Young season

 Grey Wagtail, young and adult

As we saw in our previous birding tour, in the P.N. Hoces del Alto Ebro y Rudrón Natural Reserve, the number of young birds is very striking, we can see many young birds of differents species, many of them still not far from their nests and fed by their parents, Shrikes, Wagtails, Finches, Sparrows … In this great birding day with a good time of sun and clouds, but with some wind, we recorded a total of 51 species in just over four hours. One of the Red-backed Shrikes families, was one of the first family groups seen, other adults and their chicks were Grey Wagtail, Rock Sparrows, Stonechats, Sand Martin, Spotless Starling, Serin, … Five species of raptors, Griffon Vulture, Egyptian Vulture, Booted Eagle, Common Buzzard, Black Kite. Interesting behaviour of Common Redstart, using a clothesline like lookout post for hunting.

Looking for river birds
Young Barn Swallow
Egyptian Vulture
looking for rocky birds
Griffon Vulture
Young Grey Wagtail
Clothespeg and Common Redstart
looking for Buntings and Chats
Yellowhammer
The birders

Bird List
Black Kite

Egyptian Vulture

Griffon Vulture
Common Buzzard
Booted Eagle

Common Wood Pigeon

Common Cuckoo

Common Swift
Hoopoe
Wryneck
Iberian Green Woodpecker

Great Spotted Woodpecker

Skylark

Sand Martin
Crag Martin
Barn Swallow

House Martin

Tree Pipit
Grey Wagtail

White Wagtail

Wren

European Robin

Black Redstart
Common Redstart
Common Stonechat

Wheatear
Blackbird

Song Thrush

Garden Warbler
Blackcap

Bonelli’s Warbler

Iberian Chiffchaff
Blue Tit
Great Tit
Short-toed Treecreeper
Golden Oriol
Red-backed Shrike

Jay
Magpie
Red-billed Chough
Carrion Crow

Raven

Spotless Starling

House Sparrow

Rock Sparrow
Common Chaffinch

Serin


Goldfinch

Linnet

Yellowhammer

Cirl Bunting

Corn Bunting

Thank you very much to Helen and David for your interest in the birds of Burgos
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