Squirrels are generally smart and stubborn animals with amazing climbing skills, dexterity, speed and amazing jumping performance, makıng them a very nice animal! So in Krousia in the National Park of Kerkini, the specific squirrel, despite the disturbance caused by our sudden meeting … did not lose them and without giving up his food (walnut) […]
In Kerkini, at least six Spotted Eagles are already enjoying the places where they decided to spend the winter and they are waiting for the rest of the “northern” visitors who continue the migratory journey ! Source: https://www.facebook.com/kostas.papadopoulos.98434
Lesser White fronted Goose again in Kerkini! One of the most endangered bird species in Europe.
A landscape taken from a painting. The landscape of the lake in Northern Greece that seems to have sprung from a painting calms the mind and calms the eye. The reason for the artificial lake of Kerkini in the prefecture of Serres, 98 km north of Thessaloniki and 35 km from Serres.
The presence of cranes has increased in recent years in the National Park of Lake Kerkini. From one person in the late 80’s, there are now dozens of people every year.
True to their appointment for the second fortnight every May, Agiopoulia spends these days in the National Park of Lake Kerkini. Hundreds of birds pass through the area every day, coming from Africa, going to their breeding grounds. Their favorite delicacy is the berries that are abundant in the area and especially on the eastern […]
A pair of rare sea eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla (White eagle) / Sea eagle) was found in Kerkini.
A pandemonium of colors and images of incredible beauty are expected to be enjoyed by visitors to Lake Kerkini in N. Serres, since 6000 flamingos have so far come to the important and internationally recognized wetland, according to the page of Lake Kerkini National Park.
The first prize was won by the photograph of the Dalmatian pelican of Lake Kerkini in the largest world bird and ecotourism exhibition “Birdfair” in Great Britain, in the context of this year’s participation of the Region of Central Macedonia in the exhibition.
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