Taiwan is holding a 30-hour Birdathon event on the weekend of November 24-25, 2012. It starts at 8:30am on Saturday and ends at 2:30pm on Sunday.
will be held in the southern counties of Yunlin and Chaiyi plus Tainan City. This region is home to great birding sites such as Alishan, Yushan National Park,
Huben, Beimen Wetlands, Aogu Wetlands, and Qigu. A wide range of
shore and forest birds can be expected, including many endemics and
each consisting of three or four members, will aim to spot as many bird species as
possible in the 30-hour period. Foreign teams are especially welcome: Accommodation and food
will be provided for November 23-25, and foreign teams can be paired up with local guides
if necessary. No registration fee is required.
The event is organized
by the Taiwan Ecotourism Association and sponsored by the ROC Tourism
Bureau and three national scenic areas: Southwest Coast, Alishan and Siraya.
For more details see the official website (the English section is still under construction) or see Richard Foster's blog post.
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Taiwan Birdathon 2012
Posted by Steven Crook... at 9:30 PM
Labels: birdwatching, Chiayi, coast, mountains, national parks, Tainan, updates, Yunlin
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