North Cyprus bird watching

North Cyprus bird watching

The best time to observe birds in north Cyprus is during the spring and autumn migration when millions of birds pass though North Cyprus. At different times of the year, bird lovers can observe flocks of cranes, coot, grey heron, little grebe, and egret, at the Gönyeli reservoir. In spring it is possible to observe Cattle Egret and Squacco herons at the Famagusta Reservoir. In total, some 362 varieties of birds may be observed in Cyprus. These include 46 native varieties native, 119 varieties that migrate in winter, and 220 varieties that migrate occasionally at different times of the year. There are two native birds varieties in North Cyprus. These are the Cyprus Wheatear and the Cyprus Warbler. It is possible to observe these birds all over the island during spring and summer.

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