Satellite image of Tabatskuri Lake Tabatskuri Lake
Tavkvetila volkano Typical breeding habitats of Common Crane in Tabatskuri Lake basin, Narianis veli, 21 July 2001
Typical breeding habitats of Caucasian Black Grouse

BIRDWATCHING SITES: KTSIA-TABATSKURI RESERVE

Lake Tabatskuri which is the largest lake by volume in Georgia contains ca. 221 million m3, occupies an area of 14.2 km2 and is up to 42.2 m deep. Located on the borders of Borjomi and Akhalkalaki administrative units at an altitude of 1,997 m above sea level, the Lake belongs to the Ktsia-Khrami basin. Two villages Tabatskuri and Moliti are situated along the shores of the Lake.
Lake Tabatskuri plays an important role for migratory birds providing habitats for nesting and breeding for them
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