With much fewer mosquitos than expected, we have spent a wonderful morning birding at the Mouth of the Guadalhorce, with a wide variety of waders still on passage and our emblematic White-headed Ducks and Kentish Plovers.
Photo: White-headed Duck (Oxyura leucocephala)
Have a look at more pictures and the complete list of 45 species observed!
A really long and productive day to visit Montes de Malaga, El Torcal, Fuente de Piedra lake, Guadalteba Farmlands and Valley of the Guadalhorce.
Photo: Black Tern (Chlidonias niger)
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Have a look at some pictures of a fantastic tour around El Torcal, the Fuente de Piedra lake, Guadalteba farmlands, El Chorro and the Valley of the Guadalhorce, with Lesser and Greater Flamingos, Little Bustard, Montagu’s Harrier, Spanish Sparrow, Bonelli’s, Short-toed and Booted Eagles, Egyptian Vulture, Bee-eater and Lesser Kestrel as the highlights (among others!).
Photo: Bee-eater (Merops apiaster)