Birders’ Specialities Tour Guaranteed to go
9th – 19th March 2013 – £1,350 plus flight
This is a great tour covering all the key sites and spending 3 nights on the edge of the Sahara Desert!
There are numerous mouth-watering near endemic and desert specialities that can be found in Morocco. Whether it be watching the prehistoric looking and critically endangered Northern Bald Ibis flocks shuffling across the coast at Tamri, seeing beautiful male Moussier’s Redstarts perched on roadside bushes, waiting at dusk for a view of the mystical Egyptian Nightjar or Pharaoh Eagle Owl, searching for small groups of Cream-coloured Coursers and Thick-billed Larks on the now famous Tagdilt Track, sifting through migrants in a desert hotel garden, watching African Desert Warblers in the sand dunes or simply enjoying the desert scenery and the sun set on the mighty Massa Estuary, there is something for everyone on a Morocco birding adventure!
FULL ITINERARY: HERE
|Northern Bald Ibis - Morocco March 2008 (Robin Edwards)|
Bears& Woodpeckers Short Break
Guaranteed to go 18th – 22nd May 2013
£625 plus flight
Excellent views of Bears in May 2012 as well as White-backed Woodpecker of the Lilfordi race.We stay in a beautifully renovated B&B in the lovely town of Pescasseroli. This tour is also perfect to extend for a stay in the beautiful city of Rome!
FULL ITINERARY & VIDEO HERE
|Marsican Brown Bears, Abruzzo NP Italy May 2012 (Chris Townend)|
Slender billed Curlew would be niceReplyDelete