Tag Archives: Wu Ling Shan

Wu Ling Shan Dawn Chorus

I recorded the dawn chorus at Wu Ling Shan during my last visit.  Have a listen and see how many species you can identify… Wu Ling Shan Dawn Chorus I can hear 5 (Large Hawk Cuckoo, Claudia’s Leaf Warbler, Hume’s … Continue reading

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Wu Ling Shan: The Return

When US birder, Gina Sheridan, asked if I wanted to visit Wu Ling Shan again, I jumped at the chance.  On my previous flying visit, although I had seen most of the special birds at this site, I had missed … Continue reading

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Describing What You Hear

Birding at Wu Ling Shan at the weekend focused my mind on bird sounds.  In forests with many birds skulky, relying on sight alone would result in a small list! I am certainly guilty of focusing most of my birding … Continue reading

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Phylloscopus frenzy

At the weekend, Libby and I hired a car and drove the 3 hours to Wu Ling Shan in Hebei Province.  It’s the highest peak (2,116 metres) easily accessible from the Beijing area and is a great site for birding. … Continue reading

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