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Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018Botanical Gardens北京植物园A Site GuideBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 1

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018Botanical Gardens北京植物园A Site GuideOverviewThe Botanical Gardens is a good all-year round birdingdestination but is perhaps at its best in winter. It is a good place to seesome of Beijing’s special birds, including CHINESE NUTHATCH,BEIJING BABBLER, PLAIN LAUGHINGTHRUSH and YELLOWBELLIED TIT. In spring and autumn, the ridge at the back of thegardens (to the north) can be good for visible migration, includingpasserines and raptors (GREATER SPOTTED, IMPERIAL, STEPPE andGOLDEN EAGLES have been seen from here in the same day inOctober). In early winter, it is a good site for waxwings (if it is aninvasion year), winter thrushes (NAUMANN’S, DUSKY, REDTHROATED and BLACK-THROATED) and buntings (YELLOWTHROATED, TRISTRAM’S, LITTLE etc). Other unusual, or difficult tosee species in Beijing that have been encountered here includeCHINESE TAWNY OWL, EURASIAN BULLFINCH (the firstdocumented Beijing record), VARIED TIT and RED-BREASTEDFLYCATCHER.The gardens can be very busy at weekends and during holidays,in particular in Spring when the blossom is very popular withBeijingers. However, despite the high visitor numbers, it is relativelyeasy to get away from the masses, especially if one hikes up the hill tothe north. This ridge is worth the 45-minute steep hike - it can beexcellent. The road at the top is the best place to see PLAINBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 2

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018LAUGHINGTHRUSH and BEIJING BABBLER as well as raptormigration. In winter 2012/2013 the ridge hosted well over 50PALLAS’S ROSEFINCHES (an exceptional influx but this species isprobably annual here). It is a rewarding site at any time of year.If you visit, please send your sightings tobirdingbeijing@gmail.com.Botanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 3

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018Location and DirectionsBy Public Transport:Take the metro Line 10 to Bagou then transfer to the Xijiao(Western Suburbs) Line in the direction of Fragrant Hills, alighting atthe Botanical Gardens (4th stop).By Taxi:Show the taxi driver the Chinese name of the Botanical Gardens- 北北京植物园Remember: have the name of your hotel or Beijing addressin Chinese for the taxi driver for the return journey.Botanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 4

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018By CarThe Botanical Gardens is located just NW of the 5th ring road.Take the exit from the 5th ring road signposted “Xiangshan Road/Xiangshan” and follow the brown signs to the Botanical Gardens.There is a car park on the right hand side at the intersection ofXiangshan Road and Wofosi Road.Entrance FeeNote that there is an entrance fee of 5 Yuan to enter the gardens,with tickets purchased at the entrance.Opening Times0600-2100 (1 April to 15 November)0700-1900 (16 November to 31 March)Note: It is possible to buy drinks and snacks at any of thenumerous stalls at the Botanical Gardens (these may be closed onweekdays in winter, so do bring something to eat and drink if you arevisiting at this time of year).Botanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 5

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018Map of the Botanical GardensBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 6

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018Hints and Tips:CHINESE NUTHATCH: the most reliable areas are in the pinesclose to the conservatory (near centre of map) and the pines to thenortheast of the park around the arboretum.BEIJING BABBLER and PLAIN LAUGHINGTHRUSH: the mostreliable area is on the ridge to the north of the gardens. Walk norththrough the park through Cherry Valley and alongside a small stream.At the northern end of the park there is toilet block on the right handside (with a sign for a tea shop). Just before the toilet block, there is anarrow concrete road that branches off to the right and up. Follow thisroad for 100m or so until the road ends at a wall. To the right, there isa path that runs up through the scrubby wood. Take this path. Afterabout 15-20 minutes you will reach a road. Cross the road andcontinue along the path as it runs, now steeply, for a further 10 minutesuntil you reach a second road. If you have not encountered theBabblers or Laughingthrushes by now, cross the road at the top andtake the road that runs up and left past a loudspeaker announcement(ie don’t take the immediate left or right, or go straight on). Follow thisroad as it winds uphill and then straightens along the ridge. Anywherealong here can be good for laughingthrushes, babblers, buntings,accentors etc. After a km or two there are a couple of open areas withviews to the north and south. These areas can be good places fromwhere to watch raptor migration at peak times in spring and autumn.WAXWINGS (BOHEMIAN and JAPANESE): when present(usually early winter) the preferred area is between the southeast gateand the western gate (where there are some ornamental berrybushes).Botanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 7

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018The stream that runs through the Cherry Valley can be good,particularly in winter as parts of it rarely freeze, providing a place todrink for birds.The northeast part of the gardens (near the arboretum) isgenerally quieter, so if you are there on a busy day and want to getaway from people, this is a good area to cover.Botanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 8

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018Species possible in the Botanical GardensStatus: R Resident; P Passage Migrant; S Summer Visitor; W Winter Visitor;V VagrantSpecies English and Scientific NamesChinese NameStatusJAPANESE QUAIL Coturnix japonica鵪鶉PCOMMON PHEASANT Phasianus colchicus雉雞RMANDARIN DUCK Aix galericulata鴛鴦PSMALLARD Anas platyrhynchos綠頭鴨PSWCHINESE SPOT-BILLED DUCK Anas zonorhyncha斑嘴鴨PSWBLACK STORK Ciconia nigra 黑鹳RBLACK-CROWNED NIGHT HERON Nycticorax nycticorax夜鹭SPURPLE HERON Ardea purpurea草鹭POSPREY Pandion haliaetus鹗PCRESTED HONEY BUZZARD Pernis ptilorhynchus凤头蜂鹰PBLACK KITE Milvus migrans lineatus 黑鸢RPCINEREOUS VULTURE Aegypius monachus NT秃鹫RPSHORT-TOED SNAKE EAGLE Circaetus gallicus短趾雕PEASTERN MARSH HARRIER Circus spilonotus 白腹鹞PHEN HARRIER Circus cyaneus 白尾鹞PWPIED HARRIER Circus melanoleucos鹊鹞PCHINESE SPARROWHAWK Accipiter soloensis 赤腹鹰PSJAPANESE SPARROWHAWK Accipiter gularis 日本松雀鹰PSEURASIAN SPARROWHAWK Accipiter nisus雀鹰PWNORTHERN GOSHAWK Accipiter gentilis苍鹰PWGREY-FACED BUZZARD Butastur indicus灰脸鵟鹰PSEASTERN BUZZARD Buteo japonicus普通鵟PWUPLAND BUZZARD Buteo hemilasius 大鵟PWROUGH-LEGGED BUZZARD Buteo lagopus 毛脚鵟WBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 9

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018GREATER SPOTTED EAGLE Aquila clanga VU乌雕PSTEPPE EAGLE Aquila nipalensis草原雕PEASTERN IMPERIAL EAGLE Aquila heliaca VU 白肩雕PGOLDEN EAGLE Aquila chrysaetos 金金雕RLESSER KESTREL Falco naumanni VU 黄 爪隼PCOMMON KESTREL Falco tinnunculus红隼RSAMUR FALCON Falco amurensis阿穆尔隼PSMERLIN Falco columbarius灰背隼PEURASIAN HOBBY Falco subbuteo燕隼PSAKER FALCON Falco cherrug EN猎隼PPEREGRINE FALCON Falco peregrinus游隼PCOMMON MOORHEN Gallinula chloropus 黑 水鸡(红 骨顶)SCOMMON COOT Fulica atra 骨顶鸡( 白 骨顶)PSCOMMON CRANE Grus grus灰鹤PWBLACK-WINGED STILT Himantopus himantopus 黑翅 长脚鹬PSROCK PIGEON Columba livia原鸽RORIENTAL TURTLE DOVE Streptopelia orientalis 山斑鸠RSPOTTED DOVE Spilopelia chinensis珠颈斑鸠RASIAN KOEL Eudynamys scolopacea噪鹃SINDIAN CUCKOO Cuculus micropterus四声杜鹃SCOMMON CUCKOO Cuculus canorus 大杜鹃SORIENTAL SCOPS OWL Otus sunia红 角鸮STAWNY OWL Strix aluco灰林林鸮RWHITE-THROATED NEEDLETAIL Hirundapus caudacutus 白喉针尾 雨燕PCOMMON SWIFT Apus apus普通楼燕SFORK-TAILED SWIFT Apus pacificus 白腰 雨燕PCOMMON KINGFISHER Alcedo atthis普通翠 鸟SEURASIAN HOOPOE Upupa epops戴胜RSEURASIAN WRYNECK Jynx torquilla蚁鴷PBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 10

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018RUFOUS-BELLIED WOODPECKER DendrocoposhyperythrusGREY-CAPPED PYGMY WOODPECKER Dendrocoposcanicapillus棕腹啄 木 鸟P星头啄 木 鸟RGREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER Dendrocopos major 大斑啄 木 鸟GREY-HEADED WOODPECKER Picus canus灰头绿啄 木 鸟RLONG-TAILED MINIVET Pericrocotus ethologus 长尾 山椒 鸟SBROWN SHRIKE Lanius cristatus红尾伯劳SPCHINESE GREY SHRIKE Lanius s. sphenocercus楔尾伯劳WPBLACK-NAPED ORIOLE Oriolus chinensis 黑枕 黄鹂SBLACK DRONGO Dicrurus macrocercus 黑卷尾SAZURE-WINGED MAGPIE Cyanopica cyanus灰喜鹊RRED-BILLED BLUE MAGPIE Urocissa erythrorhyncha红嘴蓝鹊RCOMMON MAGPIE Pica pica喜鹊RDAURIAN JACKDAW Coloeus dauuricus达乌 里里寒鸦WROOK Corvus frugilegus秃 鼻乌鸦SCARRION CROW Corvus corone 小嘴乌鸦WLARGE-BILLED CROW Corvus macrorhynchos 大嘴乌鸦RBOHEMIAN WAXWING Bombycilla garrulus太平 鸟WPJAPANESE WAXWING Bombycilla japonica NT 小太平 鸟WPMARSH TIT Poecile palustris沼泽 山雀RWILLOW TIT Poecile montana褐头 山雀RVVARIED TIT Poecile variusCOAL TIT Periparus ater煤 山雀RYELLOW-BELLIED TIT Periparus venustulus 黄腹 山雀SJAPANESE TIT Parus minor 大 山雀REURASIAN SKYLARK Alauda arvensis云雀COLLARED FINCHBILL Spizixos semitorques领雀嘴鹎VSAND MARTIN Riparia riparia崖沙燕PBARN SWALLOW Hirundo rustica家燕SPRED-RUMPED SWALLOW Cecropis daurica 金金腰燕SPPWBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 11

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018ASIAN STUBTAIL Urosphena squameiceps鳞头树莺SPLONG-TAILED TIT Aegithalos caudatusWSILVER-THROATED TIT Aegithalos glaucogularis银喉 ( 长尾) 山雀北北 长尾 山雀银喉 长尾 山雀DUSKY WARBLER Phylloscopus fuscatus褐柳柳莺PYELLOW-STREAKED WARBLER Phylloscopus armandii棕眉柳柳莺SRADDE'S WARBLER Phylloscopus schwarzi巨嘴柳柳莺PPALLAS'S LEAF WARBLER Phylloscopus proregulus 黄腰柳柳莺PCHINESE LEAF WARBLER Phylloscopus yunnanensis云南柳柳莺SYELLOW-BROWED WARBLER Phylloscopus inornatus 黄眉柳柳莺PHUME'S LEAF WARBLER Phylloscopus [humei] mandellii淡眉柳柳莺SARCTIC WARBLER Phylloscopus borealis极北北柳柳莺PTWO-BARRED WARBLER Phylloscopus plumbeitarsus双斑绿柳柳莺PORIENTAL REED WARBLER Acrocephalus orientalisBLACK-BROWED REED WARBLER Acrocephalusbistrigiceps东 方 大尾莺S 黑眉苇莺PSTHICK-BILLED WARBLER Iduna aedon厚嘴苇莺SBAIKAL BUSH WARBLER Bradypterus davidi斑胸短翅莺SPLANCEOLATED WARBLER Locustella lanceolata 矛斑蝗莺PPALLAS'S GRASSHOPPER WARBLER Locustella certhiola 小蝗莺PZITTING CISTICOLA Cisticola juncidis棕扇尾莺SPLAIN LAUGHINGTHRUSH Pterorhinus davidi 山噪鹛RVINOUS-THROATED PARROTBILL Sinosuthora webbianus棕头鸦雀RBEIJING BABBLER Rhopophilus pekinensisCHESTNUT-FLANKED WHITE-EYE Zosteropserythropleurus 山鹛R红胁绣眼 鸟PJAPANESE WHITE-EYE Zosterops japonicus暗绿绣眼 鸟PSGOLDCREST Regulus regulus戴菊WWINTER WREN Troglodytes troglodytes鹪鹩RCHINESE NUTHATCH Sitta villosa 黑头鳾REURASIAN TREECREEPER Certhia familiaris旋 木雀WRED-BILLED STARLING Spodiopsar sericeus丝光椋 鸟RRBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 12

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018WHITE-CHEEKED STARLING Spodiopsar cineraceus灰椋 鸟RBLUE WHISTLING THRUSH Myophonus caeruleus紫啸鸫SWHITE'S THRUSH Zoothera aurea 虎斑地鸫PGREY-BACKED THRUSH Turdus hortulorumCOMMON [CHINESE] BLACKBIRD Turdus merulamandarinus灰背鸫P乌鸫SRBLACK-THROATED THRUSH Turdus atrogularis 黑颈鸫RED-THROATED THRUSH Turdus ruficollis 赤颈鸫WPNAUMANN'S THRUSH Turdus naumanni红尾鸫WPDUSKY THRUSH Turdus eunomus斑鸫WPJAPANESE ROBIN Erithacus akahige 日本歌鸲VBLUETHROAT Luscinia svecica蓝喉歌鸲 (蓝点颏)PSIBERIAN RUBYTHROAT Luscinia calliope红喉歌鸲 (红点颏)PSIBERIAN BLUE ROBIN Luscinia cyane蓝歌鸲SPORANGE-FLANKED BLUETAIL Tarsiger cyanurus红胁蓝尾鸲PDAURIAN REDSTART Phoenicurus auroreus北北红尾鸲SPCOMMON STONECHAT Saxicola maurus 黑喉 石唧PGREY-STREAKED FLYCATCHER Muscicapa griseisticta灰纹鹟PDARK-SIDED FLYCATCHER Muscicapa sibirica乌鹟PASIAN BROWN FLYCATCHER Muscicapa dauurica北北灰鹟PYELLOW-RUMPED FLYCATCHER Ficedula zanthopygia 白眉姬鹟SRED-BREASTED FLYCATCHER Ficedula parva红胸姬鹟VTAIGA FLYCATCHER Ficedula albicilla红喉姬鹟PEURASIAN TREE SPARROW Passer montanus(树) 麻雀RALPINE ACCENTOR Prunella collaris领岩鹨WSSIBERIAN ACCENTOR Prunella montanella棕眉 山岩鹨WFOREST WAGTAIL Dendronanthus indicus 山鹡鸰SEASTERN YELLOW WAGTAIL Motacilla tschutschensis 黄鹡鸰PGREY WAGTAIL Motacilla cinerea灰鹡鸰PSWHITE WAGTAIL Motacilla alba 白鹡鸰PSWBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 13

Birding BeijingLast Updated 26 January 2018RICHARD'S PIPIT Anthus richardi理理 氏鹨POLIVE-BACKED PIPIT Anthus hodgsoni树鹨PBUFF-BELLIED PIPIT Anthus rubescens japonicus 黄腹鹨WWATER PIPIT Anthus spinoletta 水鹨WPEURASIAN CHAFFINCH Fringilla coelebs苍头燕雀BRAMBLING Fringilla montifringilla燕雀GREY-CAPPED GREENFINCH Carduelis sinica 金金翅 (雀)REURASIAN SISKIN Carduelis spinus 黄雀RCOMMON REDPOLL Carduelis flammea 白腰朱顶雀COMMON ROSEFINCH Carpodacus erythrinusCHINESE BEAUTIFUL ROSEFINCH LLAS'S ROSEFINCH Carpodacus roseus北北朱雀WRED CROSSBILL Loxia curvirostra红交嘴雀WEURASIAN BULLFINCH Pyrrhula pyrrhula红腹灰雀HAWFINCH Coccothraustes coccothraustes锡嘴雀WCHINESE GROSBEAK Eophona migratoria 黑尾蜡嘴雀PJAPANESE GROSBEAK Eophona personata 黑头蜡嘴雀PYELLOWHAMMER Emberiza citrinella 黄鹀VPINE BUNTING Emberiza leucocephalos 白头鹀WGODLEWSKI'S BUNTING Emberiza godlewskii 戈 氏岩鹀RMEADOW BUNTING Emberiza cioides三道眉草鹀RTRISTRAM'S BUNTING Emberiza tristrami 白眉鹀PCHESTNUT-EARED BUNTING Emberiza fucata栗栗 耳鵐PLITTLE BUNTING Emberiza pusilla 小鹀YELLOW-BROWED BUNTING Emberiza chrysophrys 黄眉鹀PRUSTIC BUNTING Emberiza rustica 田鹀WYELLOW-THROATED BUNTING Emberiza elegans 黄喉鹀PCHESTNUT BUNTING Emberiza rutila栗栗鹀PVWPPWPWBotanical Gardens Site Guide, Page 14

The Botanical Gardens is located just NW of the 5th ring road. Take the exit from the 5th ring road signposted "Xiangshan Road/ Xiangshan" and follow the brown signs to the Botanical Gardens. There is a car park on the right hand side at the intersection of Xiangshan Road and Wofosi Road. Entrance Fee

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