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Extremadura: All Bustards Great and Small

Birdwatching in Extremadura, Spain Saturday 9th - Wednesday 13th March 2013

Poppy field Spain
Come and join us in the stunning landscape full of birds

Great Bustard 1
The bird of the trip will be Great Bustard - our trip is timed to see spectacular displaying males

Little Bustard male
We will also enjoy the "raspberry blower" male Little Bustard

Little Bustard female
Not forgetting the females of course!

Short toed Eagle Spain
Eagles will be a feature of this trip with five species possible

Hoopoe left 1
Hoopoes should be a regular encounter

White Storks flight Spain
Migrant birds will be arriving - including majestic White Storks

Griffon Vultures 4
Storks will compete for air space with Griffon and Black Vultures

Azure winged Magpie 1
Azure-winged Magpie, a must-see resident, perhaps in the hotel garden

Casa Rural Martins house
This is where we stay, a lovely family-run small hotel, with an expert birder resident!

Corn Bunting 1
Every wire will have a singing Corn Bunting

Spotless Starling 1 E
Spotless Starlings share the roof of the old bullring with....

Lesser Kestrel 1 E
... Lesser Kestrels, as Red-rumped Swallows swoop overhead

Pena Falcon rock
Here we hope to see the awesome Spanish Imperial Eagle, rare and endemic

Bee eater Spain 2
With luck some early Bee-eaters might be in

We know you will love this magical tour packed with wonderful birds in stunning landscapes. We are limiting places on this trip to maximise the views of the displaying and breeding birds, and with a small group we will have the chance of brilliant views without risk of disturbing the birds. This also means that you have the very best customer care, which we aim to provide on all our tours.

The cost of this fully-inclusive small group tour is £895 per person (no single supplement). Please note that the tour begins in Madrid so does not include flights. We are happy to give advice on flights to Madrid.

For more details of this, and any other of our tours simply drop us a line on and we will send you our detailed Trip Itinerary.

We look forward to sharing some of Spain's finest Birdwatching with you!


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