Trip reference number: 20426
Trip Operator: Wildlife Worldwide
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The Dordogne and Vézère Valleys in south-west France have been called ‘an exotic England, steeped in prehistory’, and in late February/early March the region plays host to an exciting variety of birdlife.
Early spring is an excellent time for birding in Dordogne – late wintering species are still present, while early migrants are arriving. Leafless trees mean the birds are easy to see and the weather can be very comfortable. We search for coastal and wetland birds as well as early passerine migrants in addition to many resident birds. And, on the right cliffs and chateaux, wallcreepers are fairly easy to find. Woodpeckers and raptors, plus farmland and riverine species add further interest.
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