On 23d of April, BirdLife International published an article by Margaret Sessa. Please see the article here (press on the arrow) To read more about how these changes could be enacted as well as how birds are doing globally, read the complete State of the World’s Birds 2018 report click
Article was published in Geographical magazine by Chris Fitch, March 2017 (www.geographical.co.uk) Brief description: Twice a year, for up to eight weeks at a time, the skies above western Georgia darken, as thousands upon thousands of birds of prey fill the air. With up to 100,000 flying overhead daily, over a million birds will pass
Article by Anna Sandor, Johannes Jansen &Wouter M Vansteelant Brief Summary: Every autumn in Georgia, more than one million birds of prey migrate through the Batumi raptor-migration bottleneck, between the east coast of the Black sea and the foothills of the Lesser Caucasus. In cloudy and, especially, rainy weather, raptors fly low and become easy
Authors: Darchiashvili G., Gavashelishvili L., Javakhishvili Z. 2005, Georgian Center for the Conservation of Wildlife, GCCW and Buneba Print Publishing Design, Layout and Printing: Kakha Bakhtadze, Buneba Print Publishing Brief description of the book: The Borjomi-Kharagauli National park is located in central Georgia and is situated on the northern and southern part slopes of
In spring 2018, SABUKO (Society for Nature Conservation) carried out monitoring birds of the Chorokhi river delta (Ajara, Georgia), South of the city of Batumi. Monitoring was carried out by Zurab Gurgenidze and Dachi Shoshitashvili, who are currently employed by SABUKO. Monitoring was carried out from 2nd of April till 12th of April of 2018.
We will be happy to share report by Rinse van der Vliet of Birds in the Chorokhi delta in spring 2015. This report could not have been possible without the help of other people. Thanks to Frank de Miranda and Martin Lok (both AKN) for the invitation. Many thanks to Frank, Martin