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Birding Formosa – October 2015 Trip Report

Spectacular Taiwan from sea level to 10,000+ feet above

Guided by Richard Chen (birding@taiwan), Eddie Bartley & Noreen Weeden

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On this ten day birding adventure with a focus on the 20 plus endemic bird species we explored the exotic and bountiful natural beauty of Taiwan from city parks and lowland marshes through marble gorges to alpine wilderness. Along with the fascinating wildlife we also experienced the exquisite cultures, fabulous foods and world famous hospitality of the Taiwanese people.





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