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Corrubedo Natural Park and Surroundings. Aguiño harbour and Vixan

Posted Friday 8th August 2014 at 07:53 by Moncho
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In the breakwater of Aguiño harbour you could see a group of black-headed gulls, but the left one looked more like a mediterranean Gull. A young ringed plover walked on the beach and another one was on the breakwater. Flocks of Yellow-legged gull occupied the bottom of the breakwater, but in a quick look I did not see great black-backed gulls like in the winter. I saw this ringed cormorant on a distant rock. Maybe G?8 white plastic ring on the left leg. The metal one...
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Mountain Plover nest conservation on private crop fields.

Posted Wednesday 6th August 2014 at 22:54 by Rick and Elis
The Mountain Plover, often known as “Prairie Ghost”, is a small ground nesting bird living in the short-grass prairie ecoregion of Rocky Mountain West of North America.

Since the 1920’s, native short-grass prairie habitat has diminished as much as 52% due to conversion of these grasslands to crop land agriculture, diminished fire frequency, destruction of prairie dog towns and decline of native grazers.http://www.waderquest.org/2014/08/gu...over-nest.html
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Mouth of the Stuary. Ladeira beach at Corrubedo

Posted Friday 1st August 2014 at 07:33 by Moncho
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The Atlantic Ocean shoreline outside Arousa Stuary extends north from Aguiño. In this place begins Corrubedo Natural Park. Wagtails are usual on beach Ladeira beside Corrubedo Village, both black and grey. I saw some cormorant on the rocks far away. Too far away for see if they are cormorants or shags. Magpies were on the roofs of the houses beside de beach. Sparrows look for food in the beach. In the distance we saw what I think were two greenshanks and a bar-tailed...
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Little Curlew tracking project update.

Posted Wednesday 30th July 2014 at 23:04 by Rick and Elis
It has been a bit over a month since the last Little Curlew update and we have some news to report.

The most interesting thing that has happened since the last update is that LC 131943 has kept moving north. It arrived on the coast of China between 19th of June and 24th of June landing between Hong Kong and Shantou. On the 28th of June it was on an island 60 km east of Fuqing, in the Putian region (where 131945 and 131947 also stopped on migration).
From here, it moved to...
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Arousa Norte. Center of the stuary

Posted Friday 25th July 2014 at 09:17 by Moncho
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Carrions crows were abundant in the slime of Pozo Negro in Boiro.There was a lot of gulls, both lesser black headed ones as yellow-legged ones. Half a dozen grey herons were beyond the river. Some of them flied up to the trees. Apparently they are more prevalent in the early hours of the morning and with high tide. Later they scatter to the beachs around. But I have to confirm this item in the rest of the summer. This couple of egrets was what surprised me more.
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