Aragats Birdwatching Excursion

Aragats is the highest mountain of Armenia, it holds four peaks, the highest of which has an altitude 4090 m. The mountain holds variety of habitats: semi-desert on the bottom through mountain steppe and deciduous forest at the middle and sub-alpine belt on the high elevation. The Southern slope of the mountain is cut by deep canyon with high cliffs on both sides.  
per person
May-July
1 day
up to 15 people

Armash Birdwatching Excursion

In Armash we will have an opportunity to see Pygmy Cormorant, Little Bittern, Purple and Squacco Herons, Black-crowned Night-heron, and Spoonbill
per person
May-July
1 day
up to 15 people

Birds of Prey of Armenia

Armenia hosts wide diversity of habitats: semi-deserts, steppes, forests, sub-alpine meadows, wetlands, etc. Being a mountainous country with rigorous terrain, Armenia is full of rocks, cliffs, gorges, and canyons.
per person
April – October
8 days
up to 15 people

“Birds of Armenia”

Armenia, despite on the small size includes wide variety of habitats from dry semi-deserts to alpine meadows, which are inhabited by different species of birds. In the semi-deserts, you can find such species as: Fisch's Wheatear, Upcher's Warbler, in the forest areas the shelter is founded by Semi-collared Flycatcher, Medium Spotted Woodpecker, in wetlands: White-tailed Plover, White-headed Duck, in the mountain steppes the inhabitants are: Radde's Accentor and Siberian Stonechat, while the alpine zone attracts Caspian Snowcock and Alpine Accentor,
per person
April, 30 – May 10, 2016
11 days
up to 15 people

Spring Birdwatching tour

Armenian Bird Census Council & Ecotour Travel Agency are inviting birdwatchers to visit our contrasting country and to record about 150 bird species, including such specialties as Caspian Snowcock, Alpine Accentor, White-winged Snowfinch, Radde’s Accentor, White-throated Robinwide, Persian Wheatear, White-tailed Lapwing and number of others.
per person
May, 12 – May 19, 2016
7 days
up to 15 people