Limnos island is located in the middle of Northern Aegean. Although it lacks the popularity of Lesvos, many interesting species can be seen during both migration periods, and it also hosts quite a good number of breeders of birdwatcing concern.
|Northern Wheatears in Limnos frequently nest in rooftops of houses, a unique habit for Greece|
|Lesser Kestrels are nesting in many villages of the eastern part|
|Stone Curlew breeding population is very large, especially in the northern hilly country|