Birdwatching is the activity that allows the observation of birds in its natural environment. The National Park of Cilento, Vallo di Diano and Alburni, thanks to its geographical position, the geomorphological conditions, the richness of its flora, is one of the most interesting regions from a naturalistic point of view. In fact, it hosts more than a third of the floristic species present in Italy, and Palinuro, the "Pearl" of Cilento, is a heavenly place for birds that love to feed on sprouts. Thanks also to the two rivers, Lambro and Mingardo, which flow into the sea just there, creating excellent corridors for migratory birds, starting from spring it houses about 200 different species, among those who decide to stop even for a few hours and who, instead, finds the ideal place for its nesting. From small passeriforms such as wheatear, woodchat shrike, melodious warbler, whinchat, to waterfowl like squacco heron, large egret and black-crowned night heron or mighty diurnal and nocturnal raptors as tawny owl, barn owl, sparrowhawk and peregrine falcon, and still colorful, majestic and unmistakable European bee-eater, common kingfisher and Eurasian hoopoe, birdwatching offers strong emotions and great satisfactions to avifauna lovers and nature in general.