Bird watching at the Mouth of the Guadalhorce

The search for the Velvet Scoters ended up in a really enjoyable birding evening…

Photo: Curlew (Numenius arquata)

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Attracted by the presence of three Velvet Scoters here in the last days, I have visited the reserve this evening.

I met Mick Richardson whole looking for the Scoters so it was much easier to find them with his help. There was a big flock of Common Scoters and we soon spotted the three Velvet ones a little far away from the shore for some decent pictures.

Later, in the reserve, with the company of some Danish friends and Antonio Tamayo, we could enjoy great views of Curlew, Pintail, Spotless and Common Starlings, Spoonbill, Black-necked Grebes, Booted Eagles and Marsh Harriers among many other birds.

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Last modified onTuesday, 29 January 2019 21:51

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