Commanders - birding wonderland
Little paradise on the edge of the earth
Kamchatka peninsula and Commander islands, situated north-east of it in the Pacific will amaze by its beauty and variety even the most experienced traveller. Majestic volcanoos, endless tundra and surprising diversity of flora and fauna won't leave anyone indifferent. Along with its nature diversity there is a great history track to see on the islands, rich indigenous culture of Aleuts to get aquainted with and fantastic local people surviving on the real edge of the earth to meet.
Far East from above
Exclusive birding expedition for all rarities od the region
From the North Korea border, along the great Amur river through manchurian jungles to the Japan sea and Sakhalin island we will look for the most rare species of the area. Among our target species are: Pleske’s Grasshopper-warbler, Black-faced Spoonbill, Brown Dipper, Falcated Duck, Scaly-sided Merganser, Siberian Grouse, Siberian Rubythroat, Steller’s Sea Eagle, Swan Goose, Black-billed Capercaillie, and many others. The chances to watch the birds are ensured by highly professional local ornithologists. Join-in group starts annually in the end of May, tailor made tours may run during the whole season from April to October.
Birds of Arctic - Lena Delta
Fragile nature of the Russian Arctic
In the heart of Siberia, on it's very northern edge there is a fragile tundra world located on the islands in the great siberian river Lena delta. The spring and summer come here very late and just for a short period just enough for the tundra birds to hatch out their young. Each year in early summer many thousands of geese, ducks, swans, different pipers, gulls and terns concentrate at the nesting sites. You have a unique opportunity to be invited to this life's birthday, don't miss it!