Explore the Feeling
Get to know more than 100 bird species from one single point near Sagres.
Ideally you should ask for this program between September and October, when the highest concentration of birds occurs in the region.
1. Birdwatching activity in Portugal’s main gliding bird migratory corridor, including dozens of raptor, stork and vulture species;
2. Chance to closely observe and from one single place several species of prey, some rare or uncommon in the Algarve;
3. Meet some unusual species in the Algarve, exclusive to the Southwest Coast, such as Red-Billed Chough or Little Bustards
- What's included
- Level of difficulty (physical requirement)
- no associated exercise
- < 1 Day
- Group Size:
Min. 2 pax
Max. 8 pax
- PET FRIENDLY:
- BIKE FRIENDLY:
A journey to the wild side of the Sagres Peninsula, where every year thousands of birds fly by during their migrations.
A guide tour to specific places in this region, to observe some emblematic species of the Southwest Alentejo and Vicentine Coast Natural Park, such as the Red-billed Chough, the Little Bustard or the Peregrine Falcon.
During autumn migration, Sagres becomes a paradise for birdwatchers. Thousands of preys, of many species, cross this territory and are easily observed: Curb eagle, Bonelli’s eagle, Short-toed eagle, Black kite, Egyptian vulture, Montagu’s harrier, Hawk or frequent rarities, such as Eleonora’s Falcon and the Imperial Eagle. The Black Stork or Griffon Vulture are also common in these region. The route also allows an encounter with seabirds and numerous passerines (eg, Tawny pipit, Blue Rock Thrush, Spectacled Warbler or the Dartford Warbler).
A meeting with over 100 species in a single day!