Monthly Archives: January 2015

Burkina Faso Birding

Supposed to be working but there is always time for a bird photo! I will edit and show more when I get back to my cave in 2 weeks time.  And I will continue my December China Tour too!

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Parental Guidance Video Secures Conviction

Goshawk killer gets prison Posted on: 13 Jan 2015 Conservationists have welcomed the first-ever prison sentence for killing a bird of prey, as gamekeeper George Mutch was convicted at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday. George Mutch – a gamekeeper working on … Continue reading

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Where do all the Ivories Go? Long time passing

Mysterious Ivory Gulls Sea ice crucial to annual movement patterns of Canadian Ivory Gulls http://www.birdguides.com/webzine/article.asp?a=4795

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Soaring high

Where the air is sweet! Bar-headed geese: Highest bird migration tracked http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-30799436

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Bullet

Today (Tues 16 Dec 2014), following our visit to Shanghai and Lianyungang, is the day we embark on our first journey on China’s Bullet Train on the high speed network introduced in 2007.  We were not to be disappointed.  It is … Continue reading

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.China in December – Shanghai and Lianyungang

One of the benefits of my job is frequent travel! In December, with SheWhoMustBeObeyed to keep me in check we headed off to Exotic Cathay. As She is part of our business, it is great to share such experiences. She … Continue reading

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