Nika Paposhvili

7 Years Guiding Experience


Nika Paposhvili is working for the Ilia State University as a researcher. He is involved in bird conservation and research programs such as “Ecology and evolution of avian influenza virus (AIV) in wild birds in Georgia”; "Investigating breeding waterbirds in the Javakheti region" and "Monitoring wintering waterbirds in major wetlands of Georgia". 

He is leading the conservation project "Conservation of Velvet Scoter on Tabatskuri Lake in Georgia" over the past three years. He is an excellent birdwatching guide with around five years guiding experience, ornithologist, wildlife photographer and Georgia’s one of the leading bird conservationist.

Languages I speak: 
English - Fluently 

Tours From My Experience

My Team

Ecotours Georgia was established by the wildlife conservationists and nature lowers to develop sustainable tourism in Georgia, involve local people in tourism related projects and conserve Georgian flora and fauna. We are coming from the Georgian nature conservation NGO's and used to work on various projects regarding the bird conservation such as; Caucasian Black Grouse Project, Vultures of Georgia, Important Bird Areas in Georgia and etc. Furthermore, so far there exists only two books regarding the Georgian birds and our staff has worked on both of them (Raptors and Owls of Georgia, Birdwatching guide to Georgia). At the moment most of us are working for the Ilia State university and are involve in various nature conservation projects, also teaching to Bachelors and Master students.