Hybrid Egret

Hybrid Egret

  • 30 April, 2018
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In late April we could watch several times an exemplar of egret with aberrant plumage in Northern Doñana, at the Entremuros area (Seville). This bird shows grey feathers in diferent parts of their plumage. Nowadays, these egrets with partially grey plumages are considered hybrids involving Little Egret (Egretta garzetta) and Western Reef Egret (Egretta gularis). The Little Egret is a heron really common in Doñana, distributed mainly along Europe, Asia

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An unexpected visitor

An unexpected visitor

  • 31 March, 2018
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  The Red-thorated Pipit breeds in Arctic areas from Fennoscandia to the Bering Sea, and also in Western Alaska. It is a migratory species that has its main wintering grounds in Southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. It can winter more sparsely in the north of these areas and also on the west coast of the United States and Baja California. In Spain it is mainly detected during their migration and

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