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Trip Reports

Trip Report, July 1998
By Marc Tailly.
"Together with my wife I spent a week in this former Sovjet-state (a map of Europe and Middle East for those who don't know where it lies) on the invitation of a friend of hers. This was not a birdwatching trip but I nevertheless tried to find some species."

Marc has been gracious to allow us to publish two of his excellent images from his trips to Armenia, and told us he had used our CD-ROM TourArmenia Gold (now out of print) as a resource for his trips. We are indeed honered.

Marc's pictures:

Armash looking on Ararat
Armash looking on Aragats

Trip Report, September 2000
By Ken Cole
"While in Armenia recently on a cultural trip arranged by the Washington Textile Museum, I eluded the churches and museums for a couple of days of birding. I had two specific primary target birds: Caucasian Grouse Tetrao mlokosiewiczi and Caspian Snowcock Tetrogallus caspius, as well as two secondary targets, Grey Partridge Perdix perdix and Radde's Accentor Prunella ocularis."


Armenian Contacts

The Birds In Armenia Project is the greatest advocate for conservation and the most knowledgeable sources about the impact of environment on Birds. They are the authors of the field guide, "The Birds of Armenia", the only printed source on this topic. They are also the only group working to exclusively conserve bird habitats.  They offer tours and guided visits, for a fee. You can reach them in Yerevan by calling Dr. Martin Adamian or his assistants Levan and Luba at (Tel (3741) 151-413, 28-15-02). 

GUIDES / TRIPS
Birds of Armenia (Luba and Levon) @ Zoological Institute (3741) 281 502. They helped write the book, with Vasil (below). Can make arrangements for a four-wheel drive vehicle, driver, camping gear, etc.

Vasil Y. Ananian Email: vananian72@yahoo.com, fax: (3741) 151 413 and : (3741) 343 202. Can make arrangements for a four-wheel drive vehicle, driver, camping gear, etc.

Armenian EcoTour (site down), 32/22 Shinararneri st., 375038 Yerevan, Armenia (3742) 397 552 Fax: (3742) 151 795 E-mail: info@ecotourismarmenia.com, zhanna@freenet.am. Can make arrangements for a four-wheel drive vehicle, driver, camping gear, etc.

Avarayr, 1, P.Byuzand st., 375010 Yerevan ARMENIA - .: (374.1) 563.681, 524.042 Fax.: (374.1) 563.681 - E-Mail: office@avarair.arminco.com Can make arrangements for a four-wheel drive vehicle, driver, camping gear, etc.

DenaLine - 6 Toumanian st. (3741) 54-18-18, 54-29-00 Fax: (3741) 54-54-60 E-mail: dina@arminco.com. Offices in Yerevan, Los Angeles and Moscow. Can make arrangements for a four-wheel drive vehicle, driver, camping gear, etc.




LINKS

BIRDING WEB SITES
Birds of Armenia Project
Eco Center
Armenia The Annotated Ramsar List: Armenia
Ornithological Society of the Middle East: Trip report - 1995
Ornithological Society of the Middle East: Trip report - 2000
Birdlife International partner in Armenia (no content)
Armenian Flora/Fauna Stamps
Bird Checklist

ERMC
National Academy of Sciences of Armenia
United Nations Envirnment Program for Armenia (strong material, if Euro-colonialist in style)
Protected Areas of Armenia
Map of Sevan National Park
Threatened Species in Armenia

INDIVIDUAL TRIP REPORTS
Individual - September 2000
Individual - July 1998
Ramsar Field Trip on Armenia's Wetlands (1998)

GUIDES / TRIPS
Birds of Armenia (Luba and Levon) @ Zoological Institute [+ (3741) 28-15-02 ]


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