Monthly Archives: September 2011

Vultures and Kites from a hide

Last 6th August I went with a local guide, Jesus Porras (www.iberian-nature.com), to the Trujillo plains to watch carrion feeders from a hide. A dead lamb and a run over hare was their delicious breakfast. We went very early in … Continue reading

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Watching Black Vultures and Short-toed Eagle from the patio

Last spring, on 14th May, our guests were enjoing their drinks at the patio. A warm a quiet evening, when they could observe some Griffon and Black Vultures, and also a Short-toed Eagle. From the patio it is possible to … Continue reading

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Red-rumped Swallow nest building

 We have been lucky because the Red-rumped Swallows have nested in our patio several times. Under the arcade, and in two different places. The House Sparrows occupied the nests and due to their weight and careless, finally the nests collapse. … Continue reading

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