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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, 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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    500-550 Oriental White Storks in Beidagang, Tianjin

    Last Sunday morning (8th, Nov.), one of my friend and I caught sight of 500-550 Oriental White Storks Ciconia boyciana at Beidagang, a wetland in Tianjin, near the Bohai coast line. That means we have saw more than one to sixth of this endangered species' global population at one site on one...
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    Hi everyone;) I'm student of avian ecology in P. R. of China Very happy to be here and share the fun of bird watching