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Bird watching in Turkey

Bird watching in Turkey
Due to the weather in Turkey and its location as the halfway house between Middle East or Africa and northern palearctic, it is a famous spot for birdwatching over 300 different species of bird types. The best time to travel to Turkey for bird watching between February and May, however for the southbound migrations, the best time is late September and early October.

Bird watching places and types of birds excepted to see

Aladaglar

Caspian snowcock, crimson-winged finch and accentor (Radde’s and alpine) 

Sultansazligi marshes

Overwintering ducks (because the salty water available in this are does not freeze), waders, breeding Dalmatian and white pelicans.



Eregli marshes (80km southest of Nigde)

Smyrna kingfisher, Black Francolin and Audouin’s gull.

Sertavul Pass

Raptors including flocks of vultures

Durnalik (close to Birecik)

Eastern rock nuthatch, cinereous bunting, red-tailed wheatear and Upcher’s warbler

Birecik

Bruce’s scops owl, pale rock and yellow-throated sparrow, see-see partridge, Menetrie’s warbler, black-bellied and pin-tailed sandgrouse, eagle owls and cream-coloured courser.
 
If you would like to get further information before visiting Turkey, you can contact Turkiye Dogal Hayat Koruma Dernegi ( Turkey Natural Life Protection Agency) from 0212 528 2030. 

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Turkish Food Recipes

Cabbage Rolls with Beef - Red Meat Courses

Main Course

Red Lentil Balls - Legume Mezes

Cold Meze

Coconut Cookies - Cakes & Cookies

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