Category birdwatching tours in Bulgaria

BirdID course in Bulgaria 2015: woodcock

Another fantastic day! It feels like we didn’t see many species but when I counted them we ended with 99 species. Not too bad for a travelling day...Read More
Little Tern © Iordan Hristov

BirdID course in Bulgaria 2015: wetlands

After the exciting day yesterday, the participants in the group were rather excited. The day started with a pre-breakfast walk around the hotel grounds. The day was going to be devoted to birds of wetlands.…Read More

BirdID course in Bulgaria 2015: bird migration

What a day!  Another superb birding day in Bulgaria. We started in a woodland and ended by the coast. The day started at about 6.30 a.m...Read More

International bird identification course starts today

New international bird identification course starts today in Bulgaria for a third time with a focus on birds from Western Palearctic...Read More
Sardinian Warbler, image: Iordan Hristov

Bird Identification course on birds of Bulgaria

Bird identification course on birds of Bulgaria just ended. We spent a few wonderful days in the area of Eastern Rhodopes in Bulgaria looking at birds and teaching bird ID...Read More
Western Capercaillie photography in Bulgaria

Western Capercaillie

Western Capercaillie is an enigmatic bird to photograph. After a successful Capercaillie workshop in the beginning of april I took a client to the same area...Read More
Capercaillie workshop

Capercaillie workshop in Bulgaria

There are very few places where Wolves would howl right under the window of your room and bears will be sharpening their claws only a couple of meters away from you while you are asleep...Read More
Pallid Harrier

Pallid Harrier during a BirdID course in Bulgaria 2015

Spring has come and with it comes the new course for bird identification that I will be leading in 2015 for a third time...Read More
winter bird watching trip

Winter bird watching: the end

And so the winter bird watching trip approaches its end. Today is our last morning. We had an early breakfast and off we went to search for our last Red breasted Geese...Read More
Grey Partridge

Winter birdwatching: Long tailed Duck

GreLThe day was fairly quiet. After we saw most of our target birds it will take us a lot to be impressed. This time we decided to have an earlier breakfast and leave by 8 a.m. So we did...Read More