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Georgia is located between two mountain ranges – Great and Lesser Caucasus. This location forms the best natural conditions for animals and birds. That’s why it’s possible to see more than 350 kinds of birds here.
This tour takes you to two interesting regions for bird watching – Kazbegi and Javakheti. Kazbegi is located in Great Caucasus – the highest range of the Caucasus Mountains formed about 5 million years ago. In high mountains and alpine meadows you may see the following unique birds: Caucasian Grouse, Caucasian Snow cock, Lammergeyer, Peregrine.
Javakheti is south-west of Georgia, where there’re mountains of volcanic origin. Great number of lakes in this area attracts rare species of water-birds – ducks, sea-gulls, storks, pelicans etc.
The best time to travel is from middle of April till middle of June.

Bird-Watching Tour

Day 1: Depart for Tbilisi
Day 2-4: Tbilisi – Kazbegi
The following 3 days we’ll observe many kinds of birds in areas of Kazbegi in the mountains of the Great Caucasus. Among water-birds there will be: White-winged Black and Gull-billed Terns. We’ll also see: Green Warbler and Red-breasted Flycatcher, Twite, Shore Lark of the Penicillata race and White-winged Snow Finch. As for birds of prey we’ll see: Griffon Vulture, Peregrine and possibly Lammergeyer.
In the surroundings of Gergeti Trinity church we’ll observe: Caucasian Black Grouse, Mountain Chiffchaff and Green Warbler, lots of bird of passage, among them Bee-eater, Red-backed und Lesser Grey Shrikes, Red-throated Pipit, Yellow Wagtail and Ortolan Bunting.
Day 5-7: Kazbegi – Akhaltsikhe
We’ll drive to Akhaltsikhe and during 3 days observe the birds of Javakheti Plateau: Velvet Scoter, Ferruginous Duck, Griffon, Egyptian and Bearded Vultures, Golden Eagle, Short-toed Snake Eagle, Long-legged Buzzard, Chukar, Black-eared Wheatear, Blue Rock Thrush, Orphean Warbler, Lesser Whitethroat, Rock Nuthatch, Lesser Grey Shrike, Rose-coloured Starling, Rock Sparrow, Black-headed and Ortolan Buntings, European Bee-eater, Hoopoe.
Day 8: Akhaltsikhe – Tbilisi
In the morning we drive to Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park and you can see: Boreal, Long-eared, Scops, Tawny and Eagle Owls, Greater Spotted, Lesser-spotted, Middle Spotted, White-backed, Green and Black Woodpeckers, Goshawk, Peregrine Falcon, Common Crossbill, Wood-pigeon, Stock Dove, White-throated Dipper, Wren, Black-headed Nuthatch, Goldcrest, Various warblers and Songbird.
Later we drive to Tbilisi.
Day 9: Departure