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Trip reports:

We encourage members to send us their trip reports in order to document recent geographical distribution of birds in Pakistan. Please include your name, trip location and the year when sending the report. We have compiled trip reports by our members and other individual birdwatchers below:

  1. Location:  Northern and Central Pakistan
    Birdwatcher: Menno Hornman
    Date:
    12 October- 3 November 2007
    view report and trip bird list
     

  2. Location:  Islamabad/Rawalpindi, Northern Areas
    Birdwatcher: Merilyn Browne
    Date:
    August-September 2006
    view report and trip bird list
     

  3. Location:  Pindi Gheb, N.W.F.P
                   D.G. Khan, N.W.F.P
    Birdwatcher: Muhammad Saad N Qaisrani
    Date:
    Trip to Pindi Gheb - January 28th-30th, 2006
    Trip to D.G. Khan -  February 4th-9th, 2006
    view report

     

  4. Year in Review (2005 Important Sightings in Pakistan)
    Birdwatcher: Muhammad Saad N Qaisrani
    view report

     

  5. Location: Fish Pond, Sandspit, Karachi
    Birdwatcher: Ahmer Ali Rizvi
    Date: September 1st, 2005

    view report

     

  6. Location: Dir, Baarain, D. G Khan
    Birdwatcher: Muhammad Saad N Qaisrani
    Date:
    Trip to Dir-7 May 2005
    Trip to Baarain-7-9 July 2005
    Trip to D. G Khan- 13-23 July 2005
    view report

     

  7. Location: Fish Pond, Sandspit, Karachi
    Birdwatcher: Ahmer Ali Rizvi
    Date: January, 2005
    view report

     

  8. Location: Trip to Pakistan 2004
    Birdwatcher: Sarfraz Hayat
    Date: November-December, 2004

    view report

     

  9. Location: Sara-i-Alamgir, 15km from Jhelum City, Punjab
    Birdwatcher: Muhammad Saad N Qaisrani
    Date: August 3rd, 2003

    view report

     

  10. Location: Trip to Pakistan 2002
    Birdwatcher: Sarfraz Hayat
    Date: February-May, 2002

    view report

 

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