Items filtered by date: March 2019

Some trips to El Chorro in the last week

Enjoy some pictures of three trips to El Chorro, with Griffon Vultures, Lesser Kestrels, Common Crossbills, Egyptian Vultures and other interesting birds of Malaga mountains…

Photo: Common Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra)

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Birding at Fuente de Piedra Lake and El Torcal

We have had a fantastic birding day at Fuente de Piedra and El Torcal, with great views of a Slender-billed Gull, several Spotted Crakes and Yellow Wagtails of the Central European race at Fuente de Piedra, and Griffon Vultures and Rock Buntings at El Torcal.

Photo: Central European race of Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla flava flava)

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Bird watching at the Mouth of the Guadalhorce

We had great views of the two most emblematic birds of the reserve, White-headed Ducks and Kentish Plovers, first observations of Wood Sandpipers and the display of a nice flock of Garganeys.

Photo: Sandwich Tern (Thalasseus sandvicensis)

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Birding at El Chorro and the Mouth of the Guadalhorce

Find some pictures of our trip to the Lesser Kestrels’ colony at the Guadalhorce Valley, El Chorro and the Mouth of the Guadalhorce for a nice list of 69 species observed.

Photo: Lesser Kestrel (Falco naumanni)

Have a look at the complete list of birds observed below!

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Course on Natural Values of Malaga Province

After fantastic talks about geomorphology, plants, invertebrates, birds, amphibia, reptiles, sealife and Mammals of Malaga province, we have had a great day out today to watch and enjoy such an amazing natural wealth.

Photo: Spotted Crake (Porzana porzana)

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