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The wonders of making do

Posted Monday 23rd May 2016 at 19:55 by Green Sandpiper
Its possible that I've mentioned occasionally that this has been a frustrating year. Too many demands on limited time, a faltering year list, and general low mood have prevented me not only from getting out, but even impacted on my social media birding.

Giving myself another shake, I vowed to myself that whenever birding opportunities- no matter how awkward or unlikely- cropped up, I needed to seize them.

Thus, last Monday, I found myself in North Glasgow on a brief...
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Discover a new way to search for bird watching tours

Posted Friday 20th May 2016 at 22:31 by WilsonDiaz
As owner of a wildlife tour operator based in South America it is not always easy to implement marketing strategies for target markets like UK or North America and our audience had been quite limited. A few months ago I was contacted by Chris Larsen, director of a marketing company based in the UK who was planning to launch a web based marketing project related to wildlife tourism. The idea sounded good, and as Green Tours, I decided to get involved into this adventure and promote my services with...
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Sardinian warbler and other birds in Soto de las Juntas

Posted Friday 20th May 2016 at 10:40 by Moncho
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The last week I showed the black-necked grebes of Soto de la Juntas pond. In this entry I will show the rest of the birds I saw the first of april 2016.
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Last chance to see.....

Posted Wednesday 18th May 2016 at 03:13 by Green Sandpiper
Its been a really bitty year, with birding restricted, and too many Sundays (my normal birding day) have been spent doing things I don't want to.

ANyway, last week found myself slightly demotivated at work and buggered off at 1pm, determined to get some birding in. I wouldn't say that it was pre- planned, but I did have binos in my bag.

Logistics, and a tip off from my birding mate Bluebill, meant I had to stay local. My targets were whitethroat and swift, with both...
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New hotspots for birdwatching in northern Peru Part 3

Posted Sunday 15th May 2016 at 15:20 by WilsonDiaz
As offered in our lastest issue, in this last part of the three releases about
new hotspots for birding in north Peru we will talk about the outstanding experience of birding in the Alto Mayo Protected Forest. The first spot is the already well known site of “La Llanteria”, “Chuqui Llantas”, or “El Afluente”. Until last year the area has been birded from the road, but recently the owner of the land has built a trail that goes up into the forest and allows to find even more birds than before....
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