The great reed warbler (Acrocephalus arundinaceus)
… is a long-distance and nocturnal migrant
Measuring 19-20 cm in length, this bird likes to breed in the reeds, and feeds o insects. It belongs to the warbler family, and lives on lakes, streams and in wetlands. Great reed warblers spend the winter in central and southern Africa, returning to the breeding areas in early May, where they remain until around the end of August.
Up to 40 pairs breed in Vorarlberg; their loud, raucous call is easily recognised.
For birdwatching you’ll get free of charge binoculars from Swarovski!
3 nights in a double room
Delicious buffet breakfast
1 wellness basket for hire, with bathrobe, slippers and towels
1 free hired bike (KTM)
1 festival cruise on the Hohentwiel, incl. aperitif, menu and cat. I show tickets
1 homemade gift