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Central ItalyThe Tirrenium coast is a large area including Tuscany and Latium with many opportunities to go birding especially outside the hunting season. From North to South, there are several marsh areas surrounded by Mediterranean macchia which can be attractive for overseas birders. Lago di Massaciuccoli near Pisa is an important stopover place for migrants in spring (March-May) but hunting pressure in Autumn is too high for a very productive birding visit. Close to Migliarino-San Rossore reserve area, the river Serchio`s mouth is a hotspot for migrants (the first Booted Warbler for Italy was seen here in 1999) and for seabirds. Try to spot Yelkouan and Mediterranean Shearwaters from the coast.
Padule di Fucecchio is a natural reserve area between Pistoia and Lucca with an observation tower and is surely worth a visit. European Night-heron, Squacco and Purple Herons and Cattle Egret are breeding in a small heronry, as well as Moustached Warbler (A melanopogon); Savi`s and Cetti`s Warblers. The southern part of Tuscany is called Maremma, one of the few remaining wild areas in Italy, which is also known for the Etruscan necropolis. The area is also noteworthy for birding, with Short-toed Eagle, Lanner, European Roller and Great-spotted Cuckoo and a lot of songbirds. I recommend a visit to the Orbetello lagoon and Monti dell`Uccellina. During migration the Arcipelago toscano is a necessary stopover for several migrants. In April-May almost anything can pass here, especially through Capraia which is an important ringing station for birds from all over the Mediterranean. Other sites of interest in Central Italy : Monti dellaTolfa, PN del Circeo, PN Monti Sibillini, PN d`Abruzzo.
North East ItalyDon`t miss the coastal lagoon area between Venice and Trieste, especially the Riserva Naturale Isola della Cona e foce dell`Isonzo, which offers one of the most impressive birding facility in Italy. From its superb watch tower, you can spot more than 100 species in a day (294 is the whole reserve`s check list); including: Spoonbill, Cattle and Squacco Herons, Greylag Goose, Glossy Ibis, at least 20 species of Waders, and in Nov-Jan, thousands of curlew (and Whimbrel) and flocks of hundreds of over-wintering ducks. In the same area, Marano and Grado lagoons and Caorle lagoon (N Venice lagoon) are also nice spots. A particular mention should be made of the Parco naturale del delta del Po (Po Delta); which is the widest marsh delta area in Italy, and a suitable area for Gull-billed Tern, Mediterranean Gull, Pygmy Cormorant, Black and Whiskered Tern, Ferruginous Duck and of course for migrant ducks and waders. The most well-known areas for birding in the Po delta are Sacca degli Scardovari, Valle Bertuzzi Valle Mandriole, Punta Alberete and Valle Cavanata. Not far from the coast another interesting area is Valle del Mezzano (with a Red-footed Falcon colony) which can be visited along with Valli Santa e Campotto. If you want to visit here I would recommend an overnight stay in the ancient city of Ravenna.
Northern ItalyThe Alps are one of the remaining wildernesses left in the whole of Europe. If you are interested in alpine birds, the Italian side of the Alps can offer the following: Red-billed Chough, Alpine Chough, Rock Partridge, Alpine Accentor, Snow Finch, Treecreeper and of course, Golden Eagle and Lammergeiger. In the Alps it is difficult to recommend a single spot: but Parco nazionale del Gran Paradiso (NW Italy) hosts both Alpine and Red-billed Chough, Parco nazionale dello Stelvio (NE Italy) Lammergeiger as well as Hazel Grouse and Capercaille, and the Dolomites area in Trentino is very good for Black Woodpecker, Pygmy and Tengmalm`s Owls.
SardiniaSardinia is another recommended birding destination; it looks different from Sicily with much wider Mediterranean macchia and oak forests and more salty lagoons that are important sites for endangered species (Purple Swamphen, Greater Flamingo, & Slender-billed Gull). Close to Cagliari, Molentargius & stagni di Quartu are nice spots especially for breeding Greater Flamingos, Gull-billed Tern and Slender-billed Gull. Also the secretive Purple Swamphen is present. The place is difficult to explore, since a reed bed strip hampers the view of Molentargius lake, but Quartu ponds are easy to locate and in open view. San Pietro island hosts one of the best known Eleonora`s Falcon colony, and the island is also good for small passerines such as Marmora`s Warbler. On the W coast, the Stagni di Cabras & Santa Giusta are salt-water ponds and an important area for migrant waders and ducks: not far from here, a Griffon Vulture colony (Bosa) is of particular interest since some pairs regularly breed on the sea cliffs. For those interested in mountain areas, Gennargentu & Parco Nazionale Golfo Orosei are unbelievably wild and remote sites with plenty of inaccessible gorges where, formerly, Griffon and Lammergeiger as well as the Hooded Vulture were breeding. Finally, in the North West is the wonderful Asinara Island, which is now accessible for birding (Shag, Rock Sparrow, and much more - you have to book in advance).
SicilySicily is a wild, fascinating place, and, whilst birding is not easy, it can offer some incredible surprises! Sicily hosts the biggest Lanner population in Europe (100-120 pairs); 15-20 pairs of Bonelli`s Eagle, Egyptian Vulture (a few, and declining); the most important Collared Pratincole colony in Italy (Biviere di Gela); and is the most important raptor-migration hotspot in the Southern Mediterranean. The only records of Amur Falcon in the Western Palaearctic have been reported from the Stretto di Messina, along with 20-30.000 Honey Buzzards, some individual Long-legged and Steppe Buzzards, Pallid Harrier, Siberian Peregrine and the occasionally Barbary Falcon. If you need more information about the anti-poaching camp, please contact us. The Eastern Coast: (Foce del Simeto, Saline di Priolo, Saline di Siracusa, Vendicari, Longarini) is a poorly known area, but really is a vagrant trap for migrants crossing the Western Mediterranean towards the Balkans. Isabelline Wheatear, Isabelline Shrike, Sociable Plover, Caspian Gull, Great black-headed Gull can be seen here (but is, of course, ia matter of luck) in May-June, this part of Sicily is also very scenic! On the opposite side of Sicily, Riserva naturale dello Stagnone e saline di Trapani and near Palermo, the Riserva dello Zingaro are two beautiful areas well worth a visit.
Southern ItalyTwo destinations stand out above all others and are recommended. The first one is the Apulian Murgia, an open dry plateau with the largest colony of Lesser Kestrel in continental Italy, (also good for Black-eared Wheatear, Roller, Tawny Pipit, Calandra Lark, Nightjar and Barn Owl) and on the coast, the poorly known Daunia Risi & Saline di Mafredonia, famous due the over wintering presence of a few Slender-billed Curlews some year ago (- you have to book in advance -).
Number of bird species: 547
A Birdwatchers Guide to Italyby Luciano Ruggieri & Igor Festari Lynx Edicions 2005
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ACENVA - Asociación para la Conservación y Estudio de la Naturaleza de ValladolidWebsite
Tu apoyo es muy importante, para poder llevar a cabo, cada vez más proyectos de conservación de la naturaleza en Valladolid…
CISO - Centro Italiano Studi OrnitologiciWebsite
The Centro Italiano Studi Ornitologici - CISO - is a cultural, non political, non profit association which aims at the promotion of ornithological activity and research in Italy, working in connection with University Institutes and Departments, Natural History and Science Museums, recognised ornithological association and non professional ornithologists...
COI - Italian Rarities CommitteeWebsite
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GMSO - Gruppo Molisano Studi OrnitologiciWebsite
Nata nel 1992 per volontà di un gruppo di giovani Naturalisti, con lo scopo di offrire, agli Enti , come alla collettività, una risposta integrata alla crescente domanda di strumenti per la conoscenza della natura che ci circonda, GMSO ha fatto della diffusione di informazioni naturalistiche la propria missione professionale...
Gruppo Piemontese Studi Ornitologici [GPSO]Website
Statuto: il GPSO ha iniziato le attività nel 1980 (fondazione). Nel 1998 il gruppo si è configurato come Associazione No Profit in base alla d.l.vo n. 460 del 4/12/1997 e ha registrato con atto notarile il proprio Statuto...
Istituto Nazionale per la Fauna SelvaticaInformation
L’INFS ha il compito di censire il patrimonio ambientale costituito dalla fauna selvatica, di studiarne lo stato, l’evoluzione ed i rapporti con le altre componenti ambientali, di elaborare progetti di intervento ricostituivo o migliorativo delle comunità animali e degli ambienti naturali con l’obiettivo di una riqualificazione faunistica del territorio nazionale, di effettuare e coordinare l’attività di inanellamento a scopo scientifico dell’avifauna sull’intero territorio italiano, di collaborare con gli organismi stranieri, ed in particolare con quelli dell’Unione Europea aventi analoghi compiti e finalità, di collaborare con le università e gli altri organismi di ricerca nazionali, di controllare e valutare gli interventi faunistici operati dalle regioni e dalle province autonome, di esprimere i pareri tecnico-scientifici richiesti dallo Stato e dagli enti locali...
Italian Institute for WildlifeWebsite
Italian waterbirds, mediterranean marine birds, projects and conservation…
Lega Italiana Protezione UccelliWebsite
LIPU - Via Trento n.49, 43100 Parma. + 39 0521 273043 firstname.lastname@example.org
LIPU - Oasi CostieraWebsite
Il target è rappresentato dal birdwatcher, figura turistica in crescita. (Utenza potenziale itinerante 2.500.000). Normalmente esso è una persona sopra i 25 anni, con discreti mezzi economici, munito di attrezzatura per osservazione visiva dal costo medio di 2000 Euro. Impiega il fine settimana famiglia al seguito, ricercando nelle località proposte dal mercato specifico e da segnalazioni dell’utenza, la sua soddisfazione...
LIPU - Oasi di Crava-MorozzoWebsite
Oasi di Crava Morozzo - Via Pesio 3 12047 - Rocca de' Baldi (CN) Tel. 0174/587393
LIPU - Oasi di MassaciuccoliWebsite
Alloggiato in una grande depressione originata dalla formazione dell’Appennino, il Lago di Massaciuccoli rappresenta lo stadio avanzato di una antica laguna costiera, arretrata con l’avanzare della linea di costa ed il ripascimento dei sedimenti trasportati dai fiumi della piana pisana e versiliese. Oggi, con una estensione di circa 2000 ha di cui 700 ha di specchio lacustre, rappresenta la zona umida più importante della Toscana...
LIPU - Oasi di RacconigiWebsite
Il sito ufficiale dell'oasi LIPU di Racconigi, con informazioni di carattere generale...
LIPU di Crava Morozzo
Novara Birdwatching AssociationWebsite
The official web site of Novara Birdwatching Association, Italy…
Scricciolo - Italian Ornithological Web SiteWebsite
Lots of info and links.
Società Il Tarabuso - IvreaWebsite
Uno dei primi siti regionali curati da un'associazione naturalistica molto attiva in campo ornitologico. Troverete informazioni sull'associazione e sulle sue attività...
Protection of fauna in Italy is a major issue, but information provided to foreign countries is limited and most of the times biased. As a matter of fact Italian overall care for environment is weaker if compared to other European countries, mostly in the North of Europe. Activities such as birdwatching are at their early development stage and a general attitude for poor law implementation is a national character that goes far beyond environment and wildlife protection...
Wetlands International Cormorant Research GroupWebsite
The Wetlands International Cormorant Research Group was officially founded at the 3rd European Cormorant Conference held in Gdansk, Poland, in April 1993. Its main aim is to facilitate the exchange of information on both ecology and biology of the different species of cormorants worldwide and on possible conflicts between cormorants and human fisheries' interests. To achieve this goal, regular meetings and workshops are organised and, at least once a year, the Cormorant Research Group Bulletin will be published. Contributions of ornithologists as well as of fishery biologists and nature management officials to our activities are welcomed...
Oasi Cervara - Parc Naturale del Fiume SileWebsite
Our park is an ancient wetland (about 25 hectares) located 40 km north of Venice along the Sile River - L’Oasi Naturalistica del Mulino Cervara è una piccola riserva naturale (25 ettari) che tutela un ambiente palustre di eccezionale bellezza e rappresenta un punto di accesso al Parco Naturale Regionale del Fiume Sile, uno dei più importanti fiumi di risorgiva d’Europa...
Parchi del Delta del PoWebsite
...The fauna of Parco del Delta del Po is undoubtedly one of the most valuable elements of the protected area. Besides the Park's 460 Vertebrate species, the birds of the Po Delta represent an extraordinarily precious heritage, with more than 300 reported species during the last decades, 150 of which are nesting and more than 180 wintering. Such richness turns the Park into the most important ornithological area in Italy and one of the most relevant in Europe...
Italy presently has 46 sites designated as Wetlands of International Importance, with a surface area of 57,137 hectares.
2004 - Roberto Lerco - SardegnaReport
Le vacanze di quest'anno le ho passate con mia moglie Orietta in Sardegna...
2004 [August] - Míchéal CowmingReport
After initially deciding on travelling to Italy, my girlfriend and I decided that the Val Venosta/Vinschgau area in Northern Italy was the place to head to after hearing good reviews from some family relatives who had been there earlier...
2005 [February]- Roberto Lerco - TuscanyReport
Cari amici, qualche giorno di relax e buon BW nella spendida Toscana in compagnia di mia moglie Orietta. Prima tappa macchia lucchese ove su indicazione di Daniele Occhiato tentiamo di "twichare" gli Zigoli golarossa. La ricerca e' stata vana ma il paesaggio dunale merita comunque la visita...
2005 [July] - Hans Schick - Birdwatching in the ToscanaReport
During the holidays in June and July 2005, which were not exclusively devoted to ornithology, I registered all birds observed during touristic excursions in the Toscana, especially in the valley of the River Arno, in the Chianti and in the Pratomagno Mountains as well as in famous cultural centres such as Arezzo, Siena, San Gimignano, Lucca, and Firenze...
2005 [June] - HoneyguidesReport
2006 [April] - Richard BonserReport
Three of us – Andy Clifton, Mark Lopez and I – had long been keen to see one of the few true European endemics, Rock Partridge, and this formed the basis for what was to turn out to be one of the most enjoyable birding weekends that I’ve had in a long while. Flights from the UK to the continent have become more and more affordable in recent years and as such took advantage of the affordable flights that Ryanair offer from London Stansted to Rome Ciampino airport...
2006 [April] - Richard BonserReport
Three of us – Andy Clifton, Mark Lopez and I – had long been keen to see one of the few true European endemics, Rock Partridge, and this formed the basis for what was to turn out to be one of the most enjoyable birding weekends that I’ve had in a long while...
2006 [June] - HoneyguidesReport
2006 [May] - Richard BonserReport
With extremely cheap flights to Milan Bergamo airport, I decided to spend a couple of days with Mick Frosdick birding in Northern Italy on 16th and 17th May 2006. The main purpose of this trip was one for those with a rather acquired taste – namely Ashy-throated Parrotbill and Northern Bobwhite – but with two previous visits to the country this year, I realised that Italy as a birding destination is certainly underrated and decided to explore this beautiful country once again...
2007 [October] - Tim Wilcox - Po DeltaReport
Excited by the opportunity of taking a few days extra to go birdwatching in the Po Delta after a work visit to Venice (I know hard job but someone’s got to do it!) I set about exploring my options...
2009 [August] - George Watola - TuscanyReport
For such a popular holiday destination there is surprisingly little information out there on birding Italy, particularly during the summer (well, not the best time to bird, but us family guys are stuck with the holidays). Luckily there is a good guide available, “A Birdwatchers Guide to Italy” by Luciano Ruggieri & Igor Festari., which has lots of useful information. We went to Tuscany this summer, and stayed in two rather different parts of the province...
2009 [June] - John RaynerReport
Following on from our visit to Portugal earlier this year to target some Western Palearctic ‘Cat C’ introductions, a brief visit to Northern Italy was arranged. We were still taking advantage of the ridiculously cheap air fares that were available....
2013 [May] - Chris Townend - Abruzzo National ParkReport PDF
...Here we encountered some of the woodland specialities including a superb singing male Wood Warbler as it sang out its distinctive song complete with final trill as it glided from branch to branch. A Common Redstart was singing nearby and we soon found ourselves entering an open meadow where we spent some time scanning the many dead trees in the hope of finding our main target species, the White-backed Woodpecker...
2013 [May] - Josh JonesReport
...directions on how to find bird species such as Rock Partridge, Northern Bobwhite, Red-billed Leiothrix, Vinous-throated Parrotbill and Sacred Ibis as well as Marsican Brown Bear....
2013 [September] - Darren Archer - SorrentoReport PDF
...It gave willow warbler feeding in a walnut tree, as the only new bird , but a number of spotted flycatchers showed that migrants were moving. Lizards all over the walls will be missed when we are back in Britain as will the butterflies. The final meal was on Via San Francesco on the bend of the road by the piazza our second visit and just as good the second time...
Birding in Italy - Marco ValtrianiTour Operator
If you need a birding guide and help in creating a truly unforgettable birding experience, you’ve come to the right place!
Local birders willing to show visiting birders around their area...
Le nostre - Guided Birdwatching in ItalyGuides
Italy may be Europe's best kept birding secret. In fact, Italy is home to more than 500 bird species, and we are still counting. The wide range of habitats in Italy offer something for the novice, experienced or the adventurerous birder. Birding Italy is specialized in nature guiding and birdwatching trips. It was created by independent Italian guides, operating mainly in the Po Delta, Sicily and Sardinia, joining forces to offer flexible and good value services to individuals, groups and birdwatching travel companies. Our experienced leaders are highly skilled birders who genuinely enjoy guiding and take pride in making the tour a pleasant experience for every participant...
Skua NatureTour Operator
Travels, training and research...
Walking in Etruria - Marco ValtrianiGuide
I am an Italian free lance biologist, expert in fauna and wildlife. I am an ornithologist as well, and I work as a guide in central Italy with birdwatching groups...
Casa di AntonioAccommodation
Our English, family run bed and breakfast offers the luxury of guest house accommodation and is set within its own grounds. Close to great birdwatching in the Po Delta.
La Scuola di FurioAccommodation
LA SCUOLA Holiday Homes is open all year round to offer you a relaxing stay in close and confortable contact with the Tuscan countryside. In fact its right next to the Padule di Fucecchio Nature Reserve with its breeding Night Herons, Squacco & Purple Herons and Cattle Egret, as well as Moustached & Savi's Warblers etc...
Very close to the Sibillini National Park, the residence offers three self-catering accomodations. Far away from mass tourism, you can explore the sights and scents and serenity of this very, very special part of Italy.
Accommodation in hotel Apartments in Central Rome. The alternative to hotels...
Vecchia Casa - UmbriaAccommodation
Vecchia Casa is a rustic self-catering apartment for 2 in a recently restored farmhouse with wonderful views of the surrounding Umbrian countryside, close to the border with Tuscany...
Eurobirdnet ItaliaMailing Group
Would you like birding in Italy? Would you like to know where to go to find the most interesting sites for birdwatching in Italy? This is EuroBirdNet Italia, Italian branch of the European ornithological network: EuroBirdNet. Go to this site to subscribe to the Italian Birding Mailing list.
Blog In Italian
...A Booted Eagle was observed and photographed by Alessandro Cavalli and Francesco Calamelli between Boccasette and Ca' Zuliani, two villages in the Po Delta, S of Venice, NE Italy, on December 11, 2005. This species winter regularly in the Po Delta with 1-5 individuals each years...
Gulls of Italy…
Alcedo - Ornitologia e naturaMagazine
The new Italian Magazine of breeding and ornithology...
Photographic birdwatching in Liguria (Northern Italy) or elsewhere, information, etc...
Grazie alle fatiche di Paola Bressan e Marco Mastrorilli, il primo sito mondiale interamente dedicato al Gufo di palude Asio flammeus...
Live cams on breeding peregrines and kestels...
Birdwatching in Alto AdigeInformation
L'Alto Adige può offrire complessivamente minori opportunità per il birdwatching rispetto al confinante Veneto o al Friuli-Venezia Giulia, regioni che in più possono vantare vaste zone umide lagunari e foci fluviali ospitanti eccezionali concentrazioni di avifauna.
Birdwatching in CesenaInformation
This site contains photographs taken while spending many hours and whole days in natural full immersion. Sometimes by being in a wood, sometimes simply by looking out of my windows. In this way I have had the possibility of admiring many of the bird species that live in my town. This site has no pretentions to be technical or scientific, it's just a choice of natural beauties that Cesena can offer to sharp observant eyes.
Ornithology and Birdwatching in the Province of Cuneo - In Italian...
EBN-ITALIA- IL BIRDWATCHING ITALIANOWebsite
Italy is a natural bridge connecting continental Europe to Africa across the Mediterranean. The heterogeneity of natural habitats offers many opportunities to watch birds, starting from species typical of the Siberian taiga, as the Pygmy Owl, to an Indo-African species as the Bonelli's Eagle. The total number of bird species recorded in 1999 for Italy is 502!
For The BirdsWebsite
For the Birds is a portal that was born from the passion for all the birds of the world. Particular attention is paid to the curiosities, oddities that give us these fantastic animals: birds are seen as a source of inspiration for various activities that involve me, from study to educational and entertainment activities for children ...
A site dedicated to abberations among European Goldfinches.
IL Cavaliere d'ItaliaInformation
Italian top ten sites
Lega Italiana Protezione Uccelli - LIPU - BirdLife ITALYWebsite
LIPU The Italian Bird Life partner
Il sito birdwatching dei "cugini" liguri. Tutto ciò che desiderate sapere sul birdwatching in Liguria... Birding in Liguria (Northern Italy): recent sightings, photos, trip reports, novels, etc
Photos, Stamps, Software, BirdLinks. An amateur site but very comprehensive!
Natura Palude La VelaInformation
English pages. A very pretty site with lots of information on the birds of this region of southern Italy.
NEORNITHES: nomina aviumInformation
The first and only computer-based system with all known and living birds' names in Italian language...
Ideato e coordinato da Walter Sassi, appassionato conoscitore dell'avifauna con particolare riferimento alla regione Lombardia. Ospita articoli di vario genere, chek list, foto e notizie... [Information and ornithological background for Brianza, Italy]
Picchio Verde - Ornitologia e dintorniInformation
birds, birding and birdwatching in Italy
Quaderni di birdwatchingMagazine
On line Italian Birding Magazine: Quaderni di Birdwatching presenta articoli e note dal campo originali con particolare riguardo ai criteri identificativi dell'avifauna italiana. Coloro i quali sono interessati alla collaborazione o a inviare foto originali sono invitati a contattare la redazione. Il materiale originale presentato viene integralmente restituito...
Photos, trip reports etc...
Taccuini di Birdwatching di Claudio ChiossiWebsite
Osservazioni ornitologiche in zone e oasi italiane o durante viaggi all'estero...
The Kingfisher ExperienceWebsite
Nature is the greatest heritage and photography is a good tool to get people involved in nature conservancy. That’s why we support wildlife photographers in their activities: a nice picture, seen by the large public, worth always a thousand words and testify the importance of protecting our environment...
Birdwatching around Verona: its more interesting sites, its check-list, a mailing list where to exchange information and sightings, the last observations online with photo and films, local excursions, links etc…
Artist - Silvia GandinWebsite
Silvia Gandini is a naturalistic illustrator. She uses different techniques: black-ink, watercolor, colored pencils, acrylics on various materials. Her favorite subjects are animals and flora and their natural habitats. Specializing in scientific illustration, she is contact with museum, universities, natural parks and specialists.
Personal site di Vitantonio Dell'Orto, scrittore e fotografo naturalista. Pagine ricche e ben curate, consigliato agli appassionati di fotografia...
Gallery - Pasquale MontanaroGallery
Some excellent photos...
Pagina di Giuliano Gerra e Silvio Sommazzi, ottimi fotografi, ricca di foto di specie realizzate in Italia ed in altri numerosi paesi del mondo...
Photographer - Antonio BenettiGallery
There is no need to depart for distant lands to discover new worlds, one just needs eyes to know how to see. M.Proust
Photographer - Daniele CacciaGallery
Daniele Caccia - Val di Cornia, Livorno, Italy - Mi piace vivere il contatto con la natura, sono appassionato di fotografia naturalistica ed escursionismo,mi piace fotografare la natura a 36o gradi dal mare alla terra,dagli uccelli marini,ai mammiferi...
Photographer - Fabio Damiani - Images from wildlifeGallery
Benvenuto nel mio spazio web dedicato alla fotografia naturalistica, una passione quella per l'immagine e la natura che coltivo ormai da parecchio tempo. Le fotografie contenute in questo sito sono una piccola parte del lavoro fotografico da me svolto in questi ultimi anni, frutto di lunghi appostamenti, ricerca e tanta passione.
Photographer - Guido BissattiniGallery
Photographer - Lino Giordano - WildLife photographyGallery
Mi chiamo Lino Giordano sono un appasionato di foto e natura, in questo sito trovereto il conubbio tra fotografia e la bellezza della Natura. Nello scorrere le pagine troverete foto scattate in natura con animali tutti allo stato selvatico…
Photographer - Luca BracciGallery
Welcome to my web site. Here you can have a look to my pictures… Tuscan photographer.
Photographer - Luigi SebastianiGallery
Birds of Italy and Europe photo gallery - Galleria di foto degli uccelli presenti in Italia ed Europa...
Photographer - Mauro Sanna FotografiGallery
Italian wildlife photography…
Photographer - Michele MendiGallery
Personal site di Michele Mendi, fotonaturalista e valido collaboratore di Cuneobirding...
Photographer - Roberto LercoGallery
Mi chiamo Roberto Lerco. Sono nato nel 1969 e vivo a Nesente, una piccola contrada a circa 6 Km. dal centro di Verona, con mia moglie Orietta e mio figlio Filippo. Con loro condivido la passione per i Viaggi e per la natura in generale. I miei hobbies sono il tennis, la fotografia naturalistica ed il birdwatching...
Web Cam NaturaWebcam
The Web Cam Natura aims to provide live, the images of life in different ecosystems of the animals taken from cameras Artuà For Nature. Every day we try to follow and discover the secrets of the ecosystem in which we live, without invading or changing the pace. The web cam is located in Italy, and in limited geographical areas identified by the staff of Artà For Nature. The Web Cam Natura site is viewable only in Italian…
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