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Forthcoming Birdquest tours led by Simon Harrap

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Sunday 16th January - Saturday 5th February 2011

Sunday 6th February - Wednesday 23th February 2011

One of the planet's most threatened ecosystems, the Philippines has a high concentration of endemic birds, including the spectacular Philippine (or Monkey-eating) Eagle and some lovely pittas, parrots, kingfishers, flycatchers, sunbirds and flowerpeckers.



Philippine Eagle

Philippines Eagle

Sunday 1st May 2011 - Thursday 12th May 2011

Far from the tourist development of the Mediterranean coast, Extremadura holds a wealth of birds in a fantastic setting. Bustards, vultures, Bee-eaters and Rollers are just some of the delights, while in the Pyrenees we will look for Lammergeier and other montane specialties.



Alpine Accentor

Alpine Accentor

Sunday 31st July 2010 - Monday 15th August 2011

A wealth of endemic on the slopes of the majestic Mount Kinabalu, including Whitehead's Broadbill and Whitehead's Trogon, followed by a visit to the superb lowland rain forest of Danum Valley (surely one of the best birdwatching venues in the whole world, with Orang-utan almost guaranteed) and finally the wildlife-rich Kinabatangan River.



Thursday 22nd September - Monday 17th October 2011

The Grand Tour! A circuit of the many different habitats of South Africa, with the aim of seeing as many of the endemics and other specialists as possible. Good food, good accommodation, and plenty of birds!

Gurney's Sugarbird

Gurney's Sugarbird

Friday 28th October 2011 - Tuesday 22ndNovember 2011

I cannot say too much about Madagascar. I love it! Great birds, great lemurs, great reptiles and amphibians, great people - GREAT PLACE!




Leaf-tailed Gecko Uroplatus fimbriatus

Uroplatus fimbriatus

























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