Best Photo of the Week Ended 05 Jan 2013

We are pleased to announce the winners of our most recent “Best Photo of the Week” Competition. Walter Baliero wins First Prize for his outstanding photo “Elaenia Albiceps Chilensis”. John Andrew Wright wins Second Prize with “White-naped Cranes at Dawn” and Glenn Bartley wins Third Prize with “Andean Avocet”. See images below with links to […]

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Bolivia Trip Report Part V

Bolivia is an extremely diverse country when it comes to birds. In fact, some say that if it wasn’t land-locked it would have more species than any other country. Endemism is not especially high but there are some stunners to search for such as the Red-fronted Macaw and Black-hooded Sunbeam. The country lacks a field […]

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Bolivia Trip Report Part IV

Bolivia Trip Report Part IV

Bolivia is an extremely diverse country when it comes to birds. In fact, some say that if it wasn’t land-locked it would have more species than any other country. Endemism is not especially high but there are some stunners to search for such as the Red-fronted Macaw and Black-hooded Sunbeam. The country lacks a field […]

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Bolivia Trip Report Part III

Bolivia is an extremely diverse country when it comes to birds. In fact, some say that if it wasn’t land-locked it would have more species than any other country. Endemism is not especially high but there are some stunners to search for such as the Red-fronted Macaw and Black-hooded Sunbeam. The country lacks a field […]

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Bolivia Trip Report Part II

Bolivia is an extremely diverse country when it comes to birds. In fact, some say that if it wasn’t land-locked it would have more species than any other country. Endemism is not especially high but there are some stunners to search for such as the Red-fronted Macaw and Black-hooded Sunbeam. The country lacks a field […]

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Bolivia Trip Report Part I

Bolivia is an extremely diverse country when it comes to birds. In fact, some say that if it wasn’t land-locked it would have more species than any other country. Endemism is not especially high but there are some stunners to search for such as the Red-fronted Macaw and Black-hooded Sunbeam. The country lacks a field […]

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