Trip to Bricia Region

–>In the region of Bricia are several and different habitats, forests of oaks, peat bogs, pastures and is next to the reservoir water of the river Ebro.

A very hot day, but we have been a very good birding day, with 52 species recorder.
We did not see Little Kestrels, one of the objectives of the trip.
It is to emphasize the presence of a Black Stork in San Vicente of Villamezán village, Montagu’s Harrier in the high zones, and in a section of oak forest near Higón village, we observed the 6 species of Tits present in peninsular Spain.
List of species:
Gadwall
Mallard
Great Crested Grebe
Little Egret
Black Stork
Griffon Vulture
Montagu’s Harrier
Common Buzzard
Common Kestrel
Black-headed Gull
Common Woodpigeon
Common Cuckoo
Green Woodpecker
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Sky Lark
Twany Pipit
Tree Pipit
White Wagtail
Robin
Rufous Nightingale (dead in the road)
Whinchat
Common Stonechat
Northern Wheatear
Blackbird
Mistle Thrush
Cetti’s Warbler
Melodious Warbler
Blackcap
Iberian/Common Chiffchaff
Willow Warbler
Spotted Flycatcher
Pied Flycatcher
Long-tailed Tit
Marsh Tit
Crested Tit
Coal Tit
Blue Tit
Great Tit
Red-backed Shrike
Southern Grey Shrike
Magpie
Carrion Crow
Spotless Starling
House Sparrow
Rock Sparrow
Common Chaffinch
European Serin
Goldfinch
Linnet
Common Bullfinch
Yellowhammer
Cirl Bunting

Black Stork
Thanks to Francisco Samper for him interest in the Burgos birds

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