Urban trekking: birding in the Ethernal City

  • Next dates On request
  • Time09:30 – 13:00
  • WhereRome
  • Appointment09:30 am at the road junction of Piazza del Colosseo and Via di S. Giovanni in Laterano
  • Tour leader Andrea Senese

A journey to discover the urban biodiversity of some of the most iconic places of Rome. During a ring route, which will include the Colosseum, Villa Celimontana, Circus Maximus, Tiber Island and Imperial Fora, participants will understand that there are dozens of animal species who share city spaces with us.

Guided by an ornithologist, we will discover the importance of urban green for birdlife, both for breeding and migratory species. We will learn about the most characteristic birds of urban areas, but also those who prefer river environments that have found an ideal habitat along the Tiber. The main focus is on birdwatching but there will be opportunities to observe plants and other animals.

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Total fee depends on the total number of participants.

For more information contact the organizers.

We recommend that you come with: comfortable shoes, hat, water bottle, binoculars.

To facilitate birdlife observations, optics and field guides will be made available to participants.

Information regarding rates and payment methods will be communicated by email after completing the request form.

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