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B irding trips here are made for avid birders including yearly-run trips and new China birding trips developed by AlpineBirding team and guided by our bird experts in the best season. Here we have prepared some most classic birding trips in China for you to choose. No matter which trip you pick, you can always see some most exciting endemic birds in China.
    Book the Most Exciting Qinghai Bird Watching Tour in China
    Do you want to see the stunning landscapes and endemic birds of China? If yes, then book a Qinghai bird watching tour now. To know more, contact us.
    Guide:Dave Suddaby
    Price:From US$3,385/pax
    Status:Confirmed & Available
    Dates:June 20th to July 3rd
    2021 Bird & Culture Extention in Lhasa
    The Overview of this trip will tell you the following information:I. Highlight BirdsII. Trip BriefingIII. Trip Ess...
    Guide:Bird & Culture Guide
    Dates:July 3rd to July 6th
    Status:Space Available
    Birding in Southeast China in 2019
    Our trip will start in Shanghai and end in Fuzhou with focus on the endemic birds in southeastern China, mainly covering four places, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Jiangxi and Fujian.
    Guide:Alan Curry
    Dates:April 25th to May 9th
    Status:Space Available
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In this five day birding trip, we saw 116 species of birds in total including four species of elegant cranes, Siberian Crane, White-naped Crane, Hooded Crane and Common Crane, preciou
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