Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 November 2017: Birdwatching and autumn walks to explore the Nature Reserve
Free walks to discover year round and migratory birds with an experienced birder and autumn walks throughout the Gola del Furlo are the opportunities to enjoy the Nature Reserve during the week-end.
Saturday 11 November: Birdwatching. From 2 to 5 pm it will be possible to enjoy the Reserve thanks to birding walks to learn about the year round and migratory birds. An experienced ornithologist will lead partecipants along the scenic Candigliano River making stops at some birdwatching hot spots. The ornithologist will show how to recognize species recorded in the protected area, from water birds to diurnal birds of prey, by listening to their calls and observing their habits. The walk will be flat and accessible to everybody. Meet at the Gola del Furlo Nature Reserve tourist office in the village of Furlo di Acqualagna, via Flaminia n.36. Partecipants are recommended to bring binoculars. Reservation is not required.
Sunday 12 November: Autumn walks and birdwatching. Birding walks along the Candigliano River to discover the year round and migratory birds will be from 9am to 5pm. The experienced ornithologist will be happy to help partecipants recognize species and enjoy nature in the Gola del Furlo.
Guided walks in the morning and in the afternoon will show off the palette of colors in the protected area during autumn. Meet at 10.30am and 2.30pm at the Gola del Furlo Nature Reserve tourist office in the village of Furlo di Acqualagna, via Flaminia n.36. The 3 kilometre walk alongside the Candigliano River “Meraviglie d’autunno nella Gola del Furlo” will be flat and accessible to everybody. The visitors will enjoy stunning autumn colours and explore the marvels of history and nature. A guide will explain the sorts of plants and flowers and talk about the wild animals and birds of prey, such as the golden eagle, which can be observed in the protected area. It will be possible to admire also the two tunnels bored by the Romans along the consular via Flaminia, the grand road built by the consul Caio Flaminio in the III century B.C. to connect Rome to Rimini. Free admission. Reservation is required. Contact the Nature Reserve tourist office. Phone: 0721-700041. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org