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.
What a fabulous place to go birding! A beautiful verdant country with terrific scenery an abundance of wildlife and very friendly people. This, our second tour produced 240 species of birds, around 40 butterflies and 26 mamma...View Report
We had a smashing week of sunshine and birding, it was a little too hot at times but we really enjoyed the rapot migration and the birds of La Janda.Overall the raptor passage was sporadic and not as good as recent years, there were one ...View Report
A long-weekend tour of this magnificent coastline included visits to Lindisfarne (Holy Island), Inner Farne, Staple Island and Coquet Island a little further south. It was fantastic, a birder's heaven and one of the best birding expe...View Report