There are so many birds to observe in the Engadin, depending on the season.
Here some birds I could observe in or near St. Moritz, by the lake or in a meadow or forest.
You can do birdwatching as well, just keep you eyes open and try being quiet in the forest.
The quality of my pictures aren’t the best, I try to replace some pictures with better ones.
What kind of birds do you like to observe in the Engadin?
On or near the lake
Great crested grebe, Haubentaucher, Podiceps cristatus:
Mallard or wild duck, Stockente, Anas platyrhynchos:
Tufted duck, Reiherente, Aythya fuligula:
Eurasian coot, Blässhuhn, Fulica atra:
White-throated dipper, Wasseramsel, Cinclus cinclus:
White wagtail, Bachstelze, Motacilla alba:
In the forest
Eurasian bullfinch, Gimpel, Pyrrhula pyrrhula:
Great spotted woodpecker, Buntspecht, Dendrocopos major:
European crested tit, Haubenmeise, Lophophanes cristatus:
Coal tit, Tannenmeise, Periparus ater:
Spotted nutcracker, Tannenhäher, Nucifraga caryocatactes:
Eurasian nuthatch, Kleiber, Sitta europaea:
In a meadow
Eurasian wryneck, Wendehals, Jynx torquilla:
Fieldfare, Wacholderdrossel, Turdus pilaris:
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