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 Post subject: Re: Iberian Nature Photography
PostPosted: July 28th, 2010, 1:55 pm 
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Here a little animal story from the nice rose-ringed parakoots which …

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… visit the biotope nearly every day:

Rose-ringed parakoots at the biotope!

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PostPosted: August 1st, 2010, 5:20 pm 
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Today some photos from the homey biotope - all done without "Burka" :wave: !

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Photo report from the biotope - July 29 2010

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PostPosted: August 3rd, 2010, 5:34 pm 
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Last Friday we had been at the Guadalhorce-mouth, where now the first waders ...

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... on their way from the high north back to the African winter habitats arrive

My little report you can find here:

Guadalhroce-mouth - July 30 2010

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Together with the Sandwich terns and many other birds today an unusual guest was to be seen at the Guadalhorce- mouth, namely this lesser crested tern, which …

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… enthralled all bird observators a lot.
To be honest, I never would have discovered this bird upon hundreds of Audouin’s -, yellow legged – and black headed gulls. But thank God there are friends who got a sharper eye. The short report from today you can find here:

Guadalhorce - August 5 2010

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Yesterday Birgit had been at La Janda and after many months saw the glossy ibis again:

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La Janda - August 7 2010

And Birgit also had been very lucky to discover a breeding colony of the cattle egrets at the wayside:

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Who wants to look at the action in such a colony can find the funny chaps here:

That’s how it is like at a cattle egret colony!

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Here another small photo report from the day before yesterday. A group of about 20 pied avocets taking a break at the Guadalhorce-mouth.

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And who else was there ... you can find here:

Guadalhorce – August 12 2010

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Yesterday Birgit had been again at Tarifa and La Janda. This time she was more lucky with the weather. And ... migration is clearly noticeable.
And you wouldn't believe how happy Birgit was about these spoon bills:

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But also about many many other nice scenes to be experienced there:

Tarifa and La Janda - August 14 2010

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what a joy to read, now the webcams almost on the end, there is more time for this.

For you, bravo, for all that translation Brit :bow:


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Thank you, Fleur :blush: ! And please forgive me for all mistakes in the translations. I just try to do my best ... :peek:

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Yesterday Birgit and her friends were lucky, because they experienced on their tour a rather rare bird! Isn't it nice this European roller?

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More photos of this beautiful bird and from all the other experiences in La Janda you find here:

European roller at La Janda - August 21 2010

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Birgit got some wonderful photos from her excursion to the Guadalhorce-mouth last Friday:

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Here you find the small photo report:

Guadalhorce-mouth - August 20 2010

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The European Roller was a completely new bird to me.


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For me too, dear Alice!

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Yes, the migration keeps Birgit busy! But you cannot miss the chance to experience this spectacle and yesterday Birgit had been more lucky. Because look, how many black kites were in the air:

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What else Birgit experienced you can find here:

Bird migration - Tarifa - August 26 2010

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I think it would great to be able to see that, all the birds gather to go to the south.


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And the adventure bird migration is in progress! Today I had been at Tarifa again and ... only very light wind was blowing! Best migration weather also for this short-toed eagle:

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Who wants to follow up this excursion full of emotions finds the report here:

Bird migration - Tarifa - August 28 2010

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actually , there has to be an webcam :whistling:
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PostPosted: August 30th, 2010, 8:38 am 
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Hi Fleur,

they once projected a webcam at the GB street, but I think it´s very, very difficult to capture images of the birds flying most of them very, very high or very, very far. Once they cross directly over your head, once they cross far over the sea. You never have the same distance which makes it quite impossible to transfer the migration with webcams.

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Yesterday Birgit had been at the Guadalhorce, where in the meantime the kingfishers arrived. Everywhere you can see them dashing around and also sitting:

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Guadalhorce – September 1 2010

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The beautiful kingfisher. !
When they fly, a flashing blue shadow.
Here in the Netherlands have many not survive the winter.


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