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NORTHERN SPAIN

4 – 11 MAY 2007
(Mike Hamzij, Paul Fox, Richard Pike & Rob Turner)
4 May
After staying overnight at The Wawmans Barn Hotel, Burton End, up early to get to Stansted Airport to check in for 09.50 flight to Zaragoza. All went smoothly and although a little late taking off we arrived in Spain at c13.15, to hot sunny, but windy, weather conditions. After collecting our hire car, a Seat Alhambra, we were off.

It took us a while to extricate ourselves from Zaragoza, but we were soon on the road to Quinto de Ebro, where we were staying that night. Our list got underway immediately and leaving the city White Storks and Black Kites were prominent.

Although we found the Hotel Rioja without trouble, it seemed deserted! We were directed to a restaurant nearby, but again it seemed unlikely, although they were advertising rooms. We decided to check that out later and set off for the nearby El Planeron Reserve, near Belchite to try our luck for larks.

Parking at the first “car park” area, it was extremely windy and to use scopes we had to shelter behind the vehicle. Initially quiet, we got our ears in and soon had good views of Lesser Short-toed Lark, in song flight and on the ground; they were common here. Calandra Lark also seen well, albeit mainly in flight from the track. With the wind conditions unhelpful, we decided to drive to the nearby lake, very shortly stopping to view a Short-toed lark on the ground. As we looked, an unfamiliar song was noticed close nearby; we realised this was Dupont’s Lark and amazingly at c16.45, we obtained brilliant views from the vehicle of a male in full song, c10 metres from us, on a small tussock. Our main target, for which we expected to have to put in considerable effort, was under the belt and the views were most unexpected. (We were also delighted that this would save us a late night/very early morning start the next day.)

At the lake we had good flight views of Purple Heron, disturbed as we got out of the vehicle. Also 2 Marsh Harriers hunted over the lake disturbing the few wildfowl and waders present. Driving around the tracks our first Black-eared Wheatear and Woodchat Shrike were noted.

Retracing our route, we were again delighted to find the Dupont’s Lark, still singing and showing well, in the same area as earlier.

Back at Quinto, we stopped at the River Ebro, near the road to Gelsa and amongst the hirundines feeding over the river, was our only Red-rumped Swallow of the trip.

With the Hotel Rioja still deserted we called at the restaurant and after attempting to book in, discovered that they were expecting us and acted as booking point for the hotel! An evening meal there was enjoyed, although Paul found the cold pickled rabbit an acquired taste!

The hotel itself was rather basic, but comfortable and entirely satisfactory for our needs.

5 May
Having scored with Dupont’s Lark yesterday, no need to rise before dawn! However, an early morning walk along the Ebro at Quinto produced some good birds, including our only Wryneck and Fan-tailed Warbler and a Purple Heron. As always Nightingales sang everywhere and Cetti’s Warblers common here. The only Sedge Warbler of the trip sang from a small patch of reeds.

After breakfast we set off north towards Los Monegros. At the Ebro crossing nr Sastago we stopped to check out Black Wheatear site and sure enough, one was seen well on the cliffs.

Taking the road to Bujaraloz several Black-eared Wheatears were seen, before we turned on to the track across the Plain. A male Montagu’s Harrier was seen straight away, but turned out to be our only record. As well as various larks, we had excellent views of 2 male Little Bustards, 2 Stone Curlew and each derelict farm building seemed to hold small colonies of Lesser Kestrel and Red-billed Chough.

Lunch was taken at Candasnos Lake where pairs of Pochard and Gadwall were among the numerous Red-crested Pochard, Mallard and Coot. Little and Great Crested Grebe also present and Richard had brief flight views of our only Squacco of the trip. A minimum of 5 Marsh Harriers frequented the area and a smart male Whinchat was noted.

Stopping on the Ontinena road, where road and rail improvements have made following instructions a little difficult, we managed to get excellent views of Spectacled Warbler and Black-eared Wheatear, but no Black. Several Jackdaws also seen and 2 Foxes.

Taking the Ballobar road and following the recommended track we located Tawny Pipit and again various larks.

Stopping very briefly at Sarinena Lake it was too windy to bird, so we drove on straight to Loporzano, nr Huesca, and checked in at Boletas our base for the next 6 days. An evening walk pre-dinner to the cemetery, produced Buzzard, Booted Eagle as well as Vultures, and the regular Tawny Pipit and Thekla’s Lark.
6 May
A sunny hot day, but with a continuing very strong NW wind. In fact the wind made watching conditions at our first stop, St Julian be Banzo, where we hoped to see Bonelli’s Eagle, so uncomfortable that we gave it up as a bad job. We noted Rock Sparrow and a possible Rock Bunting nr Barluenga.

Driving further up the valley towards Vadiello, we stopped before the dam, a good decision, as on getting out of the car, our first Lammergeier, an adult, flew fairly low, immediately over our heads, giving brilliant views before it quickly disappeared. In the nearby woods Treecreeper was seen well. At the dam it was quiet, although the local Crag Martins showed well.

We then drove to Santa Cilia, where there was supposed to be a vulture feeding station. On arrival a fine male Rock Thrush showed well as it sang from wires and telegraph poles. Climbing above the cemetery we could no evidence of any feeding station (we understand probably winter only), but before long an adult Lammergeier appeared in the near distance and showed well, on and off, for some time, soaring over the hillsides.

Heading back towards Loporzano, we stopped at several likely looking areas, principally well vegetated along rivers/streams. At one stop, nr Coscullano, we saw our first Bonelli’s Warbler, in addition to Subalpine and Melodious Warbler, Honey Buzzard, Sparrowhawk and Golden Oriole.

Back at Loporzano we stopped at the cemetery, where a good passage of vultures and raptors took place each evening, usually giving close views, as the birds flew up the valley. Also below the cemetery, a male Black Redstart and 2/3 Dartford Warblers were seen.
7 May
Long drive today to Hecho Valley and Gabardito, with Wallcreeper and Citril Finch our main targets. It was to be frustrating day !

Driving via Jaca, we stopped briefly at Puente la Reina, by the R Aragon, where Common Sandpiper was seen. In this area and up the valley to Hecho, both Black and Red Kites common.

The winding drive up to Gabardito, seemed endless, but we set off to the Wallcreeper site in good spirits, especially after meeting an English group, who earlier had had good views. (They had also seen Citril Finch, Alpine Chough and Lammergeier in the area!) The climb to the Wallcreeper site was steep and knackering, but we soon settled ourselves and waited – for over 2 hours with no sign of the birds! Time was moving on and we called it a day, with a view to searching for Citril Finch. Although we saw Crested Tit, Firecrest and Peregrine, and a Yellowhammer raised our pulses, no sign of our main target. We drove further up the Hecho Valley, but again we could not find any sign of our targets

Disheartened and tired we drove back to Loporzano, again stopping at the cemetery, where 5 Honey Buzzards were seen amongst the raptor passage.
8 May
Another sunny hot day, but still windy.

After yesterday’s exertions a quieter day planned. We started off at St Eulalia la Mayor, only a few km from our base. Climbing up to the top of the tower gave a panoramic view of the whole area. A modest raptor passage was underway and a total of 12 Honey Buzzards, some giving excellent overhead views and 1 Marsh Harrier, moved through during our short time there.

We then drove to Riglos hoping vainly that we may see Alpine Chough. Apart from several Red-billed Chough and Griffons, it was fairly quiet, although a male Rock Thrush was seen carrying food. Both Swallowtail and Scarce Swallowtail butterflies were seen. Despite being midweek, there were a good number of rock climbers on the “fingers”; we doubted their sanity!

At the other side of the valley we visited Aguerro, where we ate lunch at the cemetery. Again another good viewpoint, but few birds, although Crested Tit seen.

We next visited Embalse de Ardisa, where Common Sandpiper was seen and Golden Oriole heard.

Moving on to the nearby, and much larger Embalse de Sotonera, apart from a colony of Yellow-legged Gulls and a few Coots, little other bird life, although our only Little Ringed Plover was seen in one of the outlet gullies.

Heading back we tried our luck again at Barluenga to try for Rock Bunting, which we could not find. However, with persistence we did track down an Orphean Warbler and another Melodious Warbler in the scrub. Finally we stopped at Loporzano cemetery, where another Honey Buzzard was seen and a total of 5 Egyptian Vultures.
9 May
After the disappointing earlier visit to Gabardito we decided to make an earlier start and try our luck again, on another hot sunny day.

Arriving around 10.00 we climbed straight up to the Wallcreeper site and were rewarded with immediate views of the birds, which also gave mainly flight views over the next 30/40 minutes. The male was also heard singing. A Lammergeier was also seen over the opposite mountain.

We now needed to put some time in searching for Citril Finch, which we did for about 2 hours, without success. A pair of Rock Buntings were seen in a clearing on the downward route and we did see another 2 Lammergeiers from the car park. However on leaving the car park a small finch was flushed from the road side and was probably Citril, although the views were not totally conclusive.

We then headed for San Juan de la Pena monastery, nr Jaca, to try there. Initially unsuccessful, we followed up some unfamiliar calls, an did manage to track down a party of Citril Finches and got good views of several birds as they moved around high in the trees.

Pleased with our success, we considered travelling higher to the ski station area for Alpine Chough, but with time moving on, decided to head back to base. As usual we stopped at Loporzano cemetery, where 2 dark phase Booted Eagles were seen amongst the various raptors moving. Also a male Black Wheatear was seen below the cemetery, which was then seen on the subsequent two days before our departure.
10 May
A very hot, sunny day and much calmer, with only light winds.

With most of our target species now in the bag, we decided to again stay closer to home after the exertions of yesterday. We first visited an old medieval town, Alquezar, which stands over a deep gorge. The bird life in the town is good also, with vultures permanently overhead. Our first Blue Rock Thrush, a singing male, was also seen well and a good colony of Alpine Swifts gave excellent views as they swooped around the town. On our way back to the car we also found a Praying Mantis, which pitched on to a wall; the first time any of us had seen this insect species.

Driving back towards Santa Cilia, we stopped at various likely locations, seeing both Pied and Spotted Flycatchers, another Blue Rock Thrush and Rock Sparrow.

At Santa Cilia it was very hot and we sheltered in the shade of the car, and the male Rock Thrush again showed well, as did a Booted Eagle. In all we saw 3 Lammergeiers, again without leaving the car park.

Just below the village we stopped by the R Flumen and walked up the valley to an attractive waterfall. A short way along our walk, several Bonelli’s Warblers showed well, including a displaying, singing male.

Stopping further on nr Coscullano again, the same range of species were seen as 4 days previously and although a Golden Oriole was singing nearby, we could not get any decent views.

Back eventually again at the cemetery at Loporzano, with the light wind, for the first time there was no noticeable raptor passage. However, the male Black Wheatear showed well, and a pair of Red-backed Shrikes had arrived, with the male giving great views and upsetting the local Woodchats.
11 May
Again very hot.
Our last day and sadly time to leave the comforts of Boletas, where we had been well looked after, with excellent food, and which was an excellent base for our birding trip.

We had a hour at the cemetery, before moving on to the airport, and in addition to the resident Tawny Pipit, Thekla Lark and Black Wheatear, the male Red-backed Shrike was still around and we also found at least 2 singing Orphean Warblers; a fitting end to our birding.

Our drive to Zaragoza was uneventful and the flight left on time, arriving at Stansted, at around 14.30. By 15.30 we had collected our car and set off home. The journey was horrendous, with severe congestion on the M25 and the radio warning of an accident on the M4. Travelling across country after getting off the M25, through deepest Oxford, the only consolation was around 20+ Red Kites along the M40 and towards Wallingford. The journey took over 4 ½ hours, through driving rain at times, but we all got home safely, fully aware that our vacation was over and we were back in England!!!


SPECIES LIST
Little Grebe – 1 heard El Planeron 4 May. Several Candasnos Lake 5 May.
Great Crested Grebe – Noted Candasnos Lake 5 May and Embalse de Sotonora 8 May.
Squacco Heron - 1 seen briefly Candasnos Lake 5 May by one of party.
Little Egret - Recorded on R Ebro 4/5 May.
Grey Heron – Recorded on 4 days along various rivers.
Purple Heron – 1 El Planeron 4 May. 1 R Ebro at Quinto 5 May.
White Stork – Quite common in plains and some dense nest concentrations. Also present in Huesca.
Red-crested Pochard - Good numbers Candasnos Lake 5 May.
Pochard - Pair Candasnos Lake 5 May.
Gadwall – Pairs at El Planeron 4 May and Candasnos Lake 5 May.
Mallard – El Planeron 4 May. Candasnos Lake 5 May. Bandalies 8 May.
Honey Buzzard – 1 nr Coscullano 6 May. 5 north Loporzano 7 May. 12 north St Eulalia 8 May and 1 in evening at Loporzano.
Black Kite – Common and seen daily.
Red Kite – Recorded 4 days and particularly common Hecho Valley area.
Lammergeier – 1 over heads Vadiello and 1 Santa Cilia 6 May. 3 Gabardito 9 May. 3 Santa Cilia 10 May.
Egyptian Vulture – Common in small numbers in northern areas. Pair regular daily at Loporzano cemetery.
Griffon Vulture – Very common and seen daily. Evening passage daily in evening at Loporzano.
Short-toed Eagle – 1 nr Sastago by R Ebro 5 May. 1 Santa Cilia 6 May. 2 Alquezar 10 May.
Marsh Harrier - 2 El Planeron and 1 male Quinto 4 May. Min 5 Candasnos Lake 5 May. 1 north St Eulalia 8 May.
Montagu’s Harrier – 1 male on Los Monegros track was our only sighting.
Sparrowhawk – 1 nr Coscullano 6 May. 1 Gabardito 9 May.
Buzzard – Singles recorded 4 days mainly at Loporzano cemetery.
Booted Eagle – Seen daily in Pyrenees, with some moving through Loporzano. 1 showed particularly well Santa Cilia 10 May.
Lesser Kestrel – Recorded El Planeron area 4 May and Los Monegros 5 May.
Kestrel – Noted daily in small numbers in northern areas.
Hobby - 1 Quinto village 4 may and 1 by R Ebro at Quinto 5 May.
Peregrine - 1 Gabardito 7 May.
Red-legged Partridge – Recorded Los Monegros 5 May and again from car 6 May.
Moorhen – Candasnos Lake 5 May. 1 noted on small pond nr Bandalies 6 May.
Coot – El Planeron 4 May. Candasnos Lake 5 May. Embalse de Sotonora 8 May.
Little Bustard – 2 males on Los Monegros track 5 May.
Black-winged Stilt - several El Planeron 4 May and also Candasnos Lake and Bujaraloz 5 May.
Stone Curlew – 2 Los Monegros track 5 May.
Lapwing - 2 Candasnos Lake 5 May.
Little Ringed Plover - 1 nr Embalse de Sotonora 8 May.
Greenshank - Several El Planeron 4 May and Candasnos Lake 5 May.
Redshank - Several El Planeron 4 May.
Green Sandpiper - 1 El Planeron 4 May.
Common Sandpiper – 1 Candasnos Lake 5 May. 1 R Aragon, Puente de Reina 7 May. 1 Embalse de Ardisa 8 May.
Black-headed Gull – Colony at Bujalaroz and couple Candasnos Lake 5 May.
Yellow-legged Gull – Colony Embalse de Sotonora 8 May. Small number seen most days elsewhere.
Woodpigeon – Seen daily but nowhere numerous.
Collared Dove - Common and seen daily.
Rock Dove - Feral birds present most larger towns. “Wild” birds Riglos and Gabardito.
Turtle Dove – 1 from Boletas, Loporzano 6 May. Odd birds seen on 3 other days.
Great Spotted Cuckoo - Pair nr Alborge 5 May.
Cuckoo – 1 seen well Quinto 5 May. Heard daily thereafter.
Scop’s Owl - 3 heard calling Loporzano 8 May.
Little Owl – 1 heard calling 8/9 May Loporzano.
Alpine Swift – Common in Pyranean area and seen daily. Numerous Alquezar 10 May.
Swift – Extremely common and numerous.
Bee-eater – Very common and seen daily.
Hoopoe – Surprisingly scarcer than expected and recorded at El Planeron 4 May, with other singles noted mainly from the car on 3 days.
Black Woodpecker - 1 heard calling Gabardito 7/9 May.
Great-spotted Woodpecker - Seen/heard daily in Pyrenees area.
Wryneck – 1 by R Ebro, Quinto 5 May.
Dupont’s Lark - 1 male seen well singing El Planeron 4 May.
Calandra Lark - Common El Planeron, Los Monegros and Ballobar track.
Short-toed Lark - Recorded at El Planeron and Ballobar track.
Lesser Short-toed Lark – Common El Planeron 4 May and also noted from Ballobar track 5 May.
Crested Lark - El Planeron 4 May and Los Monegros 5 May.
Thekla Lark – Common around Loporzano and seen daily at the cemetery. Also regular in more hilly areas and seen from the car on many occasions.
Woodlark - Regular at Loporzano cemetery.
Skylark - Noted only at Los Monegros 5 May.
Sand Martin - Several over R Ebro nr Sastago 5 May.
Crag Martin - Common in hilly/mountainous areas and seen daily 5/10 May.
Swallow – Common and seen daily.
Red-rumped Swallow - 1 over R Ebro, nr Gelsa 4 May.
House Martin – Common and seen daily.
Tawny Pipit – First recorded Ballobar track 5 May. Seen most days at Loporzano cemetery.
White Wagtail – Not uncommon and seen most days.
Grey Wagtail – 1 nr Sastago 5 May. 1 Hecho Valley 7 May. 1 on river between Alquezar and Santa Cilia 10 May.
Wren – 1 Quinto 5 May. Recorded most days in Pyrenees area.
Robin – only noted at Gabardito 7/9 May.
Nightingale - Extremely common and seen/heard daily.
Black Redstart – Seen daily in Pyrenees area.
Stonechat – 1 north of Sastago 5 May. Noted Loporzano area 6/8/10 May.
Whinchat - 1 male Candasnos Lake 5 May. 1 also on 8 May.
Wheatear – Only few seen; Los Monegros 5 May. 1 on 6 May and 1 Loporzano cemetery 7 May.
Black-eared Wheatear – El Planeron 4 May. Several on drive from Sastago to Los Monegros 5 May.
Black Wheatear – 1 male nr Sastago 5 May. 1 male below Loporzano cemetery daily 9/11 May
Rock Thrush - 1 male seen well Santo Cilia 6/10 May and also at Riglos 8 May.
Blue Rock Thrush – Male seen Alquezar and 1 nr Bierge 10 May.
Blackbird - Seen daily.
Song Thrush – Only recorded Gabardito 9 May and nr Santa Cilia by R Flumen 10 May.
Mistle Thrush – Recorded nr Loporzano 6 May and Gabardito 7/9 May.
Cetti’s Warbler – Heard on R Ebro at Quinto 5 May and also in river valley nr Alquezar 10 May.
Fan-tailed Warbler - 1+ nr Quinto by R Ebro 5 May.
Sedge Warbler - 1 male singing nr Quinto by R Ebro 5 May.
Great Reed Warbler – Several males singing at R Ebro at Quinto 5 May. Male singing Embalse de Ardisa 8 May.
Melodious Warbler – Noted in small river valleys around Loporzano area and nr Barluenga.
Dartford Warbler - 2/3 below Loporzano cemetery 6 May.
Spectacled Warbler – Only seen 5 May along road north Candasnos.
Western Subalpine Warbler – Singing male showed well nr Coscullanos 6 May; seen there again 10 May. Also recorded elsewhere 8 May.
Sardinian Warbler – Quite common and seen most days in Pyrenees area.
Orphean Warbler – 1 seen well nr Barluenga 8 May. 2+ Loporzano cemetery 11 May.
Whitethroat - only record 1 nr St Eulalia 8 May.
Garden Warbler – 1 nr R Ebro, Sastago 5 May. Also recorded between Santa cilia and Loporzano 6 May.

Blackcap – Common and seen daily,
Western Bonelli’s Warbler – 1 singing male nr Coscullanos 6 May. Also 2+ R Flumen, nr Santa Cilia 10 May.
Chiffchaff – Heard 6 May Loporzano area. Also Gabardito 9 May.
Firecrest – Heard and seen Gabardito 7/9 May.
Spotted Flycatcher – 1 Gabardito 9 May. 1+ between Alquezar and Santa Cilia 10 May.
Pied Flycatcher – Seen 2 sites along road between Alquezar and Santa Cilia 10 May.
Long-tailed Tit – Recorded Vadiello 6 May and along R Flumen, nr Santa Cilia 10 May.
Marsh Tit – Only seen Gabardito 7 May.
Crested Tit – Seen/heard Gabardito 7/9 May and at Aguerro 8 May.
Coal Tit – Only seen Gabardito 7/9 May.
Blue Tit – Nowhere common, but seen daily in Pyrenees area.
Great Tit – Similar in status to Blue Tit; sen daily.
Nuthatch – Recorded Gabardito 7/9 May.
Wallcreeper - Pair Gabardito 9 May, having missed birds 7 May.
Treecreeper – 1 Vadiello 6 May.
Short-toed Treecreeper – Recorded Gabardito 7/9 May. Also noted elsewhere 8 May.
Golden Oriole – Male seen nr Coscullanos 6 May and heard also same site 10 May. Also heard Embalse de Ardisa 8 May.
Red-backed Shrike - Pair nr Loporzano cemetery 10 May, with male still present 11 May.
Woodchat Shrike – Common and seen daily. Pair appeared resident Loporzano cemetery.
Jay – Gabardito 7/9 May. Also seen R Flumen, nr Santa Cilia 10 May.
Magpie – Nowhere numerous but seen most days.
Red-billed Chough – Several small colonies around derelict buildings on Los Monegros. Also seen daily in Pyrenees area; e.g. Gabardito and Riglos.
Jackdaw – Seen along road north of Alborge 5 May.
Carrion Crow – Seen most days.
Raven – Seen daily.
Spotless Starling – Very common and seen daily.
House Sparrow – Very common.
Rock Sparrow – 1 nr Barluenga 6 May. 1 from Boletas 7 May. 1 Alquezar 10 May and also along road to Santa Cilia same day. 1+ Loporzano cemetery 11 May.
Chaffinch – Seen daily in Pyrenees area.
Serin – Common and seen daily in Loporzano area.
Citril Finch - Several seen San Juan de la Pena 9 May, with a probable earlier at Gabardito.
Greenfinch – Seen daily.
Goldfinch – Common and seen daily.
Linnet – Seen daily in Pyrenees area.
Bullfinch - 1 Gabardito 9 May.
Yellowhammer - Present Gabardito 7/9 May.
Cirl Bunting – 1 male singing nr Arbanies 6 May. Also recorded 8 May nr St Eulalia.
Rock Bunting – Pair seen Gabardito 9 May and 1 below Loporzano cemetery 11 May.
Corn Bunting - Very common and seen daily.
MAMMALS
Weasel
Fox
Rabbit
Chamois
Red Squirrel
Roe Deer


BUTTERFLIES ETC
Swallowtail
Scarce Swallowtail
Large White
Small White
Bath White
Orange Tip
Moroccan Orange Tip
Clouded Yellow
Brimstone
Cleopatra
Small Tortoiseshell
Red Admiral
Peacock
Marbled White
Speckled Wood
Wall
Large Wall
Small Blue
Adonis Blue
Common Blue
Dingy Skipper
( Several other unidentified species including min 3 fritillaries)

Silver Y
Praying Mantis
Egyptian Grasshopper

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