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Bulgaria: Information about the areas.

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We will start in Plovdiv and drive south to the mountains around Trigrad. In the evening we will drive eastwards to our accomodation. Next day we continue to the Rhodope mountains. After two nights here, we go to Bourgas where we will stay three nights. Thereafter we continue northwards along the Black Sea coast to the areas close to the Romanian border. Also here we will stay three nights. That means we will have 10 days (9 nights) in Bulgaria. We will visit many areas between and around the places where we overnight. Below you will find more information about each of the areas and some examples of birds we might find, but you have to join us to get all the details.

 
Trigrad - Rhodopes mountains
A lovely landscape with peaks and cliffs, rivers and some farmland. Most of it is sparsely vegetated. Griffon Vulture, Black Vulture, Egyptian Vulture and Black Stork are often seen, and perhaps also Eastern Imperial Eagle on our way to Bourgas. We probably also will see Wallcreeper, Western Rock Nuthatch, Blue Rock Trush,  Lesser Grey Shrike, Masked Shrike, Long-legged Buzzard, Hobby, Golden Oriole, Blackthroated Wheatear, Isabelline Wheatear, Sombre Tit, Black-headed Bunting, Subalpine warbler, Olive-tree Warbler and many others. 
 
Bourgas
Bourgas is close to the Black Sea, and the landscape is quite flat with several lakes and saltpans that we shall visit. This area is characterized as one of the richest bird areas in Europe. White Pelican, Pygmy Cormorant and Ruddy Shelduck are found among many other ducks and waders. We also expect to find Roller, Semi-collared flycatcher and many other species.
 
North-East
Here we will find farmland, lakes and steppe areas, with a diverse bird fauna. Among the numerous wetland birds we expect to find Dalmatian Pelican, Little Bittern and Glossy Ibis. Besides we hope to find Levant Sparrowhawk, Red-footed falcon, Caspian Gull, Olivaceous Warbler, Black-eared Wheatear, Pied Wheatear and five larks to mention a few, and Paddyfield warbler would be worth seeing.
 
Look at the list of expected birds to be found to get more detailed information about the avifauna.
 
 
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