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North Montenegro Birding Tour

Montenegro 8 Days
Starting From EUR 1,550 / per person
Starting From EUR 1,550 / per person

South Montenegro Birding Tour

Montenegro 8 Days
Starting From EUR 1,650 / per person
Alpine Accentor
Bird that lives in the alpine regions above the treeline. It is large, stocky, and quiet. Small groups of them are often seen moving slowly around rocks. The dark part of the wing is bordered by light spots that make two wingbars that are easy to see when the bird is flying.
Bee-eater, any of about 25 colorful bird species in the family Meropidea (order Coraciiformes). Bee-eaters live in tropical and subtropical areas of Eurasia, Africa, and Australasia. One species, Merops apiaster, sometimes makes its way to the British Isles (6 to 14 inches).
Black-winged Stilt
Large black-and-white wader with a thin, straight bill and bright pink legs. Lives in wetlands with open, shallow water, often in brackish habitats, in much of Africa and Eurasia. Some populations move from their breeding grounds in the north to warmer areas in the south. Usually lives in noisy groups on bare ground near water.
Blue Rock Thrush
This bird is about the size of a thrush and is often seen on mountain sides, sea cliffs, quarries, ruins, and sometimes even in towns. Males are usually easy to tell apart. Western birds are dark blue all over, but from a distance, they may look all black. Eastern birds are blue on top and orange on the bottom. Females are dark brown on top and have fine bars on the bottom.
The corncrake is a member of the same family as coots, crakes, and rails, but it is different because it lives on dry land and prefers hayfields and dense cover instead of living near water.
Dalmatian Pelican
The pelican is very big and looks unkempt. Overall dirty white, with a ragged, upswept crest and black primary feathers (prominent only in flight). Adult has a bright orange pouch when it's time to breed, but it's yellow when it's not.
Golden Eagle
The golden eagle is a bird of prey that lives in the Northern Hemisphere. Its scientific name is Aquila chrysaetos. It is the type of eagle that lives in the most places. It is in the family Accipitridae, which is made up of all eagles. One of the most well-known birds of prey in the Northern Hemisphere, they canștiinștiin
Squacco Heron
The Squacco Heron is a tawny, buff-brown heron with streaks on its head and back and a black-and-white mane when it is breeding. Adult: During the nonbreeding season, the Squacco Heron's head is finely streaked with black, brown, and grey, making a small crown but no long plumes.
Tengmalm's Owl
The boreal owl, also called Tengmalm's owl (Aegolius funereus), is a small owl in the family Strigidae, which means "true owls." It is called the boreal owl in North America and Tengmalm's owl or, less often, Sir John Richardson's owl in Europe, after the Swedish naturalist Peter Gustaf Tengmalm or Sir John Richardson.
Western Capercaillie
The Western Capercaillie, which is the largest woodland grouse and is usually just called "Capercaillie," is a nervous and shy bird. It is not the same as the Black-billed Capercaillie, a similar bird that lives only in central and eastern Russia.

We offer specially catered, high-quality birding tours, and different types of ecotourism activities in Montenegro and the surrounding countries, led by knowledgeable and experienced guides, passionate nature lovers. We cooperate with local tourism stakeholders, all with the aim to provide you with an authentic experience while supporting the local economy. We believe that environment-friendly tourism can help to improve the life of local communities, as well as raise awareness of the importance of nature conservation.

When planning our tours, we prefer to choose authentic small-scale accommodation that is run by local people, and that reflects the local nature and culture. As nature lovers ourselves, we choose accommodation with a minimum impact on our destination, since we strongly believe that environment-friendly tourism can indeed raise awareness of the importance of nature conservation. In order to add to the experience of birdwatching, we focus on unique types of accommodation which are clean and provide good meals and good beds. We are well aware that authenticity plays a major role when it comes to creating unique, meaningful experiences that our clients desire, and Montenegro has great natural and cultural resources to offer such experiences.

Monticola Ltd. is owned by Center for Protection and Research of Birds (CZIP), BirdLife partner in Montenegro. This means that the entire profits of the company flow into bird and nature conservation. This model enables the development of strong local ecotourism operators and a funding-generating mechanism for BirdLife partners. By taking part in tours we organize, you support environmental conservation activities run by CZIP.


Center for Protection and Research of Birds (CZIP) is an NGO that was founded in 2000 by a group of passionate ornithologists from the Institute for Nature Protection, Natural History Museum, National Parks, and students of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The mission of CZIP is to protect birds and other animal and plant species, their habitats, to monitor the biodiversity of Montenegro, to educate citizens, to popularise and promote scientific research, as well as to cooperate with other organizations involved in nature protection.

Our ultimate goal is to achieve harmony between people and nature as well as development based on the principles of the sustainable use of resources. Over the years we successfully implemented a vast number of environment-related projects, and for that, we received the Green Star in 2013, an award for public engagement and completed projects given by the Environmental Protection Agency, Aarhus Centres of Montenegro, and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe – OSCE. In 2019, CZIP was honored by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) for the affirmation of human rights and civic activism on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the FAST FORWARD Human Rights Film Festival Montenegro, for the protection of the Ulcinj Salina. CZIP is a member of several NGO networks. We are very proud that the Center for Protection and Research of Birds is the BirdLife International partner in Montenegro and a member of IUCN, two global leaders in nature conservation.

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