Birding in the outskirts of Seville
This is a good option to enjoy early morning birdwatching on hot spring and summer days.
Very close to Seville we can observe a great variety of birds, so in just 5 hours and only 15 kilometres away from the city we can observe and photograph such interesting birds as Iberian Magpie, Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin, European Roller, Red-necked Nightjar, Lesser Kestrel, European Bee-eater and many more!
Proximity to Seville.
Possibility of early morning birdwatching on hot days.
Observe some of the most characteristic bird species of the region.
Throughout the morning we will visit different habitats in search of the target species of this route only about 15 kilometres south of the city.
The main habitats wich we will visit are umbrella pine forests, cereal crops and vineyards, dotted with abandoned farms that serve as breeding grounds for numerous birds.
To get around, we will use the extensive network of small country roads that criss-cross this area.