Category Bulgaria

Vulture photography trip coming up

It is Friday and it is time for new adventures. Couple of phone calls and here I am on the way to the Eastern Rhodope mountains: the realm of Vultures...Read More

Black-winged Stilt photography in Bulgaria

Black-winged Stilts are peculiar birds but rather difficult to photograph because of their black and white colors. I decided to give them a try and visited a wetland on the Bulgarian Black sea coast.…Read More

Kestrel photography

With the birdwatching groups that I guide, we regularly see the Common Kestrel Falco tinnunculus but to photograph it, is a different story. I have had only a few lucky distant shots but never this close.…Read More

Turnstone photography

Another photography session proved successful...Read More

Nine day birdwatching and photography trip with belgium photographers finished with great success

This time the group was with Belgium birdwatchers and photographers who wanted to photograph every single bird they see...Read More

BirdID trip in Bulgaria 2014: day 10, May 3rd – last day

“This was a great trip, based on a great formula. I will do all I can to promote the activities and benefits of “HiNT” and the BSPB” concluded Bob Dennison at the end of the final day from the trip...Read More

Nutcracker photography in Bulgaria

Nutcrackers Nucifraga caryocatactes are lovely birds. Strangely enough there are very few photos of this peculiar bird. Perhaps the areas where they live are too distant for photographers...Read More

Bear watching in Bulgaria, Belitsa

The past weekend was rather exciting. This time the trip was to an area where I have only driven through but never had the time to really wander around...Read More

Bee-eater and Roller photography guided trip in Bulgaria

Bee-eater photography and Roller photography guided trip is just over. A group of four Polish photographers managed to get a few lovely shots of both Rollers and Bee-eaters...Read More

Evening drive to Melnik sand pyramids

Evening light is one of the best for photography. Both wildlife and nature photography benefit from the warm light of the rising and setting sun. In one such occasion I happened to be in Melnik.…Read More