N greece - the best birding sites

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Evros delta - one of the best birding deltas in Europe, including the fabulous Anthia marshes

Avas gorge and railway station - including exactly where to find Masked Shrike and Olive-tree Warbler

Dadia forest - one of the best areas for raptors in Europe

Thimaria marsh - a beautiful little wetland for herons and waders

Lake Ismarida - an exceptional wetland site with Lesser kestrels and White-tailed Eagles breeding in the area

Porto Lagos - a town surrounded by various wetlands and other habitats perfect for migrants

Mandria Beach marsh - superb for herons, waders and terns

Nestos delta - including exactly where to find the famous Spur-winged Plovers, the best areas for passage waders and how to observe the raptors over the riverine forest

Nestos gorge - a site for the birds of rocky habitats

Mount Pangeo - a mountain area with Semi-collared Flycatcher on the slopes and Rock Thrush near the summit where Alpine Accentor and Shore Lark are also possible

Mount Vrontou - including exactly where to look for Rock Partridge and Nutcracker

Lake Kerkini - surely one of the best birding sites in Europe. Get the DVD to see how fantastic it is.

Mount Belles - including exactly where to look for species such as Eastern Subalpine Warbler, Eastern Orphean Warbler, Rock Partridge and White-backed Woodpecker

Kalohori lagoon - an exceptional site for waterbirds, especially waders, close to Thessaloniki

Axios, Loudios and Gallikos deltas - how to find the best birding sites in these areas

Kitros lagoon - famous for its flamingoes and Mediterranean Gulls

Angelohori lagoon - can be fantastic for waterbirds including regular Slender-billed Gulls

Epanomi lagoon - a little-known wetland near Thessaloniki

The following sites are all included in my book Finding Birds in Northern Greece and many are also covered in my DVD of the same title.

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Click here for a trailer of the DVD series.

Click on any of the sites below to find photos and further hints. If you have further information to add to these pages, please email me at dave@easybirder.co.uk