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Recent content by tjbirdofprey

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    Vietnam December 2019 or March 2020

    Hi there I am looking for younger birders (20s to early 30s) who would be interested in joining me on a self planned trip to Vietnam for 12 to 16 days (I'm 24 myself). The plan would be to travel on a reasonable budget, target the endemics and to build a hefty checklist whilst really exploring...
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    Vietnam (north and south)

    Thanks for the precise coordinates! That will definitely help me out a lot :-)
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    Vietnam (north and south)

    That's great help, thank you so much !
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    Vietnam (north and south)

    Okay great, thank you for your help! I'm definitely interested in going to Cuc Phuong as well, do you know if its possible to make it a day trip to Bong substation area? I imagine my parents will be tagging along and won't fancy staying in the actual park. I'm thinking we might try and find...
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    Vietnam (north and south)

    Okay thank you very much for your help! Would you be able to pm me the guides information? I'd be interested in hiring them for a day if I can afford it. Collared Laughingthrush would be superb to see! Do you know if local taxis would be able to take me to a few places if I go on solo outings...
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    Vietnam (north and south)

    Hi there, I will be visiting Vietnam for 14 days in either March or April next year and am looking for some information and advice on birding sites. Now this is going to be a bit of a family holiday so I won't have masses of time to go solely birding although I'm hoping I can weasel a few days...
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    Thrush sp, UK

    Just a female blackbird right? funny facial markings that almost look female siberian thrush like
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    Birdwatching in Straits of Gibraltar & La Janda

    Thank you very much for you help John! I recently discovered Ebird and had Osuna down as a potential location for the Sandgrouse and Bustards but that's great to have it confirmed. I'll make a trip up there in a few weeks time or so. The other info is great too! I'll send you a PM.
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    Birdwatching in Straits of Gibraltar & La Janda

    Hey guys, I'm looking to tick off a few sought after/bogey birds this spring/summer and wondered if anyone had any ideas where to go for them? I live in Sotogrande and It would be ideal if locations were limited to 2 and a half hours away max! The species I am hoping to see are European Roller...
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    Birding around Seattle and Vancouver

    Okay, that's great help anyway. I've had a browse on the forum and it looks like it could provide some good info too. Thank you!
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    Birding around Seattle and Vancouver

    Perfect, I had a look at the Reifel Bird Sanctuary and Twassassen Harbour and they both look great. Thank you very much Wolfbirder! Any additional information any one can provide for the Seattle area? That would be greatly appreciated. I've been on Ebird and Discovery Park seems worth a visit.
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    Birding around Seattle and Vancouver

    Hi everyone! from the 31st March I will be spending two weeks in Washington State and British Columbia which I am very excited about. The majority of the time we will be based around the Olympic National Park and the Mount Rainier National Park but we will also be travelling up to Canada to...
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    Warbler Sp Cadiz, Spain

    Sorry for the late reply, my internets been down for the past ten days! Thank you very much for the replies! I'll keep that in mind about the Icterine being a rarity around Cadiz.
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    Warbler Sp Cadiz, Spain

    I'm not exactly the greatest at warbler identification! So any ideas guys? Is it an Icterine or a Melodious perhaps? Cheers, TJ
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Ring Ouzel at Portland, Dorset a couple of weeks ago.. Great to finally catch up with this delightful bird as it had been a bit of a bogey.
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