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topoTaxa index (n= 6 + 23 = 29) + (1) Gibraltar
Anser fabalis Anas carolinensis Aythya collaris Melanitta perspicillata
Anser brachyrhynchus     Mergellus albellus


Egretta gularis x garzetta Aquila pomarina Larus glaucoides Phylloscopus inornatus
nPhaeton aethereus Vanellus gregarius Larus hyperboreus Phylloscopus humei
Phoenicopterus minor Numenius hudsonicus Lanius (meridionalis) pallidirostris Phylloscopus collybita tristis
nPodylimbus podiceps Chroicocephalus philadelphia Pycnonotus barbatus Anthus hodgsoni
Gyps rueppellii Larus smithsonianus Corvus cornix Emberiza pusilla
Circus macrourus Larus thayeri    
Aquila clanga      

n Near rarity species observation (read here)
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Bean Goose Anser fabalis (1)
(1) Albacete. A rossicus bird was found on 4.3 at Villalgordo del Júcar, Albacete (Félix Picazo). On 5.3 it remained there (Féliz Picazo; Rafa Torralba). Seen and videotaped again on 7.3 (Manolo Salas).See a capture from his video below.


Vidcap: © Manolo Salas 7.3.2017

nPink-footed Goose Anser brachyrhynchus (1,2)
Cantabria. The bird at ria de Cubas, Santander bay, Cantabria seen last month remained there on 4.3 (Javier Hernández @ Aves Cantabricas). The bird was still there on 7.3 (Xabier Vázquez Pumariño). See a thumbnail here.

Green-winged Teal Anas carolinensis (1,2,3)
(1) Barcelona. The 1w male found at Llobregat river, S of Nelson Mandela bridge, El Prat de Llobregat last month, remained there on 2.3 (Enric Fontcuberta and 3.3.2017 Marcel Gil, Marc Illa to 4.3 (Eduard Batista; Pedro Bescós and 5.3 (Quim Minoves; Marc Noguera; Antonio Martónez Rua drake remained at the river Llobregat on 6.3 (Javier Valladares, 7.3 (Ferran López; Pau Esteban, 8.3 (Raúl Bastida, 9.3 (Carlos López), 10.3 (Sergi Fernández, Josep Bujons, 11.3 (Pedro Bescós, Julio Ruiz) and 12.3 (Guillem Izquierdo; Quim Minoves).n This bird was seen again there on 18.3 (Pedro Bescós, Jofre Sendrós,Josep Bel, Andrea Peralta)..

(2) Pontevedra. The bird seen on 25.1 at Miño river mouth, A Guarda, Pontevedra remained there on 5.3 (Rafa Salvadores). See a photo below.


Photo: © Rafa Salvadores 5.3.2017

(3) Asturias. The drake found on 20.1 at Ria de Ribadesella, Asturias continued there on 10.3 associated to Teals and displaying to Teal females (Clemente Álvarez Usategui), see a photo below and thumbnail here.


Photo: © Clemente Álvarez Usategui 10.3.2017

nRing-necked Duck Aythya collaris (1,2,3-5,6)
(1) Pontevedra. There was a female at Liñares gravel pit, As Neves, Pontevedra, on 4.3 (Miguel Martínez Cabaleiro; Carlos Luciarte), probably the Tui bird moved there. This bird remained there on 5.3 (Miguel Martínez Cabaleiro). See a thumbnail here

topo(2) Gran Canaria. The female seen on 3.12.2016 at Matorral pond, Gran Canaria, continued there on 6.3 (Ton de Groot This bird was seen again on 18.3 (Miguel Avelino Suárez). See a photo below.


Photo: © Miguel Avelino Suarez 18.3.2017

(3-5) Cáceres. The two drakes and a female seen at Oliva de Plasencia, Cáceres from mid February continued there, the Estanco lagoon, on 11.3 (José V. Oropesa). See a photo below.


Photo: © José V. Oropesa 11.3.2017

(6) Navarra. On 7.3 a drake was present (with a Greater Scaup and other ducks) at Embalse de las Cañas, Viana, Navarra (Ignacio Gámez Carmona). See two photos below.


Photo: © Ignacio Gámez Carmona 7.3.2017


Photo: © Ignacio Gámez Carmona 7.3.2017

Surf Scoter Melanitta perspicillata (1)
(1) Pontevedra. The 1w male seen at A Lanzada, O Grove, Pontevedra on 10.1 was seen again ther on 1.3 (Antonio Fontoira), now with an orange bill and a bit of white in the nape.

Smew Mergellus albellus (1)
(1) Cáceres. The bird seen from November at Alcollarín, Cáceres was seen again on 12.3 (Raúl Granados).


nPresumed hybrid Western Reef x Little Egret Egretta gularis x garzetta (1,2)
Valencia. The bird seen previously at l’Albufera which moved to Tancat de la Ratlla, l'Albufera on 28.2 remained there on 3.3 (F.J.García @ A bird was seen at Silla area on 8.3, possibly this same individual (Toni Alcocer @

(2) Illes Balears. A bird was at Salobrar de Campos, Mallorca, Illes Balears, on 8.3 (Juanjo Bazán). See a thumbnail here.

toponRed-billed Tropicbird Phaeton aethereus (1-2)
(1-2) Fuerteventura. There were two adults offshore, seen from Castillo de El Cotillo, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands on 18.3 (Uca Díaz, Helena Arbonés, Ricard Gutiérrez). See a thumbnail here.

topoPied-billed Grebe Podylimbus podiceps (1)
(1) Gran Canaria. The bird at Estanque del Matorral, Gran Canaria, Canary islands for over a year remained in the area on 6.3 (Ton de Groot bird was seen again on 18.3 (Miguel Avelino Suárez). See a thumbnail here.

nLesser Flamingo Phoenicopterus minor (1)
(1) Tarragona. The adult found at La Tancada lagoon, Ebre delta, Tarragona, in February was seen again there on 5.3 (Josep Tantull, Roser Solé). Seen only again on 7.3 but not during the rest of the week (Món Natura Delta).

nRuppell's Vulture Gyps rueppellii (1)
(1) Cádiz. On 8.3 a bird was seen at Tarifa, Cádiz. It is not clear if it is the individual seen last month or a new bird (J.A.Sarry

nPallid Harrier Circus macrourus (1
1) Illes Balears. On 6.3 a female was seen at Salobrar de Campos, Mallorca (J.Moss). See a photo below and thumbnail here.


Photo: © J. Moss 6.3.2017

(2) Badajoz. On 7.3 a male was seen at Alange, Badajoz (José Guerra).

Lesser Spotted Eagle Aquila pomarina (1)
(1) Cádiz. The same bird seen last month was seen again at La Janda, Cádiz on 7.3 (Helen Commandeur

Sociable Plover Vanellus gregarius (1)
(1) Ciudad Real. A bird, that apparently had been seen at Junta de los ríos, Alcázar de San Juan, Ciudad Real, for c.20 days, was seen again on 8.3 (Maria José Valencia) and 11.3 (Alfonso López).n This bird was seen again on 19.3 (Miguel Angel Serrano).

Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga (1)
(1) Valencia. The bird present last month at l'Albufera was seen again over El Saler on 4.3 (Toni Alcocer

Cantabria. The bird found on 29.1 was seen again on 4.3 near Sollagua boardwalk, Santoña (Jesús Menéndez, Álvaro Bustamante, Toño Lastra, Marta Mesa, César Palacio et al @Aves de Cantabria).

Bonaparte's Gull Chroicocephalus philadelphia (1,2,3)
(1) A Coruña . The returning adult bird, 'Phil', was seen again at Cariño, A Coruña on on 4.3 (Ricardo Hevia).Still present on 8.3 (Ricardo Hevia; José Márquez and 12.3 (Ricardo Hevia)n to 19.3 (Ricardo Hevia).

(2) A Coruña . The 1w found on 22.2 at As Forcadas reservoir, Valdoviño, A Coruña, remained there on 4.3 (Ricardo Hevia).Seen again on 8.3 (Ricardo Hevia).

(3) A Coruña . The adult found on 27.2 at Ria de Ferrol, A Coruña was seen again at A Gándara, Narón, A Coruña on 7.3 (Juan Pita Romero).n On 17.3 it moved to A Gándara, A Coruña (Juan Pita-Romero).

American Herring Gull Larus smithsonianus (1)
(1) A Coruña. The adult ‘barrilete’ seen last month at Ceé, A Coruña, was found again at Muxía, A Coruña on 9.3 (José Márquez

(1) Lugo. The returning, now adult, Thayer’s Gull locally named ‘Cipriana’ was seen again at San Cibrao, Lugo on 3.3 (Santi Villa et al) and on 4.3 afternoon after a long search (David Calleja). The bird was seen again on 9.3 (José Márquez nand on 14.3.2017 (Juan Pita-Romero)..

nIceland Gull Larus glaucoides (1,2,3,4,5,6,7-8,9,10)
(1) A Coruña. On 1.3 a 1w was at Sada beach, A Coruña (Juan Pita-Romero). See a photo below.


Photo: © Juan Pita-Romero 1.3.2017

(2) Lugo. The 1w seen last month remained at Covas beach, Viveiro, Lugo on 4.3 (Santi Villa et al)

(3) Lugo. The 1w seen last month at San Cibrao, Xove, Lugo was seen again on 3.3 (Santi Villa et al). Also seen the same day at Morás, Xove, Lugo (Ricardo Hevia, Antonio Martínez Pernas). nThis bird remained there on 14.3 (Juan Pita-Romero).

(4) Lugo. The bird seen on 9.2 at O Vicedo, Lugo remained there on 3.3 (Antonio Martínez Pernas, Ricardo Hevia).

(5) A Coruña. One of the Iceland gulls seen last month at A Palloza pier, A Coruña remained there on 2.3 (Roberto López Veiga). On 4.3 it was seen again (José Ramón Bugallo, Fernando Pereiras, Pablo Quintana). See a photo below (J.R.Bugallo). The bird remained there on 7-9.3 (Roberto López Veiga) and 11.3 (Xabier Varela), see a photo below.nSeen again on 16.3 (Rober López Veiga).


Photo: © José Ramón Bugallo 4.3.2017


Photo: © Xabi Varela 11.3.2017

(6) Madrid. The first for Madrid remained at VRSU de Colmenar Viejo, Madrid on 5.3 (Delfín González). See a photo below and two thumbnails here.n See more photos of the Madrid bird in the Delfín González blog here.


Photo: © Delfín González 5.3.2017

(7-8) A Coruña. Two were present on 3.3 at Boca do Río, Porto do Son, A Coruña ( Juan Cabeza).

(9) Huelva. The 1w bird found on 21.2 at Isla Cristina,Huelva was still there on 9.3 (Pablo Galiano

(10) A Coruña. A new 1w reached Cariño, A Coruña on 7.3 (Ricardo Hevia), see a photo below. It remained there on 8.3 to 12.3 (Ricardo Hevia)n to 19.3 (Ricardo Hevia)..


Photo: © Ricardo Hevia 7.3.2017

nGlaucous Gull Larus hyperboreus (1,2,3,4,5)
A Coruña. One of the 1w remained at A Palloza pier, A Coruña harbour on 1.3 (Roberto López Veiga). On 4.3 it was still there (José Ramón Bugallo, Fernando Pereiras, Pablo Quintana). See a photo below (J.R.Bugallo).The bird remained there on 7-9.3 (Roberto López Veiga) and 11.3 (Xabier Varela).


Photo: © José Ramón Bugallo 4.3.2017

(2) Bizkaia. The bird seen last month at Ondarroa harbour, Bizkaia, remained there on 3.3 (Juan Carlos Andrés). See a thumbnail here. On 5.3 and on 12.3 it was still there, see a photo below.


Photo: © Juan Carlos Andrés 5.3.2017

(3) A Coruña. A new 1w reached Cariño, A Coruña on 7.3 (Ricardo Hevia), see a photo below. It remained there on 8-12.3 (Ricardo Hevia).


Photo: © Ricardo Hevia 7.3.2017

(4) Pontevedra. An adult was found on 9.3 at Cangas do Morrazo harbour, Pontevedra (Juan Pita-Romero). See two photos below.


Photo: © Juan Pita-Romero 9.3.2017


Photo: © Juan Pita-Romero 9.3.2017

n(5) Lugo. On 14.3 a 1w was seen at Burela harbour, Lugo. It is the same bird seen in Xove on 4.3 (Juan Pita Romero).

Steppe Grey Shrike Lanius (meridionalis) pallidirostris (1,2) FIRST & SECOND FOR SPAIN
Almería. The bird found at Andarax river mouth, Almería on 29.11.2016 remained there on 1.3.2017 (Gilly & David Elliott-Binns). See a photo below and a thumbnail here (Gilly Elliott-Binns). Seen again on 7.3 (Andrew M.Allport). See two photos below.


Photo: © Gilly Elliott-Binns 1.3.2017


Photo: © Andrew M. Allport 7.3.2017


Photo: © Andrew M. Allport 7.3.2017

(2) Sevilla. The bird at at Coria del Rio, Sevilla remained there on 2.3 (Paco Chiclana). See a thumbnail here. This bird was seen again on 10.3 (Antonio García Ramos

Garden Bulbul Pycnonotus barbatus (1)
(1) Cádiz . One bird was singing at Tarifa, Cádiz, on 11.3 (Pablo Galiano

Hooded Crow Corvus cornix (1-2,3)
Barcelona. The two birds coing from spring 2016 at El Prat de Llobregat remained between the river and the town in March 2017: 2.3 at the river (Enric Fontcuberta, 4.3 (Xavier Parra and 5.3 (Quique Carballal; Quim Minoves; Manolo Romero of the birds was seen again on 11.3 (Pedro Bescós) and two on 12.3 (Quim Minoves).

n(3) Gibraltar. On 18.3 the bird seen there before was still around Gibraltar (John Cortés).

nYellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus

Overwintering birds in mainland Spain after largest Autumn influx ever recorded (14+ this month)

(1) Tarragona. One of the two birds at Sant Jordi garden, Reus seen from November remained on 4.3 (Víctor Doz and 5.3 (Jordi Jover Garcia).n Seen again on 18.3 (Jordi Jover).

(2) A Coruña. The bird seen last month at Santa Margarita park, A Coruña, was seen again on 1.3 and 4.3 (Cosme Damián Romay).Still there on 10-11.3 (Cosme Damián Romay), see a thumbnail here.n Seen again on 14.3 (Cosme Damián Romay).

(3) Cádiz. There was one at Véjer de la Frontera, Cádiz, on 7.3 (Pablo Galiano

(4) Cádiz. The bird seen on 1.2 at Algeciras, Cádiz remained there on 6.3 (J.A.Sarry

topo(5) Fuerteventura. A bird was at Oasis Park, La Lajita, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands on 8.3 (Daniel Kratzer).

topo(6) Lanzarote. A bird was seen on 12.3 near Teguise golf gardens (Julio Rodríguez Martínez, F.Javier García Vargas).

topo(7) Gran Canaria. A bird seen in January remained at El Román, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on 12.3 (Xabier Remirez).

topo(8) Fuerteventura. The bird remaining at Pájara, Fuerteventura from last month was seen again on 12.3 (Uca Díaz).n On 18.3 it was seen and photographed again (Ricard Gutiérrez, Helena Arbonés). See a photo below.


Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 18.3.2017

topo(9) Fuerteventura. There was a bird at Barranco de las Penitas, Fuerteventura, on 12.3 (pers comm to Uca Díaz).

topo(10) Fuerteventura. The bird seen previously at Costa Calma roundabout garden was seen and heard again on 17.3 (Ricard Gutiérrez, Helena Arbonés). see a photo below.


Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 18.3.2017

topo(11) Lanzarote. A bird was seen on 18.3 at Playa Blanca, Lanzarote (Håvar Hveding). Photos to come this week.

(12) Pontevedra. On 18.3 a bird was seen at Plaza de O Corgo, O Grove, Pontevedra (Xabier Vázquez Pumariño, Juan Diéguez)

(13) Alicante. On 17.3 a bird was at La Senia Palm Park, Santa Pola. In small trees next to restaurant terrace (Paul Barrick).

(14) A Coruña. On 15.3 a bird at Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña still lingered near Auditorio de Galicia (Xabier Vázquez Pumariño)..

Hume's Warbler Phylloscopus humei (1,2)
(1) Barcelona. The bird at Poble Sec, Montjuïc, Barcelona was still present at its usual place on 2.3 (Enric Fontcuberta bird was seen again on 11.3 (Albert Manero).

(2) Cádiz. The new bird found at Barca de Véjer, Cádiz on 25.2 was seen again on 1.3 (Javier Elorriaga –see a photo below- ; Andrés Bego Sánchez –see a thumbnail here-) and 3.3. (Javi Elorriaga, Yeray Seminario,ebird list here). This bird was seen agaon on 7.3 (Pablo Galiano


Photo: © Javi Elorriaga 1.3.2017

Siberian Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita tristis (1,2)
(1) Cáceres. There was a tristis-like bird at Zarza de Granadilla, Cáceres, on 2.3 (Hugo Vespertinus). See a photo below.


Photo: © Hugo Vespertinus 2.3.2017

(2) A Coruña. A bird was found at Santa Margarita park, A Coruña on 10-11.3 (Cosme Damián Romay). See two thumbnails here.

topoOlive-backed Pipit Anthus hodgsoni (1)
(1) Fuerteventura. There was a bird at Riu Oliva Beach Hotel near Corralejo, Fuerteventura, on 9.3 (Daniel Kratzer).

Little Bunting Emberiza pusilla (1-2)
(1-2) Pontevedra. On On 5.3 there were two birds at Salcidos, Esteiro do Miño, Pontevedra (Rafa Salvadores). See two photos below. A bird remained there on 10.3 (Fernando Pereiras) and on 11.3 there were two at the same place (José Luís Lorenzo García, David Calleja, José Luís Fernández Carnero).


Photo: © Rafa Salvadores 5.3.2017


Photo: © Rafa Salvadores 5.3.2017


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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

newFrom 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.

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Recent reports includes the latest sightings from the whole of Spain 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 the Spanish 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 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 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 Madrid Iceland Gull, seen again on 5.3 (Delfín González)
The Hume's Warbler at Barca de Véjer, Cádiz on 1.3 (Andrés Bego Sánchez).
The female Ring-necked Duck at As Neves, Pontevedra (Miguel Martínez Cabaleiro)
The Glaucous Gull at Ondarroa, Bizkaia on 3.3. (Juan Carlos Andrés)
The Steppe Shrike at Almería remained there on 1.3 (Gilly Elliott-Binns).
The Steppe Shrike at Sevilla also remained at its site on 2.3 (Paco Chiclana).
The Bean Goose at Lourido, Pontevedra as on 7.3 (Xabier Vázquez Pumariño).
The female Pallid Harrier at Mallorca on 6.3 (J.Moss)
The presumed hybrid Egret at Salobrar de Campos, Mallorca on 8.3 (Juanjo Bazán).
The cf. Siberian Chiffchaff at Santa Margarita park, A Coruña (Cosme Damián Romay)
The Yellow-browed Warbler was still at Santa Margarita park, A Coruña in early March (Cosme Damián Romay)
The drake Ring-necked Duck at Las Cañas reservoir, Navarra (Ignacio Gámez)
The Green-winged Teal from Asturies was seen again on 10.3 (Clemente Álvarez Usategui)
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One of the two Red-billed Tropicbirds seen off El Cotillo castle, Fuerteventura on 18.3 (Ricard Gutiérrez)
The long-stayer Pied-billed Grebe remained at Gran Canaria one year and 4 months after its arrival (Miguel Avelino Suárez)

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