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Latest Covid News

Still here - waiting for a break in Covid - as of March 2021, following the initial Wuhan outbreak, the level of infection in China is still very low  - however, entry is denied to non-Chinese nationals unless they have work or family visit visas. Depending on how effective vaccination proves on a global plan, the soonest we can presently hope for an opening in general tourism would be somewhere in early 2022.

 

scanning with shadow 2Sichuan, Yunnan and Qinghai specialist, the wildlife hotspots of China - with Sid Francis

Baxi

An area of alpine forest on the edge of the Ruoergai Grasslands. The area holds Blue-eared Pheasant, Chinese Grouse, Chestnut-throated Partridge, Sukatchev’s and Plain Laughingthrush, Sichuan Jay, Crested Tit Warbler, Pere David’s Owl, Three-barred Rosefinch, Maroon-backed Accentor, Long-tailed Thrush, Tibetan Siskin and Prezwalski's Nuthatch.

Baxi List

 

Ruoergai Town to Baxi

The forest areas are around 40 minutes’ drive from Ruoergai. Another hour’s drive takes you to excellent birding on a 4000m mountain pass.

The birding in this area can be divided between roadside and walking tracks into the forest.

Accommodation

Can combine this site with Ruoergai – using hotels in Ruoergai Town

For general tourist information click link below and visit our sister-site Wolong Pandas

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