Finding Birds in Morocco: coast and mountains (DVD)
This DVD takes you to the 'other Morocco', away from the traditional desert areas, in search of many species that are endemic to this part of North Africa.
Covers all the best birding locations along the Atlantic coast from Larache in the north to Oued Massa in the south and inland to the High Atlas and Middle Atlas mountains.
Sit back and enjoy footage of most of North Africa's endemic birds, including Tristram's Warbler, Atlas Flycatcher, Levaillant's Woodpecker and Seebohm's Wheatear as well as many other species with highly restricted distributions such as Bald Ibis, Marsh Owl, Red-knobbed Coot, Marbled Duck, Western Reef Egret and Black-crowned Tchagra, all filmed using high-definition digital video cameras.
The best information – find out more about the sites and their birds, including what to listen for, to help you find species such as Tristram's Warbler and Atlas Flycatcher.
This film shows exactly what it's like to visit Morocco in spring when breeding birds are on their territories and thousands of waders are passing along the Moroccan coast. You'll see footage of the most exciting species, you'll get an idea of what each of the sites is like and you'll learn more about the area and its birds. 60 min.
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