These days it has taken place the Monitoring Waterfowl organised by Waterfowl Council Research Bureau. A big amount of ornithologists and birdwatchers have participated all over the Balearics. In our small area, Sóller and Port de Sóller, we have detected species like Grey Heron (1), Little Egret (1), Common Sandpiper (1), Kingfisher (1), Shag (2), … Continue reading
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.
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
These two months are extremely good for birdwatchers. April and May are best months to observe the pre-breeding migration and breeding species, so some of us haven’t missed the opportunity to go birding and enjoy these moments. A good advice is to go birding after a storm. Birds should stop and wait for better weather, … Continue reading