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Images from Extremadura Spain

Pena Falcon March 2013
The Monfrague National Park provided a real contrast of scenery from the rolling plains.

Griffon Vulture trim PF
The views of the raptors are just breath taking, here a Griffon Vulture.

Black Stork trim
Black Storks also showed very well indeed.

Pena Falcon birders March 2013
We soaked up the views of amazing birds.

Black Vulture trim
Huge Black Vultures were also on the wing right overhead.

Spanish Imperial Eagle Mar 2013
Our lunch stop produced a wonderful Spanish Imperial Eagle in the sun.

Cork Oak tree
The area is home to the famous Cork Oak trees, do buy wine with real cork it helps ensure this wildlife rich habitat survives.

Great spotted Cuckoo trim Mar
We were very lucky with Great spotted Cuckoos seeing several each day, brilliant.

Hoopoe on post trim
Hoopoes were also a daily pleasure and some posed nicely.

Iberian Hare trim
We also enjoyed a number of Iberian Hares.

L Kestrel bullring trim
Lesser Kestrels had already returned in good numbers and we had amazing views.

L Kestrel flight trim

L Kestrel pair trim
The views were so good we could clearly see the pale claws of the females.

It was a brilliant trip and one we will be running again, come and join us. But don't just take our word for it, we had a lovely message from one of the participants on this tour...

"What a marvellous trip! It fully came up to expectations and more. Superb birds, great accommodation and great company. The whole trip went without a hitch, and was much enjoyed. This was my first trip with you and it certainly won't be my last!" John North Wales.

For details of all our forthcoming trips please drop us a line..

We look forward to enjoying great birds with you soon.


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