Tel Aviv Birdwatching center

"Rosh Tzipor" (Bird's Head)


The Tel Aviv Birding Center



The Tel- Aviv Birdwatching center is the IOC newest center - a thriving hub for birding activities for the huge population of the Dan region.

The “Bird's-Head” is located on the Yarkon Stream, featuring diverse habitats and hides and the capability to host a large number of urban visitors such as school children, scouts, vacationers and more.

Creating a large, rich and diverse habitat, in the heart of the largest metropolitan area in Israel,  provides shelter and resources for millions of migratory birds.




amongst the resident birds easily found are:

Yellow-legged gull, Striated heron, Night heron, Little egret, Great cormorant, Glossy Ibis, Grey Wagtail, Pied Kingfisher, White-breasted kingfisher, Palestine sunbird, yellow-vented bulbul, Graceful prinia, Sardinian warbler, Cetti’s warbler, Sparrowhawk, Eurasian Kestrel, Common Myna, vinous-breasted starling, Ring-necked parakeet, monk parakeet, Mallard, Egyptian goose, Moorhen.



Coypu, golden jackal




How to get there?

walk along the Yarkon upstream until you reach nearby 'Sheva Tachanot' site

the birding park is 100m' south west. 'Sheva Tahanot' is an excellent birding spot too.

Opening hours : 6:30 - 18:30

as for now the site is not manned.



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