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Birds from close-up

Pack some field glasses or binoculars and come and experience the world of birdwatching in an thrilling way. You don't need to be an expert in the field, you only need to be ready to enjoy a genuine spectacle of nature: thousands of birds flying overhead through the sky. Discover the most interesting places in inland Spain, and specialised guides will give you all the keys to ensure you don't miss a single detail. A word of warning: you've experienced it, you're sure to become a birdwatching enthusiast.


Castile-La Mancha

Castile-La Mancha Tourist Board

Many of the species which migrate every year between Europe and Africa choose Castille-La Mancha as a resting place. The Lagunas de Ruidera Nature Reserve , the Cabañeros National Park and the Tablas de Daimiel National Park are just a few of the natural spaces you should make a note of on your birdwatching schedule. If you wish, you can be accompanied by environmental guides specialising in Castile-La Mancha and in bird habits.

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Praktische adviezen

  • >We recommend contacting an active tourism company before arranging your trip. Many of them offer birdwatching routes for both beginners and experts.
  • >Spring, autumn and winter are the best times of year for birdwatching in Castile-La Mancha.
  • >You must avoid disturbing the birds, and always keep to the signposted areas.

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Birds in Castile-La Mancha

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Castile-León

Map Castile-León Tourist Board

If you like watching birds in their natural habitat, in Castile-León you'll have a wonderful time on its over 500 kilometres of signposted birdwatching routes. What's more, about 250 rural accommodation units have people available who are trained in ornithology and offer practical information on the area and on the birds you'll find. You only have to choose where you want to stay, and then prepare to see some of the typical species in the region, including the black stork, the griffon vulture, the red kite, the Egyptian vulture, the black vulture, the wallcreeper... in spectacular settings such as the Picos de Europa National Park .
 

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Praktische adviezen

  • >When reserving accommodation, we recommend you visit the websites of all the local companies that organise activities related to birdwatching. You'll also find them on the link for the TRINO project.
  • >On the website www.birdwatchinspain.com you can download routes, and in some cases augmented reality applications for the mobile.
  • >You must avoid disturbing the birds, and always keep to the signposted areas.

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Birds in Castile-León

Extremadura

Extremadura Tourist Board

Did you know that over 300 species of birds fly over Extremadura throughout the year? And did you know that it is a refuge for some of Europe's most endangered species, such as the golden eagle and the black stork? In Extremadura not only will you find a wide variety of birds, natural spaces (such as the Monfragüe Nature Reserve and the Cornalvo Nature Reserve ) and recommended routes for ornithology, but you can also attend various events on this theme: the Crane Festival in Extremadura, the Bird Festival in Cáceres, the International Ornithological Tourism Fair, and the International Nature Tourism Film Festival. Come and enjoy one of the most popular destinations with ornithologists and amateur birdwatchers from all over the world.

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Praktische adviezen

  • >If you plan to go birdwatching on your own without the help of specialised guides, we recommend you stop by the nearest visitor centres for information about the place and the birds.
  • >You must avoid disturbing the animals, and always keep to the signposted areas.
  • >Depending on the habitat (Extremadura has Mediterranean forests, wooded pastures known as 'dehesa', scree beds, shrublands, grasslands, farmlands, reservoirs and rivers), you'll find various different species of birds.

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Birds in Extremadura

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Navarre

Navarre Tourist Board

Navarre has a multitude of spaces recommended for birdwatching ( Señorío de Bértiz Nature Reserve and Las Bardenas Reales Nature Reserve , among others). All are distinguished by their easy access and because they allow the birds to be seen without disturbing them or placing them at risk. If you decide to travel to Navarre, you'll find various points offering information for birdwatchers (visitor centres, observatories and natural recreational areas), companies offering these services, accommodation suitable for birdwatchers… and over 300 species awaiting your visit!

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Praktische adviezen

  • >You'll find different species of birds depending on the habitat (Navarre's typical Atlantic oak and beech forests, high-mountain areas, lakes and reservoirs, irrigated farmlands, steppe landscapes…). Depending on the place you visit, you may need one or another type of optical equipment.
  • >In summer it is advisable to time your outings for morning or evening to avoid the midday heat.
  • >In mountain areas the best time is in spring and summer, when there is no snow in the area.
  • >Check for the presence of wind before setting out, particularly in the area of La Ribera.
  • >You must avoid disturbing the birds, and always keep to the signposted areas.
  • >On the Birding Navarra webpage you will find all the necessary information and contact details for the services (guides, agencies and accommodation) so you can organise your trip.

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Birds in Navarre

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