Sitting atop the cliffs outside of Tarifa today, we happily wiled away the final daylight hours of 2017 pretty much as we began, gazing out over the narrow stretch of water that separates Europe from Africa, at the epicentre of the East Atlantic Flyway! We were there in the hope of grabbing an extra coupleContinue reading “What a year!”
Rush hour for the East Atlantic Flyway started late yesterday, but Blimey, was it a busy one!
It’s a disconcerting feeling when you shut your eyes and you can still see hundreds of raptor silhouettes passing in front of them! We’ve spent the day volunteering with Fundacion Migres as part of their long-standing migration monitoring programne – we reckon this must be a common side effect! With very little wind, but heavyContinue reading “Raptors before the eyes”
Common. Pallid. Alpine. Little. White-rumped. This time next year, your list of European breeding swifts could be complete! During our exciting new Swift Weekender tour, we endeavour to bring you together with all five species of that most aerially superb genus, the Swift, all over the course of a weekend of fantastic and varied birding! BecauseContinue reading “Fill up your Swift page!”
@waderworld1 joins us for a Birding adventure in the Straits