November is Wallcreeper month tours summary

We ran two Wallcreeper tours, one from the 6th to 9th November, and the other from the 13th to 16th November. Both were a great success in terms of the birds seen, and client satisfaction, or so they told us!

Winter wallcreeper tour: photographing the Wallcreeper

• Tour 1 exclusive highlights were 6 Wallcreepers, 1 Bonelli’s eagle, 1 Penduline Tit, 1 Golden Eagle, 1 Little Owl, 1 Hen Harrier, 4 Little Bustards and 2 Citril Finches. 106 species in all.

• Tour 2 exclusive highlights were 5 Wallcreepers, 20 Stone Curlews, 4 Ferruginous Duck, 4 Golden Eagles, 9 Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, 6 Little Bustards, 1 Brambling, 1 Osprey, 1 White-throated Dipper. 102 species in all.

• Common to both tours were Alpine Chough, Alpine Accentor, Black Wheatear, Blue Rock Thrush, Bearded Vulture, Calandra Lark, Common Crane, Crested Tit, Iberian Green Woodpecker, Iberian Grey Shrike, Long-legged Buzzard, Northern Goshawk, Sardinian Warbler, and more.

Admiring the views on the Winter Wallcreeper Tour

We’ll be running a final Wallcreeper Tour to mark the end of the winter 2022-2023 season in early March 2023. We’re studying the possibility of extending it from 4 days to 5 days, in order for us to get a better chance at the steppe species, which should include Great Bustard, both sandgrouse, Mediterranean Short-toed Lark, Dartford Warbler and maybe even early migrants such as Spectacled Warbler, Great Spotted Cuckoo, Egyptian Vulture, etc.

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One Response to “November is Wallcreeper month tours summary”

  1. Terje Grimsgaard Says:
  2. Interested in more infos regarding the final Wallcreeper tour in March 2023 (1 or to persons)

    Best Regards
    Terje Grimsgaard

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