Danube Delta, Romania

The Danube river flows 1.800 miles (2.900 km) from Germany’s Black Forest to the Black Sea in Romania where it forms the Danube Delta. The Danube Delta is formed of hundreds of lakes, streams, channels and branches. The Delta is formed around three main channels: Chilia, Sulina and Sfantu Gheorghe (Saint George). The Danube Delta is a habitat for migratory birds and the major remaining wetland on the flyway between central and Eastern Europe, and the Mediterranean and Middle East and Africa.
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Danube Delta - Romania

Danube Delta - Romania

Squacco Heron (Ardeola ralloides) by Gyorgy Szimuly on 500px - Danube Delta ♦ Romania. #romania

Squacco Heron (Ardeola ralloides) is a small heron, long, of which the body is with wingspan. It is of Old World origins, breeding in southern Europe and the Greater Middle East. Photo taken in Danube Delta, Romania

Cainele enot -Nyctereutes procyonoides

Cainele enot -Nyctereutes procyonoides

Mole-rat

Danube Delta Bird Photography Season in 2016

Mole-rat

souslik

Danube Delta Bird Photography Season in 2016

souslik

Lake Razelm or Lake Razim (Romanian: Lacul Razim, Lacul Razelm) is the name of a large freshwater lagoon on the shores of the Black Sea in Romania, south of the Danube Delta and part of its World Heritage Site. It is the largest lake in Romania

Lake Razelm or Lake Razim (Romanian: Lacul Razim, Lacul Razelm) is the name of a large freshwater lagoon on the shores of the Black Sea in Romania, south of the Danube Delta and part of its World Heritage Site. It is the largest lake in Romania

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