Escrito em 15 de outubro de 2023
Our recommendation for a birding destination this autumn will be Southern Spain, with locations like the Strait of Gibraltar or Tarifa, famously known as incredible and unmissable destinations for witnessing autumn migration.
The best way to reach this region of Spain and Gibraltar (if you wish) is either the International Airport of Seville or the International Airport of Málaga. Of course, in the alternative, you can always try to fly to Gibraltar Airport.
If you opt for Seville, you can always dedicate a day (or more!) to the nearby Doñana National Park or the Guadalquivir River and look for species ... Ler mais
Escrito em 10 de agosto de 2023
Bird migration vulgarly means two-way journeys - the onward from home to a new place and the journey back. As we previously covered in other articles, this migration tends to happen in specific periods of time, usually, spring and autumn, as birds look for better conditions to ensure their survival.
In this article, we will write about some of the bird migration types. Not all birds migrate, but, one way or another, every species is subject to some periodical movement. Typically, the birds in the Northern Hemisphere have more tendency to migrate.
Types of Bird Migration
The latitudinal ... Ler mais
Escrito em 14 de junho de 2023
Iceland offers a great diversity of habitats for birdwatching. Despite lacking the species diversity found in other birding hotspots worldwide, the snow-capped volcanoes, countless waterfalls, lakes, green meadows and rugged fjords provide stunning scenarios for birdwatching.
This country, located between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Oceans, is home to several breeding colonies of seabirds and shorebirds. So, species from these families are easily seen everywhere. Therefore, you should look for the peak of the breeding season to witness amazing mating rituals, see bussy colonies making nests or observe their first fledglings.
Northern Fulmar, Fulmarus glacialis.
For duck and ... Ler mais