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Want to see Iberian Magpie on live?

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Old Monday 16th December 2019, 09:38   #1
SdelPozuelo
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Location: Collado Villalba, Madrid, Spain
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Wink Want to see Iberian Magpie on live?

Hello,
I collaborate with the Spanish partner of BirdLife, called SEO/BirdLife (www.seo.org), in managing a couple of live birdcams on my neighbourhood.

Depending of the season the camera could show a Black Redstart nest, a pond with about 50 distinct bird’s species or, currently, a new feeder with a small drinker.

One of the most popular bird in the feeder is the Iberian Magpie (Cyanopica cooki), that recently was separated from the Azure-winged magpie (Cyanopica cyanus).

Do you want to see these wonderful Iberian Magpies interacting with Common Sparrow? Just click on the following link:


https://youtu.be/kp4RAgCgVLY

Enjoy it!
Cheers,
Santiago


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