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topoTaxa index (n= 8 + 19 = 27) + (0) Gibraltar
nCygnus cygnus Anser brachyrhynchus Anas americana Aythya collaris
nAnser fabalis Branta bernicla hrota nAnas carolinensis Bucephala clangula


Ixobrychus sturmii nCalidris fuscicollis nLarus smithsonianus Phylloscopus collybita tristis
Egretta gularis x garzetta nCalidris melanotos Corvus cornix nTarsiger cyanurus
nGyps rueppellii nTringa flavipes Alle alle nAnthus hodgsoni
Circus macrourus Larus fuscus fuscus Alaemon alaudipes nAcanthis cabaret
Numenius hudsonicus   Phylloscopus inornatus Emberiza pusilla

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nWhooper Swan Cygnus cygnus (1-2)
(1) A Coruña. There were two birds coming from late November at lago de As Pontes, As Pontes de García Rodríguez, A Coruña on 6.12 (Ricardo Hevia) and 9.12 (David Calleja).

nTaiga Bean Goose Anser fabalis (1-2,3)
(1-2) Sevilla. On 9.12 two birds were found at Cerrado Garrido, Doñana, Sevilla (Paco Chiclana). See two photos below.


Photo: © Paco Chiclana 9.12.2017


Photo: © Paco Chiclana 9.12.2017

(3) Navarra. On 7.12 a bird was found at Laguna de Pitillas RN, Navarra (Jorge Nubla @eBird). On 8.12 it remained there (Gorka Gorospe @eBird).

nPink-footed Goose Anser brachyrhynchus (1,2-9)
(1) Sevilla. There was a bird at Cerrado Garrido, Aznalcázar, Sevilla on 3.12 (Paco Chiclana, José Antonio Lama y Mar Labrador; Carlos Gutiérrez). See a photo below (Paco Chiclana).


Photo: © Paco Chiclana 3.12.2017

n(2-9) A Coruña. There were 8 birds at Ortigueira, A Coruña, on 5.12 (Ricardo Hevia) and 9.12 (David Calleja).

American Wigeon Anas americana (1-4)
(1-4) Asturias. On 1.12 two drakes were found at La Linera, Ria del Eo, Castropol, Asturias (Gilberto S .Jardón; Pablo Miki). On 2.12 there were four birds, the two drakes and two cf 1w (Gilberto Sánchez Jardón, Manuel Quintana Becerra y Charo Fdez. Montaño). See a thumbnail here (Manuel Quintana).nOn 6.12 the four birds remained there (Martín Rey et al). See a thumbnail with one of the females here.

nGreen-winged Teal Anas carolinensis (1)
(1) A Coruña. On 9.12 a male was seen at Cecebre reservoir, Abegondo, A Coruña (Manolo Carregal & Graciela Fernández).

nRing-necked Duck Aythya collaris (1,2,3,4)
(1) Pontevedra. On 3.12 the female seen last month remained at Barreira das Cachadas en Rouxique, Vilalonga, Sanxenxo, Pontevedra, UTM X: 512.521 / Y: 4.700.077 (Álvaro Rodríguez Pomares). See a photo below.


Photo: © Álvaro Rodríguez Pomares 3.12.2017

(2) Asturias. On 1.12 a 1w was seen at La Linera, Ria del Eo, Castropol, Asturias (Gilberto S .Jardón; Pablo Miki). On 2.12 it was still there (Gilberto Sánchez Jardón, Manuel Quintana Becerra y Charo Fdez. Montaño). nAnd on 5.12 too (Manuel Rodriguez Gonzalez).

(3) A Coruña. On 2.12 a drake was found at Doniños lagoon, Ferrol, A Coruña (Juan Gómez Escariz). See a thumbnail here.

n(4) Cantabria. A female was found on 3.12 (Guillermo Rodríguez) and on 5.12 it remained at Cuchía, Cantabria (Jesús Menéndez @ eBird). On 6.12 it was seen again (Antonio Rodriguez, Javier Hernández, José Velasco).

Goldeneye Bucephala clangula (1,2)
(1) Navarra. The bird found on 14.11 at Balsa de Zolina, Navarra remained there on 2.12 (Ricardo Rodríguez). See a photo below. nThis bird was seen again on 3.12 (Mikel García, Ricardo Rodríguez @ eBird), 4.12 (María Durán @ eBird), 7.12 (José Ardaiz; Alfredo Sánchez Galán – see a thumbnail here -) and 8.12 (Haritz Sarasa), see a thumbnail here.


Photo: © Ricardo Rodríguez 2.12.2017

n(2) Zaragoza. There was a different bird from (1) on 8.12 at Lagunazo de Moncayuelo, Zaragoza (Javier Capalvo; Alfredo Sánchez Galán –thumbnail here-).


topoAFRICAN DWARF BITTERN Ixobrychus sturmii (1,2) 4th-5th for Canaries & Spain, 5th-6th for the WP
(1) Fuerteventura. On 1.12 the German birwatcher Daniel Kratzer found a bird at Rio Cabras gorge, SE of of Tesjuate, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands (28°28'32.7"N 13°54'11.0"W). News were immediately released by the author who had previously contacted, as in other years' visits, with this page to see if there were any news in the island. Little did we expect to find such a MEGA not only for the Canaries or Spain but the WP. The author published the record in the Tarsiger portal and provided an additional photo for this website, see below (Daniel Kratzer). Later during the day other local birdwatchers (there appear to be only three active in the island) visited the area and at least Marcelo Cabrera did see the bird according to internet sources. On 2.12 the bird was seen again (Uca Díaz, Arne Torkler; Eduardo García del Rey and others) and on 3.12 too, this time involving foreing birders specifically aimed to twitch the bird and birdwatchers from other Canary islands (Xabier Remírez, David Pérez, Mike Hunter et al). See photos below. The previous record is from 2002 at Tenerife and it is featured in an special page in this website here: Dwarf Bittern at Tenerife, Canary Islands, August 2002: 4th for the Western Palearctic. nSeen again on 4.12 (Robin Mawer) and 6.12 (Klaus Drissner).


Photo: © Daniel Kratzer 1.12.2017


Photo: © Uca Díaz 2.12.2017


Photo: © David Pérez 3.12.2017


Photo: © David Pérez 3.12.2017


Photo: © David Pérez 3.12.2017


Photo: © David Pérez 3.12.2017

n(2) Fuerteventura. Late news. On 25.11.2017 a 1w was seen and photographed at Corralejo, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands (Vernon Lundy). Cronologically, the 4th for Canary Islands, 5th for WP, see a photo below. Eduardo Garcia del Rey (SOC) provides the following information from the author: “The bird was observed for about 5 mins until I took this, the only image before it flew away. It was seen outside Apartment B522, Oasis Dunas, Coralejo at 15.57hr, 25 Nov,2017. I did not see the bird again and left for the UK the following day".


Photo: © Vernon Lundy 25.11.2017

nPresumed hybrid Western Reef x Little Egret Egretta gularis x garzetta (1)
(1) Tarragona. The bird seen at Poble Nou ricefields, near Alfacs bay, Delta de l’Ebre, Tarragona since 2006 was seen again in December 2016: on 1.12 it was photographed again (Ricard Gutiérrez), see a photo below. On 3.12 it was seen again (Núria Pélach, Cristian Jensen).
nOn 5.12 it was seen again (José Miguel Grande Gutiérrez). See a thumbnail here.


Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 1.12.2017

nnRuppell's Vulture Gyps rueppellii (1-3)
(1-3) Cádiz. On 9.12 there were three birds, 2 1w and a subadult at Tarifa, Cádiz (JA Sarry @

nPallid Harrier Circus macrourus (1)
(1) Zaragoza. There was a male on 1.12 at Quinto de Ebro, Zaragoza (Manuel Galán).

Cantabria. The bird found on 29.1.2017 was seen again on 1.12 from Cicero, Santoña, Cantabria (Belén Hernando, Jesús García y Álvaro Bustamante @ Aves de Cantabria blog).

toponWhite-rumped Sandpiper Calidris fuscicollis (1)
(1) Lanzarote. On 8.12 a bird was found at Salinas de Janubio, Lanzarote, Canary islandès (Francisco Javier García Vargas). See three photos below.


Photo: © Francisco Javier García Vargas 8.12.2017


Photo: © Francisco Javier García Vargas 8.12.2017


Photo: © Francisco Javier García Vargas 8.12.2017

nnPectoral Sandpiper Calidris melanotos (1)
(1) Tarragona. An adult was found on 5.12 at Els Cavalls, Buda island, Sant Jaume d'Enveja, Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona (David Bigas). See a photo below.


Photo: © David Bigas 5.12.2017

nLesser Yellowlegs Tringa flavipes (1,2)
(1) Girona. The bird found on 22.11 at La Pletera, Torroella de Montgrí, Girona was seen again on 9.12 at Pals ricefields, near Basses d'en Coll, Pals, Baix Empordà (Albert Burgas @ birdingempordà.com).

(2) Tarragona. A bird was found at Arrossars de l’Embut, l’Encanyissada, Amposta, Delta de l’Ebre, Tarragona on 4.12 (David Bigas). See two photos below. Later seen by more authors (Gorka Gorospe; Mariano Cebolla). Still there on 5.12 (Josep Tantull, Roser Solé; José Miguel Grande Gutiérrez), thumbnail here (Josep Tantull). On 6.12 it was seen again (Julio Ruiz Ballesteros @ Relocated on 10.12 at Boca de la Llanada, El Poble Nou, Amposta (Manolo Sánchez-Blanch).


Photo: © David Bigas 4.12.2017


Photo: © David Bigas 4.12.2017

Baltic Gull Larus fuscus fuscus (1-2)
(1-2) Málaga. The ringed subadult CK0L found at Málaga harbour on 15.10 was seen again there on 3.12 and, besides, a new unringed 2cy was found (Salvador García). See photos below. nBoth birds were seen again on 8.12 (Coral Cepeda y Salvador García). See more photos below (Salvador García).


Photo: © Salvador García 3.12.2017


Photo: © Salvador García 3.12.2017


Photo: © Salvador García 3.12.2017


Photo: © Salvador García 9.12.2017


Photo: © Salvador García 8.12.2017


Photo: © Salvador García 8.12.2017

nAmerican Herring Gull Larus smithsonianus (1)
(1) Bizkaia. On 4.12 the returning bird Ondarru returned to Ondarroa harbour, Bizkaia (Juan Carlos Andrés).

Little Auk Alle alle (1-2,3,4,5)
(1-2) Gipuzkoa. On 2.12 two birds were seen from Cabo San Antón, Getaria, Gipúzkoa (Asier Aldaur @

(3) Bizkaia. On 2.12 a bird was seen from Cabo Matxitxaco, Bermeo, Bizkaia (Gorka Ocio, Jon Hidalgo).

(4) Cantabria. On 2.12 a bird was seen from Cabo Ajo, Cantabria (Jesús Menéndez).

n(5) Gipuzkoa. On 4.12 a bird was seen within Hondarribia harbour, Gipuzkoa (Juan & Gonzalo Deán). It was still there on 5.12 when showing bad condition (Haritz Sarasa et al), see a thumbnail here. On 6.12 it was brought to a recovery center (José Ardaiz in litt.). On 8.12 it was released into the wild (Haritz Sarasa in litt.)..

Hooded Crow Corvus cornix (1-3,4)
(1-3,4) Barcelona. Two birds were seen at Mandela bridge, Llobregat river, El Prat de Llobregat, Baix Llobregat, on 1.12 (Ferran López). nOn 3.12 one was seen near Montjuïc, Barcelona (Quim Minoves). On 10.12 three birds were seen near the 2017 nest at El Prat de Llobregat (Ricard Gutiérrez). A further bird, perhaps a 4th bird, was seen later in that day from Mandela bridge, El Prat de Llobregat (Ricard Gutiérrez). See a thumbnail here.

topoHoopoe Lark Alaemon alaudipes (1)
(1) Lanzarote. On 2.12 a bird was seen and photographed at Jable de Famara, Lanzarote, Canary Islands (Juan José Ramos Melo, Desert Watch Lanzarote). See a photo below.


Photo: © Juan José Ramos Melo 2.12.2017

nYellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus (n=1,2,3)
(1) Pontevedra. A bird was heard at Alameda de Pontevedra on 3.12 (Cosme Damián Romay, Vanessa Rodríguez).

topo(2) Fuerteventura. On 1.12 a bird remained at Riu Oliva Beach Resort gardens, Corralejo, Fuerteventura (Daniel Kratzer).

n(3) Pontevedra. A bird seen last month at Campolongo, Pontevedra.was still present on 4.12 (Vítor Xosé Cabaleiro). See a thumbnail here.

Siberian Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita tristis (n=1)
Barcelona. The bird found last month at Bassa dels Pollancres, Maresma de les Filipines, Delta del Llobregat, Viladecans, Baix Llobregat remained in the area on 1.12 (Marc Pérez, C.Santiesteban, Sergi Sales). See a photo below (Sergi Sales). nOn 5.12 it was seen again (Marc Pérez @eBird).


Photo: © Sergi Sales 1.12.2017

nRed-flanked Bluetail Tarsiger cyanurus (1)
Jaén. On 5.12 a 1w/♀ was seen and photographed at P.N. Sierra de Andújar, Jaén (Juan Francisco Jimenez Lopez, Juan Carlos Poveda). See a photo below and a detail of it via thumbnail here.


Photo: © Juan Francisco Jimenez Lopez 5.12.2017

toponOlive-backed Pipit Anthus hodgsoni (1-2)
(1-2) Fuerteventura. The two birds found on 5.11 at Costa Calma, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands were sen again on 3.12 (Xabier Remirez) and 6.12 ( Antonio Acedo, Luis López-Areal, Uca Diaz, Eduardo Garcia-del-Rey © Sociedad Ornitlogica Canaria/SOC).

nLesser Redpoll Acanthis cabaret (1-2)
Navarra. On 6.12 two were seen and photographed at Ciudadela de Pamplona, Ciudadela, Navarra (Gonzalo Deán, Juan I. Deán @ eBird). Not found the following days.

Little Bunting Emberiza pusilla (1)
(1) A Coruña. On 2.12 a bird was found at Cobas, Ferrol, A Coruña (Pablo Gutiérrez). See a photo below.


Photo: © Pablo Gutiérrez 2.12.2017


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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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Anser brachyrhynchus, Aythya collaris, Egretta gularis × garzetta, Gyps rueppellii, Circus macrourus, Calidris melanotos, Calidris subruficollis, Phalaropus lobatus, Larus cachinnans, Larus glaucoides glaucoides, Larus hyperboreus, Sterna bengalensis, Sterna dougallii, Motacilla citreola and Phylloscopus inornatus not considered national Spanish rarities since 1.1.2016 but included here for reference as near-rarities and featured in grey colour and marked with a n

From 1.1.2017 no records of Larus cachinnans will be included in the website. The species has proven to be regular and it is no longer consider a national rarity. Indeed, there are more cachinanns that L.delawarensis records. Sightings of the rest of species 'ex-rarities' are variable from one year to another, offer some id challenges or are of overall interest, and hence they will be featured in the website as in 2016 for the sake of completeness. Phylloscopus inornatus is still included to better understand the apparent changes in its pattern of occurrence including wintering records, despite the tremendous amount of birds recorded in 2016.

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.

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Recent reports includes the latest sightings from the whole of Spain, as known from year 2000 boundaries, which are both personal observations, communications or have been released in E-Mail lists. Please contact the authors before using any photo for anything else than personal reference. Any submitted news to this page can be used by SEO/BirdLife RC or other rarities committees for their knowledge if enough substantiated. Inclusion in this page does not imply acceptance or homologation of any kind. Photos could be cropped for editorial reasons.Gibraltar news are included thanks to Gibraltar Ornithological & Natural History Society, as well as Andorra or other areas offshore, but this has no more implication than the sake of completeness given this area situation. Names of localities are featured as given by the authors of the records, that should be cited as those. Today news are marked with anew icon. We would welcome to receive a spare copy of those journals using these news for commercial purposes. Contact RG at address at the front page. From April 2005 only news of rarities needing homologation by the Spanish Rarities Committee are included, but note above change of policy from January 2016. Reproduction of the contents of this page in commercial websites (e.g. *.com) or for commercial purposes is forbidden if not agreed in advance.. Go back to top
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
Cites recents inclou les darreres novetats del conjunt de l'estat, sensu lato, i d'acord amb les fronteres conegudes l'any 2000, moment d'inici d'aquesta web, que són observacions pròpies, comunicacions o noticies difoses a llistes de correu. Si us plau contacteu amb els autors de les fotos per a a qualsevol ús fora de l'estrictament personal. Qualsevol cita que sigui enviada a aquesta plana podrà ser emprada per comitès de rareeses estatals o d'altres àmbits si bé la seva publicació aquí no implica la seva aceptació o homologació de cap mena i és responsabilitat dels seus autors. Els noms de les localitats són posats tal i com són enviats pels autors, que han de ser referenciats com a autors de les cites. Les fotos que s'envïin podran ser retallades per criteris editiorals.Les notícies més recents són les marcades ambnew.Des d'Abril de 2005 únicament s'inclouen cites de rareses que necessiten homologació pel Comité de Rarezas de SEO/Birdlife per bé que també d'altres espècies a partir de gener de 2016 (vegeu més amunt). Des de setembre de 2017 les rareses catalanes també són incloses amb un tractament en base comarcal i de forma complementària a la plana La reproducció total o parcial dels continguts d'aquesta plana és prohidia per a qualsevol lloc web de caire comercial (e.g. *.com) sinó s'ha autoritzat de forma prèvia. Tornar a l'inici de la plana.

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Latest highlights:

One of the four American Wigeons at Ria del Eo, Asturias on 2.12 (Manuel Quintana)
The drake at Doniños lagoon, A Coruña as on 2.12 (Juan Gómez Escariz).
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The group of four birds remained at ria de Eo on 6.12 (Martín Rey et al).
The Zolina Goldeneye on 7.12 (above, Alfredo Sánchez Galán) and 8.12 (Haritz Sarasa), below.
The Moncayuelo Goldeneye on 8.12 (Alfredo Sánchez Galán)
One of the Llobregat delta Hooded Crows as seen flying over Mandela bridge on 10.12 (Ricard Gutiérrez).
The Yellow-browed Warbler still present at Campolongo, Pontevedra on 4.12 (Vítor Xosé Cabaleiro)
The presumed hybrid Egret from Ebre delta as on 5.12 (José Miguel Grande Gutiérrez)
The Little Auk at Hondarribia, Gipuzkoa on 5.12 (Haritz Sarasa).
Detail of the photo below showing the Red-flanked Bluetail at Andújar, Jaén on 5.12 (J.Francisco Jiménez).
The Ebre delta Lesser Yellowlegs on 5.12 (Josep Tantull)

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