Trip Reports

Northern Morocco March 2012

What a cracking start to our 7 - day tour of Southern Spain and Northern Morocco 
we had lovely sunshine and everyone arrived on time. I collected Sandra, Chris and 
Andy from Malaga Airport at 11am and we drove directly to the Guadalhorce Nature 
Reserve, en-route we stopped to buy a picnic lunch.
It was a little windy but we sat and ate our food at the mouth of the eastern 'arm' of 
the Rio Guadalhorce. Our first birds on the list were Crested Larks, quickly followed 
by Kentish Plover, Sanderling, 3, Black-necked Grebes on the sea near a Great 
Cormorants. A couple of Ruddy Turnstones were seen on the sea defence rocks.

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