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Birdwatchers are of course a special breed, and many in admiration of our fine feathered friends will go to the ends of the earth. In this group, avians R us!

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Comment by Bara Lynka Tours & Travels, on November 23, 2009 at 3:04am
Hi Avians!

Bhutan has 700+ birds waiting to be watched. If you wish to get more details, get in touch with me at info@baralynka.com
Comment by Terence Baker on November 19, 2009 at 2:08pm
Two days ago I climbed up to the Jewish holdout of Massada, and as I did so I saw a v-formation of 30 Black storks flying over on its way to Africa. Pretty damn cool.
Comment by Marcell Claassen on November 18, 2009 at 2:32pm
I can only agree with Evert about birding in Rwanda - simply great! I've also started the Rwanda Bird Atlas project where we'll try to collect as many records of sightings (linked to GPS co-ords) over the next 3 years so we can update the lists and distribution of birds in Rwanda. There will hopefully be a publication subsequently - follow the blog on Rwanda birds http://rwandabirdingguide.blogspot.com/

Also feel free to contact me about info on birding locations etc - I'm also a freelance birding guide based in Ruhengeri (Musanze), NW Rwanda
Comment by Evert Jakobs on October 30, 2009 at 3:42am
Rwanda is a country for those who love to do birdwatching.
It is a safe country, quiet, not to many tourists and numerous (rare) birds.
For more information you can go to:
www.rwanda-birds.com and for bookings to go there:
www.access-rwanda-safaris.com.

Evert
Comment by Evert Jakobs on October 14, 2009 at 4:12am
For bird watching in Africa, one of your ideal destinations could be Rwanda.
www.rwanda-birds.com

Evert
 

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