Birdwatching in Morocco
Morocco is a birdwatchers paradise, with 414 species of which 210 are regular breeders. October to May is probably the best time for the widest range of migrants and residents to be observed.
One of the best places in Morocco for watching birds is the Souss Massa nation park. For more detail see our Souss Massa national park page.
Another good location for bird watchingis the lagoon at Oualidia that hosts pink flamingo's, storks and waders.
A Birdwatchers Guide to Morocco by Patrick & Fedora Bergier (ISBN 1-871104-01-7) is available from Prion Ltd, 21 Roundhouse Drive, Perry, Huntingdon, Cambs PE18 0DJ (Or click the link to order from Amazon.co.uk). A video "Gosney in Morocco" is available from Birdguides £19.95, Freephone 0800 - 919391. (Also see the books page)
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