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Pectoral Sandpiper at Vourkari Bay, Athens

The Pectoral Sandpiper is a rare vagrant to Greece. So far, there have been fewer than 20 confirmed records of the species. This year, an individual was sighted at Vourkari Bay, a very important wetland, 40 km west of Athens. The bird was very tame and did not seem to bother at the groups…
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Black Storks over Schinias, Athens

3 impressive Black Storks were seen soaring today over Schinias National Park, a trully spectacular sighting. The species rarely seen in Athens, a few sightings at Erythres planes in western Attica.…
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Demoiselle Crane & Terek Sandpiper at Porto Lagos Lagoons

Autumn migration is in it's peak, it terms of waders activity. This year, Porto Lagos area is rich is rare birds, such as this beautiful Demoiselle Crane, as well as Terek Sandpipers, not to mention plenty of Broad-billed Sandpipers. Birdwatching in the big wetlands of Northern Greece, during A…
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Isabelline Shrike@Nafplio Golf

Another vagrant appeared at the very important wetland of Nea Kios, Nafplio Golf, close to the picturesque city of Nafplio in the eastern Peloponnese: An adult Isabelline Shrike! The bird was very tame and it gave us, apart from greath photos, many moments of pleasure. It was very hungry and wou…
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Wallcreeper in Mt Hymettus!

One of birder's favorite species, a Wallcreeper, was seen today by a group of local birders, at Hymmetus Mt, at the trail leading to the Rueppell's Warbler & Cretzschmar's Bunting point. Wallcreepers have been reported again, many years ago, at the same spot, in winter. Hopefully, …
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