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New Year New Blog

When 2013 is just ending, Balears Wildlife renews its image, now more natural and fresh, but carries on with its projects and hope for the 2014. So, we want to wish you a Merry Christmas and Venturous New Year, full of happiness, employment and projects to do. Advertisements

Breeding season and postbreeding migration

   At the beginning of August, when almost all fledglings are already trying to find food by themselves, postbreeding migration has started.  Fledgling of Blue Rock Thrush waiting for its parents   The first ones to prepare their voyage are Swallows, Martins and Swifts. But also Waders have already begun their journey to Africa. The … Continue reading

Rain that give life

Due to the last rains, water reservoir is increasing and this comes alive again torrents, streams and ponds. Also another places like meadows, wetlands and saltpans become great points specially for some species of birds. One of these places is el Prat de Sant Jordi, in the municipality of Palma. Either cultivated areas or land … Continue reading

Birdwatching in Mallorca

High moment to observe migration. One of the best point during the postbreeding migration is Salines Cape, at the South of Mallorca. If birds doesn’t stop in Cabrera National Park, that’s the last point before arrive to Africa. A hard way to do! Interesting observations during last two weeks: Salinetes Colònia de Sant Jordi: Black-winged … Continue reading

Bird Pictures: Lupe Suárez
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