During a chilly trip made to this area a week back we saw many interesting birds on the grasslands and marshes.
The first picture is Chinese Grey Shrike - these were quite common birds - several were seen perched up on telegraph wires.
Hume's Groundpecker - this bird was photographed in one of the quarries - excavating for food in a sandy cliff-face.
The weather might not have been exactly heralding spring - but Black Storks on passage indicated that migrants were on the move back north. Four of the these great birds were seen.
Tibetan Lark - one of the special birds of Ruo Er Gai - this bird was photographed close to the Flower lake site.
Eagle Owl - looking very magisterial, this epic predator was found holed up in a small quarry.
Mar 9, 2010
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