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Birding at Schinias National Park with VENT Tours, Victor Emanuel, USA

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Isabelline Shrike@Nafplio Golf

Another vagrant appeared at the very important wetland of Nea Kios, Nafplio Golf, close to the picturesque city of Nafplio in the eastern Peloponnese: An adult Isabelline Shrike! The bird was very tame and it gave us, apart from greath photos, many moments of pleasure. It was very hungry and wou…
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Athens, 13.3.2015

Even a half day trip in March can be very productive! This trip was species-orientated; Ruppell's Warbler, Scops Owl and Sombre Tit being some of our targets. We started just before dawn to look for the smallest owl of the area - the Scops Owl. Mt Hymettus holds a very large population of …
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Athens, 12.3.2015

It's spring time and even a short trip around Athens can yield a good number of species. On March, 12 we visited the famous Schinias National Park for a few hours and the results were more than satisfactory; we saw and heard 54 species! The day began with a thorough scan of the marshes. W…
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Evros Delta, 14.1.2015

Evros Delta is one of the top Greek birding destinations in winter. Thousands of waterfowl, lots of raptors and several rarities render this site the place to be in January and February. Even a single day is enough to get most of its specialties (Lesser White-fronted and Red-breasted Goose, Le…
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Wallcreeper in Mt Hymettus!

One of birder's favorite species, a Wallcreeper, was seen today by a group of local birders, at Hymmetus Mt, at the trail leading to the Rueppell's Warbler & Cretzschmar's Bunting point. Wallcreepers have been reported again, many years ago, at the same spot, in winter. Hopefully, …
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