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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
Ok, I know it sounds as if I am making this up but on Saturday I found another pelican at Wild Duck Lake. Only this time, it was a DALMATIAN PELICAN. A stunning end to another fantastic day of birding … 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
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
With Spring in the air, Spike Millington and I decided to pay a visit to Wild Duck Lake to see whether birds were on the move. We caught the first bus from Beijing at 6am and arrived in Yanqing at … Continue reading
On Saturday I accompanied visiting Swedish birder, Anders Magnusson, to Wild Duck Lake (Ma Chang/Yeyahu Nature Reserve) for a day’s birding. Thankfully the forecast strong winds were absent as we were dropped off at Ma Chang at 0730 in -12 … Continue reading
A few images from my most recent visit to Ma Chang/Yeyahu (Wild Duck Lake) just before Christmas. The reservoir is well and truly frozen over now and the locals are taking advantage to engage in a spot of ice-fishing. Brian … Continue reading