–>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:
Great Crested Grebe
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Rufous Nightingale (dead in the road)
Southern Grey Shrike
Thanks to Francisco Samper for him interest in the Burgos birds
Gryffon Vulture Egyptian Vulture*Great TitBlue Tit SiskinBlackbirdShort-toed Treecreeper Alpine ChoughLong-tailed TitDipper Common or Iberian Chiffchaff Black Kite* Crag Martin* *The first of the season.