We saw both the resident giganteus and the nominate subspecies (as above) of the Chinese grey shrike.
My last redstart - the lovely chaffinch-like pastel shades of a male Przewalski's redstart.
A walk in the Dulan Mountains was fantastic for rutting kansuensis red deer, the roars of the males providing a memorable soundtrack to the day.
Our big day walk for Pallas' cat - it produced the goods, Jesper spotted one on a nearby ridge that gave great 'scope views as it looked out over the pika colonies below us.
A new family! Przewalski's pinktail (Urocynchramus pylzowi) - just amazing and worth the price of admission alone.
Black-necked crane - a much-wanted tick for me. We saw over 90 of these superb birds.
Glover's pika - a cute denizen of rocky cliffs and scree slopes on the plateau.
The Tibetan plateau is hooching with lammergiers - we watched birds dismantling skeletons and flying away with the bones carried fore-and-aft (like an osprey with a fish).
Tibetan wolf sightings were one of the highlights of two weeks on the Tibetan plateau. We saw 11 individuals in five contacts.
Stolizcka's tit-warbler - I never did get a photo of a male...
Henderson's ground-jay - one of the most-wanted birds for the birders on the tour and it did not disappoint.