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Old Thursday 15th March 2018, 11:30   #1
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Bird Guide in the Dolomites

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I am looking for a bird guide for a couple of days in the Dolomites around Brunico in June. I have been in touch with Maurizio Sighele, who suggested Maurizio Azzolini. Unfortunately my emails to the morinellus address don't appear to have reached him. Can anyone suggest someone for that area please?
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Old Friday 16th March 2018, 05:35   #2
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mmmmh Azzolini [email protected]
In any case Try with Luca Boscain [email protected]

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Thanks maudoc. That is the address I used. I will try Luca.

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Now in touch with Maurizio Azzolini, thanks for the help.
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Now in touch with Maurizio Azzolini, thanks for the help.
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Just to record my grateful thanks to Maurizio Azzolini and friends, whom I joined for a day's birding in the Dolomites. We saw Tengmalm's Owl and Spotted Nutcracker (both lifers for me) and birds of the forest including Crested Tit and Crossbill. In the afternoon, Maurizio & I walked 40 minutes into the forest to encounter an unhinged male Capercailie, who attacked both of us, biting Maurizio's boot! Needless to say we left quickly to enable our crazy Caper to destress. Maurizio was kindness itself, as were the whole group, particularly Andrea, who sent on Tengmalm's photos. Thanks guys, I had a great day
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Maurizio is a star, glad you had a good time!
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