Bird News from Robin Newlin and Dr. Shim Kyu-Sik
A visited to a wooded riverside area yielded 4 Mandarin Ducks perched high in the trees, a Yellow-rumped Flycatcher, a Eurasian Nuthatch, a calling Oriental Scops Owl, and 1 adult and 2 fledgling Eastern Tawny Owls.
Eastern Tawny Owl Strix nivicolum, © Robin Newlin
Bird News from Tim Edelsten From the Hannam bridge to the mouth of the Jungnang Stream (a stretch of about 1.7km) there were massed 14800Common Pochard and 4600 Tufted Duck. Unfortunately they were flushed by an speedboat, although the sound and sight … read more
Bird news from Subhojit Chakladar With overnight snow painting the landscape white, I decided to check out what the Han River had to offer on New Years Day. Inspite of the bleak conditions, the year started with a bang! Just … read more
Belated Bird News from Malcolm Oxlade, Stephen Elliott, Andrew Ashworth, Christopher Straw and Nial Moores: February 19th-21st Song Do: yet another internationally important wetland being lost to “reclamation”. Image © Nial Moores/Birds Korea. February 21st, Cheorwon, National Arboretum, … read more
Bird News from Mike Knox and Nial Moores Cheorwon-NE River, February 12th Another day of glorious, windless sunshine, and some great birds. Overnight temperatures fell to -12C (rather milder than forecast), and the maximum briefly reached zero or even … read more