma Chang and Yeyahu Nature Reserve) … Continue reading
Spike and I have just paid another visit to Wild Duck Lake. The previous two days had been very warm (top temperatures in Beijing of over 20 degrees Celsius) and with very little wind. Lack of wind is always a … Continue reading
Another trip to Wild Duck Lake gave rewards but not in the way we had expected! A big target bird was Baer’s Pochard, a rare duck that breeds in NE China and the S Russian Far East and winters in … Continue reading
This week, Birding Beijing is brought to you by the letter “M” and the number “2″. “M” because there was a distinctly Mongolian feel to Saturday’s birding, and “2″ because I saw two new birds! Spike and I visited Wild … Continue reading