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Wallcreeper Short Break

A short break in Bulgaria’s magnificent Trigrad Gorge – probably the most reliable place in Europe to find and enjoy this exciting bird.

Wallcreepers by Mladen Vasilev

Red-breasted Goose Short Break

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Red-breasted Geese by Mladen Vasilev

Dalmatian Pelican Photography

This tour is run in the area of Lake Kerkini, Northern Greece.   Nestled picturesquely between two separate mountain ranges, Lake Kerkini is one of the true jewels of European birding and the core of a nature reserve that is a relatively unexplored wonderland of beauty and biological diversity. Plenty of Great White Pelicans, Dalmatian […]

Dalmatian Pelicans by Mladen Vasilev

Rock Partridge Short Break

Rock Partridges by Eric Janssen

Mountain Birds, Flowers and Butterflies Tours in Bulgaria and Northern Greece

Lake Kerkini by Dimiter Georgiev

Red-breasted Goose Photography

A great opportunity to enjoy and photograph the most beautiful of the wild geese in their wintering grounds in NE Bulgaria

Wallcreeper Photography

A tour to the spectacular Trigrad Gorge – probably the most reliable place in Europe to enjoy and photograph the evasive Wallcreepers   On this tour we concentrate our efforts on photographing breeding pairs of Wallcreeper on the limestone cliffs of the Trigrad Gorge in the Western Rhodope Mountains. Depending on the success at the […]

Wallcreepers by Mladen Vasilev

Birds of Prey in Bulgaria

On this tour you have excellent chances to see all the 22 breeding raptors in Bulgaria plus several passing, non-breeding and vagrant species!

White-tailed Eagle and Eurasian Griffon Vulture

One-day Birding Around Sofia

This birding trip will bring you to a great variety of habitats around Sofia, the Bulgarian capital, like conifer and broad-leaved forests in the mountains, high mountain meadows, marshlands, steppe and Karst areas.

Two-day Birding Trip: Eastern Rhodopes & Sakar

Come and see “The European Condors” – Griffon and Black (Cinereous) Vultures – plus many more: Egyptian Vulture, Imperial Eagle, White-tailed Eagle, Long-legged Buzzard, etc.