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Old Saturday 8th October 2011, 09:20   #26
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Monnegre used to be a good site for Trumpeter Finch. It's been five years since I was last there, so not sure if if they are still around.
I have been told there are Trumpeter's at Crevillente but haven't seen them myself.
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It looks like El Hondo will be the place in Spain for Greater Spotted Eagles again this winter, Graham Critchell has reported one yesterday (18th Oct) and Tönn the Estonian satellite-tracked GSE is heading through Belgium on his way there. He is a bit later than last year, hopefully the cooler weather will send him southwards a bit faster!
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Hello Mark,
I send you the link to download our recce trip report to Alicante-Murcia-Almería, which is in Spanish. I am sorry but I have no time to produce an English version now, but in case you get it translated, I will edit it again in English with photos...

Hope you enjoy it!

Link (will be due in a week's time or so): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11970582/201...%C3%B3nica.pdf

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My good friend and photographic colleague John Oliver has found a major rarity in the Clot de Galvany reserve south of Alicante on 28th October - an African Desert Warbler.

Here are the two photos he sent me, reproduced here with his permission, and thanks to the chaps in the ID forum who confirmed it!
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Tonn the Estonian-born Greater Spotted Eagle has arrived at El Hondo for his fourth consecutive winter. He was seen and photographed yesterday 6th November by Graham Critchell.

He is fairly easy to see, either from the Vistabella Road which skirts the southern edge of El Hondo, there is a large gate about halfway along this road with several tall trees behind it, Tonn favours these trees for roosting and as a lookout point; or you can obtain access to the northern part of the reserve by making a booking with the reserve centre - there is a row of trees along the route where Tonn also tends to hang about.

I wouldn't say you are guaranteed to see GSE, but you'd have to be extraordinarily unlucky to miss him if you went there for two or three visits while you were in the area.

I should be there in December, and we'll see how many GSEs turn up - there were 5 of them there last year!
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Pre-Xmas Visit

I've managed to find an excuse to get down to Alicante again for a week and boy does it feel cold here - which is surprising as I left Aberdeen when it was just above freezing and it's a good 10 degrees more here, but somehow it feels a lot colder than that, something to do with the relative humidity I suppose.

My last comment about how good the Vistabella Road to the south of El Hondo is for seeing birds (particularly the Greater Spotted Eagles) has been blown out of the water - there is a lot of excavation for a programme of drainage improvements going on and all the good sites are occupied by earth-moving machinery. The GSE's are here, though - there are 3 present and I had a very distant view of one of them from the Reserve Centre this afternoon, too far away to see if it was Tonn with his satellite antenna.

Water levels are very good in Hondo, so there are plenty of birds about. One very unexpected bird was this Slavonian Grebe in winter dress, more usual was the delightful Bluethroat which is a common winter visitor to the area.

The good news is that there isn't a mozzie in sight!
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That's a Black-necked Grebe, not a Slavonian I'm afraid.
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D*mn and Blast!

I knew I should have waited before posting that one and get an expert's view, and today I had exactly that - the President of the Costa Blanca Bird Club Malcolm Palmer took one look at my Grebe photo (it is indeed a Black-necked) and told me I was a blithering idiot...

Fortunately he did not do this within earshot of about 45 members of the CBBC, whom I joined today for their December field trip around El Hondo; there was a wide range of abilities among the group from red-hot experts to total novices. I mentally put myself towards the lower range of those abilities.

Despite the large group numbers present (or perhaps because of it), a good number of birds were seen and identified, although sadly no definite GSE (there might have been one way off in the distance). My personal highlight was seeing and being told the differences between Little Stint and Temminck's Stint, both of which could be seen side-by-side on a small pool along the Vistabella Road, I hope I've got the two in this photo of the day!

An excellent days birding finished off at Santa Pola habour to watch the fishing fleet come in surrounded by gulls and other seabirds - between us we got Gannet, Balearic Shearwater, Yellow-legged, Lesser Black-backed, Audouin's, Mediterranean and Black-headed Gulls which just about Laridae'd me out...
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I've managed to find an excuse to get down to Alicante again for a week and boy does it feel cold here - which is surprising as I left Aberdeen when it was just above freezing and it's a good 10 degrees more here, but somehow it feels a lot colder than that, something to do with the relative humidity I suppose.

My last comment about how good the Vistabella Road to the south of El Hondo is for seeing birds (particularly the Greater Spotted Eagles) has been blown out of the water - there is a lot of excavation for a programme of drainage improvements going on and all the good sites are occupied by earth-moving machinery. The GSE's are here, though - there are 3 present and I had a very distant view of one of them from the Reserve Centre this afternoon, too far away to see if it was Tonn with his satellite antenna.

Water levels are very good in Hondo, so there are plenty of birds about. One very unexpected bird was this Slavonian Grebe in winter dress, more usual was the delightful Bluethroat which is a common winter visitor to the area.

The good news is that there isn't a mozzie in sight!

Aaaaarrrgghh! I'm going over there for a week in January and I was hoping to use the info you gave about that road. Let's hope the diggers have finished and moved off when I get there.
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It's not that bad - a couple of vantage points have been flattened but the important thing is that the two hides along that road still appear to be open - I will confirm that over the next few days. There is some good birding available in the fields to the south of the road, there has been heavy rain this autumn and there are several shallow pools which this afternoon held the 2 Stint species, Water Pipit, Dunlin and various Larks. Marsh and Hen Harrier were seen hunting over these fields as well. We didn't see any Cranes today but they are also about, it's just a matter of finding which field they are in!
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We all have them - days when it seems that all the birds have gone into hiding or stay resolutely out of camera range - well this morning seemed to be going that way.

I went along the notorious N332 road over the Santa Pola salinas, but at each layby there were no birds which seemed willing to pose for a portrait, despite the fact that the road was unusually quiet. A great pity, because I could see half a dozen Spoonbills, two Great Egrets and the usual Flamingo flock way off in the distance. An Osprey was diving at the far south end of the pools, but there was nowhere to safely park to get even a record shot!

I went on to El Pinet reserve which was notable for the complete absence of birds - the ponds were very full, leaving no sandbanks for waders, there were no Slender-billed Gulls either (this site is usually a guaranteed sighting point for them) and the Tern nesting banks were empty, you usually get something resting on them!

So I went back to the Vistabella Road at El Hondo, where the workmen were in full flow on the new drainage system - the only good thing about that was that they are getting the work done very quickly and it should be finished soon, leaving the area to the birds again.

For the afternoon I visited my local reserve at the Clot de Galvany, where I spent an enjoyable time photographing Black Redstarts and Stonechats, but the highlight was an inquisitive Dartford Warbler which gave me my shot of the day.
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Despite what the Costa Blanca brochures might say, not every day is wall-to-wall sunshine, and today was dull grey with a stiff breeze blowing, keeping the birds mostly down and out of sight.

The area in which I have a holiday home is very quiet at this time of year, with many of the local shops and restaurants closed. I fancied a bit of Spanish for lunch (food - not what you just thought there) and went to a Spanish restaurant where I have had excellent meals before for a seafood paella.

Perhaps they've just given up trying while there are few visitors about, but that paella I had today was the worst example of reheated mush I've had in a long time. The place has gone into my little black book...

Still, I managed a nice shot of a Serin later on in the afternoon.
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Still grey, windy and cold this morning, but I had already booked to enter the North Gate at El Hondo - it is a pity that the designated hours are 0815 to 1115, it's too dark so you waste an hour at the beginning, and you have to leave just as things are getting interesting

Not many photographic possibilities there today, but I had sightings of one of the Great Spotted Eagles (there are 3 there at present), Osprey, Booted Eagles and Marsh Harriers. Lots of waterfowl also in evidence, with many White-headed Ducks, Pintail, Shoveler, Red crested Pochard and Wigeon among the innumerable Coots. Smaller birds were keeping their heads down in the wind and cold, but Bluethroats and a Cetti's Warbler were also seen.

The Santa Pola salinas proved a much better prospect this afternoon - the Bonmati Saltworks acces road to the south had a nice selection of waders and Slender-billed Gulls within photographic distance. Below we have 2 variations on a Dulin theme, a Little Stint, a Redshank and the SB Gull.
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Well that's my pre-Xmas week over, back home tomorrow with a grand total of 128 species icluding 2 "lifers" - Black-bellied Sandgrouse and Short-toed Treecreeper.

For my final day, I asked Graham Critchell to show me the location for possible Alpine Accentors in the Sierra Espuna park - well there weren't any AAs up there, and nothing else either! Although the sun was shining, the wind was howling across the tops, and the temperature felt about minus 10, no wonder the birds weren't showing...

In the forested slopes we had excellent views of the STC and a very obliging Crested Tit, with plenty of Crossbills, Jays, Chaffinches and Coal Tits in evidence as well.

Finally it was on to the plains around Guadalentin, where we picked up a pair of very distant Black-bellied Sandgrouse and a Water Pipit. Unfortunately this good site for the Sandgrouse and also Little Bustard which have been seen in the area is under a lot of agricultural development which is destroying the habitat for these birds

A final note for Barred Wobbler - the situation on the Vistabella Road at the moment is that the work stops over the weekend and access is possible to the hide along that road. The bad news is that the hide is being rebuilt, when I was there yesterday the hut had just been completed and creosoted, but there were no windows or seats in place yet. The good news is that this has happened during the last week, so by the time you're there in January the work should be finished both on the hide and on the new drainage system.

It will be interesting to see how things have developed by next month - I should be back out here in March or early April!
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Great to find this thread here! As my in-laws have retired out to La Marina, we go out there 2-3 times a year, and as I am - at best - an enthusiastic amateur, I am always on the look out for somewhere I can get a second opinion!

Despite the criticism the area gets, I love it there! And even though I have relatively little time to go out exploring and looking for birdlife, due to the demands of 4-year-old twins, I feel I have found some great places to go. I tend to gravitate towards El Pinet and the estuary at Guardamar del Segura. Have not made it to El Hondo as yet, but maybe next trip (coming up in March/April)

Some sightings that got me excited:
- watching a beautiful roller soaring from wire to wire across an orange grove next to the Urbanizacion La Marina
- watching the acrobatics of 4 or 5 collared pratincoles on El Pinet
- the huge number of different warblers singing in the Spring, especially the brilliant vocals of the great reed warblers!
- getting our girls involved by helping them spot (and differentiate between) flamingos, spoonbills, avocets and stilts
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For information... which is the Vistabella road...?! I looked on Google maps, and most roads aren't labelled! If I am heading along the Dolores-Elche north road towards Elche, which way do I go?

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Hi Iazza
If you are in La Marina, take the Elche road going northwards (CV860). You come to a roundabout where the CV855 Dolores-Elche road joins it from the left, continue straight ahead (the road is now the CV855).
The next junction is a crossroads, turn left along this and you are on the Vistabella road.
This map may show it better, zoom in on the bottom right of the green patch which is El Hondo.
Continue along for about half a mile and you will see the reedbeds on the right-hand side. Go on another half mile, you will see a bridge over the canal which gives you access to the reedbed hides, and further along is Vistabella House opposite the South Gate to El Hondo (no access into the reserve here, but very good birding along this part of the road). Go further along and the reedbeds ends, there is a track on the right which you can drive along a short way and park, further access to the reed beds from here, and look out for raptors on the wires and other birds in the rough patch to the left.

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Thanks :)

Looking forward to our April trip. Those reedbeds are sure to hold some beautiful/noisy singers!
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Hi Mark

Thanks for all the information. Apologies if this request has already been dealt with elsewhere but I've just registered with the Birdforum.

We are camping at Marjal Costa Blanca (Catral) and would love to do some birding at El Hondo. Our only means of transport are our bikes as the motorhome is "plugged in" and a pain to move.

Is there much we can see within a 10km bike ride radius from Catral and where would you recommend?

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Hi Ralph

You couldn't be much closer to El Hondo if you tried! Have a look at a map online and you will see that you are about 15 minutes by bike (guesstimate - I don't cycle!) away from the reserve, and what's more the various tracks around Catral leading to El Hondo go through agricultural areas which in themselves are pretty good for birds.

Go Northeast to San Felipe Neri then east to reach the visitor centre, go due east to get to the Vistabella Road. This map will give you a starter!

I will be out there in a couple of weeks time, apparently the drainage work is just about finished now so we'll see what improvements have been made.
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Thanks Mark, appreciate your help, time to get the bikes out!

We are new to Spain after 5 years driving a 4x4 around southern Africa so Spanish birdlife is a bit of a mystery. Got excited spotting what we think was a crested lark yesterday on the campsite, makes a change from the wagtails and sparrows!

We spotted a small duck in one of the drainage channels near Catral the other day, very fast underwater diver, sadly it shot up an adjacent drain as we approached so never got an ID. Any ideas?

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