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IMG_4324a

Observed: 22nd September 2010 By: dc1606
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Description:

Group of about a dozen birds all circling in the same area

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

wolvobirder's picture

Bonelli's Eagle rare in Pyrenees

As far as I am aware the Bonelli's Eagle is now a rare bird in the north of Spain and you would be lucky to see one, let alone a douzen or so. Griffon Vultures are much more common.

I was hoping to see a Bonelli's Eagle when I went on a birding trip to the Pyrenees several years ago but was left disapointed when I was told this information by the tour group leader.

John

wolvobirder's picture

Its still fantastic part of

Its still a fantastic part of the world to go biring though, Bonelli's or no Bonelli's.

dc1606's picture

vulture

Thanks everyone for the help! Location was actually Col St Martin, I think!