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Revenge Birding

23 days ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

With the lockdown lasting until the end of May (ironically thus pretty much including the whole spring migration - the divine sense of humor is a rather malign one, I am afraid), June still had the freedom of birding anywhere in Shanghai, not just inside a smallish compound.
In fact, I went out birding seven out of the first nine days of June - a behavior that Bella from Alpinebirding described as “Revenge Birding”. I guess she has a point there.
One of the first few birds I saw on my first day of freedom was this female Amur Paradise Flycatcher. Quite a beauty, and a bit more modest than...
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