By Dirk Hilbers, et al.
Distributed by Trans-Atlantic Publications
255 Pages, Illustrated
$52.50 Paper original
The Eastern Rhodopes lie on the border between Greece and Bulgaria. On both sides there is a splendid, authentic and little visited landscaped with a rich flora and fauna. The Bulgarian Eastern Rhodope mountains are a wild area where large numbers of birds of prey patrol the skies, wolves and jackals hide in the woodlands and scores of butterflies and wildflowers grace the meadows. The lowlands of Greece, with famous areas like Dadia, Evros and Nestos, are a birding hotspot with attractions like pelicans, Pygmy Cormorants and Spur-winged Plovers.
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