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An amazing afternoon at the Hula Valley Nature Reserve...a migration stopover for cranes en route from cold Europe to warm Africa
A frenzy at feeding time seeing THOUSANDS of the majestic creatures flying on and over the feeding area
Lived here for 38 years...not sure...More
While touring the North we stopped in at about 4 PM to catch the cranes flying in from all directions to sleep in the shallows of the Hula's waters. They are now en route from Europe to winter in eastern Africa. It was a magical...More
Easy access off the highway. Just nice place to walk in nature. Good paths, easy to follow. Walk out to covered walk over water where you can see fish and birds. If you can do steps, go up the observation tower.
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Well organized and minimally intrusive bird watching facility with genuine opportunity to view some amazing wildlife.
At this time of the year one has a chance to see many species, king fishers, pigmi cormorant, black shouldered kite, marsh harriers, herons, black and white ibis and...More
From October on you can see thousands, even tens of thousands of birds when you visit. Don’t go in a month like May when you won’t see a single bird. My favourite time to go is before sunset so you see the birds flying in....More
This is particularly of interest for sightings of huge flocks of migrating birds during the appropriate seasons. At other times, it's just a quiet natural setting for a pleasant walk or tractor-pulled wagon ride. The history of the area - formerly a malaria=infested swamp that...More
We went during the Cranes 'arrival' - there were already thousands, ad more coming. Morning stroll to thsee the pond with indigenous flowers, then a buggy around the perimeter, seeing turtles, nutria, water buffalo, and birds, of course. Picnic lunch at the water's edge, reading...More
Agamon (Lake) Hula continues to amaze and excite at every visit, but the stars of the show are the wildlife, even beyond the migratory periods, and it is always a challenge to spot the unusual - a mother Plover guarding her five chicks was for...More