The Brazo del Este belongs to the former route of the Guadalquivir river and it is located at the East of the current course of the river, very close to Los Palacios.
This is a small and superb site where we can observe many species of birds. This place is sometimes even better than Doñana. It has the advantage of keeping water in the summer season, when the marsh drains, collecting together a fantastic amount of birds.
It comprises marshland with extensive reedbeds surrounded by farmlands, ricefields and a veritable labyrinth of drainage ditches.
Species of special note here include the Marbled Duck, Squacco Heron, Western Olivaceous Warbler and sometimes we may also observe Great Bittern, Ferruginous Duck or White-headed Duck. This is a prime site for Purple Swamphen and Glossy Ibis.
In the nearby vineyards we can find the Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin in summer time.
We will drive along narrow tracks in the middle of the marshlands and fields, stopping at the most interesting birding spots.
- Both, half day and full day trips ara possible.
- Blog: Top 10 birds of Doñana
Aves destacadasAves destacadasMarbled Duck, Squacco Heron, Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
25 km from Seville (30 min)
Available all year round.
∼9 hours or ∼5 hours.
Show rates Shared full day trip: Private half day trip: Shared half day trip:
*1-3 people 180 €.
*4 people or more 60 €/person.
*1-3 people 120 €.
*4 people or more 40 €/person.
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Most wanted birds (possible)
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Eurasian Griffon Vulture
Iberian Green Woodpecker
Southern Grey Shrike
Lesser Short-toed Lark
Western Olivaceous Warbler
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
African Reed Warbler
Show more Red-necked Nightjar Pallid Swift European Bee-eater Lesser Kestrel Woodchat Shrike Greater Short-toed Lark Red-rumped Swallow
Greater Short-toed Lark
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Great Spotted Cuckoo