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topoTaxa index (n= 3 + 23 = 26) + (0) Gibraltar
Anas discors nAnas americana Bucephala clangula  


Ixobrychus sturmii Actitis macularius Lanius (m.) pallidirostris Motacilla alba supersonata
Aquila clanga Tringa flavipes Corvus cornix Anthus hodgsoni
nAquila pomarina nCursorius cursor Phylloscopus collybita tristis Acanthis cabaret
Vanellus gregarius Chroicocephalus philadelphia nSylvia deserticola Acanthis flammea
nNumenius hudsonicus Larus smithsonianus Pastor roseus Emberiza pusilla
Gallinago media Larus thayeri Turdus obscurus  

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Blue-winged Teal Anas discors (1)

(1) A Coruña. The drake seen at A Insua, Ponteceso, A Coruña last month continued into March: 8.3 (Jana Marco, Álex Alamán). See a photo below (Jana Marco).nStill there on 17.3, at Cabana de Bergantiños, A Coruña (Miguel Maestro, Cosme Damián Romay)..


Photo: © Jana Marco 8.3.2018

nAmerican Wigeon Anas americana (1)

(1) A Coruña. The female seen at Encoro do Rosadoiro, Sabón reservoir, Arteixo, A Coruña on 12.2 remained there on 13.3 there paired to a drake penelope (José Ramón S. Bugallo). See a photo below.


Photo: © José Ramón S. Bugallo 13.3.2018

Goldeneye Bucephala clangula (1,2)
Navarra. The long-staying bird was seen again on 9.3 at Zolina pond, Navarra (Jesús Mari Lekuona @eBird).

(2) Cantabria. The bird wintering at Marismas Blancas, Astillero, Santander bay, Cantabria was seen again on 4.3 (Jesús García y Belén Hernando @ Aves Cantábricas web).n Still there on 16.3 (Rubén Barreda @ aves cantábricas).


topoAFRICAN DWARF BITTERN Ixobrychus sturmii (1) 5th for Canaries & Spain, 6th for the WP
(1) Fuerteventura. The bird found on 1.12.2017 at Rio Cabras gorge, SE of of Tesjuate, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands (28°28'32.7"N 13°54'11.0"W) continued in the rio Cabras gorge on 3.3.2018 (James Kennerley, Peter Kennerley @eBird). Still there on 10.3 (John C. Mittermeier @eBird), 11.3 (Julio Roldan González Seen again on 12.3 (Uca Díaz) , 16.3 (Xurxo Piñeiro @ eBird) and 17.3 2028 (John Martin; Maykel van Gent .

Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga (1)
Cádiz. The bird seen last month at La Janda was seen again on 3.3 (Andrés de la Cruz @ eBird).

nLesser Spotted Eagle Aquila pomarina
Cádiz. The bird seen at La Janda, Cádiz on 3.2 remained there on 16.3 (Juan Miguel González @eBird).

Sociable Plover Vanellus gregarius (1,2)
(1) Cáceres. On 7.3 a bird was found at Galisteo ricefields, Cáceres (Sergio Mayordomo), see details at CREX website. On 8.3 it was seen again (Ismael Romero) and on 10.3 too (José Alberto Fernández Ugarte, Iker Fernández), see a thumbnail here. nSeen again on 10.3 (Sergio Mayordomo, José Alberto Fernández @eBird).

(2) Soria. A bird was seen on 12.3 near Laguna del Ojo, Barahona, Soria (Roberto Soria), see thumbnail here (anonymous). Seen again on 13.3 it was still at Barahona, Soria (Juan Luís Hernández). On 17.3 it was seen again (Jesús Ruiz y Juan Luis Hernández) .

Cantabria. The bird found on 29.1.2017 was seen again on 10.3 at Cicero, Santoña, Cantabria (Rafael Hermosilla @eBird).

Greater Snipe Gallinago media (1)
(1) Girona. There was a bird at El Matà, Aiguamolls de l'Empordà, on 10.3 (Ignacio López).

topoSpotted Sandpiper Actitis macularius (1,2)
(1) Gran Canaria. The bird found on 15.12.2017 at El Confital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands was relocated at the same place on 10.3.2018 (Xabier Remirez).

n(2) León. A bird was identified on 12.3 (José Alberto Fernández, Martín Rey, Iker Fernández; Manuel Rodríguez @eBird) near Santa Marína del Rey, León, see a photo below (Martín Rey). The bird was already present on 13.3 (Alberto Benito @ eBird), 14.2 (Carlos Alberto Ramírez, Miguel MG, Juan José Ramos @ eBird) and during the waterfowl censos (J.A. Fernández in litt). Seen again on 15.3 (José Alberto Fernández Ugarte), 16.3 (Manuel Segura y Adolfo Argüello, José Rey Martín y Cruz Pellitero), 17.3 (Cristian Osorio) and 18.3 (José Alberto Fernández Ugarte, Iker Fernández, Juan Cuadrado). See a photo below.


Photo: © Martín Rey 12.3.2018


Photo: © (José Alberto Fernández Ugarte, 18.3.2018

nCream-coloured Courser Cursorius cursor (1)
(1-4) Málaga. There were four on 12.3 at Las Campiñuelas, Vélez Málaga,, Málaga (Francisco Botella, Rober @eBird).

Lesser Yellowlegs Tringa flavipes (1)
(1) Girona. The 1w seen last month at Pals ricefields, near Basses d’en Coll, Pals, Girona was relocated on 2.2 (Albert Burgas @ Seen again on 3.3 (Sergi Sales; Josep Bujons, Francisco Pou), see a photo below. On 4.3 it was seen again (Daniel Valverde; Xavier Parra Seen again on 5.3 at Basses d’en Coll, Pals, Girona (Irene Figueroa, Sergi Torné; Itziar Gutiérrez @ eBird), 6.3 (Josep Bel, Josep Fontcuberta), 7.3 (Julien Piette; Jaume Prat; Hugo Foxonet @ ) and 10.3 (Joan Pujol; Pere Baucells, Christoph Haag @ Still there on 11.3 (Lluís Gustamante ; Pedro Plans @ornitho. Cat; Ponç Feliu, Joan Estrada Jofra, Montse Jofra, Víctor Estrada @ birdingempordà.com) ).n Seen again on 13.3 (Ricard Gutiérrez). See a photo below and a thumbnail here .


Photo: © Sergi Sales 3.3.2018


Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 13.3.2018

Bonaparte's Gull Chroicocephalus philadelphia (1,2)
(1) Zaragoza. The 1w bird found on 28.2 at Casablanca water tanks, Zaragoza city continued there on 1.3 (Rocío Sus Pérez, Alfredo  Sánchez Galán) and 3-4.3 (Luis Gracia). See a photo below. Seen by more authors: 43.3 (Jesús Lavedán, Juan Carlos Albero, Silvia Roy, José Maria Canudo, Alfredo Sánchez Galán, Rocío Sus @eBird), 5.3 (Eduardo Gil, Aitor Mora, Silvia Roy, Ricardo Pérez @eBird -see a video below- ), 6.3 (Héctor Bintanel, Rocío Sus, Eduardo Gil, Alfredo Sánchez Galán, Itziar Gutiérrez @eBird), 7.3 (José Antonio Domínguez, Laura MM, Marco Antonio Escudero @ eBird) and 10.3 (Alfredo Sánchez Galán; Mingo Tardós @eBird).n Seen again on 11.3 (Gorka Gorospe @eBird)


Photo: © Luis Gracia 3.3.2018

Video : © Ricardo Rodríguez 5.3.2018

(2) A Coruña. On 11.3 there was an adult at Laguna de A Frouxeira, Valdoviño, A Coruña ( Pablo Gutierrez y Antonio Gutiérrez).nOn 18.3 it was still there, see a thumbnail here ( Pablo Gutierrez y Antonio Gutiérrez).

American Herring Gull Larus smithsonianus (1)
(1) A Coruña. The returning adult 'Barrilete' was seen again at Lires, Ceé, A Coruña on 8.3 (Álex Alamán, Jana Marco). See a photo below (Jana Marco).


Photo: © Jana Marco 8.3.2018

(1) Lugo. The returning, now adult, Thayer’s Gull locally named ‘Cipriana’ was seen again at San Cibrao, Lugo on 9.3 (Xan Vizoso). Seen again and photographed on 10.3 (Álex Alamán, Jana Marco). See a photo below (Jana Marco). nSeen again on 15.3 at Lago, Xove, Lugo (Fernando Pereiras) and on 17.3 (David Calleja). See photos below and a thumbnail here.


Photo: © Jana Marco 10.3.2018


Photo: © David Calleja 17.3.2018


Photo: © David Calleja 17.3.2018


Photo: © David Calleja 17.3.2018

Steppe Grey Shrike Lanius (meridionalis) pallidirostris (1) 1ST FOR CATALUNYA, 3RD FOR SPAIN
(1) Girona.The bird found on 28.2 at Serra de Daró, Baix Empordà, Girona was seen , photographed and confirmed its id on 1.3 (Joan Goy, Àlez Ollé). Seen later by more authors (Martí Franch, Gerard Dalmau, Jordi Martí, Albert Burgas, Àlex Ollé, Gabri de Jesus, Aleix Comas i Pau Calero). The 1st for Catalunya. Seen again on 3.3 (Sergi Sales; Vittorio Pedrocchi) and 4.3 (Daniel Roca; Ferran López; Ponç Feliu, Josep Bosch, Quim Feliu; Jordi Bermejo; Marc Gàlvez, Benat Iglesias ;Oriol Baena). See photos below and a a gallery here). Seen again on 5.3 (Jaume Prat, Sergi Torné @; Itziar Gutiérrez @eBird), 6.3 at Serra de Daró, Girona (Josep Bel, Enric Fontcuberta, Robert Manzano; Jaume Prat @ ; Ricard Gutiérrez –photo below-). On 7.3 too (Julien Piette @ ) and on 8.3 (Francesc Dalmau @, 10.3 again (Pere Baucells –photo below-; Ignacio López; Joan Pujol, Christoph Haag; Guillem Saguer Still there on 11.3 (Ponç Feliu).nThe bird was still there on 11.3 (Ponç Feliu; Pedro Plans, Miguel Ángel Pérez de Gregorio, Robert Manzano @, 12.3 (Josep Tantull, Roser Solé; Ramón Prat @; Toni Mallol, Joan GOy @ birdingempordà.com); 13.3 (Javier Subirats) and 16.3 (Xavier Aute; Carles Oliver) to 17.3 (Carlos Grande, José Luís Copete). Read a note about the bird ID and finding in here [pdf in catalan]. Also seen on 18.3 (Quique Carballal. Javier Valladares).


Photo: © Joan Goy 1.3.2018


Photo: © Jordi Bermejo 4.3.2018


Photo: © Joan Goy 1.3.2018


Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 6.3.2018


Photo: © Pere Baucells, 10.3.2018


Photo: © Arnau Soler, 10.3.2018

Hooded Crow Corvus cornix (1-3,4,5-7)
(1) Barcelona. On 1.3 a bird was seen at Bassa de l’Olla del Rei, Castelldefels, Baix Llobregat, Barcelona (Claudio Bracho 16.3 (Carles Oliver) and 17.3 it was seen again at the same area (Claudio Bracho). See the enclosed thumbnail.

(2-3) Barcelona. On 2.3 a two birds were seen at Parc Can Mercader, Cornellà de Llobregat, Baix Llobregat, Barcelona (Marc Pérez @eBird).

(4) Barcelona. On 8.3 three birds were seen near La Torre Gran, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelonès (Víctor Cañadas @ two of these three birds forming a pair, were seen carrying material to build a nest on Eucaliptus trees S of Nelson Mandela bridge, El Prat de Llobregat, Baix Llobregat, on 12.3 and 14.3 (Ferran López).

n(5-7) Murcia. On 10.3 three birds remained at Cartagena,Murcia where they arrived on 16.10.2017 by Jacinto Ródenas. On 28.12.2017 there were four (Sergio Eguía). Of the three birds two were actually recorded on 10.3 near Escombreras harbour, Cartagena, Murcia (Antonio Jesús Hernández, Mario León). See a photo below.


Photo: © Antonio Jesús Hernández, 10.3.2018

toponTRISTRAM'S WARBLER Sylvia deserticola (1)
(1) Fuerteventura. One of the two birds seen last month at Barranco de la Torre, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands remained there on 16.3 (Xurxo Piñeiro @eBird).

Siberian Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita tristis (1,2)
Tarragona. On 1.3 a bird showing tristis characters was seen and photographed, but not heard, at Aula Natura PLEGADIS, Sant Carles de la Ràpita, Montsià, Tarragona (Sergi Sales).

n(2) A Coruña. A bird showing characters of tristis was trapped on 17.3 at Cabana de Bergantiños, A Coruña (Paco Rosende, Miguel Maestro, Diego Rodríguez y Cosme Damián Romay). See a thumbnail here (Cosme Damián Romay).

Rosy Starling Pastor roseus (1)
(1) Barcelona. The adult found on 25.2 at Premià de Mar, roosting at Carrer de Sant Antoni, 23 was still present in early March, when large numbers of observers (to Catalan standards) attended the twitch: 3.2018 Pastor roseus 1 ad still at Premià de Mar, Maresme (Pep Cusó, Arnau Bonán, Toni Alonso, Pau Calero, Daniel Roca, Jordi Jover, Jaroa López, Ricardo Ramos, Sergi Torné, Ricard Gutiérrez, Lluís Gustamante, Jordi Cebrián), 2.3 (Sergi Fernandez, Manolo Romero, Josep Bujons, Cristina Rosas, Josep Crusafont, Carles Oliver, Sergi Aris, Julia Ferrer, Jordi Faus, Claudio Bracho, Quel, Guillem i Juan Manuel Izquierdo, Berta Codina, Hubert Mas, Oriol Baena i Ricard Busquets, Carles Tobella) and 3.3 (Jac Cirera, Alberto Somoza; Alfried Sánchez, Juan Miguel Díaz, Feliu López @ See photos below.
On 6.3 the adult was still at Premià de Mar, Barcelona (Pere Canal, Roger Cases, Raül Calderón, Hugo Framis, Josep Manel Arcos). Seen also on 7.3 (Bernat Iglesias, Miquel Casas, Daniel Mañas, Lluís Durán, Ana Latorre, Ausiàs Torres; Toni Fernández @ ornitho .cat; Marcel Gil), 8.3 (Alberto Somoza, Jaume Bartra i Carles Grande; Xavier Parra @ and 9.3 (Pere Baucells; Irene Figueroa et al). Read a story on this sighting and other twitches in (originally written in Catalan). n Seen again on 12.3 (Josep Bel; Enric Fontcuberta @eBird) and on 14.3 (Arnau Soler)..


Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez, 1.3.2018


Photo: © Jaroa López 1.3.2018


Photo: © Pere Baucells, 9.3.2018

(1) Cádiz. The bird found on 22.2 at Parque Kotinoussa, Cádiz town, Cádiz was still there on 2.3 (Mª José Sánchez, José Maria Zapata et al) and 3.3 (Gabriel Lorenzo; Carlos A. Torralvo, Juan José Ramos Encalado, Guy Mirgain @ eBird). Still at Jardines de Varela, Cádiz on 5.3 (Javier Elorriaga), 6.3 (José María Fernández Zapata; Yanona Maggiotto @eBird),7.3 (José María Fernández Zapata @eBird, Francisco Romero @eBird, Pablo Barrena @eBird, Richard Howard –see photos below and a thumbnail here- , Antonio Fuentes). Still there on 11.3 (José Mª Lubián R. de Agredano


Photo: © Sergio Picó 25.2.2018


Photo: © Richard Howard 7.3.2018


Photo: © Richard Howard 7.3.2018


Photo: © Richard Howard 7.3.2018

Moroccan Wagtail Motacilla alba subpersonata (1)
(1) Cádiz . There was a bird at Palmones, Cádiz, on 11.3 (José Luis Peinado Fulgueira
). See a photo below.


Photo: © José Luís Peinado 11.3.2018

topoOlive-backed Pipit Anthus hodgsoni (1-4)
(1-4) Fuerteventura. Four birds were seen again at Costa Calma, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands on 3.4 (Xabier Remirez).

Lesser Redpoll Acanthis cabaret (1,2-8) SMALL INFLUX
Lleida. The bird found on 9.2 at Solsona, S of the city near C-75, Solsonès remained there on 3.3 (Daniel Mañas).

(2-8) Navarra. On 2.3 there were still seven at Citadelle, Pamplona city, Navarra (Emilio Salvatierra, Javi Sola, José Ardaiz). There were five on 5.3 (Gonzalo Deán @eBird).

Mealy Redpoll Acanthis flammea (1)
Navarra. On 2.3 the bird seen last months was still at Citadelle, Pamplona city, Navarra (Emilio Salvatierra, Javi Sola, José Ardaiz). Still there on 5.3 (Gonzalo Deán @eBird).

topoLittle Bunting Emberiza pusilla (1-4)
Fuerteventura. There were at least three on 2.3 (James Kennerley, Peter Kennerley) and four at Costa Calma, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands on 3.4 (Xabier Remirez).


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    • e.g. Gutiérrez, R. (ed) (2002, April 3). Recent Reports: April 2002. Rare Birds in Spain.Retrieved from 
  • Single records/ Citas sueltas/ Cites aïllades: Author (year). [Species] in Gutiérrez,R. (ed) (year, latest update), Recent Reports: [month year]. Rare Birds in Spain. Retrieved from 
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newFrom 1.1.2018 no records of near rarities will be included in this website. However, you can tag #rarebirdspain in any of those sightings using your twitter account and they will be shown in the website's homepage twitter applet. You can also send them to the rarebirdspain group in the facebook. White gulls are not included since 1.12.2017.

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Citas recientes incluye las últimas novedades del conjunto del país, sensu lato, de acuerdo con las fronteras conocidas en el año 2000, fecha de inicio de la web, que tanto son observaciones personales, comunicaciones al autor o noticias difundidas en listas de correo. Por favor contacten los autores para cualquier uso de las fotografias fuera del estrictamente personal. Cualquier cita que se envie a esta página podrá ser usada por comités de rarezas estatales o de otros ámbitos, pero su inclusión aquí no implica su aceptación u homologación de ningún tipo y son responsabilidad de sus autores. Los nombres de las localidades se incluyen como son enviadas por los colaboradores, que deben ser citados como autores de las citas. Las fotos que se envíen podrán ser recortadas por criterios editoriales.Las noticias más recientes se marcan con new Desde Abril de 2005 se incluyen únicamente citas de  rarezas que necesitan homologación por el Comité de Rarezas de SEO/Birdlife si bien véase el cambio de política acaecido a partir de enero de 2016. La reproducción total o parcial de los contenidos de esta página está prohibida en sitios web comerciales (p.ej. *.com) si no se autoriza de antemano. Ir al inicio de la página
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Latest highlights:

The Rosy Starling at Premià de Mar, Barcelona as on 1.3 (Jaroa López).
The Steppe Grey Shrike at Serra de Daró, Girona on 1.3 (above, Joan Goy) and 3.3 (Sergi Sales, below). 1st for Catalunya and 3rd for Spain.
The Eye-browed Thrush continued at Cádiz much to the delight of the visiting birders (Richard Howard, 7.3.2018).
The Sociable Plover at Galisteo, Cáceres on 10.3 (José Alberto Fernández).
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The Lesser Yellowlegs was still at Baix Empordà ricefields on 13.3 (Ricard Gutiérrez).
The Hooded Crow at Castelldefels, Barcelona, on 17.3 (Claudio Bracho(
The Thayer's Gull 'Ciprana'was seen again on 17.3 (David Calleja)
The Bonaparte's Gull was seen again on 18.3 (Antonio Gutiérrez).
The Sociable Plover at Soria on 12.3
The Siberian Chiffchaff at A Coruña on 17.3 (Cosme Damián Romay).

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