Birdwatching trips in lake Der area

Escursia-Birder birdwatching trip to South Africa and Lesotho in September
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Wonderful landscapes, a great variety of  habitats (savanna, mountain, tropical and dune forests, meadows, marshes and lakes…), more than 300 species of birds expected, large african mammals including Rhinos, Hippos, Elephants, Giraffes… ESCURSIA and BIRDER offer you an exclusive and … Read More

Looking for an accommodation?
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It may sometimes be difficult to find an accommodation or a restaurant near lake Der: Here are some addresses: La Maison de Marie, 11 Rue de la Motte 52220 Droyes (Les Rives dervoises), http://www.la-maison-de-marie.com La Ferme sympa, 6 Rue de la … Read More

Lake Der in July-August
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In most birdwatchers’ mind, lake Der is associated with huge flocks of Common Cranes leaving lake Der early in the morning in October and inNovember or with Bewick’s and mute Swans or a White-tailed Eagle in winter. But lake Der … Read More

Birding in October
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In October, the level of lake Der is still going down at the rate of a few centimeters every day, uncovering vast mudflats and small islands which host thousands of waders and ducks who stop there for a few days … Read More

Birding in September
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In September, the level of Lake Der is going down at the rate of 6 cm every day uncovering vast areas of mudflats and small islands which attract thousands of waders and ducks. You can reasonably hope to see up … Read More

Rates
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 RATES :   These rates include transportation in my minivan (1 to 8 passengers), please contact me for larger groups.       PRICE PER PERSON (EUROS)   Number of participants Short trip (2 hours) Half day Whole day Per day … Read More

A birding calendar
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  When is it best to come ? The answer is : It depends on what you wish to see If you want to see thousands of Common Cranes leaving the lake in the morning or coming back in the … Read More

Discover the nature. With Birder of course.