MORE THAN 740 BIRDS
IN OUR RESERVES
A special feature of our reserves is the new concept of hide photography: not only a mere daily use of a hide, but an entire world developed for photographers, where to find vehicles ad hoc modified (as boat hides or buggy hides), expeditions outside the reserve to enrich even more the portfolio and observations of species and go deeply into the atmosphere of the location; accommodation inside the reserve, to share with a limited number of people and only with people that share the same passion, and specially trained guides to make the experience memorable...And of course an high number of photographic hides to meet every photographer’s requirement (from towers to partially buried hides, from floating hides to the ones at the level of the tree canopy, and much more...).
All our reserves are real nature paradises where every visitor is attended and supported with professionalism and courtesy. Even if nature photography is a very important feature in our work, in all our areas we do also organize high level birdwatching and wildwatching tours. Our reserves offer the opportunity to easily observe rare species or species that are otherwise difficult to find in the Western Paleartic, such as Pallas’s Gull, Paddyfield Warbler, Booted Warbler, Red-necked Nightjar or Black-winged Kite.