Birding In Spain newsletter

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Birding In Spain

The summer edition of the Birding In Spain Birds and Birding Newsletter is available here.

Just click on the BIS logo or on this link to download the latest Birds and Birding Newsletter Summer 2011

The sections include:

Catalonia Bird Tour News – who, where and when?

Birders Like You – an engaging new section where visiting birders are the protagonists

 Birders like you

Bird News – from Catalonia. Red-footed Falcons, Little Bustards and more.

Birding In Spain Video Channel – we have almost 20 videos on our new You Tube channel. All birds, of course! Hoopoe, Montagu’s Harrier, a really entertaining pair of Little Owls and much more.

Bird fair auction – see what we are offering at the Bird Fair auction this year

Winter tours – explains the delights of winter birding in northeast Spain

Seawatching excursions – Balearic Shearwaters, Pomarine Skuas, and what else?

Best Accommodation for birders – don’t mess up your holiday by choosing the wrong place to stay. Take our informed advice. It’s free.

Accommodation for birders in Spain


2 Responses to “Birding In Spain newsletter”

  1. ALAN BALE Says:
  2. Dear Steve,

    just to add to the Eleanora’s falcon bat catcher (dark form) we were lucky to see another more multicoloured individual near La Donzell d’Urgell, on 25th July, in the early evening. There were two young goshawks crying out and playing on the breeze in our area too most of that week.

    Earlier that day, from the comfort of our roof terrace in Ca la Nuria, Montclar, I saw great through the wing views of a party of three pallid swifts showing the contrast of dark outer primaries and larger white throat bib. They were probably passing through but who knows ?

    During our two weeks plenty of short toed, golden and booted eagles and parties of black and red kites over the fields and woods below us. On our visit to Montsonis we saw two adult Egyptian vultures but the usual Bonellis were probably watching us from the shade.

    Good to see you and Florinda at our Festa Major.

    PS we think the newsletter is excellent.

    Happy Birding.

  3. admin Says:
  4. Thanks for your comments Alan, they’re much appreciated!

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