Curonian Spit National Park

The Curonian Spit National Park, cherished for its prehistoric sand-dunes, is also an excellent spot for birdwatching. In fact, this UNESCO-listed peninsula nestled between the Baltic Sea and the Curonian Lagoon offers six different observation towers that help you observe the flocks of migratory birds passing above. And if you forgot your birding manual at home (happens to the best of us), information stands on-site will help you identify the birds you spot.

One of the locations particularly suitable for birdwatching is the Nagliai Nature Reserve. There, visitors can observe such rare bird species as Peregrine and Red-Legged Falcons, Brown Kites and Pink Starlings.

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