Archive for March, 2014
First day of ringing today! Still not a lot of birds around but that could be due to the wind. In total we got around 20 birds belonging to 10 species. The first bird to be extracted from the nets was a European Nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus, Γιδοβύζι) while the most abundant was the Common Nightingale […]
Winds were strong and no ringing took place. We are all anxious for tomorrow!!!
A new birding guide which includes 33 of the most interesting birdwatching sites, covering all aspects of the exceptional habitat diversity found in the Greece, have just been published. Priority has been given to sites that hold populations of Mediterranean or rare and endangered species. Each site comes with a detailed text and map with birding hotspots. […]
We arrived at the island early this morning! Even though today it was little bit windy we could spot quite a nice variety of birds (More details on that from tomorrow) The nets have been set and we are ready for yet another exiting spring migration season! Stay tuned for daily updates from our constant […]