The day was fairly quiet bird wise. Our main target for the day was the Wallcreeper. We went out for a walk before breakfast and logged a few new birds for my guests. Some of the birds we saw were Serin, Blackcap, Mistle Thrush, Red-backed Shrike, Siberian Chiffchaff and a few other common birds.
After breakfast we headed to the gorge where we were going to spend the morning searching for the Wallcreeper. We did stop at the usual place and spend an hour or so but in vain. No bird turned up other than some Crag Martins and Alpine Swifts so we changed places. At the next spot there were no Wallcreepers either but we heard a Nutcracker. The number of people started growing so it was more and more challenging hearing bird calls. That is why we decided to take a side trail away from people where we saw a pair of Crested Tit and Bullfinches were calling here and there.
The views from the trail were superb. We spend some time along the trail and by the cliffs but in vain. Soon we decided to go back to the hotel for lunch and rest. In the late afternoon we did another walk in the same area but with no results. The day wasn’t very productive but we still counted about 30 species.