Since we have unfortunately experienced far less reservations and bookings of counters for the autumn count at Besh Barmag than previously expected, we had to reorganise and recalculate our plans to keep the count running and the daily fees at a moderate rate. This is a very tough decision for us, but we want to… Continue reading UPDATE: Call for Counters: Besh Barmag Bird Migration Count 2022
UPDATE: Please check the updated call considering the daily fees and conditions: https://birdingazerbaijan.org/2022/07/21/update-call-for-counters-besh-barmag-bird-migration-count-2022/ We are happy to announce another bird migration counting season at Besh Barmag bottleneck for autumn 2022. After the very successful full season in 2018 a planned new highway crossed our plans for autumn 2019 and in 2020 and 2021 a global… Continue reading Call for Counters: Besh Barmag Bird Migration Count 2022
Date: 16.-28.05.2022 Target species: Caucasian and Caspian Snowcock, Caucasian Black Grouse, Mountain Chiffchaff, Güldenstadt’s Redstart, Caucasian Twite, Great Rosefinch, Shikra, Great Spotted Woodpecker (ssp. poelzami), Caspian Tit, White-tailed Lapwing, Menetries’s Warbler, Green Warbler, Semi-collared Flycatcher, Red-fronted Serin, Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, Lanner Falcon, See-see Partridge, White-thorated Robin, Upcher’s Warbler, Persian Wheatear, Radde’s Accentor, Eastern Rock Nuthatch, Desert… Continue reading Joint trip with Branta Tours May 2022 (11 days)
Check out another podcast about birdwatching tourism in Azerbaijan by Elizabeth Linder and Kai Gauger! https://podcast.azerbaijan.travel/episodes/the-art-of-bird-tourism-in-azerbaijan
Photos © Zülfü Fərəcli On 6 September 2021 Zülfü Fərəcli found Azerbaijan’s second Black-winged Kite at Besh Barmag. Congratulations!
Since 5 August 2021 Azerbaijan has re-opened the country for tourism and welcomes guests from various countries! The latest Covid-19 travel information can be obtained from the Azerbaijan Tourism Board website: https://azerbaijan.travel/covid-19-en If you are looking for an exciting birding destination this autumn, such as the fabulous bird migration at Besh Barmag, huge wetlands, the… Continue reading Azerbaijan has re-opened for tourists
Check out the ‘Birdwatching in Azerbaijan’ episode of the Azerbaijan Tourism Board podcast series! This episode will give you a brief overview of birdwatching tourism in Azerbaijan. Much more interesting episodes are listed below:
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