Ornithological route of Monegros and Bajo Cinca

Birdingaragon organizes routes for nature lovers and bird watchers

Casa Guzman is a partner of Birdingaragón and we promote sustainable tourism trying to maximize the environment so that visitors can get to know it, enjoy it and be able to learn.

Very close to the house you can organize itineraries to enjoy multiple species of birds

SPECIES

RESIDENTS:

Griffon vulture, Egyptian vulture, golden eagle, Bonelli's eagle, peregrine falcon, marsh harrier, hawk, eagle owl, owl boy, owl, ganga ortega, Iberian gangue, little bustard, bustard, stone curlew, red partridge, kingfisher, hoopoe, rock lone , black wheatear, gaudy sparrow and miller, calandria, common skylark, ricotí lark, montesina crested, marismeña terre, crested grebe, small grebe, common coot, common gosling, white jar, blue mallard, spoon, and frieze, colored duck, porrón common, yellow-legged and laughing gull, large cormorant, gray heron, common and big egret, cattle egret, flycatcher, mustachioed,.

ESTIVALS:

Common EIberian ganguegyptian vulture, European short-toed, booted eagle, hobby, Lesser kestrel, Montagu's harrier, Scops owl, Quail, European rattlesnake, Bee-eater, Great gray shrike, Mirlona warbler, Carrasqueña and tomillera, Imperial heron, Night heron, Little egret, Black-necked grebe, Squacco heron, Black-necked Plover, Purple Swamphen, European Rail.

WINTERS:

Pale eagle, merlin, wigeon, common gosling, common pochard and shag, golden plover, European lapwing, treparriscos, royal finch.

 MIGRATORY:

bustard

European buzzard, osprey, snowy owl, black stork, common crane, spatula, dolphin, brown duck, plover plover, waders and seagulls.

The routes can be organized all year round

THE HABITATS:

Visitors can enjoy cereal plains, steppes of natural vegetation, riparian forests, pine forests and Mediterranean scrub, rice fields, lakes and reservoirs, cut of plaster.

INFORMATION:

To arrange a guided tour, ask for it at the reservation or contact Birdingaragon: info@birdingaragon.com

to know more about the zepa zone of Ballobar follow this link Birdwatching

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