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Yellow-legged Gull in Italy: Photo by Christoph Moning

Welcome to our guide to the birds of Italy! Known for its rich history and picturesque landscapes, Italy offers a captivating environment for a variety of bird species. The country’s varied terrain, including the Alps, Apennines, lush countryside, and extensive coastlines, provides habitats for many avian wonders. In this section, you’ll embark on a journey to discover Italy’s birdlife through our carefully curated guides. From the graceful flight of the Italian Sparrow in the rural hills to the cheerful songs of the European Nightingale in the ancient olive groves, Italy’s birds offer a charming glimpse into the country’s natural beauty. Whether you’re birdwatching in the wetlands of the Po Delta or exploring the woodlands of the Tuscan Archipelago, we invite you to delve into our guides and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Italian birds.