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"Spring Migration in SPAIN, April 2013" (1 Viewer)


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"I have a FIVE DAY / FOUR NIGHT trip booked with Catalan Bird Tours in Spain, accommodation included, from Saturday, 6th to Wednesday, 10th April 2013 and they can accommodate one, or may be two, more birders, which would help everyone share on costs. Sharing just some of the days is possible.

http://www.catalanbirdtours.com/spain birding migration.html

I arrive in BARCELONA 'El Prat' airport at 1435 hrs on 6th April and am scheduled to depart at 15.00 hrs on Wednesday, 10th but other flight times can be accommodated.

The current flexible itinerary is:

Day One, 6th: The LLOBREGAT wetlands and GARRAF HILLS for crakes and other migrants plus Bonelli's Eagle, Iberian Grey Shrike, Moustached Warbler, Penduline Tit, etc.

Day Two, 7th: The STEPPES of Los Monegros for Dupont's Lark, Black-bellied and Pin-tailed sandgrouse, Little Bustard, Spectacled Warbler, raptors, etc.

Day Three, 8th: The STEPPES of Lleida for Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, Little Bustard, Great Spotted Cuckoo, Stone-curlew, Black Wheatear, etc.

Day Four, 9th: The EBRO DELTA for crakes and other migrants, Collared Pratincole, Audouin's Gull, Slender-billed Gull, etc.

Day Five, 10th: The PYRENEES for Lammergeier, Alpine Chough, Citril Finch and possibly Wallcreeper, etc. before dropping off at the airport en route.

For more details, costs, testimonials, etc. or to make target species or birding location requests, you can contact Stephen Christopher directly via his website - www.catalanbirdtours.com - or PM "Stephen C" on Bird Forum."
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