Birdwatching as the top activity in the sustainable tourism and ecotourism world
It is said that our country owes part of its character to its location as a bridge between continents. It may not be so clear to humans, but most European birds reserve their vacations here when the cold takes over northern Europe. And, according to experts, our land is one of the best places in the European Union for lovers of ornithology.
Bird watching is an activity for the whole family, which requires little preparation and eager to learn everything that nature can teach us. The activity of birdwatching (or birding) is one of the most popular options for followers of sustainable tourism. You only need binoculars and pay attention to the life that develops around you. Bird watching routes take place in natural locations where the landscape plays a crucial role as a habitat for the different birds of our territory. The guides will give you the best tips and tricks to identify and distinguish the most common and also the most exotic species. If you are attentive, you will also be an expert ornithologist when the day ends.
Birdwatching as the first option for the ecotourist
The location of the largest reserves and bird observatories will allow you to immerse yourself in the nature of our land, and learn not only about birds but also about the local flora, as well as their populations and their culture, very often related to the species that you will find in your visit. Like you, it is likely that many other winged fauna lovers will accompany you in the experience, which will allow you to further enrich your knowledge about these fascinating animals. Once in the viewpoints and observation points, you will be able to see first-hand the different native species, their habits and behaviors, which run outside the human eye. If you are a photography enthusiast, you can capture spectacular scenes of the wild life or, if you want to make your visit even more complete, you can create your own field diary and try to draw the different species and their most characteristic features.
If you are one of those who think that ornithological tourism is not very dynamic, you will be surprised by the variety of interactive activities that exist, both for children and adults, related to bird watching. Many of these guides also offer workshops and fun proposals to make your experience unrepeatable.
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