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Impressive monastery famous for Brown-eared Pheasant

As a small group of birdwatchers we travelled here primarily for one bird - the rare Brown-eared... read more

Reviewed 25 April 2015
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25 Apr 2015
“Impressive monastery famous for Brown-eared Pheasant”
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Reviewed 25 April 2015

As a small group of birdwatchers we travelled here primarily for one bird - the rare Brown-eared Pheasant, which is relatively common as it is fed by the Buddhists and not hunted in the immediate area. This Zen Buddist monastery is really quite impressive, with...More

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