About BirdLife Cyprus' field trips
Only taking a break for the hotter, holiday months of June, July and August, BirdLife Cyprus organises a full and varied programme of Field Meetings at various locations island-wide. Most of the field meetings concentrate on discovering the birds that are using an area during the time of year when the meeting is scheduled. All the well known birdwatching spots, including many designated as Important Bird Areas, are visited throughout the year, from Paphos in the west to Paralimini in the east.

The birds of Cyprus are out there for us all to enjoy and the BirdLife Cyprus field meetings are an ideal way to be introduced to them. All you need to bring with you to the field is enthusiasm, a pair of binoculars if possible and a flask of coffee for the inevitable refreshment break.

Please note that participation in BirdLife Cyprus field meetings is at one’s own risk. BirdLife Cyprus accepts no liability or responsibility for accidents, illness, injury or loss or damage to property that might occur. Field trips require light to moderate exercise. Please contact the field trip leader for more information on difficulty, distances and terrain of a particular field trip.

Upcoming Events

Larnaca Sewage Works
19 January 2019
Larnaca Sewage Works
Martin Hellicar (99907893)
Wintering gulls and waterfowl
New Year get-together
19 January 2019
Mackenzie Beach, Larnaca
Join us for lunch after the field trip at Kitsios Restaurant at Mackenzie Beach
Akrotiri Peninsula
26 January 2019
Akrotiri Peninsula
Victor Tjernberg
Waterbirds and other winter visitors
Akhna Dam & Oroklini Marsh
09 February 2019
Akhna Dam & Oroklini Marsh
Stavros Christodoulides
Late winter visitors, early spring migrants and waterbirds

Previous Events

Akamas Weekend, including Latchi Boat Trip
09 September 2016
An enjoyable, sociable, birding weekend to see seabirds and autumn migrants.
Paphos Lighthouse
17 September 2016
Autumn passerines and shore birds. Meet 8.30 am, near beach cafe at CTO beach, west end of Paphos Lighthouse archaeological site. Please note earlier start time.

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