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A complete expert checked list of birds endemic to the Serrania de Ronda, and those that follow migratory paths between Northern Europe and Africa. With a list of special interest sites to view birds of Ronda.
A field trip to the Grazalema Natural Park by the Andalucia Bird Society, including a stop at Lake Zahara to view some of the districts aquatic birds.
Icon of the Serranía de Ronda, and a fearsome bird of prey, Bonelli’s Eagle is described by Peter Jones of Spanish Nature, a local tour guide with amphasis on birdwatching
A day trip from Ronda to Fuente de Piedra with the Andalucia Bird Society to see greater flamingo and other birds
A gentle walk of around 2 hours from the industrial area of Ronda into a lovely countryside road with lots of stables and then finishing in a pine forest close to the city
New roading contracts in the Genal Valley, a birdwatching area at Benarrabá, and museum at Gaucín announced by the provincial government today
One of the most magnificent birds seen in Spain, the Griffon Vulture is also a very common sight around the Serranía de Ronda which is one of its most important breeding grounds
A local birdwatcher describes the first time he saw a Hoopoe, known in Spanish as Abubilla, a thoroughly likeable bird that captures hearts with bold pattern
Magnificent limestone mountains, pine and chestnut forests, birdwatching, caving, and nature walks. Juzcar in the Alto Genal Valley is a nature lovers paradise.
The El Tajo gorge offers a wealth of bird species to watch, in fact many tourists book rooms in hotels overlooking the gorge specifically to setup their binoculars on hotel terraces away from the crowds.