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Birding in Bulgaria: 4 days guided trip

I was recently asked to guide a group of British birdwatchers on a trip targeting 15 bird species typical for Bulgaria. The group was organised by David Bradnum.

We had fantastic time and amazing birds but I will leave you to read their personal impressions on their blogs:
Jonathan Lethbridge’s blog and website on bird photos where you can purchase his photos including the one of the Lesser-spotted Eagle on the right:

The best place I have ever been bird watching both in terms of species density and specialist rarities, good it was bloody brilliant.” said Dave Morisson  in his trip report – another chap from the group. Read his full report here: Bulgaria trip report.

The third person that has posted a few images from the trip is maintained by David Bradnum. He wrote a couple of stories about:

Anyway, it was an amazing trip, for only 4 days we had 172 bird species. Some of the highlights being this Lesser spotted Eagle on the image here (Copyright Jonathan Lethbridge), Broad-billed Sandpiper, Masked Shrike, Olive-tree Warbler, Levant Sparrowhawk, Eastern Imperial Eagle and many others. “It was both the quality and quantity” says Jonathan in his report.

Thank you guys for the nice words you have said about my work. I really enjoyed our trip. It was great fun. You are very welcome again for the autumn migration or for a photography trip.

4 thoughts on “Birding in Bulgaria: 4 days guided trip”

  1. Dancho, thanks for making it such a great trip, still thinking about all those returning Raptors in the Autumn…. Thanks also for joining the blog.Dave

  2. Hi Dave, The trip was great fun indeed. It was my pleasure to take you around and show you all the birds and sites around. I would be very happy if I have another chance to guide you again in the autumn or any other time.

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