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Recent content by Andrea-Bologna

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    any update about birding in Jordan?

    Hi there Maybe someone has recent feedback returning from Jordan for birdwatching? Especially about travelling with binocular and compact camera (in my case a medium sized Canon SX70HS) and having (or not having) troubles in airport, check points and so on.
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    Jordan off limits for birders?

    no problem in april 2019 I know that an organized group of Italian birders and photographers, more or less friends of mine, have been in Jordan in April 2019. I know they did not have any trouble, despite of using bino's, scopes and of course various cameras. Important fact is, I think, that...
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    Ideas for autumn birding, maybe near Edinburgh

    thanx.... Hello, I forgot to thank all those replied this topic. Anyway, I finally decided to go to.... Nederland! It'll be easier due to better flights and no hassle having to drive the car on the opposite side we are used. I saved into a PDF the infos you all provided me in this forum, for...
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    Ideas for birding in autumn

    thanks for the reply. Anyway, I finally decide to go to.... Nederland! It'll be easier due to better flights and no hassle having to drive the car on the opposite side we are used.
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    Ideas for autumn birding, maybe near Edinburgh

    Thanx again for the replies. About which species I'd like more to see: it'd be pretty simple as I never birded norther than Czech republic. Actually, I already saw a lot of birds wintering in Italy, such as Scoters, Long-tailed Ducks, white tailed Eagles, all the Grebes, 3 species of Divers. I...
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    Ideas for autumn birding, maybe near Edinburgh

    Thanx a lot for the replies so far
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    Ideas for birding in autumn

    Hi there. I’m from Italy and I wonder if birding in autumn in Ireland (October, November?) could be interesting for someone like me, who never visited north Europe on the whole. I guess the reply is YES. As you can imagine, I miss a lot of species…. Anyway, I’d have some limitations: Cheap...
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    Ideas for autumn birding, maybe near Edinburgh

    Hi there. I’m from Italy and I wonder if birding in autumn in Scotland (October, November?) could be interesting for someone like me, who never visited north Europe on the whole. I guess the reply is YES. As you can imagine, I miss a lot of species…. Anyway, I’d have some limitations: Cheap...
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    Azores

    I have some current sightings which I'd like to be included in http://azoresbirdsightings.blogspot.pt/ someone knows how ho contact the blog owners? I can't find any way
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    Azores

    Hi there. As I think I'll be visitina Azores this summer, I just found this interesting "Updated list with some comments on species distribution" http://cita.angra.uac.pt/ficheiros/publicacoes/1448462745.pdf released just a few months ago!
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    Birding in the Delta Po area and in Emilia Romagna

    If somone is interested in finding birding sites in my region, called "Emilia Romagna" and in the Delta Po area, here are 2 useful links: A map I did, which includes the most interesting areas: http://tinyurl.com/kddakqw A bilingul guide for the Po Delta...
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    Very strange gull in Italy!

    China... New Zealand (??!!)... I also 've read about a similarity with ... andean gull!! That gull seems very interesting indeed
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    Jordan off limits for birders?

    Jordan troubles The very bad situation which interests so many north Africa and Middle East counties is obviously a disgrace for people living down there, but also it narrows the choice when the WP birder wants to take a trip. So it's very useful to discuss about this topic. About Tunisia...
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    Jordan off limits for birders?

    Very bad experience in my opinion, it makes me paranoid about going in Jordan, and I'd love to do it! :-(
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    Sardinia in March

    hello, Check out the SYSTEMATIC LIST http://www.ebnitalia.it/lists/sardegna.htm in March you can see many species, of course not those who arrive later from Africa (i.e. Eleonora's Falcon). You can get Purple Swamphen, Flamingos, Spectacled Warbler, also Little Bustard, Marmora's Warbler ...
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