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H ere we share with you some bird reports written by our bird guide. In recent years, we have found that some people use the information from bird reports to do some illegal activities such as bird hunting. So we will only post part of the bird report and if you want to read all of them, please send us an inquiry, once we confirm you are a pure birder, we will send you a copy of the full bird report.
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    A Surprise Birding Excursion in Chongqing
    A surprise one-day birding excursion in Chongqing with 36 species spotted.
    GUIDE:Philip He
    GROUP SIZE:1 birder
    LACATION:Chongqing
    DATE2018.6.10
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    2016 Trip Report of Crested Ibis Birding Tour in Southwest Shaanxi
    We got an inquiry from Susan for two and half day private trip to see and photograph Crested Ibis and other birds. After knowing that Susan is a very experienced birder who has started birding from the age of 14, and both Susan and her husband Philip were
    guide:Philip He
    Group Size:2 birders from USA
    lOCATION:Southwest Shaanxi
    dATE:2016.12.9-2016.12.11
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    Western China Birding Bird Trip Report
    This bird report was written by our bird guide Parus Yang, please contact us to read the full copy of this bird report if you have interest.
    Guide:Parus
    Group size:12 birders from UK
    Location:Western Sichuan, Xi'an
    Year:2013
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