Menorca Walking Birds is a local birdwatching and wildlife company in Menorca (Balearic Islands) specialising in birding, flora, wildlife and trekking tours of several days, one day or half day in Menorca or a week in the Balearic Island (Mallorca & Menorca) throughout the year.
Menorca was declared as a natural biosphere reserve in 1993 for its high degree of compatibility between the development of economic activities and the conservation of a heritage that has maintained and continues maintaining today, an exceptional quality. It has a very rich and traditional rural countryside with a remarkable diversity of Mediterranean habitats in which fantastic population of animals and plants live. Menorca Walking Birds offers the opportunity to discover and enjoy this entire natural heritage in the most beautiful and rich spots of the island.
Menorca Walking Birds specialises in Menorca birding trips but also offer a great variety of tours to discover all Menorca wildlife and also arranges special and tailor-made tours adapted to customers’ own interests including species checklist and photography.
Javier Méndez is our local guide of Menorca Walking birds. He was born on the island and started to be interested in wildlife when he was only 7 years old. He is one of the most experienced ornithologists and naturalist on the island. Javier has done lots of studies about Menorca’s bird population and wildlife. He is currently working or coordinating a number of different monitoring projects to study birds, mammals and amphibian population on the island. He has been guiding groups for over 20 years and he has a great knowledge about the island and all its wildlife. Menorca Walking Birds are proud to call him one of our own.
Menorca Walking Birds provide our customers with the best birding, wildlife and trekking experiences on the island, also enjoying all of Menorca’s culture, history, landscape, and local food. We also provide the opportunity to discover in a week Balearic wildlife (Mallorca & Menorca).
Menorca Walking Birds do not have any conservation news at present.
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