Birdwatching in Kythera

Kythera is a stop for migratory birds that fly south to Africa for the winter. A number of species is found on the island, including eagles, hoopoes, falcons, buzzards, partridges, ravens and goldfinches. The island has filed for Natura 2000 status because of its biodiversity. A number of canyons and gorges offer plenty of opportunities for avid birdwatchers, including Tsakona and Kakia Lagada canyons and Mylopotamos gorge.  


Rare migratory birds can be found here as the very diverse landscape ranges from olive groves and gentle hills to valleys and gorges and a cedar forest in Mylopotamos. Predatory birds can be found here.
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