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 variety of species.
‘Bird of the trip’ remained undecided but Golden Eagle, Spanish Imperial Eagle, Red-necked Nightjar and White Stork (a sighting of 3000 on the thermals) all got a vote. My personal favourite sighting was of the masses of Black Kites, seen everyday, a never ending stream heading south for warmer climes.Download Trip Report (1.86 MB)
We had a fabulous early spring Tour of two of the top destinations in Spain. Producing a bird list approaching 190 species we saw all of the 'most-wanted' species associated with these two superb birding areas. Spanish ...View Report
This was a private Tour booked by 5 American birders who wanted an extension into Spain after joining me in Morocco for 10 days during March. This mini-break went so well, we saw so many great species of birds and Orchids, that I have in...View Report
This was far from the best migration year, we had a diificult time finding common migrant birds let alone rare or uncommon species. The weather wasn't too bad except for a very stormy afternoon and evening in midweek. We mananged to ...View Report