The strategic geographical location of the Iberian Peninsula, a "highway" for birds between two continents, Europe and Africa, makes it one of the main migratory routes for millions of birds that breed in summer in northern and central Europe, and that migrate in winter to warmer areas in Africa; even many of them do it in Spain.
The growing interest in bird watching is evident in the numerous visits that Bornos receives for this reason, with the Tail of the Bornos Reservoir being one of the favorite places for bird watching.
If you want to make your ornithological visit with a specialized guide, call us at 956 72 82 64.
We show you detailed information, sheet by sheet, of some of the birds that you can discover in Bornos.
Thanks to Antonio Acosta, author of the photographs and the blog "el bosque de hoy y mañana".
Texts extracted from Bibliography.
- Birds of Spain. Eduardo de Juana and Juan M. Varela. Editorial Lynx.
- Guide to the Birds of Spain. SEO/BirdLife.
- S.A.I.H. HYDROSUR. Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Sustainable Development.