A 4-day tour along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, focusing on the observation of some of the most targeted species of birds in Southeastern Europe, including Dalmatian Pelican, Pygmy Cormorant, Lesser Spotted Eagle, Long-legged Buzzard, Levant Sparrowhawk, Syrian Woodpecker, Masked Shrike, Sombre Tit, Paddyfield Warbler, Eastern Bonelli’s Warbler, Olive-tree Warbler, Olivaceous Warbler, Black-headed Bunting, Semi-collared Flycatcher, Pied Wheatear and Isabelline Wheatear.
We will first visit the coastal lakes of Shabla and Durankulak and Cape Kaliakra on the northern sea coast. On our way south we will stop in the Eastern Balkan mountain range, where we can find a great variety of forest birds. In the last two days we will explore the Bourgas wetlands and the deciduous forests in the Strandzha Mountains.
If you wish to join one of our scheduled Balkan Specialties Birding Trips, please check the availability.
Download the check-list of birds likely to be seen on this tour.
Semi-collared Flycatcher by Mladen Vasilev