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Old Thursday 9th March 2017, 22:23   #1
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Sardinian Birding Tips

Hi everyone,

I will go to Gergei, Sardinia this year in April. It's located right in the middle or bit lower than the middle of Sardinia. So our target species are mainly Corsican Citril Finch and Marmora Warbler. We are also interested in Little Bustard, Rock Sparrow, Barbary Partridge, European Roller, Spectacled Warbler, Moltoni Warbler, Gull-billed Tern, Black-eared Wheatear and Marsh Sandpiper.
First point: We don't know where to go for these species.
Second point: We won't be able to travel long distances.
So does anyone have some information about any of the species mentioned above, mainly Corsican Citril Finch and Marmora's Warbler in the region of Gergei?
Or does someone know birding guides in the region of Gergei?

Thanks in advance,

Samuel
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Old Wednesday 15th March 2017, 18:36   #2
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Try looking at Italy on www.cloudbirders.com

There are several reports on Sardinia such as these that give details of where to see Citril Finch, Marmora's etc


http://www.club300.se/Files/TravelRe...ien%202015.pdf

http://www.club300.se/Files/TravelRe...nia2007_TP.pdf

http://94.209.207.109/Apache/doc/doc00296.pdf
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