Birdwatching

Europe's greatest wetlands, the Danube Delta is the obvious destinatioj for bird-watching travellers to Romania. Almost the entire world'. population of red-breasted geese (up to 70,000) winter here, and in the summer thousands of pygmy cormorants and white pelicans, alone with birds from up to 300 other species can be seen here. Though yo are guaranteed to see some birds on any of the boat excursions you take

SfiSti^'' v ddt? regi°n b°atS biS °r sma11' 'bisTours

(p218 @240-512 787; www.ibistours.net) can organise specialised tours guided by ffiS^C' °tbe,rwise' the '"formation and Ecological Education Centre

240-519 214; www.deltatunsm.ro) can suggest other ways to spot the fly mg beauties. There are also bird-watching excursions in Transylvania's mountains. Aventours (p87; www.discoveromania.ro) in Bra?ov can organise such

The Birding Manual

The Birding Manual

The Birding Manual provides just that with over 700 pages of in-depth descriptions of every North American bird. The Birding Manual takes you from being the casual backyard birdwatcher to becoming an avid birdwatcher. It won't be long and you will be planning trips to bird sanctuaries and other parts of the country, so you and your family can hone your birdwatching skills and The Birding Manual will be one of the first things you will want to take with you.

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