Associazione Centro Cicogne E Anatidi

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Associazione Centro Cicogne E Anatidi

Associazione Centro Cicogne E Anatidi
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Andrea B
Utrecht, The Netherlands88 contributions
Birding paradise
Aug 2017 • Couples
If you love birding and you are looking for a nice place during your holiday in Italy you found it.
For a little fee you can enter an area full of bird and with a loot of Bird watching hut also perfect for photography (they are low on the bird level) , the owner of the place is very nice and can give you some advice.
Enjoy and prepare to full your sdcard :)
Written 11 September 2017
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Cormican
Westhampton Beach, NY854 contributions
A birders' joy
Sep 2016 • Couples
We discovered this nature park quite by chance when staying in Bra. Originally we found it very hard to track down as its location seemed unknown to Google and we could not find its entry (it was only listed under the province of Cuneo) on TripAdvisor.
In essence, this small park is where the Italian government is trying to restore the stork population to Italy. We were encouraged on entering to find 2 wildlife photographers leaving, complete with camouflaged cameras and clothing. There is one very natural area, where there are a number of hides in which you crouch and can observe the wildfowl. Although the storks had mostly left on migration we saw a multitude of ducks as well as otters (we think) and water snakes. There were a couple of herons too - enough to interest us for well over an hour. The other area is more manicured and seems to be more interesting to families with children although it does contain some cages with breeding (injured) storks that are present year round.
Opening hours vary with the season - I imagine during spring and autumn migration this location is very active.

Only one word of caution. The toilet facilities are very much of a "back to nature" variety do it is best to prepare beforehand.
Written 3 October 2016
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