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Magic Birding Circuit San Jorge Botanical Eco Lodge Ecuador

Posted Thursday 27th September 2007 at 11:37 by ddoekes
Magic Birding Circuit Ecuador
Trip Report
March 4 – 23, 2007

[left]The Hosteria San Jorge was built as a traditional 18th Century Spanish Hosteria. It consists of 200 acres in the Pichincha Foothills. San Jorge is the only reserve within minutes of the Capital of Quito and it offers the incredible Magic Birding Circuit, this consists of 5 nature and bird watching reserves with the possibility of seeing over 800 species of birds; it covers almost all of the altitudes...
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Posted Sunday 4th November 2007 at 00:00 by Chris Benesh
Ah, another case of birding serendipity. Yesterday, my email box contained a couple of messages about an odd bird that had been seen on a golf course pond in Casa Grande, Arizona. The first message began like this:

A fellow just called in to TAS and I answered the phone (my mistake) he told me he lives in a motorcoach and tours the country, is a birder with a good sized lifelist.

While playing a round at Casa Grande he spotted a bird he couldn't ID. His description"
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Chengdu Birding – Pandas and the Bamboo Jungle.

Posted Monday 28th January 2008 at 06:08 by china guy
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Chengdu Birding – Chengdu, Sichuan the gateway to Tibet.
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Today it was a trip to another interesting Chengdu spot – the famous Panda research center. This place is located within parkland about 10km to the north of the city. Here you’ll find a lot of nice woodland, scrubby thicket and large areas of thick propagated Bamboo (a jungle of Panda fodder). The Pandas themselves are kept in large open-air enclosures that are full of trees, bush and...
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6/15/08 - Pu'u Maka'ala NAR

Posted Monday 16th June 2008 at 19:00 by bkrownd
Updated Monday 16th June 2008 at 19:03 by bkrownd
I didn't have much time on Sunday, so I went to the Army Road area of Pu'u Maka'ala NAR to locate an 'aiea tree that I had taken photos of several months ago. In fact, I found three of them, including one that was quite large. I'm not sure which is the one I got the photo from. An interesting thing I observed is that the trees with more branches had much smaller leaves. None were flowering, but there were some buds on one that I'll have to watch in case it's fruiting.

I also...
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7/6/08 - Pu'u Wa'awa'a

Posted Monday 7th July 2008 at 09:07 by bkrownd
I did my first volunteer work day at Pu'u Wa'awa'a. It's a two hour drive each way, so I can't go there often. Pu'u Wa'awa'a was cited by the early Hawaiian botanist Rock as being the richest forest in the Hawaiian islands, in terms of plant species. Since then, nearly 100 years of ranching and illegal logging have ravaged the area. It isn't as barren as the ranch leases that ring Mauna Kea and across the Waimea Plain through North Kohala, but the environmental losses are still staggering. ...
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