Naturetrek's Go Slow in Southern Spain Tour 2019.05.12-18

The city of Malaga has hosted a top birdwatching tour operator’s week holiday around The Route of 100 Birds for the first time.

Photo: Greater Flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus)

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According to Naturetrek’s “Go Slow…” philosophy, the group enjoyed our birding spots in The Route of 100 Birds (El Torcal, Fuente de Piedra Lake and farmlands, Montes de Malaga, El Chorro and Mouth of the Guadalhorce), the most emblematic monuments, museums and gardens in the city of Malaga and Andalucia’s tasty gastronomy.

Our bird list at the end of the tour included 103 species, the highlights of the trips being the Melodious Warbler, Rock Sparrow and Black-eared Wheatear at El Torcal; Black-necked Grebe, White-headed Duck, Montagu’s Harrier, Bee-eater, Greater Flamingo, Curlew Sandpiper, Avocet and White Stork at the Fuente de Piedra Lake; Western Bonelli’s Warbler and Firecrest at Montes de Malaga; Griffon Vulture, Common Crossbill, Bonelli’s Eagle, Thekla Lark and Dartford Warbler at El Chorro; and Black-winged Stilt, Slender-billed and Audouin’s Gulls, Kentish Plover, Collared Pratincole and other waders, specially Sanderling, Black-tailed Godwit, Dunlin and Grey and Ringed Plovers in gorgeous summer plumage.

Our most sincere acknowledge to Naturetrek for their commitment to the city of Malaga and The Route of 100 Birds and, of course, for trusting Birdaytrip as local collaborator.

Last modified onSunday, 19 May 2019 18:36

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