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Andalucia June 2013 Second Trip

This short birding break produced some of the best and rarest birds that Andalucia has to offer. 
How about this for a list: white headed duck, marbled duck, ferruginous 
duck, red-knobbed coot, white rumped swift, rufous bush robin, 
black winged kite, rock thrush and a good list of other sought after species

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