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14 Days Private Tour Chengdu – Yangxian – Tangjiahe – Longnan – Tiebu – Ruoergai – Tangke – Hongyuan – Zhuokeji – Mengbi Shan – Xiaojin – Siguniang Shan – Balang Shan – Wolong – Dujiangyan – Chengdu
Sichuan is located in the southwest of China, in the transition zone of the three climatic regions of the mid-subtropical areas, the northern subtropics, and the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, and is not far from the warm temperate zone and the middle temperate zone to the north. Sichuan is an area where various geographical elements meet. From the Yulin River at an altitude of 150 meters in the east to the Gongga Mountain at an altitude of 7556 meters in the southwest, and spanning 8 latitudes from north to south and 11 longitudes from east to west, Sichuan is a large-scale, composite ecological transition zone in the center and west of China and includes all habitat types except the ocean.

With rich bird resources, Sichuan boasts more than 750 bird species, 41 species of which are Chinese endemic birds and rank first in China.

Birds in the Qinling region of Shaanxi are also particularly favored by the god. Qinling has a total of 435 species of birds and boasts very rich bird resources. Huayang Scenic Area is near to the Changqing National Nature Reserve in the north and contains biodiversity and natural landscapes of Qinling. With rich rare animals and plants, it is called "treasure of ecological resources of flora and fauna", and its biodiversity is known as a sanctuary for ancient relic plants and a paradise for wild animals in Qinling Mountains, especially known for the "Four Treasures of Qinling Mountains" living together: Crested Ibis (Nipponia nippon), Giant Pandas, Snub-Nosed Monkeys and Takin (Budorcas taxicolor).

We will start from Yangxian County, Shaanxi Province, and enter several great places for birding and some wildlife reserves: Qinling Nature Reserve, Tangjiahe Nature Reserve, Tiebu Sika Deer Nature Reserve, mountain and wetland bird area in Aba Autonomous Prefecture of Tibetan and Qiang Minority, mountain and canyon bird area in Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Wolong Giant Panda Reserve, etc.

Yangxian County, the town of Crested Ibis (Nipponia nippon), boasts not only rare and protected birds - Crested Ibis (Nipponia nippon), but also the Changqing National Nature Reserve at Huayang in the north of Yangxian County. Huayang Scenic Area and Changqing Nature Reserve are located in the same mountain area where many national first class protected wild animals in China are living here: Giant Panda, Golden Snub-nosed Monkey, Takin (Budorcas taxicolor), Chinese Forest Musk Deer (Moschus berezovskii), and Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos). Besides, there are 32 species of the second class priority protected wild animals, such as Himalayan Black Bear (Asiatic Black Bear, Ursus thibetanus), Himalayan Goral (Naemorhedus goral), Temminck’s Tragopan (Tragopan temminckii), Chinese Giant Salamander (Andrias davidianus).

In addition to the rare animal Takin in Tangjiahe, bird-watching enthusiasts took the Grey-crowned Crowtit (Paradoxornis przewalskii) for the first time, which makes Tangjiahe Nature Reserve quickly become one of the focus of bird-watching lovers. It is also a good place for watching Golden Pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus), Chinese Monal (Lophophorus lhuysii), Rufous-headed Robin (Luscinia ruficeps), Snowy-cheeked Laughingthrush (Ianthocincla sukatschewi, Garrulax sukatschewi).

The Tiebu Sika Deer Nature Reserve is home to the rare wild animal Sichuan Sika Deer (Cervus nippon sichuanicus, New Subspecific Sika Deer is also known as Sichuan Sika Deer). With a pleasant climate, rich vegetation, and a special geographical location, the Tiebu Sika Deer Nature Reserve provides an ideal "habitation" for wildlife habitat. In addition to Sichuan Sika Deer, there are 175 species of vertebrates such as Qinling lenok (Brachymystax lenok), Blue Eared-Pheasant (Crossoptilon auritum), Ocelot (Prionailurus bengalensis), Chinese Forest Musk Deer (Moschus berezovskii) and Himalayan Goral (Naemorhedus goral).

The wetland on Ruoergai Plateau is the most beautiful wetland in China, and is one of the major breeding place for Black-necked Crane (Grus nigricollis) and birds of anatidae on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Besides, it is the paradise for birds of prey that you can often watch, such as Himalayan Vulture (Gyps himalayensis), Cinereous Vulture (Aegypius monachus), Bearded Vulture (Lammergeier, Gypaetus barbatus), Common Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus), Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug), Grey Sea Eagle (White-talied Sea Eagle, Haliaeetus albicilla), Steppe Eagle (Aquila nipalensis), Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos), etc. If we are lucky, we can watch Pallas’s Fish-eagle (Haliaeetus leucoryphus). Forest areas are also ideal places for observing birds, flocks of Blue Eared Pheasant (Crossoptilon auritum) and Blood Pheasant (Ithaginis cruentus) are appearing at the grassland of forest edge, and Common Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) can be seen almost everywhere. Besides, many others are active in this area, such as Black-hcoled Jay (Sichuan Jay, Sichuan Grey Jay, Perisoreus internigrans), Snowy-cheeked Laughingthrush (Ianthocincla sukatschewi, Garrulax sukatschewi), White-browed Tit Warbler (Leptopoecile sophiae), Great Titi (Parus major), Common Rosefinch (Carpodacus erythrinus), wolf and fox.

Wolong - Balang Shan Mountain - Mengbi Shan Mountain is a concentrated and representative area of wild birds of the Qionglai Mountains. There are some very representative birds concentrated here, such as Chinese Monal (Lophophorus lhuysii), Temminck’s Tragopan (Tragopan temminckii), Golden Pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus), Tibetan Snowcock (Tetraogallus tibetanus), Szechenyi's Monal-Partridge (Tetraophasis szechenyii), etc. It is a good place to watch Firethroat (Calliope pectardens). However, you can watch raptor like Bearded Vulture (Lammergeier, Gypaetus barbatus) and many birds of Corvidate like Red-billed Chough (Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax), Yellow-billed Chough (Alpine Chough, Pyrrhocorax graculus). If we have luck, we can see the spectacular event of Grandala (Grandala coelicolor) gathering together. Wood Snipe haunts at the wet grassy slopes of the mountainside of Wolong.

On this trip, we pass through several nature reserves and have the opportunity to watch a large number of wild animals and birds. We’ll also enjoy the diverse natural scenery at different altitudes and unique ethnic customs in Tibetan areas.
Highlights
Bird Watching and Wildlife Travel in South Shaanxi and West Sichuan
DAY
1

Arrive in Chengdu

Broad Lane and Narrow Lane (Kuan Xiangzi and Zhai Xiangzi), Tee drinking at People's Park

Arrive in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province and the hometown of panda. Picked up by the local guide at airport and then transfer to the People’s Park in the city center. have a seat in an old teahouse and enjoy your covered-bowl tea in a comfortable environment with bamboo chair and bamboo table. The tea culture of Chengdu is well known throughout China. After that have a walk at the Broad Lane and Narrow Lane(Kuan Xiangzi and Zhai Xiangzi) to enjoy the leisure life. It consists 3 alleys: Kuan Alley, Zhai Alley, and Jing Alley. Here you can experience the typical lifestyle - old Chengdu, leisure life, slow life and new life at each alley.

Overnight at 4*Xinliang Hotel
Tea House in People’s Park
Tea House in People’s Park
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
2

Chengdu – Yangxian

Giant Panda Base of Breeding and Research in Chengdu, transfer to Yangxian with train.

In the morning drive to Chengdu Giant Panda Base of Breeding and Research. Founded in 1985, the panda base boasts over 50 giant panda living here today. Besides the pandas and red pandas, you may watch some birds here like Chinese Bamboo Partridge, Rufous-faced Warbler, Amur Paradise Flycatcher, Speckled Piculet, David’s Fulvetta, White-browed Laughingthrush, Vinous-throated Parrotbill, and Yellow-billed Grosbeak. Then transfer to the railway station, go to Yangxian (D1938 1508/1806, class 2).

Overnight at Huandao Hotel
Breakfast
Collared Finchbill
Collared Finchbill
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
3

Yangxian

Birds watching in Huayang

Watch birds in Huayang with whole day, such as crested ibis, golden pheasant, Chinese bamboo partridge etc..

Here we may see:
Crested Ibis
Golden Pheasant
Chinese Bamboo Partridge
Common Pheasant
Grey-headed Lapwing
Chinese Sparrowhawk
Oriental Turtle Dove
Russet Sparrow
Brown-breasted Bulbul
Grey Heron
Eastern Cattle Egret
Blue-throated Flycatcher
Mountain Bulbul
Red-billed Blue Magpie
Collared Finchbill
Yellow-throated Bunting
Oriental Magpie Robin
Red-rumped Swallow
Rufous-faced Warbler
Red-billed Starling
Hair-crested Drongo
Black Drongo
Long-tailed Shrike
Plumbeous Water Redstart
Rufous-capped Babbler
Red-rumped Swallow
Collared Finchbill
Vinous-throated Parrotbill
Common Kingfisher
Mountain Bulbul
Daurian Redstart

Overnight at Huandao Hotel
Breakfast
Golden Pheasant
Golden Pheasant
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
4

Yangxian - Huayang – Yangxian

Snub-nosed monkey watching in Huayang scenic area, birds watching in Changqing natural reserve

Drive to Huayang scenic area in Yangxian to watch snub-nosed monkey and to watch birds at the periphery of Changqing Natural Reserve (It there is enough time, you can watch panda natural reserve, crested ibis natural reserve and Takin natural reserve).

Here we may see:
Reeves's Pheasant
White's Thrush
Chinese Thrush
Blackthroat
Temminck’s Tragopan
Temminck's Tragopan
Blood Pheasant
Golden Pheasant
Koklass Pheasant
Forest Wagtail
Great Parrotbill
Spectacled Fulvetta
Golden-breasted Fulvetta
Black-streaked Scimitar Babbler
Streak-breasted Scimitar Babbler
Plain-tailed Warbler
Sichuan Leaf Warbler
Hume's Leaf Warbler
Arctic Warbler
Large-billed Leaf Warbler
Brownish-flanked Bush Warbler
Yellowish-bellied Bush Warbler
Russet Bush Warbler
Sichuan Bush Warbler
Emei Leaf Warbler
Kloss's Leaf Warbler
White-rumped Munia
Asian Barred Owlet
Chinese Pond Heron
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Great Tit
Brown Dipper
Common Sandpiper

Wild animals
Golden monkey
Giant panda
Takin

121 km
3 hours 9 minutes
Overnight at Huandao Hotel
Breakfast
Golden Snub-nosed Monkey
Golden Snub-nosed Monkey
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
5

Yangxian - Qingxi Ancient Town – Tangjiahe

Visit Qingxi Ancient Town

Today we drive to visit Qingxi Ancient Town, then drive to Tangjiahe Natural Preserve. It is a nature reserve of protecting both wild animal and forests. It’s classified by the WWF as the A class nature Reserve, also the hot place for study wild animal worldwide. It has the reputation of “Natural Gene Stores”, “Home of Life” and Green Pearl of Minshan Mountain Range.

387 km
6 hours
Overnight at Tangjiahe Hotel
Breakfast
Chinese Monal
Chinese Monal
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
6

Tangjiahe

Baiguoping protection station, then Motianling protection station

In the morning drive to Baiguoping protection station, then change shuttle bus to the Motianling protection station. Climb up to the Motianling Pass (2500 meters above sea level) from here. There you can observe many kinds of handsome birds, golden pheasant, Tragopan, and overlook ornamental clouds, and see the mountains, and explore the panda trace, etc. In the afternoon observe the wild animals at inspection spots.

Here we may see:
Eurasian Wren
Zappey's Flycatcher
Temminck's Tragopan
Golden Pheasant
Chinese Monal
Blue Eared Pheasant
Song Thrush
Chinese Thrush
Grey Wagtail
Hodgson's Redstart
Plumbeous Water Redstart
Little Bunting
Vinaceous Rosefinch
Ferruginous Flycatcher
Pallas's Leaf Warbler
Chestnut-crowned Warbler
Martens's Warbler
Large-billed Crow
White Wagtail
Crested Kingfisher

Wild animals
Giant panda
Golden Monkey
Takin
Tibetan macaque
Deer
Barking deer

Overnight at Tangjiahe Hotel
Breakfast
Takin
Takin
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
7

Tangjiahe – Longnan

Taking a walk in the Xiangfei forest, Monkey Valley, Transfer to Longnan

In the morning, take a walk in the Xiangfei forest and nearby river bank. Firstly, you follow a trail around the mountain and then roam among the Monkey Valley in search for macaque and stump-tailed macaque. In the afternoon drive to Longnan, a small city in south of province Gansu.

225 km
4 hours 18 minutes
Overnight at 4*Minyoun Royal Hotel
Breakfast
Crested Kingfisher
Crested Kingfisher
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
8

Longnan – Tiebu

Sichuan sika deer in Tiebu Nature Reserve

In the morning drive to Tiebu Nature Reserve. In the afternoon visit the Sichuan sika deer at Chong’er Town in the Tiebu Nature Reserve in northern Sichuan.

251 km
5 hours 45 minutes
Overnight at Yiguowa Hotel
Breakfast
Sichuan Sika
Sichuan Sika
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
9

Tiebu – Ruoergai

Sichuan sika deer in Tiebu Nature Reserve

In the morning visit the Sichuan sika deer in the Tiebu Nature Reserve at Donglie Town and Re’er Town. After that drive to Ruoergai. On the way we may see some wild animals and birds.

Here we may see:
White-winged Redstart
Common Pheasant
Blood Pheasant
Blue Eared Pheasant
Chinese Grouse
Snowy-cheeked Laughingthrush
Sichuan Jay
Giant Laughingthrush
Plain Laughingthrush
Elliot's Laughingthrush
Black Woodpecker
Grey-headed Woodpecker
Przevalski's Nuthatch
White-browed Tit Warbler
Crested Tit Warbler
Sichuan Treecreeper
Chinese White-browed Rosefinch
Spectacled Parrotbill

Wild animals:
Elaphodus cephalophus
Forest musk deer

171 km
4 hours 6 minutes
Overnight at Dazang Yangguang Hotel
Breakfast
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
10

Ruoergai - Tangke - Waqie - Hongyuan – Zhuokeji

Birds and other wildlife by Flower Lake and in Baxi Forest, the First Bend of Yellow River, Waqie pagoda forest

In the morning drive to Flower Lake. There are many exciting birds and other wildlife at the Flower Lake. The wetland is known as ‘the lungs of Sichuan’ and is the most important wetland in the province. Then drive to Baxi Forest to watch birds and wild animals. Drive to Zhuokeji, and visit the First Beach of Yellow River and Waqie pagoda forest on the way.

311 km
4 hours 50 minutes
Overnight at Datusi Yingxiang Hotel
Breakfast
Blue-fronted Redstart
Blue-fronted Redstart
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
11

Zhuokeji - Mengbi Shan - Xiaojin - Siguniangshan Town

Birds watching in Mengbishan valley and pass

Watch birds in Mengbishan Valley and Mengbishan Pass, after that drive to Siguniangshan via Xiaojin. If the weather is well, enjoy the beautiful landscape of sunset of Siguniang Shan at Maobiliang.

Here we may see:
Verreaux’s Monal-Partridge
White Eared Pheasant
Chinese Grouse
Pere David’s Owl
Sichuan Jay
Chinese Thrush
Long-tailed Thrush
Common Blackbird (Chinese Blackbird in valley)
Giant Laughingthrush
Chinese Fulvetta
Przevalski’s Nuthatch
Crested Tit-warbler
Rufous-breasted Accentor
Dark-sided Flycatcher
Chinese Beautiful Rosefinch
Chinese White-browed Rosefinch
Dark-breasted Rosefinch
Stresemann’s Rosefinch
Streaked Rosefinch
Long-tailed Rosefinch
Three-banded Rosefinch
White-winged Grosbeak
Tibetan Serin
Rufous-vented Tit
Maroon-backed Accentor
White-throated Redstart
Spotted Laughingthrush
Blood Pheasant
White Eared Pheasant
Blue Rock Thrush
Great Tit
Long-tailed Shrike
Grey-backed Shrike
Taiga Flycatcher
Goldcrest
Rufous-vented Tit
Grey-headed Bullfinch
Blue-fronted Redstart
Eastern Buzzard

Wild animals
Tibetan fox
Red fox
Wolf

172 km
3 hours 58 minutes
Overnight at Yunshang Hotel
Breakfast
Blood Pheasant
Blood Pheasant
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
12

Siguniangshan - Balang Shan – Wolong

Sunrise of Siguniang Shan at Maobiliang, birds watching in Wolong

In the early morining, if the weather is well, enjoy the beautiful landscape of sunrise of Siguniang Shan at Maobiliang. Then cross Balangshan Tunnel to watch birds in Wolong. If the weather is well, you can cross the Balang Shan via the old road to watch birds instead of passing the tunnel.

Here we may see:
Temminck’s Tragopan
Chinese Monal
Tibetan Snowcock
Snow Partridge
Verreaux’s Monal-Partridge
Tibetan Partridge
White Eared Pheasant
Lady Amherst’s Pheasant
Grandala
Chinese Song Thrush (the best place)
Song Thrush
Firethroat
Lady Amherst’s Pheasant
Black-faced Laughingthrush
Rufous-tailed Babbler
Streaked Barwing
Yellow-bellied Tit
Black-browed Bushtit
Black-streaked Scimitar Babbler
Chestnut-headed Tesia
Brown Parrotbill
Sharpe’s Rosefinch
Long-tailed Minivet
White-capped Redstart
Chestnut Thrush
White Eared Pheasant
Brandt’s Mountain Finch
Hill Pigeon
White-browed Tit-warbler
Crested Tit-warbler
Forest Thrush
Chestnut Thrush
Kessler’s Thrush above 3000m ; between km92 and the pass
Chinese Rubythroat (split) when the meadow + some bushes start
White-tailed Rubythroat
Salim Ali’s Swift
Slaty Bunting
Chinese Fulvetta
Firethroat
Black-browed Bushtit
Red-fronted, Spot-winged, Chinese Beautiful, Chinese White-browed, Dark-breasted, Vinaceous, Pink-rumped & Streaked
Rosefinch (even the rare Sharpe’s is possible)
Red-fronted Rosefinch
Spot-winged Rosefinch
Chinese Beautiful Rosefinch
Chinese White-browed Rosefinch
Dark-breasted Rosefinch
Stresemann’s Rosefinch
Streaked Rosefinch
Alpine Leaf Warbler
Brandt’s Mountain Finch
Wood Snipe
Snow Pigeon
Yellow-streaked Warbler
Rosy Pipit
Rufous-breasted Accentor
Alpine Accentor
Kessler’s Thrush
Red-billed Chough
Crested Goshawk
Red-flanked Bluetail
Blue-fronted Redstart
Rufous-vented Tit
White-breasted Waterhen
Koklass Pheasant
Upland Buzzard
Collared Grosbeak
White-browed Fulvetta

Wild animals
Red fox
Blue sheep
Wolf
Deer
Beer

76 km
1 hours 44 minutes
Overnight at Immersing Hotels & Resorts Panda
Breakfast
Tetraophasis obscurus
Tetraophasis obscurus
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
13

Wolong National Nature Reserve

Wolong National Nature Reserve

Watch birds in Wolong with whole day. As the world-renowned headquarter of Giant Panda conservation, Wolong also has offered much service for birders. Although we’re unlikely to see a wild Giant Panda here (though we have seen Red Panda in the reserve), the whole ares boast very beautiful scenery. There are many truly outstanding birds in the magnificently forested mountains, extensive stands of bamboo, splendid alpine meadows, and rugged snow capped peaks.
With the whole area 200,000 hm², Wolong National Nature Reserve is 52 km long from east to west and 62 km wide from south to north. It is one of the China earliest natural reverses that is rated the preservation zones network of “mankind and living beings” by the Organization of Education, Science and Culture of United Nations (UNESCO). There are very green plants, such as the virgin forest, second bush forest and bamboo groves. There are over 4,000 kinds of high-level plants, 24 kinds of which are valuable plants, such as Gongtong (Chinese dove tree), red China fir, Lianxiang and so on. There are more than 450 kinds of vertebras, 45 kinds of which are rated national focal preserved animals, such as giant panda, golden monkeys, antelopes, white-mouth deer etc. The natural beautiful scene is quiet and secluded. Visit the Shenshuping Panda Base in Wolong. With about 50 pandas living here, Shenshuping Panda Base is the largest breeding center for giant pandas, integrating scientific research, feeding, breeding, reproduction, wildness training, etc.. The natural beautiful scene is quiet and secluded.

Here we may see:
Blackthroat
Spotted Laughingthrush
Slaty Bunting
Temminck’s Tragopan
Golden Pheasant
(Koklass & Blood Pheasant + Chinese Grouse have been seen)
Firethroat (ridge trail at the intersection of the two trail, usually in bamboo understorey)
Two-barred Laughingthrush+++
Pigmy & Scaly-breasted Wren-Babbler
Large-billed, Sichuan & Kloss’s Leaf-Warbler
Claudia’s, Blanchi’s & Martens Warbler
Rufous-gorgeted & Slaty-backed Flycatcher
Golden-breasted & Streak-thrated Fulvetta
White-collared Yuhina
Yellow-bellied, Yellow-browed & Grey-crested Tit
White-tailed Robin
White-browed Bush-Robin
Great & Three-toed Parrotbill
Long-tailed Thrush (main trail to research station)
Sichuan Forest Thrush (in the end afternoon, feeding on the ground on the ridge trail)
Chestnut Thrush
White-capped Redstart
Emei Leaf Warbler
Claudia’s Leaf Warbler
Rusty-breasted Tit
Yunnan Fulvetta
Babax lanceolatus (Chinese Babax)
Eurasian Treecreeper
Black-breasted Parrotbill
Golden-breasted Fulvetta
Spectacled Fulvetta

Wild animals
Giant Pandas
Pika
Takin
Red panda
Blue sheep

Overnight at Immersing Hotels & Resorts Panda
Breakfast
Sichuan Treecreeper
Sichuan Treecreeper
Photo by Liu Bin
DAY
14

Wolong - Dujiangyan – Chengdu

Giant pandas in Shenshuping Panda Base, Dujiangyan Irrigation System

In the morning visit the Shenshuping Panda Base in Wolong, about 50 pandas living here. It is the largest breeding center for giant pandas, integrating scientific research, feeding, breeding, reproduction, wildness training, etc.. Then drive to Dujiangyan to visit the Irrigation System, which was built around 250 BC by Li Bin, a governor of Shu Prefecture in Qin State. The great project still works well today after more than two thousand year’s function, which not only puts an end of the water disaster to the local people but also makes Chengdu Plain “the land of abundance”. While visiting the water conservation work, you may find that the methods for harnessing the river that the ancient people used are so simple but useful. In 2000, Dujiangyan became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afterwards drive back to Chengdu and transfer to Shuangliu Airport.
112 km
2 hours 11 minutes
Breakfast
Panda
Panda
Photo by Liu Bin
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Golden Pheasant | Photo by Thierry Quelennec
Temmincks Tragopan | Photo by Thierry Quelennec
Blood Pheasant | Photo by Liu Bin
Chinese Sparrowhawk | Photo by Liu Bin
Claudias Leaf Warbler | Photo by Liu Bin
Crested Ibis | Photo by Liu Bin
Crested Ibis | Photo by Liu Bin
Crossoptilon Auritum | Photo by Liu Bin
Cyornis Rubeculoides | Photo by Liu Bin
Elliots Laughingthrush | Photo by Liu Bin
Eurasian Treecreeper | Photo by Liu Bin
Fork Tailed Sunbird | Photo by Liu Bin
Giant Laughingthrush | Photo by Liu Bin
Great Spotted Woodpecker | Photo by Liu Bin
Koklass Pheasant  | Photo by Liu Bin
Little Grebe | Photo by Liu Bin
Rufous Faces Warbler | Photo by Liu Bin
Rufous Vented Tit | Photo by Liu Bin
Sichuan Tit | Photo by Liu Bin
Tibetan Snowcock | Photo by Liu Bin
Verreauxs Monal Patridge | Photo by Liu Bin
White Breasted Waterrhen | Photo by Liu Bin
White Browed Fulvetta | Photo by Liu Bin
White Eared Pheasant | Photo by Liu Bin
Yellow Bellied Tit | Photo by Liu Bin
Yunnan Fulvetta | Photo by Liu Bin
Firethroat | Photo by Liu Bin
Golden Snub Nose Monkey | Photo by Liu Bin
Sambar Deer | Photo by Liu Bin
Red Panda | Photo by Liu Bin