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Red-breasted Goose
European geese Brantus ruficollis has an extremely small and rapidly dwindling population. Currently, this species is endangered. In northern Siberia on the Taomyr peninsula, the Red-breasted Geese raise their young and migrate to southern Europe for the winter (Eastern Romania at the edge of the Black Sea).
Bearded Tit
Bird of large reed beds with extended tail Given its habitat and behavior, no other species bears a striking resemblance to this one. Males have a blue-gray head and thick black mustaches, while females are cinnamon-brown with a long tail and yellow bill. The birds are hard to spot, although they can be found feeding on the edges of reedbeds or on the muddy ground next to them.
Black Stork
During the breeding season, they can be found all over the Palearctic, from Portugal to China. Long-distance migratory species, with European and Asian populations wintering in tropical Sub-Saharan Africa and the Indian subcontinent, respectively.
Black-headed Bunting
Black-headed buntings (Emberiza melanocephala) are buntings. It breeds from south-east Europe to Iran and migrates to India and south-east Asia in winter. Like others in its family, it lives on open grasslands where it hunts grain and seed in flocks. Males have yellow underparts, chestnut backs, and black heads.
Calndra Lark
The calandra lark, also called the European calandra-lark (Melanocorypha calandra), breeds in warm, temperate countries around the Mediterranean, as well as in northern Iran, southern Russia, and Turkey to the east. The bimaculated lark, a close relative, takes its place in the east.
Egyptian Vulture
The Egyptian vulture, or Neophron percnopterus, is a small Old World vulture that is also known as the white scavenger vulture or pharaoh's chicken. It is the only member of the genus Neophron. From the Iberian Peninsula and North Africa to India, it is found in many places. The pattern on its underwings and wedge-shaped tail make it stand out when it flies. During the warmer parts of the day, it soars on thermals.
The most common species of the genus Upupa is the Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops). It is a unique cinnamon-colored bird with black and white wings, a tall erectile crest, a wide white band across a black tail, and a long, thin bill that curves down. It makes a quiet "oop-oop-oop" sound. It comes from Europe, Asia, and the north of Africa. In the northern part of its range, it moves around. It spends most of its time looking for grubs and bugs on the ground.
Rock Sparrow
The rock sparrow, also called the rock petronia (Petronia petronia), is a small bird in the family of sparrows called Passeridae. The genus Petronia has only one member. It lives on barren, rocky hills in the Iberian peninsula, western North Africa, southern Europe, Palearctic Siberia, north and central China, and parts of the Middle East. It lives mostly in the west of its range, but Asian birds migrate to more southern areas or move down the mountains.
Rock Thrush
The common rock thrush, or Monticola saxatilis, is a bird in the family Muscicapidae. It is also called the rufous-tailed rock thrush or just "rock thrush." It used to be part of the Turdidae family. Latin is where the name comes from. Monticola comes from the words mons, montis, which mean "mountain," and colere, which means "to live." Saxatilis comes from the word saxum, which means "stone."
Balkan Wagtail
The western yellow wagtail (Motacilla flava) is a small passerine bird in the same family as the pipits and longclaws, the Motacillidae. This species lives in temperate parts of Europe and Asia, where it breeds. It lives in the warmer parts of its range, like western Europe, but people from the north and east move to Africa and south Asia.

Nature conservation is our second field of activity. The internationally prestigious company Swarovski Optik has been our sponsor in supporting the conservation of the Dalmatian Pelican breeding colony in Bulgaria.

Branta-Tours is also involved in another significant project, the first successful satellite tracking of Red-breasted Geese.

Branta Birding Lodge & Conservation Centre, overlooking Durankulak Lake and the Black Sea, is located just three miles from the Romanian border and ideally situated for visiting many top birding locations and important sites of archaeological interest.

It is a two-storey building constructed in a traditional Bulgarian architectural style. It provides five double/twin en suite rooms, three single en suite rooms, two en suite apartments with two double/twin rooms each, a refreshment room (bar) and a kitchen. All rooms are equipped with double glazed mosquito-screened windows, air-conditioning, central heating, mini bar and TV.

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