Bird watching

Preparing the itinerary through Caceres. Part I.

Pin-tailed Sandgrouse - Ganga común - Pterocles alchata

In the middle of last December we spent a few days in the city of Caceres and its surroundings, finalizing details for one of the itineraries that will soon be included in our Natural Heritage Travel Catalogue 2013.

Santoña, Victoria and Joyel Marshes

Grey Heron Garza Real Ardea cinerea

At the height of summer is not the best period of the year to visit this Natural Park of the Cantabrian Coast if you want to enjoy the wide variety of birds which it can host.

Tierra de Pinares – In search of the Iberian Imperial Eagle

European Bee eater Abejaruco Merops apiaster

We had a great Saturday morning in search of the Iberian Imperial Eagle (Aquila adalberti) through the pine forest in “Tierra de Pinares”.  This is a natural area located in the Spanish region of Castilla y León, and comprises the north of the province of Segovia and the south of the province of Valladolid. This endangered bird is expanding in this area in recent years.

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