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    Sichuan Birding

    Hi, your rodent is more like a Apodemus sp. than a vole. Noting that its tail obviously has ringed scale. Robbi
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    Sichuan Birding

    Well done, Roland! And it's sad to heard some stupid idea would be carry out in Labahe, too.
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    Sichuan Birding

    Just backed from the Tangjiahe NR (my 1st visit), saw: 1 Lepard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis), 1 Hog Badger (Arctonyx collaris), 1 Musked Plam Civet (Paguma larvata), 1 Reeve's Muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi) during the night walks (the first 2 both within 5 m, whom walked confidently toward us...
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    Spring and summer records of the Pine Grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator) in China

    Dear all, This is Robbi, again. Near end of this July, I saw one Pine Grosbeak at Hanma National Nature Reserve (IBA CN065) in northeast Inner Mongolia. I've noticed that spring/summer record of this species in China is quite rare! Anyone knows any other record? Thanks ahead for sharing...
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    Progress of Taxonomy of the Leaf Warblers (Phylloscopus, Aves) in China)

    Dear All, Here is a taxonomical review of Phylloscopus occurs in China which worte by my coauthors and I published in the "Chinese Journal of Zoology" this year. Sorry for it mainly in Chinese but with a English abstract, as well as an appendix of species list and their status in China. Anyone...
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    Shorebirds ID Help, Beidagang (west coast of Bohai Bay), Tianjin, China

    Hi Everyone, Thanks very much to all of your helpful suggestions! Since the male do not show a broad black band on the uppermost mantle, just below the white neck collar for a MP, and adds the distribution information. I'm leaning towards KP rather than MP. All the best, Robbi
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    Shorebirds ID Help, Beidagang (west coast of Bohai Bay), Tianjin, China

    Thanks to Ken and Larry for your valuable comments !
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    Shorebirds ID Help, Beidagang (west coast of Bohai Bay), Tianjin, China

    Hi Everyone, Here I've atttached two pics of 2 shorebirds shot near the coastal area of Tianjin, China. They're looks like the Kentish Plover, but the male which have a complete breast band made me confused. Is there any possibility of this bird to be a Malaysian Plover? Welcome comments...
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    Sichuan Birding

    Hi Charlotte, I'm not at 北师大 but I'm in Beijing now. There will be workshop for young "Chinese" students whom majoring in the ornithology or avian biology at 北师大 in August. Will you join this? The July is mainly rainy season for the Sichuan and Yunnan, good luck to your in coming trip! To Sid--...
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    Sichuan Birding

    It's me again, sorry for my poor English "at least 7 Sambar Deer with 1 Goral feeding on the clif 50 m away". Its not the sambar deer "with" goral. We drove along the road in Labahe, and spotted at least 4 times of several deers. We found just 1 goral feeding on the clif of opposite side of the...
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    Sichuan Birding

    Hi Chang, Sid and James Hi Chang, to my mind our beloved Wawu should be one of the best place for spoting the Red Panda on the earth in the past. I think Sid and James could agree with me at this point. Will see what would happen in the future after the god damned redevelopment. Hi...
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    Sichuan Birding

    Happy New Year to All of Your! My Birder Friends! Go on good Birding in 2011! --Robbi
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    Sichuan Birding

    Fabulous bird and nice pic!
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    Sichuan Birding

    Hi, Sid, Thanks a lot for the info of Sichuan Treecreeper, if the Wildsound guys got GPS wayponits of tianquanensis, that would be great! As I know, according to Pro. Hu's report of biodiversity survey of Wawu Natural Reserve (2001), there're at least 2 species of Flying Squirrels at Wawu Mt...
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    Sichuan Birding

    I agree with Mark, it's a Short-eared Owl
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