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Offline normansdylan

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« on: June 22, 2016, 12:33 PM »
I'm quite new to birding (less than 2 years) and looking forward to visiting Spain in September. We will drive from Bilbao to Monfrague for 4 days at Torrejón el Rubio then North to the north of the Picos de Europa. I would be very interest to know of any raptor feeding stations in either area. Hope fully with (close) opportunities for photography. I have seen a rather old thread on Feeding Stations but with the expansion of such projects thought new info might be available. Thanks in advance for any help.

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« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2016, 18:51 PM »
Hi there and welcome to the forum.....

Though the site is a bit difficult to navigate (you have to hover over the icons at the top ish of the page in the yellow area) There is a lot of info on this site.... http://www.seo.org/zona/monfrague/ - You can choose the language at the top though the english is a bit odd in places... :)

For the picos de Europa I would definately consider staying at http://picos-accommodation.co.uk/ - Lisa who runs the place with her husband is a long time member of this forum and I am sure that her great wildlife knowledge of the area will help you out....
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« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2016, 21:48 PM »
Hi Clive and thanks for the information I'll make some time to look over it all later today.
Thanks again, Norman