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Old Sunday 15th January 2017, 18:26   #51
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Added a few during the waterfowl count today:

63 Common Pochard
64 Willow Tit
65 Caspian Gull
66 Smew
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Finally home! But first, birding updates from my layover cities:

A couple hours in Lima’s La Punta District - concluding with excellent ceviche:
120. West Peruvian Dove
121. Belcher’s Gull
122. Scrub Blackbird (lifer)
123. Peruvian Booby
124. Long-tailed Mockingbird
125. Guanay Cormorant (lifer)
126. Red-legged Cormorant (lifer)
127. American Oystercatcher
128. Semipalmated Plover
129. Semipalmated Sandpiper
130. Gray-hooded Gull
131. Spotted Sandpiper
132. Gull-billed Tern
133. Royal Tern
134. Sandwich Tern
135. Elegant Tern
136. Blue-gray Tanager

A great morning in Bogotá’s Parque La Florida a stone’s throw from the airport - I would recommend going with a local as I did, it’s not that accessible otherwise:
137. Great Thrush
138. Bare-faced Ibis (lifer)
139. Blue-winged Teal
140. Bogota Rail (lifer)
141. Solitary Sandpiper
142. American Coot
143. Yellow-hooded Blackbird (lifer)
144. Cattle Egret
145. Apolinar’s Wren (lifer)
146. Broad-winged Hawk
147. Ruddy Duck
148. Lesser Scaup
149. Sora
150. Andean Siskin (lifer)
151. Black Flowerpiercer (lifer)
152. Tennessee Warbler
153. Mountain Elaenia (lifer)
154. Yellow-backed Oriole (lifer)
155. Sparkling Violetear (lifer)
156. Rufous-browed Conebill (lifer)
157. Silvery-throated Spinetail (lifer)

And now back in sunny LA, just a lazy day getting our house back in order and doing laundry today:
158. American Crow
159. Northern Mockingbird
160. Yellow-rumped Warbler

Truly one of my best vacations ever, birds and otherwise!
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Old Tuesday 17th January 2017, 19:35   #53
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On Sunday I managed a long-awaited lifer in Cesky Krumlov

75. Red Crossbill
76. Middle Spotted Woodpecker

And today I had a surprise bird beside the river in the middle of town. I'm not sure if there are any Czech birders following this thread, I'd welcome some comments if so.

77. Great Egret
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A few more in recent days which have included trips to Exeter, Yarner Wood and Somerset, followed by a look in at Topsham and Dawlish.
Tufted Duck
Marsh Harrier
Chiffchaff
Treecreeper
Sparrowhawk
Marsh Tit
Nuthatch
Siskin
American Wigeon
Fieldfare
Great White Egret
Bearded Tit - While finding two of these sparklers at Westhay, our car was broken into and luggage stolen :(
Pochard
Whooper Swan
Greylag Goose
Raven
Yellow-legged Gull
Red-breasted Merganser
Avocet
Rock Pipit
Slavonian Grebe
Goldeneye
Common Scoter
Gannet
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Brief walk in my local patch that I'm developing as a growing eBird hotspot:
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http://ebird.org/ebird/hotspot/L5125499
161. Californlia Towhee
162. Common Raven
163. Red-tailed Hawk
164. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
165. California Scrub-Jay
166. Bewick’s Wren
167. Allen’s Hummingbird
168. Bushtit
169. Lesser Goldfinch
170. Wrentit
171. Black Phoebe
172. Spotted Towhee
173. White-crowned Sparrow
174. California Thrasher
175. Anna’s Hummingbird
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45 Belted kingfisher
46 Red-bellied woodpecker
47 Downy woodpecker
48 American kestrel
49 Eastern bluebird
50 American tree sparrow
51 Dark-eyed junco
52 Northern cardinal
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Old Wednesday 18th January 2017, 14:29   #57
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Re: post #52.

Wow, congratulations on the Rail and the Wren at La Florida, those are tough birds to get! (dipped on both when I was in Bogotá - different wetland though).

What was difficult about access to La Florida, if I may ask? Was it tricky to get to from the airport? I looked into this a bit before my Colombia trip, and it did not appear that there was any easy way to do this, so we didn't even try...
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Old Wednesday 18th January 2017, 16:03   #58
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Wow, congratulations on the Rail and the Wren at La Florida, those are tough birds to get! (dipped on both when I was in Bogotá - different wetland though).

What was difficult about access to La Florida, if I may ask? Was it tricky to get to from the airport? I looked into this a bit before my Colombia trip, and it did not appear that there was any easy way to do this, so we didn't even try...
Thanks, Peter! Yeah we arrived before 6am at the wetlands and posted up in a spot where Diana (http://www.birdingbogotaandcolombia.com/birding-bogota/) knows both Bogota Rail and Apolinar's Wren to be seen and heard regularly. She was very knowledgable and helpful - also affordable for what I was looking for, just a few hours in the morning birding before my flight. We dipped on Subtropical Doradito (near endemic I believe?), but nabbed pretty much every other target bird of the day.

The rails were going crazy! Calling all over the place, and we got incredible looks (and photos). Conservative count estimate was 8 individuals. The wren sadly was alone, started his morning calling to us and came close briefly for a minimal photo shoot. But Diana confirmed that they only ever see one bird here ("Last of the Mohicans" as she called it), and it's been that way for a while in these wetlands. Pretty devastating.

La Florida itself is quite isolated from the city - despite how much park activity there is by 9am (guards, staff, bicycles, park-goers, etc.). It's only accessible by one road that crosses the Bogota River, and this entry road is terribly maintained. Four wheel drive is almost mandatory to traverse the endless potholes and divots - and excess rainfall further amplifies it as a muddy, aquatic driving experience (this is where having a local / guide who brings the right vehicle helps). Not that I know Bogotá by any means, but a taxi would never take you there, and you'd never get one back. Upon arrival, the wetlands area where the rail and the wren both reside is closed off to the general public, access only for "Aviturismo" thankfully, but entry is only granted after 8/9/10am unless you know the guards - which Diana of course does. I'm all about discovering birding locales on my own, but I couldn't imagine accessing this location any other way - particularly with my tight timeframe.
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Stopped by a small farm pond on my way home from work and picked up a new bird for the year.

76. Greater Scaup

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Very slow birding today, but things picked up when I found a regional rarity.

77. Golden Eagle

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Quick walk around lunch:
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176. Cassin’s Kingbird
177. Northern Flicker
178. Dark-eyed Junco
179. Mourning Dove
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Old Friday 20th January 2017, 21:06   #63
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Stopped by a small pond on the way home from work and picked up a new bird for the year.

78. Ring-necked Duck

Can't believe it took 20 days to find this one. I usually see dozens on the first day of the year.

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Along the R. Lippe near Marienloh, Germany this morning I added;

67 White Stork
68 Eurasian Nuthatch
69 White-throated Dipper
70 European Greenfinch
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78. European Green Woodpecker

Seen just outside Cesky Krumlov while travelling to Prague. Flying back to Sweden tonight
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I have just noticed this thread and my list so far is as follows.


1. Blackbird
2. Wood Pigeon
3. Magpie
4. Goldfinch
5. Moorhen
6. Crow
7. Jackdaw
8. Black Headed Gull
9. Lesser Black-backed Gull
10. Herring Gull
11. Blue Tit
12. Great Tit
13. Bullfinch
14. Great Spotted Woodpecker
15. Robin
16. Chaffinch
17. Greenfinch
18. Dunnock.
19. Blue Rock Thrush
20. Lesser Yellowlegs
21. Spoonbill
22. Red Kite
23. Dartford Warbler
24. Red-breasted Merganser
25. Green Woodpecker
26. Long-tailed Tit
27. Cormorant
28. Oystercatcher
29. Great Crested Grebe
30. Starling
31. Feral Pigeon
32. Buzzard
33. Collared Dove
34. Pheasant
35. Fieldfare
36. Mallard
37. Coot
38. Wren
39. Shelduck
40. Gadwall
41. Teal
42. Redshank
43. Dunlin
44. Black-tailed Godwit
45. Lapwing
46. Little Egret
47. Snipe
48. Wigeon
49. Jay
50. Curlew
51. Great Black-backed Gull
52. Avocet
53. Shoveller
54. Grey Heron
55. Rook
56. Marsh Harrier
57. Rose coloured Starling
58. Long-tailed Duck
59. Yellow-browed Warbler
60. Scaup
61. Raven
62. Tufted Duck
63. Mute Swan
64. Canada Goose
65. Pochard
66. Common Sandpiper
67. Stonechat
68. Little-ringed Plover
69. Kestrel
70 Little Grebe
71. Cattle Egret
72. Desert Wheatear
73. Black Redstart
74. Black-necked Grebe
75. Velvet Scoter
76. Med Gull
77. Rock Pipit
78. Cirl Bunting
79. Guillemot
80. Turnstone
81. Pied Wagtail
82. Redwing
83. Lesser Scaup
84. Green-winged Teal
85. Goosander
86. Goldeneye
87. Golden Plover
88. Grey Plover
89. Hudsonian Whimbrel (Lifer, although that will change when the new IOC list becomes the new British list next year.)
90. Caspian Gull
91. Ring-billed Gull
92. Great-northern Diver
93 Razorbill
94. Purple Sandpiper
95 Ringed Plover
96. Knot
97. Sparrow
98. Common Scoter
99. American Wigeon
100. Lapland Bunting
101. Chough
102. Skylark
103. Linnet
104. Blackap
105. Common Gull
106. Gannet
107.Great White Egret
108. Song Thrush
109. Waxwings
110. Coal Tit
111. Mistle Thrush
112. Yellow-legged Gull
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At Kleinenberg, Germany 22 Jan

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During the WOMEN'S MARCH yesterday in downtown Los Angeles, amongst 750,000 people! (MacArthur Park has the waterfowl):
180. Western Gull
181. Ring-necked Duck
182. Canada Goose
183. Cooper's Hawk
184. Yellow-chevroned Parakeet
185. White-throated Swift
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Whilst driving home from a friends tonight a Tawny Owl flew over the car on the outskirts of Southam, Warwickshire.

113. Tawny Owl
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65 northern flicker
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67 sharp-shinned hawk
68 bald eagle
69 ring-billed gull

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80. Eurasian Tree Sparrow
81. Hooded Crow

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One new bird this morning puts me at 79 for the year.

79. Bald Eagle

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Yesterday I added Nuthatch to the list but today a further five were added.

114. Nuthatch
115. Sparrowhawk
116. Little Bunting
117. Reed Bunting
118. Brambling
119. Yellowhammer
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Work’s been busy, but I just had to get away from the Trump madness. Took a short walk around Echo Park and glanced into the local Rowena Reservoir:
186. House Finch
187. Double-crested Cormorant
188. California Gull
189. Mallard
190. Bufflehead
191. Green Heron
192. Brewer’s Blackbird
193. Common Yellowthroat
194. Vaux’s Swift
195. Common Merganser
196. Belted Kingfisher
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