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Female Wilson’s Phalarope
June 13, 2016
The Biggest Week in American Birding
Text and photos by Dylan Vasapolli   Overview May is known as the best month for birding in the eastern part of the United States, and in particular for the spectacular spring migration that occ ...
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Red-bearded Bee-eater_walker
May 17, 2016
Birding Thailand
Andy Walker spent some time in Thailand this winter and provides a brief summary of his time there below:   This winter, between late January and early March, I spent time leading two customized ...
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Scaly-bellied Woodpecker-walker
April 21, 2016
Birding Asia
This January (2016), Andy Walker led our 15-day Birding Tour India: Birds, Tigers and the Himalayas. Here Andy provides a brief summary of the tour. Click this link to be taken to the full trip report ...
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Eurasian Three-toed Woodpecker
March 23, 2016
March 2016 newsletter
Dear Birders Greetings, and welcome to our newsletter, which we send once every two months. We always love hearing from you, so please do send us a note if you don’t mind. We want to mention that a ...
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Drakensberg Rockjumper-chittenden
March 17, 2016
Birding in southern Africa
85 % of the bird species of the southern third of Africa (705 species out of 829 regularly occurring ones), and an amazing 82 mammal species, seen in two months by combining four of our back-to-back t ...
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Lesser Bird-of-paradise
March 11, 2016
See over 10 birds-of-paradise on a budget
Every birder dreams of seeing the world’s most beautiful birds, the incomparable birds-of-paradise! This dream is only made more intense after viewing documentaries such as “Attenborough in Paradi ...
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Burchell’s Sandgrouse-merrill
March 9, 2016
A 5-day twitch to Namibia
By Chris Lotz                       Burchell’s Sandgrouse (photo by Ian Merrill) ITINERARY Date Overnight Location 2 March Windhoek to Waterber ...
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female Hottentot Buttonquail
February 16, 2016
Surveying for one of South Africa’s rarest birds: the elusive fynbos endemic, Hottentot Buttonquail
Hottentot Buttonquail must be the most enigmatic of all of South Africa’s 18 endemics. Its world population is estimated at fewer than 1000 individuals and thought to be declining! The global distri ...
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Rose-Robin-walker
February 5, 2016
Field Guides to Australasia and Oceania: what to take into the field
Draft – invitation for your feedback – please e-mail info@birdingecotours.com with your comments and suggestions. New Guinea: Birds of New Guinea (Pratt et al.). Hooray, the second edition ...
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Western Crowned Pigeon
January 27, 2016
Birding Ecotours News – January/February 2016
Greetings, birders! We missed a newsletter since the whole team has been out birding even more than usual! We aim to send six newsletters a year, but in reality we sometimes only manage four or five, ...
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