A good deal of rain had fallen during early spring and wild flowers covered every square meter of the uncultivated land. Seasonal
pools were full but despite the promise of a great birding trip it did not fully materialize as we had to work hard to find some of the
annual migrants that usually grace the pools and flower meadows; several species that were normally present did not turn up at all
during our stay.
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We had a wet and windy week in Weymouth, rain and high winds spoilt some of our days, but we went home happy with many excellent sightings and some memorable experiences. We saw one or two rare species and a few uncommon migrants as well...View Report
It had a been a very good week not a great week! We had mixed fortunes with both birding and the weather and I guess they are both inextricably connected. Just as we did last year we picked up one or two goodies each day, we saw Jack Sni...View Report
ANOTHER GREAT MIGRATION TOUR finished where it started, back in Malaga. We had seen 168 species and heard a couple more, Common Nightingale and Wren. I had a fantastic group, full of ethusiasm and very keen to seek out a tremendous varie...View Report