You can choose to drive your own adventure, on a Self-Guided basis, or opt for a Guided tour. Either way, we'll make sure you have an unforgettable experience, with no time consuming search for places to stay, no research on the best birding sites - our tours are complete and most of all perfectly thought through and organised! Our aim is to take bird lovers and birding enthusiasts on outings to see as many birds as possible on a day tour or half-day tour. You'll be accompanied by a professional guide that will drive you to the best spots and give you full attention. It is not necessary to be an experienced birder - all you need is enthusiasm!

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That amount increases a few notches every year. Such biodiversity within the European context is explained by several factors. And finally, the Algarve lacks a true industrial sector it has a service-based economy devoted to tourism , and therefore it has very little, if any, industrial infrastructure or pollution. Add to all that its main agricultural practices — mostly family-based, organic and traditional — and the Algarve ends up with a very favourable environment for many bird species and for their respective birders.

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Birdwatching in the Algarve

Highly experienced bird guiding throughout the year. The Algarve is well known for its many wetlands but also holds rich woodlands and other inland habitats. Additionally, the nature rich Sagres peninsular and the fabulous steppic habitats of the Baixo Alentejo are within easy reach, bringing some of the best birding in the Iberian Peninsula. We can bring you in close contact with all the birdlife of this region — as well as its unique habitats and other wildlife. Using personally acquired and detailed local knowledge our guided tours focus on revealing the more difficult species apart from the well known. European Bee-eater Merops apiaster is a common bird here and found almost everwhere throughout southern Portugal.

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Watching along the Algarve coast is focused on the Ria Formosa Reserve and the salt pans of Castro Marim, bordering the Guadiana River, which marks the border with Spain. While the West is now over overrun with tourists much of the Eastern Algarve remains off the beaten track. There are species to spot, including storks, avocets, sand pipers, mallards and the ever popular flamingos. Because the reserve is a permanent home. The Ria FormosaNow a UN recognised nature reserve stretching from west of Faro to the Ilha de Tavira in the east, is important for numerous water-birds, especially beach-nesting Charadrius alexandrinus and Sterna albifrons and for wintering waders and duck.

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