Belarus is without doubt a treasure. The country still holds vast territories of unspoiled nature and inhabits several most wanted, iconic bird species. Therefore, this tour is designed to show participants the main landscapes, ecosystems and birdlife in northern, central and southern Belarus. We’ll concentrate on pine bogs, glacial lakes and boreal forests in the north and on open grassy marshes, water meadows and flooded broad-leaf forests in the south. The tour program could be flexible at the spot. The main target is to see as many ecosystems and species as possible. Birds such as Aquatic Warbler, Greater Spotted Eagle, Great Grey Owl, Azure Tit, Terek Sandpiper, Great Snipe and Citrine Wagtail all breed in the area. When starting in the north, the trip list can be pimped by this wonderful supporting cast of bird species: Greater Spotted Eagle, Hazel Grouse, Black Grouse, Capercaillie, Ural Owl, Tengmalm’s Owls, Pygmy Owl, Three-toed and White-backed Woodpeckers. Main destinations are Krasny Bor in the north and the Pripyatsky National Park, Sporovo and Vygonoschansky Reserves and the Turov meadows in the south. But please note some localities in the vicinity of the main destinations might change depending on the known situation on our arrival relating to birds and other wildlife we plan to look for.