On this tour we concentrate our efforts on photographing breeding pairs of Wallcreeper on the limestone cliffs of the Trigrad Gorge in the Western Rhodope Mountains. Depending on the success at the nesting spots, we may also try to photograph the Wallcreepers at sites where they come regularly to feed.
Morning and noon (between 9:00 and 14:00 h) is the best time for Wallcreeper photography in this area. In the mountains it often rains in spring, and this could affect our chances. That is why it is good to plan at least 3 full days in this area.
In addition to the Wallcreeper, here you will have good opportunities to photograph the Crested Tit, Rock Bunting, Firecrest, Crag Martin, White-throated Dipper, Grey Wagtail.