Black Sea Coast, Bulgaria – Autumn Migration – 21st – 30th September 2011, by Kathie Claydon
Nov 30 2015
Having had two very successful trips to Bulgaria with Neophron Tours (“Birds & Bears” May 2010 and “Butterflies” June 2011) we decided to go with them again to the Black Sea coast for autumn migration. We were not disappointed…
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