Finding Birds in Eastern Poland DVD
Travel with Dave Gosney to the fabulous Biebrza marshes, the forests of Bialowieza and the impressive Tatra mountains in search of eagles, owls, woodpeckers, flycatchers and warblers including the rapidly declining Aquatic Warbler.
Learn about the sites - see what it's like to go birding in 18 sites and get an idea of what birds you might see and how close you could get to them.
Enjoy the birds - sit back and enjoy footage of over 70 species, including Aquatic, River, Marsh, Barred, Wood and Icterine Warblers, Red-breasted and Collared Flycatchers, 8 species of woodpecker (including Three-toed and White-backed), White-tailed, Lesser Spotted and, probably, Greater Spotted Eagles, Pygmy Owl, Alpine Accentor, Montagu's Harrier, Corncrake and many more.
Helpful tips - find out more about the sites and their birds, including tips on how to find the more difficult species. It would be really helpful to watch this DVD before going to Poland so you know what to listen for to find birds such as Aquatic Warbler, White-backed Woodpecker, Red-breasted Flycatcher, Bluethroat and Icterine Warbler which would otherwise be easily missed.
There is an accompanying booklet by the same name Finding Birds in Eastern Poland.
Together the DVD and booklet make the complete guide and are available as a set at a Special Price - Finding Birds in Eastern Poland (SET). 77 min.
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