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Old Thursday 3rd June 2004, 01:33   #1
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Hello after a long time

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I am writing here after a long while. I am Sujan Chatterjee from Kolkata, India.
I have been birding for 15 years in the hills of North Bengal & north east India. Am just back from a survey of the Singalila National Park. Some interesting sightings were Blood pheasants, White-browed Shortwing, Blue-fronted Robin (call heard), etc.
A great place to be for birding in April.
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Sujan,
Welcome to Birdforum. You'll find lots of interesting conversations on these forums. We'll be looking forward to hearing about the birds you are seeing!
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Hi Sujan,

A warm welcome to BirdForum from all the Admin and Moderators. I hope you enjoy your time with us - everyone here is friendly and helpful.

It is always good to welcome a new member from India and I look forward to reading about the birding in your area.
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Hi Sujan. Welcome to Birdforum. Look forward to hearing about the birds from your part of the world. John.
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Hi Sujan, glad to welcome you back to the site and thanks for posting a 'hello' to us. I see that you jooind nearly a year ago, I expect our site has changed a bit since then... 10,000 members for a start
We are very keen for birders from locations such as yours to contribute as much as possible about their birding exploits and the local birds. We have one or two excellent photographers contributing from India, but it would be nice to have a regular contributor to the forums from your great country.
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Old Thursday 3rd June 2004, 08:48   #6
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Hi Sujan and a warm welcome to Bird Forum

we were recently in Singalila looking for the elusive Blue-fronted Robin but we didn't even get the satisfaction of hearing one! We did see your amazing Red Panda though. It is a beautiful part of the world especially when the rhododendrons are flowering.

It will be very nice to hear reports from there Sujan,.......
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Tervetuloa to Birdforum, Sujan. Good to have more internationality here.
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Old Sunday 13th June 2004, 16:55   #9
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Hi all!
thanks for the welcome. I did also visited Namdapha, Dibru-saikhowa (few hours) & Kaziranga. Some interesting birds seen there were rufous-necked Hornbill, red-headed trogon, White-bellied heron, Ibisbill etc. For more to read about this place you checkout http://www.kolkatabirds.com/namdhapa.htm
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Hi Sujan,
Feel free to post any trip reports or photos on birdforum as well, this will allow this excellent and valuable information to reach a very wide audience across the world.
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