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Australasia comprises Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and and other Pacific Islands and is home to a fascinating array of birdlife including many endangered species. You will also find many flightless birds on the islands, such as cassowaries, emus and kiwis, that lost their ability to fly due to the lack of predators and competitors.

Blue-Faced Honeyeater
Blue-faced honeyeater

A bird watching holiday to Australasia gives you the opportunity see exotic birds of paradise, colourful parrots, kingfishers and finches, the smallest species of penguin in the world and the iconic kookaburra, all with a backdrop of beautiful and unspoilt scenery.

As well observing the wonderful birdlife, take time to immerse yourself in the life, culture and dreamtime legends of indigenous peoples, their rock art and spiritual sites for a rich and rewarding holiday.
To complete your bird watching holiday, before you go book a trip to a bird sanctuary, park or attraction where you can get up close to birds in their natural habitats and have an experienced local guide point out some of the must-see species. Many bird parks are also involved in conservation programmes so you know your admission fee is being put to good use. Making your own arrangements can often work out cheaper than booking an organised bird watching holiday. Find out more about organising your own tailor-made bird watching holiday.
We have selected a fantastic range of Australasia destinations that are ideal for a bird watching break. Alternatively, you can search Expedia's full range of holiday destinations to find the perfect bird watching holiday for you:


Bird Watching Holiday In New Zealand
A holiday in New Zealand covers all bird habitats - alpine, sub-alpine, montane and lowland forest, wetlands and sandspit. Conservation guides can take you into areas such as Kahurangi National Park where you are most likely to see rare and endangered species. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In The Solomon Islands
The Solomon Islands are a tropical paradise that offer an amazing opportunity to explore some of the world’s most beautiful unspoilt landscapes. There is an impressive range of endemic bird species with around 200 species occurring nowhere else in the world as well as coral reefs full of marine life. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Christmas Island
The tropical island's rainforests and limestone cliffs are populated with seabirds and wanderers and the elaborate displays of many endemic species are similar to their Indonesian cousins. Christmas Island is also home to the annual migration of millions of red crabs, which attracts huge numbers of hungry birds. With no natural predators, the birds of Christmas Island are surprising tame and will happily perch on people's shoulders or feed from the hand. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In The Northern Territory
Wetlands, billabongs and rainforests in Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve offer a diverse range of species including Australia's only stork, the jabiru. Kakadu National Park is a protected area, home to more than 280 species of birds, or about one-third of Australia's bird species. If your trip includes a visit to Uluru please respect the local customs and cultural values. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Fiji
The sun-bleached beaches and lush forests of the Fijian Islands are full of spectacular birds including warblers, flycatchers, honeyeaters, doves, lorikeets and parrot finches. You may even be lucky enough to spot the elusive kagu, which until the mid 80s was critically endangered but due to conservation efforts has made a remarkable comeback. Fiji also offers a fascinating culture and wonderful food. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In New Caledonia
A remote island full of critically endangered birds is a birders perfect holiday destination. The island has a range of habitats from subtropical forest to rugged mountains and lowland savannahs and is home to a number of endemic species including the white-bellied goshawk, New Caledonian rail, horned parakeet, and yellow-bellied robin. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea is one of the most fascinating destinations for birding in the world. In virtually untouched montane forests you’ll discover doves, parrots, fairywrens, bowerbirds and more than 20 species of birds-of-paradise. Travel through the islands diverse habitats including rivers and grasslands for a bird watching holiday like no other. Read more ...



North America plays hosts to thousands of species of birds in a wonderful range of habitats, many of which are unspoiled. From the far north of Canada to the very south of Mexico a bird watching holiday to North America will give you the chance to see some amazing wildlife.

Bald Eagle

For bird enthusiasts, no trip to the United States is complete without a glimpse of America’s most famous bird, the bald eagle, whose range covers most of North America from the bayous of Louisiana to the deciduous forests of New England. The US is also home to a number of endemic species including the lesser prairie-chicken, the pelagic cormorant, the Carolina chickadee and the Florida scrub-jay.

Although Canada doesn’t support any endemic species of birds, it is a beautiful place to go to spot birds in spectacular scenery. While you’re away take the opportunity to look out for other wildlife including Canada’s very own Big Five; moose, elks, wolves, deer and bears.

With a wide variety of habitats, climates and ecosystems Mexico has more species of birds than the US and Canada combined. On a trip to Mexico look out for hawks, macaws, hummingbirds, owls as well as coastal birds including flamingos, pelicans, cormorants and frigatebirds.

For a gentler way of life a holiday in the Caribbean is guaranteed to be relaxing. You could either choose to stay on one of the 28 island nations or island hop to be in with a chance of seeing a greater variety of birds and wildlife. There’s something for every bird lover here, from hummingbirds, boobies, cuckoos, doves, spoonbills and flycatchers.
To complete your bird watching holiday, before you go book a trip to a bird sanctuary, park or attraction where you can get up close to birds in their natural habitats and have an experienced local guide point out some of the must-see species. Many bird parks are also involved in conservation programmes so you know your admission fee is being put to good use. Making your own arrangements can often work out cheaper than booking an organised bird watching holiday. Find out more about organising your own tailor-made bird watching holiday.
We have selected a fantastic range of North American destinations that are ideal for a bird watching break. Alternatively, you can search Expedia's full range of holiday destinations to find the perfect bird watching holiday for you:


Bird Watching Holiday In Cuba
Cuba is a fantastic birding destination as well as being a fascinating island to visit. There is a long list of both resident and migrant birds to be found in a variety of habitats including approximately 25 endemic species, about half of which are endangered. A bird watching holiday will provide plenty of opportunity to see all of these as well as many other Caribbean and North American species. Travel through a great variety of landscapes and habitats, from lush forests to craggy hills and vast wetlands. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Yellowstone National Park
Spring in Wyoming’s iconic National Parks with ‘Old Faithful’ at its best, colourful birds, mammals feeding after winter, first spring flowers and wild landscapes. Autumn is a stunning time to visit two of the finest of America’s National Parks, Grand Teton and Yellowstone, resplendent with fall colour, plus wolves, bears, bison, beavers and birds. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Newfoundland
Observe seabirds such as murres, puffins, razorbilled auks, gannets, eagles, moose, caribou, and many other species of wildlife on a holiday in Newfoundland. Meals are a highlight and feature Newfoundland specialties such as baked apple tarts and partridgeberry pies. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Costa Rica
Is there a better place on earth to watch birds? Costa Rica is a premier birding destination with 850 species residing in lush cloud forests, scenic mountains and wetlands. You’ll see exotic species such as quetzals, manakins, macaws, toucans, hummingbirds and cotingas and there is a wonderful choice of accommodation in secluded lodges. Costa Rica has a rightly deserved reputation as a friendly, welcoming country and this could be your bird watching holiday of a lifetime. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Texas
Texas is an amazing place for a birder to visit all year round. Discover jewel-coloured hummingbirds, as well as other resident tropical species while in winter watch out for Mexican vagrants and the whooping crane. You’ll find a range of habitats from desert scrubs to clear oceans all served up with some legendary Southern hospitality. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Alaska
Alaska has some of the most stunning scenery in the world including high mountain ranges and vast areas of wilderness. It’s also a bird lover’s paradise home to both Asian and Arctic birds including bluethroats, geese, birds of prey, sandpipers and curlews. Mammal spotting is a must too with Arctic foxes and polar bears if you’re lucky. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Massachusetts
Birds, beavers, backwoods and big things at sea. The very best combination of migrant birds and whales on USA’s eastern seaboard. Endless New England forests with majestic bald eagles, unspoilt beaches, marshes and thickets of Cape Cod and colourful birds and dazzling migrant warblers, Massachusetts is a fabulous location for a bird watching holiday. Read more ...



Asia extends from the tropics to the Arctic and includes the world's highest mountain ranges. This great diversity of climates and habitats is reflected in a great diversity of birds, with about 2,700 species occurring in the region.

Brahminy Starling
Brahminy Starling In Bharatpur

Observe cranes, kingfishers, comorants, ibis, egret, heron, partridge, river tern, stone plougher and snake birds - you might even spot a crocodile or two basking in the sun!

Winters in Asia (October to March), are particularly attractive to visitors because of the large number of migratory birds that are present at the time.
To complete your bird watching holiday, before you go book a trip to a bird sanctuary, park or attraction where you can get up close to birds in their natural habitats and have an experienced local guide point out some of the must-see species. Many bird parks are also involved in conservation programmes so you know your admission fee is being put to good use. Making your own arrangements can often work out cheaper than booking an organised bird watching holiday. Find out more about organising your own tailor-made bird watching holiday.
We have selected a fantastic range of Asian destinations that are ideal for a bird watching break. Alternatively, you can search Expedia's full range of holiday destinations to tailor-make the perfect bird watching holiday for you:


Bird Watching Holiday In Kerala
Tropical rain forests are primary centres of species richness and endemism within the Western Ghats in India. There are more than 450 known bird species found at this hotspot, of which 24 are endemic, mostly found in the lowland rainforests and high altitude montane forests of the Western Ghats which are also considered as an Endemic Bird Area by BirdLife International. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Sri Lanka
For a small island Sri Lanka has a rich bird fauna and many passionate bird lovers rank Sri Lanka among their favourite destinations. 426 bird species have been seen on the Island of which 33 of these are endemic to Sri Lanka - a fabulous birding holiday awaits! This birding paradise boasts a variety of environments including wet to dry zones, jungles, hill country, lowlands and tropical rain forests where a stunning list of endemic, resident and migratory birds can be found. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Bharatpur
A holiday to Bharatpur will take you to the best birding sites in the upper reaches of Central India. Bharatpur is a world renowned wetland for birds where you will encounter more than 200 species including Gangetic specialties such as the white-tailed stonechat & striated babbler, along with the chance to see up to 9 species of eagle, plus a superb variety of forest species, passerines and migrants. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Jordan
The ancient “lost city” of Petra is a “must see” destination, but it’s in the less visited wilderness areas that you can find so much more of what this country has to offer. Hume’s owl, Syrian serin, Sinai rosefinch are all possible. Stand by the Dead Sea – the lowest place on earth and see the amazing ‘sky blue’ Sinai agama at Little Petra and seabirds, migrants and wetlands by the Red Sea. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Bhutan
Birdwatching is one of Bhutan's star attractions, and if you like to indulge your birdwatching habit while exploring new and beautiful parts of the world, then Bhutan really should be high on your list of places to visit. With a unique and rich Buddhist culture, spectacular Himalayan scenery, and one of the most diverse and rich ranges of birdlife on the planet, a birdwatching holiday in Bhutan is a really special experience. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Indonesia
A holiday to this part of the world provide you with some of the best bird watching to be had in Sulawesi, Indonesia an area that boasts one of the largest endemic bird populations on earth with the main island of Sulawesi being home to no less than 12 endemic genera and over 40 endemic species. A further 56 species are endemic to the Sulawesi sub-region which covers the neighbouring islands of Sula and Banggai. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Cambodia
Cambodia is one of south-east Asia’s finest birding destinations. Visit the Prek Toal water-bird colony or visit Ang Trapeng Thmor for a large population of winter cranes. A boat trip on the Mekong River will give the opportunity to see many wetland and water-edge species and look out for the endemic Cambodian Laughingthrush at Aural Mountain. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In China
China is home to some of Asia’s rarest bird species. In the Sichuan Province you’ll find beautiful scenery including snow-peaked mountains covered with forests and a rich variety of birdlife including pheasants, tragopans, parottbills, woodpeckers, tits and warblers. The Minjiang Estuary and Emei Feng are also worth a visit. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Thailand
Famed for its beaches and friendly people, Thailand also offers many opportunities to spot birds. There are some important reserves including Kaeng Krachan, Khao Yai and Doi Lang as well as jungles and rainforests, hosting a rich assortment of birds including bee-eaters, leafbills, laughingthrushes and many more. While in Thailand you’ll also be able to sample some amazing food and visit cultural attractions including pagodas and temples. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Vietnam
Vietnam is growing in popularity as a birding destination with many unique habitats including dry woodlands, grasslands and lush montane and tropical forests. There are plenty of rarities to keep an eye out for including the grey-crowned crocias, which was thought to have been extinct for over 50 years, plus nuthatches, shrikes, orioles, finches and orioles. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Russia
Russia has some unforgiving landscapes and wilderness. Chukotka is a vast area with spectacular scenery, traditional villages and abandoned research stations and the opportunity to spot 100s of species of birds including cormorants, cranes, auklets, gulls and ducks. You’ll also be able to take part in seal and whale watching to enhance your trip. Read more ...



Africa is made up of many beautiful habitats including wetlands, rainforests, lagoons, saltpans, savannahs and woodlands and on a bird watching holiday in Africa you will be guaranteed to view the myriad species of birds that live in these habitats. Observe flamingos, pelicans, eagles, buzzards, parrots, cranes, raptors, ostriches and many more against a backdrop of stunning scenery.

Blue-Breasted Kingfisher
Blue-Breasted Kingfisher

If you are interested in other wildlife then why not combine an African bird watching holiday with a safari and take the opportunity to see some of Africa’s other amazing creatures such as lions, rhinos, giraffes, zebra, elephants and hippos close up.
To complete your bird watching holiday, before you go book a trip to a bird sanctuary, park or attraction where you can get up close to birds in their natural habitats and have an experienced local guide point out some of the must-see species. Many bird parks are also involved in conservation programmes so you know your admission fee is being put to good use. Making your own arrangements can often work out cheaper than booking an organised bird watching holiday. Find out more about organising your own tailor-made bird watching holiday.
We have selected a fantastic range of African destinations that are ideal for a bird watching break. Alternatively, you can search Expedia's full range of holiday destinations to find the perfect bird watching holiday for you:


Bird Watching Holiday In The Gambia
Stay in one of the world’s best bird watching environments where there are 576 known species of birds - come and see how many you can identify. Just in your hotel grounds you're likely to spot blue breasted kingfishers, wattled plovers and wood hoopoes. The best season to visit The Gambia is October to May. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Ethiopia
No other aspect of Ethiopia’s biology typifies its unique situation more than its prolific and numerous bird fauna. Visit the Bale Mountains and find yourself spoiled for choice with over 830 recorded species and 23 species found nowhere else in the world. Of the ten bird families endemic to the African mainland, eight are represented in Ethiopia. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Rwanda
After the tragedies of its recent past, Rwanda is firmly back on the birding map and is often referred to as the land of a thousand hills. The magnificent Nyungwe Forest offers the finest birding in the Albertine Rift. Search for babblers, warblers and sunbirds in the montane forests. A trip to Rwanda can often be combined with a visit to Uganda, where the focus is on lowland forest species. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Swaziland
Raptors, which include eagles, hawks and vultures, are large predatory birds that have witnessed major population declines across much of Africa. There are projects to contribute to the conservation ecology of these birds in Swaziland and you can take part in activities include searching for nests, monitoring nesting success, tagging chicks, and capturing and tagging adults. Much of the current focus is on vultures and Marabou storks which, due to their particular lifestyle, are considered "honorary" raptors. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In The Seychelles
Bird Island offers a private island, Robinson Crusoe experience without the luxury resort experience and prices that usually goes with it. A nature lover’s paradise, the birdlife is spectacular here with large numbers of lesser and brown noddies, fairy terns and waders. You will also see giant tortoises, including Esmeralda, the largest in the world, and the hawksbill turtles that lay their eggs on the shore. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Botswana
The varied habitats of Botswana are ideal for a high diversity of wildlife and bird species with large concentrations of endangered wattled cranes, slaty egrets and lesser jacanas. Take part in a Migration Route or experience a nostalgic camping safari through private nature areas off the beaten path that recreates a sense of a wildlife viewing adventure reminiscent of the times of the early African explorers. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Kenya
The varied habitats of the Great Rift Valley in Kenya are home to a vast species of birds and wildlife including flamingos, storks, cranes, herons and birds of prey. If you’re looking for a lot of action in a small space a birding holiday to the Rift in Kenya is for you. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Zambia
There are a total of 750 species of birds in Zambia found in a range of environments, Visit South Luangwa National Park and the Mutinondo Wilderness for a truly brilliant Zambian bird watching experience and if you go late in the year watch out for the annual migration of the African fruit bat, the largest movement of mammals on earth. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Namibia
Namibia is up there as one of Africa’s best birding destinations with beautiful habitats such as Etosha Pan, a spectacular wildlife park, and the Caprivi Strip rich with birds and other wildlife. Look out for the endemic Dune Lark and the elusive Pel's Fishing Owl for a truly memorable experience. Read more ...




To complete your bird watching holiday, before you go book a trip to a bird sanctuary, park or attraction where you can get up close to birds in their natural habitats and have an experienced local guide point out some of the must-see species. Many bird parks are also involved in conservation programmes so you know your admission fee is being put to good use. Making your own arrangements can often work out cheaper than booking an organised bird watching holiday. Find out more about organising your own tailor-made bird watching holiday.
We have selected a fantastic range of South American destinations that are ideal for a bird watching break. Alternatively, you can search Expedia's full range of holiday destinations to find the perfect bird watching holiday for you:



Bird Watching Holiday In Trinidad And Tobago
For either the novice interested in bird watching or the dedicated ornithologist, this twin island republic is a true birdwatching paradise, a year round destination, where the many birding sites and wildlife sanctuaries are easily accessible. There are few places in the world where so many bird species can be seen in such a small area, many of them unique, very rare, or of particular interest. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Guyana
Explore some of the last relatively unexplored wildernesses on Earth. The variety of pristine habitats, from lowland rainforests and the cool savannas of Surama Mountain to the waterways of the famed Rupununi and Kaieteur, one of the world’s highest waterfalls and home to many species of birds including parakeets, birds of prey and the Guianan cock-of-the-rock. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Chiloe Island
Discover the wonders that Darwin saw on his journey to the south of Chile. Explore this fascinating territory of the Chilean Rainforest to see the same species of flora and fauna described by one of the Fathers of Modern Science. Explore the hidden corners of Chiloe on foot and by water. In Chiloe fishing boats you’ll discover the coast of the island, where you can spot several species of mammals, shorebirds and seabirds, not to mention the Humboldt penguin and the Magellanic penguin. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Ecuador
Ecuador has a bird list of over 1700 species. Visit Yasunì National Park, an important biosphere reserve and the largest tract of tropical rain forest in Ecuador. On forest trails a native guides will be able to point out monkeys, lizards, tortoises, frogs and army ants in addition to an array of birds including toucans, macaws, parrots, manakins and hummingbirds.Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Colombia
Colombia is a land of contrasts and the second most bio-diverse country in the world, after Brazil. This diversity of flora and fauna makes it a paradise for nature lovers and bird watchers. Wherever you are in the country, the birding is sure to astound. More than 1900 species of birds can be found here, 74 of which are endemic, as well as 3500 species of butterflies and 3500 species of orchids. There are an impressive number of National Parks in which to enjoy the landscape and to observe the wildlife. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Argentina
Argentina is a fantastic place not only for bird watching but also to sample some amazing food. The country has many different habitats such as steppes, barren shores and fertile lowlands. Patagonia national parks are a must-see and home to a multitude of birds species including the austral pygmy owl and South America’s largest bird, the flightless Rhea. At Punta Tomba half a million Magellanic penguins gather every year to breed in 200,000 nests. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Peru
In Peru you’ll find a diverse landscape from the snow-covered mountains of the Andes to tropical Amazonian rainforest. In montane cloud forests look out for manakins, thornbills, quetzals, cotingas and umbrellabirds. Take a trip at night in search of nocturnal birds including screech owls, nightjars and the peculiar looking Andean potoo. Peru is also home to one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world, Machu Picchu. Read more ...



European habitats and scenery are rich and varied and against this beautiful back drop you will be able to see a variety of birds and wildlife.

Dalmatian Pelicans
Dalmatian Pelicans in Hungary

In Eastern Europe traditional lifestyles and agriculture survive and it is fast emerging as an important eco-destination. Amongst backwater islands and isolated peasant villages you can observe birds of prey, warblers, swallows, nightingales and woodpeckers while in coastal areas are spoonbills, ibises, herons and ducks.

On a tour in Spain you can see thousands of migratory raptors as they fly to and from Africa including griffons, vultures, kites and eagles. Wetlands are home to storks, herons and flamingos while egrets, larks, sandipers and owls live in the many cotton, maize and sunflower fields.

Take advantage on a European bird watching holiday to immerse yourself in the local culture and sample traditional foods and customs.
To complete your bird watching holiday, before you go book a trip to a bird sanctuary, park or attraction where you can get up close to birds in their natural habitats and have an experienced local guide point out some of the must-see species. Many bird parks are also involved in conservation programmes so you know your admission fee is being put to good use. Making your own arrangements can often work out cheaper than booking an organised bird watching holiday. Find out more about organising your own tailor-made bird watching holiday.
We have selected a fantastic range of European destinations that are ideal for a bird watching break. Alternatively, you can search Expedia's full range of holiday destinations to find the perfect bird watching holiday for you:


Bird Watching Holiday In Russia
Russia’s Far East is one of the more dramatic places on earth to observe the Pacific Ring of Fire which manifests itself at numerous points along the Kuril Islands. Laysan albatross, mottled petrel, fork-tailed storm-petrel, red-faced cormorant, red-legged kittiwake and Aleutian tern are other seabirds are regularly encountered. Those keen on cetaceans should expect to see blue, fin, sperm, humpback and grey whales, orca, Baird’s beaked-whale and Dall’s porpoise. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holidays In France
Plenty of bird watching is available at the Auberge in the adjacent woods and meadows and by the lake and stream. It is also worthwhile to drive to the Marais Poitevin and the Baie d’Aiguillon which are home to different species from those in the immediate vicinity. The blend of brilliant bird watching, plenty of other things to do, exceptional hospitality and a reasonable price make France a great destination for bird watching. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Andalucia
A place where continents, seas and landscapes merge. Natural diversity and one of the most important stopover, breeding and wintering grounds for millions of birds. We will be focused on bird watching, visiting the famous natural areas of Doñana, Ria Formosa and the Odiel Marslands, a paradise for ornithologists from all over the world. The natural landscape of the Odiel, Isla Cristina and Ayamonte marshes will give us the chance to visit tidal marshlands and its fauna. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Mull
The Isle of Mull is a favourite place to go bird watching where magnificent birds choose to overwinter including great Northern divers and Slavonian grebe. See some of Britain’s very best and striking wildlife, including eagles and other raptors, otters and take a boat trip for “up close and personal” views of puffins and seabirds. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Hungary
Situated on the southern slopes of the Bukk National Park in Eastern Hungary, Eger is ideally placed to see Hungary's spectacular bird life. The large and extensive oak, beech and Hornbeam forests are home to eight species of woodpecker and four species of eagle. In addition the more scrubby areas are alive with the song of nightingales. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Bulgaria
Beautiful landscape and fantastic birds – a holiday in Bulgaria takes you to the most amazing places, from the Eastern Rhodope Mountains to the Black Sea Coast, with steppes and wetlands in between. See pelicans, pygmy cormorant, glossy ibis, ruddy shelduck, imperial eagle, long-legged buzzard, levant sparrow hawk and many other species. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Northumberland
A bird watching holiday on the beautiful and wild Northumberland coast will take you in search of seaducks, scarce grebes, divers, shorebirds and geese - spend a day on Holy Island plus a day inland looking for crossbills, red grouse and raptors. You may even get the chance to spot something rare if the winds are right! Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Extremadura
Bird watching in a part of real Spain as it’s been for centuries - a must-see place. Stay in a beautiful, locally owned rural finca hotel with hearty meals using local produce and local wines. Birds seen from in Extremadura include the azure-winged magpie, white stork, red kite, red-rumped swallow, serin, hoopoe, Sardinian warbler, cirl and corn Bunting, woodchat and southern grey shrike and the scops owl. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Sweden
Visit in autumn for migration at its very best: masses of cranes, geese and eiders, bewildering numbers of robins and goldcrests, and a chance of Eastern and Arctic rarities. Stay near the famous bird observatory at Ottenby, which is surrounded by unspoilt countryside where wooden windmills and burial mounds dot the charming open landscape. In the autumn the red and yellow timber houses are decorated with orange pumpkins and the migrating birds are overwhelming. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Greece
Discover the unique birds of the Cyclades Islands such as the Eleonora’s falcon, Audouin’s gull, Mediterranean shag, Cory’s shearwater and yelkouan shearwater while sailing from island to island. You can participate in scientific research while on board sailing yachts contributing to the conservation of those birds. Visit authentic Greek islands that have preserved their local heritage, traditional cuisine and the genuine welcome offered by its people. Read more ...

Bird Watching Holiday In Croatia
Croatia is simply superb for birds and birdwatchers. There are plenty of ‘eastern’ specialties that rarely, if ever, venture into the western regions of the continent; in fact, many species are far more abundant and easier to find in the east, no doubt due to its lack of development compared to the more affluent west. Watch out for pygmy cormorants, little crakes and 12 species of woodpecker. Read more ...



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