In May 2017 Batumi Birding is offering a trip to Azerbaijan with the same programme like last year's Avifauna journey. High paced, focus on target species and visiting all major hotspots. Kai Gauger and Brecht Verhelst will be the guides. If you are interested in joining us please have a look at: http://www.batumibirding.com/azerbaijan-undiscovered/node/135 The profit… Continue reading spring trip 2017 offered
Another summary of the camp on BirdLife.org http://www.birdlife.org/europe-and-central-asia/news/bird-camp-besh-2016-%E2%80%93-engaging-young-people-conservation-azerbaijan
Participants of the camp © Harald Ris During 16-19 September the Bird Camp Besh Barmag was arranged at the watchpoint areas of the bottleneck. It was a joint arrangement by Nature Friends Azerbaijan, SOF BirdLife (the Swedish BirdLife partner) and the AOS (Azerbaijan Ornithological Society, the Azeri BirdLife partner). The camp was sponsored by BirdLife… Continue reading Bird Camp Besh Barmag 2016
New bird counting data from Besh Barmag available on Trektellen. http://www.trektellen.nl/count/view/1533/20160911
A post by Tomas Axén Haraldsson on the OSME website. Enjoy reading! http://osme.org/content/azerbaijan-interlude-young-naturalists
A very detailed and excellent report of the bird migration count at Besh Barmag in October 2015 is now online available: Azerbaijan 25-30 October 2015 Enjoy reading!
Text © Tomas Axén Haraldsson Photos © Emil Lundahl . A Swedish birding group monitored the spectacular migration at Besh Barmag for a few days during the week 25-30 October. The group was from the youth committee of Swedish BirdLife on an initiative and leadership by me. We also met up with a local NGO,… Continue reading Autumn migration at Besh Barmag