Grade

Easy

When going out for birdwatching there is not a predefined route. The species that occur in the Azores archipelago occur in specific habitats, terrestrial and coastal, in a great variety of possible habitats, from the interior of the island to the zones of coast. However, the eastern part of São Miguel is a mandatory spot to be visited, since the bullfinch (Pyrrhula murina), a very rare and endangered bird, can only be observed in this specific area. There are, therefore, numerous possible walks, dependent on the purpose of the species of birds to observe.

Together we will share the taste for birdwatching.

Includes: telescope sharing, binoculars and field guides

Recommendations: comfortable shoes; raincoat; cap / hat and sunscreen.

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Contacts

Bio & Bird Tours
Rua das Pedras nº8
9600-533 Ribeira Grande
São Miguel Açores
info@bioandbird.com
Telemóvel +351 914 027 828
Ribeira Grande
17°
broken clouds
humidity: 93%
wind: 11m/s SSW
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Ponta Delgada
17°
broken clouds
humidity: 100%
wind: 10m/s SSW
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