BIRDING AROUND THE WORLD

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PNG: Bougainville, Manus and New Britain Sign In or Register to add photos

These 3 big islands north of mainland New Guinea hold a lot of birds different from the mainland. I visited Bougainville in 2009, organising the first ever group birding trip to go to the interior; Manus in 1999 and 2008, and New Britain in 1999 and 2005. I had problems with my camera in 2005, so have included photos from my friends Andy Bunting and Andy Deighton on the New Britain leg that year.
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Superb Pitta
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Manus Cuckoo-shrike
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Manus Cuckoo-shrike
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Black-headed White-eye
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Bismarck Black Myzomela
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Bismarck Black Myzomela
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White-naped Friarbird
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White-naped Friarbird
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Black Honey-Buzzard
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Black Honey-Buzzard
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Black Honey-Buzzard
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Oriental Hobby
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Superb Fruit-Dove
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Red-knobbed Imperial-Pigeon
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Red-knobbed Imperial-Pigeon
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Finsch's Imperial-Pigeon
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Finsch's Imperial-Pigeon
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Black or Bismarck Imperial-Pigeon
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Black and Torresian Imperial-Pigeons
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Torresian Imperial-Pigeon
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Blue-eyed Cockatoo
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Blue-eyed Cockatoo
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Blue-eyed Cockatoo
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Eastern Black-capped Lory
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Red-flanked Lorikeet
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Singing Parrot
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Singing Parrot
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Eclectus Parrot on New Britain
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Violaceous Coucal
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Violaceous Coucal
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Violaceous Coucal
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Black-headed Paradise-Kingfisher
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White-mantled or New Britain Kingfisher
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White-mantled Kingfisher
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White-mantled Kingfisher
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New Britain Friarbird
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geysers near the Lavege Track
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volcano at Rabaul
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eruption at Rabaul
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eruption at Rabaul
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