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 Post subject: Re: Iberian Nature Photography
PostPosted: June 1st, 2012, 9:42 am 
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You are very welcome, macdoum, with pleasure!

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And here another short report from the homey biotope, because I again distributed feathers …

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… and those enjoy great popularity, as you can read here:

Fun with feathers

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Please find here a few photos made last Sunday in the homey biotope

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Finally I saw the Oriole, which I always hear in the garden, and three Honey Buzzards crossing the biotope on their flight to North!

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A morning in the homey biotope - Oriole, Honey buzzards and Green Frogs

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 Post subject: Re: Iberian Nature Photography
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Once more....thank you. :thumbs:

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Birgit is still around, - but the heat doesn’t make her move too much, since 2,5 month around 40°C is also not the usual for Spain.

Since a few weeks Birgit already can hear nearly daily flocks of Bee-eaters on their migration to the South. Their calls always seemed to be far away, because they were flying high up. But this morning it was a different story and Birgit was lucky enough that a flock of Bee-eaters took a break in her homey biotope for about 30 minutes. What a fantastic experience!

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Bee-eaters resting at the homey biotope on their way to the south

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I didn't found this topic till now.. What a shame... :blush:
Soooo many wonderful pictures of beautiful animals and interesting reports..
Thanks a lot to Birgit and Brit..
Now I will follow you :laugh: ...


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Manu wrote:
I didn't found this topic till now.. What a shame... :blush:
Soooo many wonderful pictures of beautiful animals and interesting reports..
Thanks a lot to Birgit and Brit..
Now I will follow you :laugh: ...


As always..beautiful. :headroll:

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 Post subject: Re: Iberian Nature Photography
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Finally Birgit was on tour again, after weeks and months of too hot weather. They even saw Whimbrels!

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What else they experienced you could see here:

Salines of Bonanza and La Janda

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Birgit had been at the Rio Grande and at the Lagoon of Campillos

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Please find the photo-report here:

Río Grande and Lagune of Campillos

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Finally Birgit was on tour again yesterday, namely to the bird migration at the Strait of Gibraltar in the rice-growing area of La Janda. It was just terrific:

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Migrating Black Storks, Short Toed Eagles, Hundreds and hundreds of Griffon Vultures and hunting Black-winged Kites at La Janda you’ll find here:

Tarifa and La Janda

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What a wonderful place where Birgit was and so many beautiful birds she catched with the cam... Thanks a lot for share with us :wave:


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Birgit had been at the Rio Grande yesterday. This was just terrific, because even a group of Black Storks was there!

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Please find the report here:

Migrants and winter guests at the Río Grande - October 23 2012

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Brit wrote:
Birgit had been at the Rio Grande yesterday. This was just terrific, because even a group of Black Storks was there!

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Please find the report here:

Migrants and winter guests at the Río Grande - October 23 2012


Magnificent,many thanks. :2thumbsup:
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Thanks a lot for that report and all this wonderful photos of this beautiful birds. It must be an impressive experience to see the black stork and others so close :D .


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awesome pictures, thanks for sharing
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Thank you so much for the nice answers and remarks, also in the name of Birgit of course! Here we go again:

Birgit is still around! In the meantime she had been several times for birding, but unfortunately couldn’t bring back suitable photos. Not always lucky. But yesterday they had been at the Guadalhorce-Mouth, where in the meantime several Short-eared Owls …

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… arrived for wintering!

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Short-eared Owls and more at the Guadalhorce-Mouth

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Thank you Birgit and Brit for updated us :wave: .
It's such a pleasure to read your reports and see your nice pictures of this beautiful birds. (As always :thumbs: )


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Thank you Birgit & Brit for this early Christmas present. :D

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Thank you very much, Manu and Macdoum for your always so nice remarks.

Before x-mas Birgit was on tour again and is also sending her best regards and wishes for a Merry x-mas and a Happy and healthy New Year! And I of course wish you also a happy holiday and lots of health and happiness for the coming New Year!

And here comes the newest photo report of Birgits excursion, what an experience!:

What a day yesterday at la Janda! And that, despite for hours photographed „only“ one single bird! :) Because this Short-eared Owl ...

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…we nearly were able to watch for about 6 hours from very close. Such a magnificent gift of nature!

Please find the report of these marvellous hours here:

Short-eared Owl at La Janda

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