You can enjoy the presence of birds just watching them or listening to relaxing.
However, most would agree that the pleasure increases with knowledge. Some words of Bob Jarman could help you discover more about bird watching in Achla.
“Depending on the season you can see: Nightingales, Sardinian and Olivaceous warblers, Black-eared Wheatears and Cirl Buntings. Cory’s and Yelkouan Shearwaters, Yellow-legged and Mediterranean Gulls, pheasants, ducks, swans.
However, the wildlife jewel in the crown is the Eleonora’s. This extremely rare falcon nests only on isolated Mediterranean islets. They spend the winter in Madagascar and return to their nest sites in May.During the day they can be seen flying along the valley ridges looking for prey. However it’s in the evening when the really spectacular display begins. At dusk you can see Eleonora’s hunting over the meadows between Onar at Ahla beach often from only a few meters away. Just before dark birds would hunt over the restaurant and dining area weaving between the huge Plane trees before vanishing.”
Achla – Onar Bird watching