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Papua New Guinea

Birding in Papua New Guinea

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A team of international birders goes to Papua New Guinea to photograph the endemic flame bowerbird and its mating ritual “dance”.

 

The flame bowerbird.
The flame bowerbird.Photo: Sabu Kinattukara
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  A flame bowerbird in its bower .
A flame bowerbird in its bower .Photo: Sabu Kinattukara
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  Radjah shelduck
Radjah shelduckPhoto: Govind Vijayakumar
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Australasian swamphen.
Australasian swamphen. Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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Brown-headed paradise kingfisher.
Brown-headed paradise kingfisher. Photo: Sabu Kinattukara
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Masked lapwing.
Masked lapwing. Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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Butcher bird.
Butcher bird. Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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Belford’s melidectes.
Belford’s melidectes. Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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 Barred owlet-nightjar.
Barred owlet-nightjar.Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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 Brehm’s tiger parrot.
Brehm’s tiger parrot.Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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Victoria crowned pigeon.
Victoria crowned pigeon. Photo: Sabu Kinattukara
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Island thrush.
Island thrush. Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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  Ribbon-tailed astrapia,   male.
Ribbon-tailed astrapia, male.Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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Ribbon-tailed astrapia female.
Ribbon-tailed astrapia female. Photo: Govind Vijayakumar
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 Sabu Kinattukara.
Sabu Kinattukara.
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A typical landscape of Papua New Guinea.
A typical landscape of Papua New Guinea.Photo: Sunil Onamkulam
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