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Dunlins, ringed plovers, whimbrels and other birds with high tide in O Bao. Umia-Grov

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Water rail in O Bao. Umia-Grove Intertidal II

Posted Friday 9th September 2016 at 07:35 by Moncho
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A group of watr rails was in Rego dos Mouros, the small west part of the intertidal.
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Black-tailed Godwits in O Bao South. Umia-Grove intertidal In the exterior part of

Posted Friday 2nd September 2016 at 07:59 by Moncho
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Ramsar Intertidal Umia-Grove it is one of the best and less known places in Spain for birdwatching

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White-throated dipper in Foces del Esva. Asturias.

Posted Friday 26th August 2016 at 10:08 by Moncho
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I was looking for bird in river Esva in Asturias.
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Bullfinch in Somiedo. Asturias III

Posted Friday 19th August 2016 at 06:55 by Moncho
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I went on my path from Braña de Mumián towards El Coto de Buenamadre. A griffon vulture overflew me. I listened a couple of stonechats.

The second part ot the path was going down by a beech forest. The branches were full of beechnuts. Some beechnuts were opened beside the always visible stools of a small carnivore.

Could be casuality because I saw more stools without beechnuts, only these plum or cherry seeds.

In the low ligth...
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