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    Cape Verde - Spring 2019

    Hi Eugeni Finally found it way back on my WhatsApp messages: Antonio Lopes +238 994 51 46. I've just messaged to see if he still takes birders to Razo etc. I was last in touch with him in 2020 so possible things could have changed. Best regards Mike
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    Cape Verde - Spring 2019

    Hi Eugeni I did have but can no longer find it (or more accurately I'm travelling soon and I've run out of time to look). I'll have a proper look when I'm back. It was for that reason I asked you the same reason on a different thread. Thanks Mike
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    Cape Verde - Spring 2019

    Hi Paul Seems that all the top avian predators are doing badly in CV for some reason. Now I look it seems there are just about annual records of Peregrine which shows how species/taxon can cling on. Gives rise to some hope but probably needs a New Zealand scale of conservation intervention to...
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    Cape Verde - Spring 2019

    Brilliant suggestion Steve - thanks. I'm on it! Mike
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    Cape Verde - Spring 2019

    Thanks Paul I think it probably is. I'll look into the feasibility and costs, thanks. It also opens up the possibility of an autumn trip as so far I've been looking at spring. By the way, an excellent find for your crew but sadly it looks like this was just about the last CV Peregrine there...
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    Cape Verde - Spring 2019

    Thanks Josh That's really helpful - thanks for posting. And really helpful to know that chumming is in fact possible. Increases the chances and yet this still seems such a hard bird with you managing to see one. Looking better folks - anyone interested in trying to see one of the WP's...
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    Cape Verde - Spring 2019

    Hi BF My wife and I are contemplating a trip to Cape Verde in the spring of 2019. Probably 10 days targetting all key birds. The main logistical challenge with any such trip is getting to see Raso Lark. Initial enquiries with local guides have identified two general options: 1. A small boat...
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