The breathtaking landscapes, the rare and endemic species and the unique culture make any trip to Georgia a life-changing experience.

Experience the Caucasian Birds with ECOTOURS GEORGIA!

Spring-Summer 2013

Ecotours Georgia offers weeklong trips to enjoy the “Big Five” Caucasian birds: Caucasian Snowcock, Caucasian Black Grouse, Great Rosefinch, Güldenstädt’s Redstart and Caucasian Chiffchaff

During our trips you may also observe other regional specialties including: Twite (interior Asian form - a potential split), Red-fronted Serin, Wallcreeper, Citrine Wagtail, White-winged Snowfinch, Red-billed and Alpine Choughs, Chukar, Horned Lark, Water Pipit, Greenish Warbler, Barred Warbler, Alpine Accentor, Common Rosefinch and dozens of other species. Common raptors include: Bearded Vulture, Griffon Vulture, Golden Eagle, Imperial Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, Long-legged Buzzard, and Levant Sparrowhawk.

Our guides have great experience and knowledge of local birds and habitats to ensure your satisfaction with our tours.

Our weeklong trips will be held in the scenic mountain-region of Kazbegi (Stepantsminda), as well as the arid and steppe-like regions of southern Georgia, and western subtropical regions along the Black Sea coast.

Kazbegi features the beautiful peak of Mkinvartsveri (Kazbegi) where the landscape varies from high glacial mountain peaks to deep gorges and canyons cut by glacial waters, banked with sub-alpine vegetation.

As we drive through the high mountain peaks, communities of alpine Snowdrops are sprinkled in the meadows while Red-billed and Alpine Choughs call overhead. Local people herd their sheep and cattle along the mountain road: a spring of natural mineral water greets travelers alongside bright red sulfur flats that border a section of the alpine pass.