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  1. M

    Minivet & Pipit ID questions, Guangxi, China

    Yesterday was out birding and have a couple ID questions from the western part of Guangxi, China. 1. Minivet ID: Came across a group of minivets which I would like help IDing. Photos are terrible, but thought that the wing pattern which is visible might be clear enough to ID. The thing that I...
  2. Collared owlet

    Collared owlet

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50862887386_ed1261f153_o.jpg
  3. Androsnick

    Large snake ID from China

    Hi I wonder if anyone can help ID this large snake from China. It was seen on the island of Chongming which is just off Shanghai. I've attached a couple of photos but unfortunately (or as it turned out, probably fortunately) I don't have any images of its head. It was on a concrete farm track...
  4. Long-eared owl

    Long-eared owl

  5. Streak-throated fulvetta

    Streak-throated fulvetta

    As an endemic species of the high mountains of SE China, this fulvetta is a common sight of the forest above 1500m a.s.l. of central China.
  6. Eating in sunshine

    Eating in sunshine

    Explore कलविङ्क's photos on Flickr. कलविङ्क has uploaded 349 photos to Flickr.
  7. Blue-throated Bee-eater

    Blue-throated Bee-eater

    Blue-throated Bee-eater
  8. Swinhoe's White-eye

    Swinhoe's White-eye

    Common as dirt over here, I know. But still pretty.
  9. Scarlet Minivet Female

    Scarlet Minivet Female

    Female Scarlet Minivet.
  10. Black Headed Cuckooshrike

    Black Headed Cuckooshrike

    Black Headed Cuckooshrike. Guangzhou China, March 2018. Seems to be enjoying himself.
  11. Saker catching a pika

    Saker catching a pika

    A saker with a black-lipped pika under its talon
  12. Wolf

    Wolf

    The second wolf walking after the first one
  13. Wolf

    Wolf

  14. Wolf

    Wolf

    We came across these two friendly wolves at the way to Zhaling Lake.
  15. Fea's viper

    Fea's viper

    This species is the most primitive viperids species. Its primitive features include the large shields on its head (rather than the many small scales on the heads of other vipers and pit-vipers), smooth dorsal scales, and the egg-laying breeding method. It can be only found in the high altitude...
  16. Complex-toothed flying squirrel

    Complex-toothed flying squirrel

    This smaller flying squirrel species is much more abundant than the larger Red-and-White flying squirrels.
  17. Complex-toothed flying squirrel

    Complex-toothed flying squirrel

    This species is the only species of the genus Trogopterus, and is peculiar to China.
  18. Red-and-white giant flying squirrel

    Red-and-white giant flying squirrel

    The red-and-white giant flying squirrel is the largest flying squirrel in the world, which is as long as one meter! Thus the local name of this species is "Fei Mao", which means "Flying cat" in Chinese. We came across this cute and tame animal during one spotlighting, and it...
  19. Red-and-white giant flying squirrel

    Red-and-white giant flying squirrel

    The red-and-white giant flying squirrel is the largest flying squirrel in the world, which is as long as one meter! Thus the local name of this species is "Fei Mao", which means "Flying cat" in Chinese. We came across this cute and tame animal during one spot-lighting, and it...
  20. Red-and-white giant flying squirrel

    Red-and-white giant flying squirrel

    The red-and-white giant flying squirrel is the largest flying squirrel in the world, which is as long as one meter! Thus the local name of this species is "Fei Mao", which means "Flying cat" in Chinese. We came across this cute and tame animal during one spot-lighting, and it...
  21. Kiang before the snow-covered mountain

    Kiang before the snow-covered mountain

    Kiang is the Tibetan pronunciation, and this species is the largest wild ass species in the world.
  22. Tibetan fox

    Tibetan fox

  23. Chiru before the Siling Lake

    Chiru before the Siling Lake

    A group of male chirus (or named Tibetan antelope) walking across the steppe around Siling Lake (or named Selin Co), which is the largest lake in Tibet.
  24. Peters' odd-scaled snake

    Peters' odd-scaled snake

    A ground-dwelling small snake species with iridescent scales around its body.
  25. Greater crested tern

    Greater crested tern

    Taken from a boat
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