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The Bird Watching Club for World Travelers

Serbia

You don't need to be an expert birder to contact a Pal.  Together you have love for nature, birds, new countries and learning.

These are serious birdwatchers willing to share their time to help you.  It is a privilege to contact them.  Your message should be respectful.

A Birding Pal does not charge a fee, however you should pay for their expenses, transportation costs, entrance fees, meals, etc.

Pals will answer your messages quickly, if they can.  You might select someone who is traveling, so write to more than one Pal, and be patient.  Let us know if someone doesn't answer and we'll check that everything is okay.

Let us know when you are going to meet a Pal, and then let us know how it went.

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Professional Birding Guides

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Srdjan Cuturilov

Maps
TemerinVojvodinaSerbia

Available
Anytime

Languages
English, Serbian
Note
We start birding early in the morning and stay on the field almost all day trying to see as many birds as possible. Visitor pays for the gasoline and bird-guiding fee which is negotiable.
Area
Slano Kopovo Nature Reserve, Rusanda lake, Froska Gora Mountain, Carska Bara etc

Area Birds

Red-footed Falcon, European roller, Hoopoe, White-tailed Eagle, Long Eared Owl
Interests
Nature: birdwatching




M. Ruzic

Maps
Novi SadVojvodinaSerbia

Available
Anytime

Languages
Serbian, English, Bosnian, Croatian German
Note
Milan has an excellent knowledge of the field and of birds, and knows where to go in Serbia for finding important bird species. He is easy to be with and speaks English fluently, due to a temporary American stay in the past. He is very much interested in protecting Serbian nature in general and Serbian birds in particular. He is a pioneer, together with his friends, on nature protection in his home country. Indeed, this country has a lot to offer, and I appreciate very much that he is devoting a lot of his time to it. Peter Zomer, Eindhoven, Netherlands. peter(AT)zomer-cornelissen.nl



D. Simic

Maps
BeogradVojvodinaSerbia

Available
Anytime

Languages
Serbian, English
Note
Dragan Simic is Belgrade-born birder who has exercised this pursuit across four continents. Birder by passion and environmental scientist by education, he is an ecotourism consultant and a bird blogger who always thinks that the best bird ever is the next lifer.
Area
Wider Belgrade area and further east, including remnant floodplain forests along the Sava River, wetlands along the Tamis River, as well as wetlands and sandy areas down the Danube; plus Djerdap Gorge National Park and the Tresnjica Griffon Vulture Sanctuary.

Area Birds

Highlights spring: 1. Ferruginous Duck 2. White-tailed Eagle 3. Hobby 4. Hoopoe, 5. Bee-eater 6. Roller 7. Tawny Pipit, 8. Red-backed Shrike 9. Lesser Grey Shrike 10. Golden Oriole
Highlights winter: 1. Pygmy Cormorant 2. Great Egret 3. White-fronted Goose 4. Smew 5. White-tailed Eagle 6. Hen Harrier 7. Caspian Gull 8. Long-eared Owl 9. Black Woodpecker 10. Great Grey Shrike
Interests
I went out with Dragan for 2 days of birding in the wider Belgrade area. Thanks to his excellent birding skills, we saw a total of 81 species in the very end of a migratory season. Dragan and his friend Marko Rakovic were most amiable and knowledgeable birders, and I enjoyed my time with them immensely. I would definitely recommend birding in Serbia, especially with Dragan, and I hope to go again sometime.
- D Harper, Canada.

Nature: birdwatching, twitching, photography
Travel: car, canoe
Visit: tourist site, museum, restaurant, nature spot