GREATER SPOTTED EAGLE (Aquila clanga) EL HONDO

TRIP REPORT

“On the path of Greater Spotted Eagle”

Over de past Wednesday 9th and 16th january 2013 a team of Birding Murcia visited the Natural Park of El Hondo, in Alicante, to try to photograph Tönn, a Spotted Eagle marked and followed by satellite using GPS transmitter that, for several years, migrated from Estonia to Iberian southeast to pass the winter. On the first day we could only photograph another Spotted Eeagle  accompanying Tonn on his journey but the second day, we were able to achieve our goal. In the following testimonial images of Santiago Carrasco, you can see the result of our sampling with which we want collaborate in this project of internacional scale.

OBSERVERS: Santiago Carrasco, Javier Coll and Jose Manuel  Escarabajal.

DAY 1 (9th January 2013)

CHECKLIST (60)

Cattle Egret, Jackdaw, Yellow-legged Gull, Green Woodpecker, Lapwing, Grey Heron, Little Egret, Great White Egret, Black-headed Gull, Mediterranean Gull, Great Grey Shrike, Ratonero Común  Buzzard, Chiffchaff, Snipe, Stone Curlew, Spoonbill, Water Rail, Shelduck, Coot, Cuchara Europeo Shoveler, Porrón Europeo Pochard, Cerceta Común Teal, Mallar), White-headed Duck, Pintail, Cormorant, Marsh Harrier, Avocet, Black-winged Stilt, Booted Eagle, Glossy Ibis, Little Grebe, Black-necked Grebe, Kingfisher, Purple Gallinule, Osprey, Great Spotted Eagle, Moorhen, Reed Bunting, Crag Martin, Robin, Kestrel, Spotless Starling, Serin, Black Redstar, Woodpigeon, White Wagtail, Stonechat, White Stork, Redstar, Golden Plover, Starling, Linnet, Greenfinch. Meadow Pipit, Southern Grey Shrike, Green Sandpiper, Bluethroat, Crane.

(Coming soon we will expand information)

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