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Birding Shanghai in May 2022

28 days ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

The lockdown continued throughout May, making this another rather unexciting post. Well, I had to go through the lockdown while you do not have to read this post. Fortunately, the lockdown was lifted on June 1st. So, the next blog post on Shanghai birds may turn out to be a lot more interesting, though of course with regard to bird migration, May is more interesting than June...
As I am unlikely to see a live gannet any time soon, I might as well point you to the song “Nigel the gannet” by The Burning Hell now. The lyrics are rather clever, with references to XTC and Jean-Paul Satre. And...
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