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A paradise for birds
Let yourself be carried away on canals bordered by willows and reeds and enjoy the magic of nature in the most surprising place in Romania: the Danube Delta, part of the UNESCO World Heritage! Hundreds of bird species find their shelter in a maze of lakes and canals, dotted with floating islands. The spectacle of nature is complemented by sand dunes, subtropical forests, and biodiversity unique in Europe for a wetland. After millennia of living there, people add to this magnificent spectacle: traditional villages with a special culture that emerged from the coexistence of many diverse ethnicities.
The common or the Dalmatian pelican, the white-tailed eagle, the famous red-breasted goose, the glossy ibis, the spoonbill, the black-winged stilt and many others are just as many reasons why the delta is a paradise for bird lovers. In the spring, the show is in full swing, and all you need is binoculars, a good guide, and a little patience.
Nowhere else in Europe will you be surprised by such scenery as the one from the period of migration and mating!
AER is in association with Zenith Maps in order to realize a collection of maps concentrated on the ecotourism destinations in Romania. This collection is focused on the destinations promoted by AER and also a tourist guide.