Lakeland haven located in central France and a superb birding location at all times. Too many birds to list, Black-necked Grebe, Short-toed eagle, Little bittern, Common crane,Tawny pipit..........
|le Golfe du Morbihan|
le Golfe du Morbihan is a vast itertidal bay lying on Brittany's southern coast.Brief summary, suggested reading and further links.
Covering around 25 000 hectares,Fontainebleau forest is one of the largest forests in France and lies 50 km south of Paris.
The most important wintering site for Common Crane (Grus grus) in France.Forêt d'Orient has breeding woodpeckers, Black kite and plenty of year round bird interest.
|The Vultures of Rémuzat |
Ian Thompson takes us to Southern France to witness the amazing spectacle of Vultures at Rémuzat .
|Etang de Canet|
Coastal lagoon lying between Perpignan and the Mediterranean.Many of the birds that frequent the Camargue and only 30 miles from the Pyrenees......
|Reserve Naturelle du mas Larrieu|
Coastal reserve situated between St-Cyprien and Argeles-sur-Mer. European bee-eater, red-footed falcon, golden oriole, cettis warbler, nightingale, egrets, waterfowl, and cirl bunting.....
Don't rule out 'Petite Camargue' (pictured) there are superb birding areas off the beaten track.
Located 5 km southwest of St-Martin-de-Crau.Pin-tailed Sandgrouse,Little bustard, Stone curlew, Ortolan Bunting, Crested Lark,Red-backed and a Southern Grey Shrike, European roller, Calandra Lark....
Vultures,Lammergeier,alpine accentor,snow finch and the star of the show...wallcreeper.Brief summary and essential further reading....