We inform the visitors of the area that the Nea Agathoupoli Birdwatching Tower will be closed from 12-18 of August. It will open for its visitors again on Saturday 19 of August. We remind dear visitors that the operating hours of the Observation tower operating are: Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00-14:00.
The “Journey to Axios” is an interactive web documentary on the protected area of the Axios river in Macedonia, Greece. It offers the web user a “ticket” for a tour of the beauties of the river, along unknown or even hidden places of its rich ecosystem. This is one of the first web documentaries that […]
Low temperatures don’t affect just people, they also affect animals, so the last few weeks many birds from Northern Europe have looked for a refuge in the Axios Delta Protected Area. As a result, birdwatchers recorded in the beginning of December quite a few unusual birds along the coastal area streching from the Gallikos river […]
The Axios Delta Management Authority participated in the international working meeting that took place in Kerkini, Serres, at the end of November, aiming at the revision of the Action Plan for the Dalmatian pelican. The species is considered threatened in a global level. Thirty scientists and representatives of different organizations from 12 countries participated in […]
Thousands of ducks are arriving these days in the Axios Delta National Park from the Northern countries to overwinter. Many of them will end up in the Nea Agathoupoli wetland, a favourite place for mallards, ferruginus ducks, teals, shelducks, pochards and other duck species.
The two impressive and rare white-tailed sea eagles nesting at the Aliakmonas Delta accompanied us during the celebration of the Eurobirdwatch on the 2nd of October, at the Observation Tower of Nea Agathoupoli. The pair –one of the few of the species nesting in Greece- flew over the wetland in seek of food, offering thus […]
The Axios-Loudias-Aliakmonas Management Authority participated in the British Birdwatching Fair “Birdfair” which took place from19 to 21 of August in Engleton, Rutland. More than 35.000 people visited the Birdfair this year and many approached our stand to receive information concerning the Axios Delta wetland ecosystem. Many of them expressed their interest to organize a trip […]
Nine wooden nests were constructed and placed in appropriate spots in the beginning of spring by the Axios Delta Management Authority to help European rollers and common kestrels breed in the area of the Axios Delta National Park. Both species are currently rarely seen in the Axios Delta National Park, as they face difficulties to […]