We enjoyed a nice birdwalking trip in excelent weather to record most of the gems of El Chorro including Griffon Vulture, Peregrine Falcon, Golden and Bonelli’s Eagles, Sardinian and Dartford Warblers, Thekla Lark, Rock Bunting, Crested Tit, Firecrest, Short-toed Treecreeper and Common Crossbill.
Photo: Common Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra)
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The Malaga City Council Tourist Board has organized this press trip with the help of David Lindo who has joined a fantastic group of birders together to come and know the big birdwatching tourism potential of Malaga and The Route of 100 Birds.
Here are some pictures, only a few, because, as David said, the weather conditions were not the best and taking good pictures was difficult this time.
Here are some pictures of an interesting morning at Monte San Anton, at the east end of Malaga city, in which we found such interesting species as Peregrine Falcon, Booted Eagle, Sparrowhawk, Common Buzzard, Blue Rock Thrush, Black Wheatear, Dartford and Sardinian Warblers and even a Griffon Vulture and a Black Stork.
The westernmost Costa del Sol lies between rough mountains, the sea and the “Campo de Gibraltar” rolling hills, a real birding paradise for locals and visitors.
Photo: White Wagtail (Motacilla alba)
Have a look at many more pictures and the complete list of 40 species observed!