Tag Archives: Amur falcons

Long distance flyers honour us with their gentle presence for a few months of our wilderness year…

Falco amurensis breeds in South Eastern Siberia and Northern China Here at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge, we watch these gentle raptors wheel in their dozens, sometimes hundreds, above our decks….chasing the seething masses of flying ants that erupt with good … Continue reading

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Chiromantis frogs in the rain, Amur falcons, spotted eagles and flying ants….

Birds birds birds….a joyous cacaphony of sound flows from the two village weaver colonies that are building in the Brachystigia tamarindoides trees at Tsavene. Leaves flutter down from high as they strip the trees and begin the weaving of their … Continue reading

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