Blog Posts - Migratory Birds



Wetland Putrajaya

Putrajaya Wetlands  is located in Precinct 13, Putrajaya, it`s divided into 2 components - Taman Wetland Putrajaya and Lake Recreational Centre.Visitors can enjoy promenade walk, jogging, cycling or a picnic anywhere in the vicinity.The Wetlands...
by All about Malaysia on Feb 1, 2015

Olango Island Wildlife Sanctuary: A Refuge for the World’s Migratory Birds

If you take a look at a world map, you will quickly realize the Philippines is in a strategic location. It serves as a waypoint, an entry point, an exit point, and a pit stop to the rest of mainland Asia. It is not difficult to understand then why se...
by Adrenaline Romance on Dec 14, 2014

Birds Migration - How , Why and Where

Now is the time! Have you thought about how a bird migrates and why. The following will provide you with information regarding bird migration as to why, how, and where. Depending on your location you will be able to see these species traveling to or...

FWS Invests $3.5 Million to Conserve Declining Warblers, Sandpipers and other Migratory Birds

Migratory birds throughout the Western Hemisphere received a boost this week when U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe approved $3.5 million in grants for 27 collaborative conservation projects across the Americas. These Neotropical Migra...
by Solar Energy Blog on May 2, 2013

Three minutes with Demoiselle Cranes at Khichan

Our story begins on a warm, sunny day in late February this year. A tourist bus turns off from the Bikaner – Jaisalmer highway at Phalodi and rattles its way towards a village called Khichan. As the bus passes a … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Apr 3, 2013

Three minutes with Demoiselle Cranes at Khichan

Our story begins on a warm, sunny day in late February this year. A tourist bus turns off from the Bikaner – Jaisalmer highway at Phalodi and rattles its way towards a village called Khichan. As the bus passes a … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Apr 3, 2013

Migratory Birds - Survival of the Fittest!

Hi Guys, Yesterday morning, I saw a few migratory birds flying over my head. It has been quite some time since I saw them. As soon as I saw them, my mind became so happy. It was then that... Visit my blog to have more intresting and useful inter...
by Reflections from my Life! on Dec 27, 2012

November - the month of the migratory birds to the delight of bird watchers

November brings along hundred and thousands of migratory birds from frozen and freezing Siberia and the cold struck Central Asian Republics to the rather 'warmer' waters of Pakistan and remain our guests till March, when they start to...
by Hobby Shobbys on Nov 22, 2012

The Return of the Tinggi Tiger

The famous Tiger Shrike of Bukit Tinggi is back for his annual winter holiday in the tropics. This is the third year in a row that I have photographed this little gem of a bird in exactly the same spot. What makes him special is he is a real poser; v...
by Wild Eye View on Nov 11, 2012

My memories of Sakesar and dinner of a Siberian Duck at Uchali Lake

When talking of Ramsar sites in Pakistan, beside many wetlands, the name of Uchali Lake prominently figures out. Each year a large number of migratory birds fly over a long and arduous journey of some 3500 kilometres from Siberia...
by Jaho Jalal on Apr 19, 2012

My memories of Sakesar and Uchali Lake

When talking of Ramsar sites in Pakistan, beside many wetlands, the name of Uchali Lake prominently figures out. Each year a large number of migratory birds fly over a long and arduous journey of some 3500 kilometres from Siberia...
by Jaho Jalal on Mar 31, 2012

Singing the Hill Blues

  Today we are singing the blues, or shall I say the “Hill” blues. As usual it was up early and off up the hills surrounding Kuala Lumpur to Bukit Tinggi to see what if anything bird-wise was happening up there. The past few trips have sort of b...
by Wild Eye View on Mar 3, 2012

Migratory Birds Being Haunted. . .

          Migratory birds are the real travellers in our Earth. They travel thousands of kilometres over the oceans and continents. In terms of the distance covered, Arctic Tern is the longest traveller. The most interesting...
by Rhythm of Nature on Feb 20, 2012


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