We are reaching the end of November and migration is getting slower. Let us look back on this season. Spanish Imperial Eagles are becoming more common in the area, probably because the populations is growing. This year saw an unprecedent number of Lesser Spotted Eagles in the area, 6 different birds were seen between September and November! Also, huge flocks of Griffon Vultures, more than 1000 appeared, with also Rüppell’s and Black Vultures with them. A Pallid Harrier was also spotted, a regular visitor now. Other species included Black Stork, Honey Buzzard, Booted Eagle and Egyptian Vulture among others.

The area is also nice in spring and there are still vacancies for next autumn, have a look here.

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