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Andrew Walker Oct 5
Mangrove Golden Whistler was a major target while I was in the Northern Territory. The yellow on this male was so bright! 😎
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Taiwan Birds Sep 24
Common question: how hard is the walking on a Taiwan ? A: Usually quite easy - on good, flattish surfaces for 10-60 minutes at a time away from the vehicle. Often roadside. Any rougher/steeper surfaces usually optional. Normal walking shoes or sneakers usually fine.
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Andrew Walker Oct 10
Some fantastic views of Albert’s Lyrebird here at in Queensland, Australia at the moment.
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Andrew Walker 24 Mar 18
This gorgeous bird is a Mangrove Blue Flycatcher from Malaysia during my January tour. I got eaten alive by mosquitoes for this bird!!!
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Elisa Holgate / ModernWildlife 30 Dec 16
When 1 bird wants all the attention on the ! This tamey grey fantail was sitting on our feet!
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Aviantours birding 18 Oct 18
The golden girls on our , on the lookout for the Audouin’sGull
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Andrew Walker Oct 5
White-breasted Whistler was a big highlight bird from Darwin in the NT. A tough one to get as it’s usually the seaward side of Mangrove forests... think crocs! Really pleased to be able to find this for my client.
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Elisa Holgate / ModernWildlife 30 Dec 16
Spot the rare bird! white-eye (Zosterops tenuirostris) has <5000 left!
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This is Cozumel 29 Jul 18
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KazakhWorld 6 Feb 15
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Native Bird Boxes 20 Feb 16
Just a little friend capturing some last minute rays before sundown!
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Aviantours birding 15 Sep 18
Thinking of a for autumn / winter’18 or 2019? Visit our website, we may have just the thing for you! Spain, Morocco & Gibraltar 👉🏼
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Ronda Murdock 19 Oct 18
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Andrew Walker 26 Mar 18
Australian Pratincoles have REALLY long legs! Can’t wait to get back there later in the year...
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Alan Davies 31 Jan 14
Down to Birmingham & back today, grim drive in rain, but looks like exciting new tour coming for Autumn! Watch this space!
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Birding Ecotours 5 Jul 16
Chestnut Quail-thrush, endemic of southern Australia. Great views of this species during our 2015 .
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Birding Ecotours 21 Aug 15
Our lads are at ! f you are around do pop in & say Hello to Dylan, John, Andy & Greg for news
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Nick Bray 23 Nov 18
Chestnut-eared Bunting & Dusky Thrush seen on migration on the last tour to SE China
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Alan McBride - #FBPE Feb 4
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Sergio Avila 3 Feb 17
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