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Mull eagle watchers

Join our small group tours, six guests, with two or three guides.



Brilliant Birds and Magical Mammals on the Isle of Mull



Saturday 23rd March - Thursday 28th March 2019


Just one place left!

White tailed eagle

White-tailed Eagles will be a major attraction on our Isle of Mull tour.



Overview



The Isle of Mull has been called the UK's premier wildlife-watching location. Why not join us at this brilliant time of year to visit this wildlife paradise?

The Isle of Mull is rich in raptors, the best place in the UK to enjoy wonderful views of both White-tailed and Golden Eagles along with an excellent chance of seeing Hen Harrier, Short-eared Owl, Peregrine and more. Visiting this beautiful island at this time of year means we have it almost completely to ourselves at a time when wildlife activity is high.

The island is justly famous for its healthy population of otters which we should encounter during our stay. The seas around the island also abound with wildlife from grey seals and minke whales to abundant seabirds. During our stay, weather permitting, we will take a boat trip from the island with Mull Charters to get up close and personal with the White-tailed Eagles, giving ideal photographic opportunities of this charismatic raptor and many of the other seabirds. Expect to see plenty of wildlife during our stay in this magical part of the world.

Best of Morocco: Mountains, Deserts and Coasts


Saturday 6 – Thursday 18 April 2019



Just two places left

Join our special small-group tour as we explore the very best birdwatching locations in this exciting and vibrant country. With landscapes ranging from high mountains to steep gorges, sandy deserts and lush oases, coastal beaches and river estuaries, we will enjoy plenty of exciting birds set against the dramatic and beautiful landscapes of Morocco. Spring migration will be in full swing so the birding will be very exciting indeed. We hope to enjoy around 200 species of birds!

Egyptian Nightjar

So many amazing birds await in Morocco including Egyptian Nightjar.



Spring Birding in Georgia Special Birds In A Special Place



Sunday 21st – Tuesday 30th April 2019



Just two places left on this exciting small-group tour!

Join us on this exciting birding trip to the relatively undiscovered country of Georgia, with stunning views and picturesque landscapes of alpine, steppe and semi-desert wildlife hotspots. Amongst the many birding highlights of this special trip we will enjoy amazing raptor migration and look for specialist Caucasus species in this dramatic country. Faster paced than some of our other more relaxed-paced trips, we will also take in some of the country’s historical monuments which make great birding locations and we enjoy Georgia’s delicious traditional food and wine along the way. Truly an unforgettable trip with an exciting list of birds!


One of the many amazing birds that await in Georgia - Güldenstädt’s Redstart.



Some of the mouth-watering species we will be looking for include Güldenstädt’s Redstart and Great Rosefinch in their only location in the Western Palearctic, Caucasian Black Grouse and Caucasian Snowcock. We also hope to see Wallcreeper, Red-billed and Alpine Chough, Ring Ouzel, Alpine Accentor, Water Pipit, Black Redstart, Red-fronted Serin, Caucasian Chiffchaff, Red-throated Pipits, Bluethroat, Barred Warbler, Wryneck, Yellow Wagtails, Scops Owl, Collared and Semi-Collared Flycatchers, Steppe Buzzard, Black Kite, Montagu’s, Pallid and Marsh Harriers, with a chance of Steppe, Lesser Spotted and Eastern Imperial Eagle, Black Woodpecker, Armenian Gulls, White-winged Tern and Black-necked Grebe, Chukars, Black Francolins, Hoopoe, European Bee-eater, Roller, Crag Martins, Little Bustrad, Isabelline Wheatear, Crested, Short-toed and Calandra Larks, possibly Lesser Short-toed Lark. Nearby Western Rock Nuthatch, Blue Rock Thrush, Pied and Black-eared Wheatears, Black-headed and Ortolan Buntings, and Spanish and Rock Sparrows. Ménétries’s Warbler are common. Eastern Orphean Warbler and Rose-coloured Starlings may have arrived! And even more, we expect to enjoy around 200 species of birds on this amazing trip.

If you would like to receive our detailed Trip Dossier about any of these exciting tours, please drop us a line on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk.. There are also more details under our "Tours" pages and lots more trips to browse too.

We look forward to hearing from you and enjoying great birds together!





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