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topoTaxa index (n= 6 + 19 = 25) + (0) Gibraltar
Branta bernicla hrota nAnas carolinensis Aythya affinis Mergellus albellus
nCygnus cygnus nBucephala clangula    


Podiceps grisegena Porphyrio alleni Lanius pallidirostris Oenanthe deserti
Ixobrychus sturmii Vanellus gregarius Corvus ruficollis Pastor roseus
nEgretta gularis Pluvialis dominica nCorvus cornix Saxicola maurus
Clanga pomarina Actitis macularius Phylloscopus humei Emberiza pusilla
Clanga clanga   Ficedula parva nCalcarius lapponicus

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Palle-bellied Brent Goose Branta bernicla hrota (1-5)
(1-5) Pontevedra. There were five at
at Esteiro de A Chanca, O Grove, Pontevedra on 1.1. (Xurxo Piñeiro @eBird). One was ringed with blue and red. Same group seen at San Simón in November. See a few days before at Combarro. Two birds were seen from A Fianteira, O Grove, on 3.1 (Javier Valladares, Quique Carballal @eBird). nThe five birds continued there on 6.1 (Xurxo Piñeiro @eBird) and 7.1 (Cosme Damián Romay). Four of them, including the ringed bird were seen at Enseada de San Simón--Porto de Arcade, Pontevedra on 12.1 (Manuel Xestoso). There was a bird at A Seca, Poio, Pontevedra on 10.1, see two thumbnails here (Vítor Xosé Cabaleiro), probably one of the party of five above.

nWhooper Swan Cygnus cygnus (1)
(1) A Coruña. The 1w bird found at Ria do Burgo, A Coruña on 29.10.2018 was still there on 8.1.2019 and 11.1 (Xabi Varela @eBird)

nGreen-winged Teal Anas carolinensis (1,2)
(1) Pontevedra. The drake seen last month at A Fianteira area, Pontevedra was seen on 8.1.2019 at O Vao marshes, Sanxenxo,Pontevcedra (Emilio Martínez Sabarís). Still there on 9.1 (Xurxo Piñeiro@eBird).

(2) Pontevedra. There was a drake at Estuario del Miño, A Guarda, Pontevedra, on 8.1 (Tito Salvadores). See a thumbnail here.

nGoldeneye Bucephala clangula (1)
(1) Huesca. There was a female type bird at La Sotonera reservour, Montmesa, Huesca on 11.1 (José Maria Canudo, Juan Carlos Albero @eBird) and 12.1 (José Maria Canudo @eBird).

Lesser Scaup Aythya affinis (1,2)
(1) Cantabria. On 30.12 (Eneko Azkue @eBird) and 31.12 a bird was seen at Marismas de Santoña, Victoria y Joyel, Cantabria (Carlos Gutiérrez-Expósito, Jesús Menéndez, Alberto García @eBird). It was seen the following days: 1.1 (Antonio Rodríguez Sinovas @eBird), 2.1 (Miguel Claver, Diego Claver, Daniel Saldaña, Jesús Menéndez, José Velasco, Delfín González -photo below-, César Díez @eBird); 3.1 (Carlos Gutiérrez-Expósito; Claudia Viganó, Juan I.Deán, Luis Jesús Martín, Miguel Martín, José Alberto Fernández Ugarte, Ludovico De Vega del Val, Pedro Alonso, Javier Robres, Gonzalo Deán, @eBird); 4.1 (Luis Carretero, Alicia Montesinos, Jon Iratzagorria @eBird)and 5.1 when it was still there (Ricardo Rodríguez, see photos below; Miguel Martín, Luis Jesús Martín, Luis Carretero, Sara Navarro, Javier Hernández, Ferran López, Javi Sola, Juanma Domínguez, Jesús Menéndez @eBird).n Still there on 6.1 (Ferran López; Alicia Montesinos @eBird), 7.1 (Serafín Alarcón, Rafael Hermosilla, Teresa Segarra, Héctor Pinilla, Jesús Menéndez @eBird) and 8.1 (Jesús Mari Lekuona @eBird).

Photo above: © Delfín González, 2.1.2019

Photo above: © Ricardo Rodríguez, 5.1.2019

Photo above: © Ricardo Rodríguez, 5.1.2019

Photo above: © Ricardo Rodríguez, 5.1.2019

(2) Pontevedra. On 2.1 a bird was found at lagoas e campos de Rouxique, Sanxenxo, Pontevedra (Xurxo Piñeiro @eBird). On 5.1 it remained there (Álvaro Rodríguez Pomares). See two photos below.n Perhaps the same bird was seen on 8.1 at O Vao marshes, O Grove, Sanxenxo, Pontevedra (Emilio Martínez Sabarís).

Photo above: © Álvaro Rodríguez Pomares, 5.1.2019

Photo above: © Álvaro Rodríguez Pomares, 5.1.2019

Smew Mergellus albellus (1-2,3-4)
(1-2) Zaragoza. The two birds at Estanca del Gancho, Ejea de los Caballeros, Zaragoza were seen again on 1.1 (Luis Gracia @eBird). On 5.1 they continued there (Jesús Mari Lekuona @eBird) nand on 7.1 too (Maria Berna, José Maria Canudo, Francisco Javier Quesada @eBird) and 8.1 (Ricardo Rodríguez, see a photo below) to 12.1 (Juan Carlos Albero where at least one remained on 13.1 (Juan Carlos Albero

Photo above: © Ricardo Rodríguez, 8.1.2019

n(3-4) Huesca. On 13.1 two birds appeared at Laguna de Sariñena, Huesca (Grupo Ornitológico Oscense G.O.O), on 13.1 it was still there (José María Canudo, Jesús Lavedán, Aitor Mora y Alberto Bueno) and there were two later (Juan Carlos Albero). Read more in AODA here.



Red-necked Grebe Podiceps grisegena (1,2,3,4)
Gipuzkoa. The bird found on 21.11 at Txingudi marshes, Hondarribia, Gipuzkoa was seen again on 4.1.2019 (Ricardo Rodríguez, Xaier Remírez, Jesús Remírez, José Ardaiz, David Calleja). See a photo below (Ricardo Rodríguez). nStill there on 11.1 (David Santamaria and 12.1 (Javier Zaporta @eBird).

Photo above: © Ricardo Rodríguez, 4.1.2019

(2)Cantabria. There was a (rather injured) bird at Raos, Santander bay , Cantabria on 1.1. (Antonio Rodríguez Sinovas @eBird), 2.1 (Diego Claver, Daniel Saldaña, Miguel Claver, César Díez, @eBird), 3.1 (Iker Fernández, José Alberto Fernández Ugarte @eBird, Delfín González -see a photo below-), 4.1 (Carlos Gutiérrez-Expósito, Juan i.Deán, Gonzalo Deán @eBird), 5.1 (Alberto García @eBird) nand 7.1 (Serafín Alarcón @eBird) to 9.1 (Chencho Fernández @eBird), 10.1 (Ernesto Villodas @avescantabricas web).

Photo above: © Delfín González, 2.1.2019

(3)Barcelona. The grebe found on 17.12.2018 at Arenys de Mar harbour, Barcelona remained at the harbour in early 2019: 1.1 (Lluís Toldrà, 2.1 (Sergi Torné, Pau Garcia Campderròs, Jaume Campderròs -photos below- ; Tomas Altes; Tomàs Montalvo; Jaroa López); 3.1 (Xavier Parra; Toni Fernández; Fran Trabalon, Gerard Dalmau), 4.1 (Antonio Rodríguez Sinovas; Narcís Garriga, Daniel Roca; Ignacio López), 5.1 (Marc Gàlvez, José Guerra) and 6.1 (Josep Bujons, Sergi Fernández). nStill at Arenys the following days: 7.1 (Eulàlia Maspons, Jana Marco, photo below) and 10.1 (Daniel Roca, photo below) to 12.1 (Quique Carballal) and 13.1 (Ramón Ruiz Jarillo; Antoni Abad

Photo above: © Jana Marco, 7.1.2019

Photo above: © Daniel Roca, 10.1.2019


(4) Pontevedra. There was a bird at A Lanzada , Pontevedra on 1.1 (Xurxo Piñeiro, Cosme Damián Romay). On 2.1 it was still there (Álvaro Rodríguez Pomares).

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) and relocated in 2018 was seen again on 3.1 (Olof Jönsson, Peter Alfrey @eBird).

nWestern Reef Egret Egretta gularis (1)
(1) Ciudad Real. A pure bird was videoed at Ciudad Real on 7.1 (Xurxo Piñeiro). See a thumbnail here.

Lesser Spotted Eagle Clanga pomarina (1)
(1) Cádiz. The bird seen at La Janda, Cádiz from 4.11.2018, a potential intergrade with clanga genes, was still there on 2.1.2019 (Javi Elorriaga @eBird) nand 12.1 (Ricky Owen

Greater Spotted Eagle Clanga clanga (1-2)
(1-2) Alicante. There were two birds, an adult and a 1w, at El Fondo, Elx, Alacant on 4.1 (Jana Marco, Álex Alaman, Pep Cantó). See a photo below of the 1w and thumbnails here (Jana Marco). On 6.1 the 1w was seen again (Oscar Aldeguer, Mario Navarro, Jana Marco).

Photo above: © Jana Marco, 4.1.2019

topoAllen's Gallinule Porphyrio alleni (1)
(1) Fuerteventura. On 5.1 a 1w was found at Costa Calma, Fuerteventura (Luc Vereecken, see a thumbnail here). Seen later when videotaped (see a video below and thumbnail here) and on 6.1 (Maria Cabau). nStill there on 7.1 when videoed again (Uca Díaz), see below and 8.1 (Peter Alfrey @eBird).

Video above: © Uca Díaz 5.1.2019


Video above: © Uca Díaz 7.1.2019

Sociable Plover Vanellus gregarius (1,2)
Cádiz. The remaining bird at La Janda, Cádiz coming from December was seen again in 5.1 (Javi Elorriaga, A J Sepúlveda, Pablo Barrena, Miguel Campos, Andrés de la Cruz @eBird).n Seen again on 10.1 (Juan Miguel González, Ana Bernal @eBird) and 12. (Ricky Owen

(2) Badajoz. The bird found at Cabeza del Buey, Badajoz on 29.12 was still there on 2.1 (José Márquez, Diego Peinazo), see photos below, and 4.1 (Laura Rollán @eBird). nStill present on 7.1 (Raúl Granados, Fátima Romero, William Haworth @eBird), 8.1 (Eduardo Realinho @eBird),

Photo above: © José Márquez, 2.1.2019

Photo above: © José Márquez, 2.1.2019

Photo above: © José Márquez, 2.1.2019

American Golden Plover Pluvialis dominica (1)
Alicante. There was a bird at El Fondo, Alacant on 4.1 (Jana Marco, Álex Alaman, Pep Cantó). See photos below and a thumbnail here. On 5.1 it was seen again (Diego Clemente, Laura Robin; Conrado Requena) and on 6.1 too (Jana Marco; Mario Navarro).

Photo above: © Jana Marco, 4.1.2019

Photo above: © Jana Marco, 4.1.2019

Spotted Sandpiper Actitis macularius (1)
León. The adult at Santa Marina del Rey, León found on 2.12 was still there on 5.1 (Manuel Rodríguez González @eBird).

Steppe Grey Shrike Lanius pallidirostris (1) 2ND FOR CATALUNYA, 4TH FOR SPAIN
(1) Tarragona . The 2nd for Catalunya, a 1w presumed female found on 22.11.2018 at Tancada marshes, Amposta, Delta de l’Ebre, Montsià remained there on 1.1.2019 (Javier Subirats, Manolo Sánchez –Blanch; Guillem Mayor, 2.1 (Marc Gàlvez, José Guerra; Miguel Ángel García, Víctor Iglesias; José Luís Copete, Dave McAdams; Ricard Gutiérrez, Helena Arbonés –see a photo below-); 3.1 (Enric Pena, Jofre Sendrós; Josep Bel, Marta Segarra, Jofre Sendrós, Andrea Peralta i Joan Bofarull, Edu Batista); 4.1 (Xavier Parra and 5.1 (Irene Figueroa around La Tancada hide on 7.1 (Damien Ibáñez, 8.1 (Vicente Francisco Tamarit; Ramon Prat; Ricard Gutiérrez, Sergi Sales; Xavier Yzaguirre, see a video below), 9.10 (Ricard Gutiérrez) and 10.1 (Ricard Gutiérrez; Ponç Feliu) to 12.1 (Gil Mir, Josep Calaf, 13.1 (Quique Carballal)..

Photo : © Ricard Gutiérrez 2.1.2019

Photo : © Sergi Sales 5.1.2019


Video : © Ricard Gutiérrez 8.1.2019


Brown-necked Raven Corvus ruficollis (1)
(1) Murcia. A bird was found at Cabo de Palos, Cartagena on 31.12, communicated by Conrado Requena, was seen in early January: 1.1 (Tomás García, Pedro A. Sánchez @eBird), 2.1 (Carmen Álvarez @eBird), 3.1 (Stefan Aki Ragnarsson, see photos below and a thumbnail here). Still there on 5.1 (José del Rey, Susana Noguera, Francisco Picón, Gabino Cortés). According to a local inhabitant the raven reached the Palos area three weeks before the end of the year 2018. nSeen again on 7.1 (Francisco Montoya, Montserrat Delgado/ COCN), 11.1 (Diego Zamora @eBird; Sandy McNeil), when present on buildings east of car park below lighthouse.

Photo : © Stefan Aki Ragnarsson 3.1.2019

Photo : © Stefan Aki Ragnarsson 3.1.2019

Photo : © Stefan Aki Ragnarsson 3.1.2019

Photo : © Stefan Aki Ragnarsson 3.1.2019

Photo : © Stefan Aki Ragnarsson 3.1.2019

nHooded Crow Corvus cornix (1-2)
(1-2) Barcelona. On 8.1 there were two at river Llobregat sand islets, south of Nelson mandela bridge, El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona (Víctor Cañadas

nSiberian Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita tristis (1,2)
Barcelona. A bird showing some characters of tristis was seen at at Banyoles on 11.1 (Gerard Dalmau).

(2) Barcelona. A bird showing some characters of tristis was seen at Les Madrigueres, El Vendrell, on 10.1 (Ramon Ruiz Jarillo).

Hume's Leaf Warbler Phylloscopus humei (1,2)
(1) Barcelona. The bird found on 22.11 at Riera de Sant Climent, Viladecans, Delta del Llobregat, Barcelonawas seen gain on 3.1.2019 (Mireia Lara, Sílvia Pascual, Matilde Lodner, Francina Turon, Judit Lara; Carles Oliver) to 5.1 (José Guerra, Marc Gàlvez; Ricard Gutiérrez, see photos below).nStill there on 6.1 (Xavier Parra, 7.1 (Sergi Sales) and 8.1 (Ignacio López

Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez, 5.1.2018

Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez, 5.1.2018

Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez, 5.1.2018

(2) Barcelona. After watching and recording the bird above on 5.1 between 12:00 and 12:40, what seems very probably another different bird has  been heard calling six times at 13:05 hours at the SW edge of the Filipines marsh,  by the Vidala canal of Remolar lagoon, close to the S bend of if in front of the old hide of La Vidala here. The bird number (1) has been seen again at its place at before and after (c.16h) this sighting so almost certainly this bird (2) is a new individual (José Luís Copete, Dave McAdams).

topoRed-breasted Flycatcher Ficedula parva (1)
(1) Fuerteventura. The bird found at Costa Calma, Fuerteventura on 19.12 was seen again on 5.1 (Uca Díaz), see a photo below and a thumbnail here. nStill there on 7.1 (Uca Díaz).

Photo above: © Uca Díaz 5.1.2019

topoDesert Wheatear Oenanthe deserti (1)
(1) Fuerteventura. The bird found N of Embalse de los Molinos, Fuerteventura on 10.12.2018 was seen again on 4.1.2019 (Iñigo Mazkiaran @eBird).

Rosy Starling Pastor roseus (1)
(1) Cádiz.
There was a 1w bird at La Línbea de la Concepción, at Parque Princesa Sofía seen on 1.1 (David Cuenca) then twitched during the day and the following days: 1.1 (Javi Elorriaga @eBird; Ricky Owen, see photos below and thumbnails here), 2.1 (Ricky Owen; José Maria Fernández, Andrés Rojas, Richard Banham, AJ Sepúlveda, Carlos A Torralvo, Julio Ortega @eBird, Álex Colorado), 4.1 (Juan Miguel González, José Maria Fernández @eBird) and 5.1 (Rafael Garcia @eBird). nSeen again on 7.1 (Pablo Galiano, photos below), 9.1 (Sergio Briones, Ana Bernal @eBird; J.A.Sarry; and 10.1 (Yeray Seminario @eBird).

Photo above: © Ricky Owen 1.1.2019

Photo above: © Ricky Owen 2.1.2019

Photo above: © Pablo Galiano 7.1.2019

Photo above: © Pablo Galiano 7.1.2019

Photo above: © Pablo Galiano 7.1.2019

nSiberian Stonechat Saxicola maurus (1)
(1) Tarragona.
On 5.1 a putative female was found at Tancada marshes, Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona (Cristian Jensen, Eduard Barrachina, Núria Pélach, Gaia Jensen, Eugeni Capella). See a thumbnail here. Further photos from the authors pointed more clearly towards maurus. Despite the ssp was not clear. On 8.1 it was seen again (Sergi Sales, Ricard Gutiérrez) and on 9.1 too (Ricard Gutiérrez). Trapped and ringed on 10.1 (David Bigas, Gerard Batalla; Ricard Gutiérrez), samples taken for genetic study, and seen later too (Ponç Feliu, Aleix Comas) and 11.1 (Josep Tantull, Roser Solé, Albert Cama) to 12.1 (Gil Mir and 13.1 (Quique Carballal; Josep Tantull, Roser Solé)..

Photo above: © Ricard Gutiérrez / David Bigas 10.1.2019

Photo above: © Ricard Gutiérrez / David Bigas 10.1.2019

Little Bunting Emberiza pusilla (1)
(1) Zaragoza.
There was one male at Quinto, Zaragoza on 3.1 (Manuel Galán). See a thumbnail here and more information in Spanish in AODA page.

nLapland Bunting Calcarius lapponicus (1)
(1) Cantabria.
There was a bird at Elechas oil pipeline, Santander bay, Cantabria, on 10.1 (Alberto Benito @avescantabricas).



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Latest highlights:

The Red-necked Grebe at Arenys de Mar, Barcelona (Jaume Campderròs)
The American Golden Plover at El Fondo, Alacant (Jana Marco)
The Allen's Gallinule at Fuerteventura (Luc Vereecken above, Uca Díaz, below).
The Rosy Starling at Cádiz on 1-2.1 (Ricky Owen)
The Greater Spotted Eagles at El Fondo in early January (Jana Marco)
The Brown-necked Raven at cabo de Palos, Murcia (Stefan Aki Ragnarsson)
The Red-breasted Flyctacher at Costa Calma, Fuerteventura, on 5.1 (Uca Díaz)
The Siberian Stonechat from La Tancada, Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona, on 5.1 (Cristian Jensen)
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The Western Reef Heron seen at Ciudad Real on 7.1 (Xurxo Piñeiro)
The Brent Goose seen at A Seca, Poio (Vítor X.Cabaleiro)
The drake Green-winged Teal from A Guarda, Pontevedra (Tito Salvadores)
The Siberian Stonechat at Ebre delta, three above 10.1 (David Bigas) and below, in flight, Cristian Jensen/Audouin Birding Tours.

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