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    Jungle unhindered: where in the world?

    Calilegua is excellent for birding, Parc Proviciales Uruguay, El Ray to but without car difficult to reach.
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    Jungle unhindered: where in the world?

    Tent place is in Kaeng Krachan und Nam Nao in Thailand. There are not much ways but especially Kaeng Krachan many birds.
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    Birding in Vienna

    Look at https://www.ornitho.at/index.php?m_id=6&sp_DOffset=15&langu=en
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    Autumn migration at Kaukasian mountains

    Hello togehter, I am interested in watching autumn migration at Batumi or further north. Sochi is easier richable by plain from Munich. Further I can read kyrilic letters very well and speak a bit Russian. Where are recommend bird watching places near Sochi for migration or mountain birds...
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    Common Cranes in winter

    Some of Cranes I see almost each year west of Berlin. Maybe 10 until 50 in area of lake Rietzer See ( lake with reed and agriculture area around ), Great Bustard area near Buckow/ Nennhausen ( gras area with agriculture around ), lake G├╝lper See ( lake with wetland, reed and agriculture area...
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    Living at old age

    In some countries are mixed looking like Chile or Argentine. In other they people see from 1 km that Europeans are foreigners.
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    Living at old age

    I have defined 362 different birds defined in Germany. Per year 280 is a very good value.
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    Ghana Birding and Wildlife Tour

    see also https://ghanahealthservice.org/
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    Living at old age

    I Think one of most difficult point is to find out how good is the health system. Best is the experience of different people which serious get ill there. Munich has excellent health system. But there is only possible to rent privat flats. The owner can increase price for 15 % every 3 years and...
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    Living at old age

    I made a list of killer criteria and priorities Criteria Prio ( 1- 3 ) Bewertung ( 1- 5 ) Killerkriterium Residential Visa possible 1 x Health service 1 x Heavy Noise disturbing 1 x Industrial disturbing 1 x Traffic disturbing 1 x good bicycle network 1...
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    Living at old age

    Maybe before go abroad 1 year test living. In Doi Luang Chiang Dao ( North Thailand ) area I met one Britain which change living place each year. But I think sometime must come the final decision for living place.
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    Living at old age

    Problem is seen for instance in speech of Bundestag of Dr. Gregor Gysi 1998 ! This video is seen on youtube in German language. He warned 1998 if EU is not a union of culture and same chances, than it will be a union for big export companies, banks and maybe for insurance comapnies. If this...
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    Living at old age

    Thank you for the information. Health care in Germany was in ninetees one of the best in the world. But than follow many cuts and privatising. Live expections is in medium level of Europe, but health live expection in Germany is fourth lowest in EU with only 56,5 years. see diagramm on page 3 of...
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    Living at old age

    Thank You very much for all informations. Panama sounds interesting to. Price for living costs is possible to see on https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/ In Munich where I live now, 40 quaremeter flat costs about 800 Euro. Possible is only to rent flat from private person or companies like...
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    Living at old age

    Hello together, I look for place to move at old age. Conditions 1. For good flat like 40 quaremeters costs less than 600 Euro per month. 2. Good access to health service and health insurance 3. Low crime rate 4. Moderate climate, not extrem cold or for months hot and humid 5. Landscape variety...
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    Top Birding Destinations on Earth

    I would suggest Argentine with Calilegua, El Ray, Laguna Los Pozuelas, Chaco, Ibera and PP Uruguay + south There is possible tropic birds and in south also Penguins. High chance of Grand Tucan, King Vulture, Condor, Rheas, Flamingos, Great Hummingbird and so on. For South America quite save...
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    Help pls : a week in S France - Septembre or October

    For photography more interesting is Gorge Verdon. But maybe combine Camargue, Craux und Verdon. Waders migration peak I think is end of August to middle of September
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    Car rental NT Australia for wildlife watching

    In Northern Territory some lake for swim. Some can be very interesting for fish and freshwater turtle. For watching I used swimmglases.
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    Car rental NT Australia for wildlife watching

    In some areas are lots of Kangoroos. Problem is the jumping, because they hit your front screen window.
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    Bucket List Suggestions

    I higher areas in California like Mono lake is much cooler in August ? Also in Monterry bay at the coast ? I was in July there and it was not to hot.
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    Bucket List Suggestions

    If you go to Japan, you have to go 2 weeks in quarantane.
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    Bucket List Suggestions

    Yosemite you can combine with Mono lake. Maybe in August already started migration saison.
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    Ghana Birding and Wildlife Tour

    Thank You for the information. best regards Dieter
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    Japanese Bird names

    Thank you very much for help. Hopefully wikipedia names are right. In internet are many failures with Japanese language. If I send Japanese friends setence from google translator they often laugh. In the wikipedia overview are Katagana, often Kanji and somethimes Furigana ( Kanji + Katagana )...
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    Japanese Bird names

    Hallo together, is there any recommend internet page with Japanese bird names. Ideally with both Japanese and English, but I can read also Hiragana. Thank you very much. Best regards Dieter
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