|To:||"Williams, Roger" <>|
|Subject:||Re:[canberrabirds] China Birds|
|From:||Sicheng Wan <>|
|Date:||Sun, 1 May 2016 04:13:52 +0000|
Congratulations to your harvesting bird tour. I had also been there 8 yrs ago, together with the low altitude area of westernmost Yunnan bordering with Myanmar. During the tour, I had recorded nearly 200 bird species, most of which were my personal new records. Yunnan occupies most species of birds in China, mainly because of it embracing different geographic regions: South China hilly area, Yunnan plateau, Tibet, Eastern Himalayas, North Indochina.
I would like to plan another visit to Western Yunnan after I return to my country.
At 2016-05-01 11:39:16, "Williams, Roger" <> wrote:
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