Black Sea and Danube Birding: Exploring the Wild Side of Romania
September 9-20, 2016
Still relatively little-known, the western shores of the Black Sea is one of Europe's major migration areas. Farmland along the Black Sea coast feeds an excellent array of birds on their way from and to their breeding areas in Northern Europe and also a diversity of birds that breed in the area. In addition, the wonderful Danube Delta with it’s extensive reed beds, channels and lakes is one of the little known birding areas with ever changing conditions known only by the locals harbors wetland birds, and a huge variety of passerines, and birds of prey. The diversity of wildlife in this region is incredible with a host of different mammals, reptiles, amphibians and butterfly species.