Birdwatching by boat in a small group in the Pialassa Baiona

25 Ratings
  • Live Guide
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  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

Our bird watching tours are organized in a very ecological and "slow" way: it is in fact possible to participate in small groups. During the itinerary we make some stops to observe the animals. The optical instruments available to the participants allow you to capture moments of nature from a considerable distance, and then enjoy photographic shots. During the summer there are often numerous groups of flamingos (some thousands), but also other very beautiful and fascinating species such as shelduck, avocets, knights of Italy, oystercatchers, terns. Doing this experience means discovering the fascinating naturalistic and landscape heritage of the Pialassa, and, at the same time, retracing the evolution of the territory from the time of the Romans to the present day, touching the intertwining of nature, history (with the Garibaldi and the Resistance) and the life of the inhabitants of the valley.

Itinerary Details

The excursion takes place on board a typical small lagoon boat and participants can observe the animal and plant species characteristic of this intertidal brackish lagoon. It is possible to birdwatch with binoculars and spotting scopes made available, and also to make excellent photos at a short distance from species such as Flamingos, Herons, Oystercatchers, Terns, Cormorants, Waders, etc. It will be possible to learn about the historical and geomorphological events typical of this unique environment in Italy and some interesting local Storytelling, with culinary uses of the herbs and fish / molluscs caught in the lagoon. All this can be accompanied by refreshments which in the hottest moments is very welcome. The guide is always available for questions, clarifications and curiosities. We will make a couple of stops along the banks and more spectacular places admiring the typical fishing huts.
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