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Grey Heron and Marsh Harrier Fligths in Le Clot Lagoon. Ebro Delta V

Posted Friday 8th January 2016 at 09:13 by Moncho
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A female marsh harrier steals the prey to other female marsh harrier in Le Clot Lagoon in Ebro Delta.
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500 hundred Flamingos in Través Bridge. Ebro Delta IV.

Posted Friday 1st January 2016 at 10:02 by Moncho
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We arrived at Través bridge separating L'Encanyssada of L'Clot lagoons.
East of L'Encanyssada lagoon was full of flamingos I counted more than five hundred. Above the mass of flamingos there was a big group of coots and beyond ducks were also seen. There were too some cormorants, great egrets and grey herons.
Finally a big group of flamingos flew towards me and overflew Clot Lagoon and finally they come back to l´Encanyssada Lagoon.
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Purple Swamphen in Lagoon of L'Encanyissada. Ebro Delta III

Posted Friday 25th December 2015 at 11:03 by Moncho
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L'Encanyissada lagoon is the largest in Delta. It is full of flamingos.
In the Delta del Ebro flamingo population is around 10,000 birds. And most are in a radio of ten kilometers from this lagoon.
And so I went from Casa de Fusta by the bike path seeing flamingos, black necked grebes, mallards, great white egret, grey herons, and some cormorants
When I arrived at the west end of the lagoon, past the drain of El Tau, a female marsh harrier shadow...
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New York Trip Report - Day 4 (Doodletown & Plumb Beach)

Posted Monday 21st December 2015 at 20:51 by Wood Nymph
Day 4 - Sunday 24th May 2015

Sunday dawned with bright blue skies and sun, perfect weather for what was my most looked forward to day of our trip – Doodletown. Part of Bear Mountain State Park and situated just over an hour’s drive north of Manhattan, this fantastic area is a well-known and popular destination amongst New York birders.


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New York Trip Report - Day 3 (Prospect Park)

Posted Friday 18th December 2015 at 22:42 by Wood Nymph
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Day 3 - Saturday 23rd May 2015

We arose bright and early the next morning ready for our first day at a new location – Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Taking the tube and arriving at around half 8, it was obvious that despite not being there at the crack of dawn, the day would provide a wealth of birds – there had evidently been a huge fall in the night. Taking just a few steps down the path, I immediately heard a call that was now engraved in my memory – the high pitched chiming trill...
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