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Today I would like to celebrate the great diversity of the Andalusian Region where the Sierra Cabrera is located. And I am going to write about Limonium, a little plan endemic to this part of the world. Andalusia is the … Continue reading
We are fortunate to be able to enjoy the wonderfull Bonelli’s Eagles (Aquila fasciata) in Sierra Cabrera (Almeria), they are one of the rarest birds of prey in Europe. Yet, here in the Mojacar area we sometimes see them flying … Continue reading
In Sierra Cabrera (Mojácar, Spain) there was a wild fire in 29 July 2009. Now all the mountains have some vegetation. However, from a distance, the burn and the unburnt areas have different colour. In order to work out if … Continue reading
Went on a bird survey and and took a few photos on the Sierra Cabrera, all from burnt sites.
Our Dec surveys have shown the the following species of birds winter in Sierra Cabrera: Bonelli’s Eagle Kestrel Blackbird Songtrush Rock Thrush Black Redstart Black Wheather Robin Wren Dunnock Thekla Lark Chaffinch Greenfinch Linnet Siskin Goldfinch Great Tit Crag Martin … Continue reading