Birding Locations in France (1 Viewer)

Jun 26, 2020
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We are crossing on Eurotunnel on 28 March for our first trip to Europe during which I would like to do some bird watching whenever the chance arise.

The current plan is to follow the coast down to Bayeux and the Normandy Beaches from there down to Pau / Tarbes area before crossing the Pyrenees. At this point turn left to head South following the line of the Pyrenees. At some point we will cross the Pyrenees (possibly via Andorra) and head East towards The Camargue and Arles. Finally we will head North (ish) back to Calais. We think about 2 months should be enough, although this may change.

What I want to know is, Do you know of any great bird watching spots on this approx. route, either within walking distance of an Aire / Camp Site or with parking sufficient to hold a 7.5m motorhome. Other things I need to consider are that my good lady is only a reluctant birder and my dog just love to run.

I have already purchased and are studying "Where To Watch Birds in France" and "Where To Watch Birds in Northern & Eastern Spain"
 

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Birding??? Is that the same as Dogging????
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DBK

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Birding??? Is that the same as Dogging????
Asking for friend🤣🤣🤣
Having once watched two Egyptian vultures copulating in a field in Spain then the two pursuits may have more in common than might appear at first glance. :)
 

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