Let’s meet at Global Birdfair

We will be delighted to see you at Global Birdfair, an event where a community of nature lovers and birdwatchers from around the world gather to make a difference to Conserving Nature Worldwide.

Global Birdfair will take place on 14, 15 & 16 July 2023 at Rutland Showground, Oakham, Rutland UK.  LE15 7TW  and you will be able to find us at stand 13 in the Robin Marquee.

We are very much looking forward to see you, reconnect, exchange updates and possibly explore the potential for fresh travel plans and arrangements. It has been a fantastic spring here in southeastern Europe, filled with migrating birds and meadows of beautiful wild flowers with butterflies and dragonflies fluttering around.
The increased demand we are facing did not come as surprise, yet we value your insights regarding our current tours and the feasibility of expanding them to include new destinations and targets.

What comes next
With the autumn migration of birds just about to start in our corner of Europe, our calendar of birding, wildlife and photography tours has a lot to offer in the next few months. Our autumn migration tours focus on the spectacular annual migration of thousand of birds of prey, pelicans, storks and passerines along the Black Sea coastal flyway known as the Via Pontica – one of the major bird migration routes in Europe.

On the other hand,the autumn migration of waders is also a fascinating experience and all birders who enjoy observing waders appreciate the richness of the well-preserved coastal lagoons of northern Greece. The numbers of Little Stints and Curlew Sandpipers there is amazing and looking for rarities among them is a tough, but very delightful birding practice.

The earliest possibility to join one of our bird migration tours is 27 August  – 3 September, Wader Migration Tour in Northern Greece, or our scheduled Autumn Migration Tour, 23 September – 1 October 2023, on which we still have a few available places.

Late autumn (October – November) providesgreat opportunities to see all the nine resident species of woodpeckers occurring in Europe, plus some elusive species of owls and grouse, staying high in the wish-list of many birders. You can either join one of our scheduled Woodpeckers, Owls and Grouse tours or ask for other dates.

As the botany, butterfly, and dragonfly tour season is coming to a close, very soon we will be able to provide you with our provisional dates for next year’s scheduled tours.
To see the full menu of our tours or to inquire for different dates for your travel party, please please visit our website regularly and please remember that we can always design a special tour for you!