Extremadura, Spain, March 2005
Other birds and mammals
Here are a variety of images of some of the other birds and wildlife seen during the trip.
Azure-winged Magpie
Extremadura-2005-#67
Extremadura-2005-#66
Barn Swallow
Extremadura-2005-#68
Extremadura-2005-#69
Black-eared Wheatear
Extremadura-2005-#70
Extremadura-2005-#71
Brown Hares
Extremadura-2005-#72
Calandra Lark
Extremadura-2005-#73
Cattle Egret - Ram with a View
Extremadura-2005-#74
Collared Dove - Siesta Time
Extremadura-2005-#75
Corn Bunting - very common
Extremadura-2005-#76
Crag Martin, gathering mud for nest
Extremadura-2005-#77
Crested Lark
Extremadura-2005-#78
Not many mammals, on view, the occasional deer being the exception
Extremadura-2005-#79
Golden Plover, a common winter visitor
Extremadura-2005-#80
House Martins, gathering mud for their nests
Extremadura-2005-#81
Little Owls, frequently seen on (or hiding behind) the boulders
Extremadura-2005-#82
Extremadura-2005-#83
Extremadura-2005-#84
Red-legged Partridge
Extremadura-2005-#85
Robin
Extremadura-2005-#86
Spanish Sparrows
Extremadura-2005-#87
Extremadura-2005-#88
Spotless Starlings
Extremadura-2005-#89
Extremadura-2005-#90
This one clambered its way through a row of old House Martins' nests, scavenging for
whatever it could find.
Extremadura-2005-#91
Stonechat, female
Extremadura-2005-#92
Stonechat, male
Extremadura-2005-#93
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