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topoTaxa index (n= 9 + 27 = 36) + (0) Gibraltar
GALLOANSERAE
 
Cygnus cygnus Anser albifrons flavirostris Anas carolinensis Aythya affinis
Anser fabalis Branta bernicla hrota Aythya collaris Mergellus albellus
Anser brachyrhynchus      

NEOAVES

Egretta gularis x garzetta Aquila pomarina Larus smithsonianus Corvus ruficollis
Phoenicopterus minor Crex crex Larus thayeri Phylloscopus inornatus
Podylimbus podiceps Vanellus gregarius Larus glaucoides Phylloscopus humei
Podiceps grisegena Numenius hudsonicus Larus hyperboreus Phylloscopus collybita tristis
Gyps rueppellii Calidris falcinellus Lanius (meridionalis) pallidirostris Calcarius lapponicus
Circus macrourus Chroicocephalus philadelphia Pycnonotus barbatus Emberiza pusilla
Aquila clanga Larus fuscus fuscus Corvus cornix  

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Whooper Swan Cygnus cygnus(1-2)
(1-2) Cantabria. The two birds, coming from 29.11 at La Ponderosa, Carasa, P.N. Marismas de Santoña Victoria y Joyel, Cantabria, remained there on 11.2 (Jesús Mari Lekuona, Jon Sola, Javi Sola, Ricardo Rodríguez, Juan Carlos Andrés). See a photo below (Jesús Mari Lekuona). Still around on 18.2 (Luis Mario Arce, Aitor Rincón, José Antonio García Pérez and 19 more people/ SEO-Asturias).Still there on 19.2 (Alfredo Sánchez Galán, Sara Bujeda, Fran Alcalá, Rocío Sus). nOn 25.2 the two birds remained near Carasa, P.N. Marismas de Santoña Victoria y Joyel (Serafín Alarcón y Conchi Mateos @Aves Cantabricas).

Cygcyg

Photo: © Jesús Mari Lekuona 11.2.2017

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Bean Goose Anser fabalis (1)
(1) Zaragoza/Navarra. A bird that had been found on 17.1 (Juan Carlos Albero) and photographed on 14.2 (Ignacio Arrospide), read more on the sightings at AODA blog here, was seen again on 18.2 at Laguna de los dos Reinos, Navarra/Zaragoza (Manuel Quintana Becerra y Charo Fdez. Montaño). See a thumbnail here.

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nPink-footed Goose Anser brachyrhynchus (1,2)
(1) Pontevedra. The bird seen last month continued at Lourido, Poio, Pontevedra on 3.2 (Vitor Xosé Cabaleiro). This bird was seen again on 13.2 (Vítor Xosé Cabaleiro). On 21.2 it was seen from Mollavao, Pontevedra flying towards Lourido-Poio (Álvaro Rodríguez Pomares).See a photo below and thumbnail here.

Ansbra

Photo: ©Álvaro Rodríguez Pomares 21.2.2017

(2) Cantabria. There was a bird at ria de Cubas, Cantabria on 18.2 (Luis Mario Arce, Aitor Rincón, José Antonio García Pérez and 19 more people/ SEO-Asturias), see a thumbnail here. Still there on 19.2 (Alfredo Sánchez Galán, Sara Bujeda, Fran Alcalá, Rocío Sus).

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Greenland White-fronted Goose Anser albifrons flavirostris (1-3)
(1-3) Zaragoza. There were three at Gallocanta, Zaragoza on 2.2 (Ángel Cano). These birds have been seen in the area since last December and have been recently identified as flavirostris. See more information in Spanish at Anuario Rocín blog here. See a thumbnail here.

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Pale-belllied Brent Goose Branta bernicla hrota (1-7,8)
(1-7) Pontevedra. The group of ringed birds seen last months at Combarro, Poio, Pontevedra remained there on 2.2 (Vítor Xosé Cabaleiro). On 13.2 the group was back to A Seca, Poio, Pontevedra (Vítor Xosé Cabaleiro).

topo(8) Tenerife. A 1w was present on 22.2 at Buenavista Golf, Tenerife (Rob Batchelder) and 23.2 (Francisco Cruz Alvarado, Eduardo Garcia-del-Rey). The 2nd record for Tenerife. 4th for Canary Islands. See a photo below.

Braberhro

Photo: © Eduardo García del Rey 23.2.2017

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Green-winged Teal Anas carolinensis (1,2)
(1) Barcelona. On On 4.2 a 1w male was found at Llobregat river, S of Nelson Mandela bridge, El Prat de Llobregat (Sergi Sales, Núria Rodríguez). The bird was seen again later after the news were broadcasted (Ricard Gutiérrez, Helena Arbonés – see a photo below-; Jordi Vàzquez, César Castel, Lluís Gustamante; Marc Pérez López; Antonio Rodríguez Sinovas, Toni Alonso @ ornitho.cat). Seen again on 5.2 (César Castel; Xavier Parra, Quique Carballal, Eduard Batista, Marc Noguera @ornitho.cat).This bird was seen the following days: 7.2 still at Llobregat river, El Prat de Llobregat (Ferran López) and on 8.2 (David Ibañez, Nico Ordax, Quel Vilalta, Guillem Folch), 10.2 (Xesco Puigdomènech, Òscar Bargalló @ornitho.cat) and 11.2 (César Castel; Quim Minoves; Vittorio Pedrocchi @ornitho.cat) to 12.2 (Pau García Campderròs, César Castel). On 16.2 the 1w ♂ was relocated at Cal Tet lagoon Llobregat Delta, Barcelona (Ferran López). The bird was back at the river Llobregat on 19.2 (César Castel et al). Still there on 20.2 (Dani Diaz-Diethelm, Ferran López @ornitho.cat), 22.2 (Raúl Bastida @ornitho.cat), 23.2 (Marcel Gil, Manolo García Tarrasón @ornitho.cat) and 25.2 (Quique Carballal; Dani Díaz Diethelm, Jeniffer Arbieto @ornitho.cat) to 26.2 (César Castel; Quique Carballal). nThis bird was seen again on 27.2 at Llobregat river, El Prat de Llobregat (Raúl Bastida)..

Anacar

Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 4.2.2017

(2) Asturias. The drake seen last month at Ria de Ribadesella, Asturias was seen again on 1.2 (Itziar Gutiérrez). See more in her blog here.

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toponRing-necked Duck Aythya collaris (1,2-5,6)
(1) Gran Canaria. The female seen on 3.12.2016 at Matorral pond, Gran Canaria, continued there on 11.2 (Miguel Avelino Suarez). See a photo below and a thumbnail here. The female at Maspalomas pond was still present on 20.2 (Jacob Lotz, Daan Drukker @observado.es).

Aytcol

Photo: © Miguel Avelino Suarez 11.2.2017

(2-5) Cáceres. There were four (two males and two females) at Talaván reservoir, Cáceres on 7.2 (Martin Kelsey). See more at CREX website here. Perhaps the four birds moved to other parts of Cáceres the following days because a group of three and a single one were seen in two places of Cáceres from 16-17.2: On 16.2 three individuals, two drakes and a female were seen at Oliva de Plasencia, Cáceres (Hugo Sánchez Mateos, Raquel Lozano@ CREX website) and on 17.2 a male was seen at Villamesías, Cáceres (Raúl Granados @ CREX website). Three birds, a female and two males remained at Oliva de Plasencia, Cáceres, on 19.2 (César Clemente, Hugo Sánchez, Jenny Torfs, Michel Viskens, Raquel Lozano y Sergio Mayordomo) and 20.2 (J.A. Sarry, José Maria Lubían R.de Agredano @observado.es). nOn 27.2 the birds remained at Oliva de Plasencia, Cáceres (Sergio Mayordomo). See a photo below.

Aytcol

Photo: © Sergio Mayordomo 27.2.2017

(6) Pontevedra. There was a female at A Fenteira gravel pit, Tui, Pontevedra on 15.2 (Miguel Martínez Cabaleiro).

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topoLesser Scaup Aythya affinis (1)
(1) Tenerife. A male was present from 6.1 to 17.2 at El Fraile reservoir, Tenerife (Barry Lancaster, Robin Mawer, Francisco Cruz Alvarado, Eduardo Garcia-del-Rey). See a photo below (Eduardo García del Rey).

Aytaff

Photo: © Eduardo García del Rey 17.2.2017

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Smew Mergellus albellus (1)
(1) Madrid. There was a female type bird on 7.2 at El Pardo reservoir, Madrid (Alfonso Rodríguez).

Meralb

Photo: © Alfonso Rodríguez 7.2.2017

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nPresumed hybrid Western Reef x Little Egret Egretta gularis x garzetta (1,2)
(1) Huelva. On 25.2 a bird was seen at Playa de la Punta del Caimán, Isla Cristina, Huelva (F.Javier Salcedo @observado.es).

(2) Valencia. A bird seen previously at l’Albufera was seen again at Alfafar, Albufera de València on 24.2 (Pau Ferrer @observado.es).nThis bird moved to Tancat de la Ratlla, l'Albufera, on 28.2 (Pablo Vera). See two photos below. According to facial shape it is believed to be the same bird coming from 2009 at Silla and Sollana parts of l'Albufera (Pablo Vera).

Egrgargul

Photo: © Pablo Vera 28.2.2017

Egrgargul

Photo: © Pablo Vera 28.2.2017

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nLesser Flamingo Phoenicopterus minor (1,2,3-4,5-7)
(1) Tarragona. On 4.2 an adult was found at La Tancada lagoon within a +2000 P.roseus group (Marcel Gil). Later seen by more authors (Quique Carballal, Javi Valladares; Ricard Gutiérrez, Helena Arbonés and others). See four photos below (Ricard Gutiérrez).Seen again on 9.2 at Tancada lagoon, Delta de l’Ebre, Tarragona (Ferran Broto; Màrius Domingo). Still present on 11.2 (Gorka Gorospe; Xavier Idígora, Pau G. Campderròs) and 12.2 (Ponç Feliu; Joan Ferrer Casanova; Manolo Sánchez Blanch).Still present on 18.2 (Lluc Sernis). Best chance in years to see one from public access areas in NE Iberia. This bird was seen again on 19.2 (Harold Wijts @observado.es), 21.2 (Carles Oliver; Sergi Sales) and 23.2 (Fernando Enrique Navarrete, Marc Pérez López, Ricard Gutiérrez) but not on 24.2. Seen again on 25.2 (Harold Wijts @observado.es) and on 26.2 (Quique Carballal, Dani González Martín, Jordi Sala, Javier Valladares, Ricard Busquets).

Phomin

Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 5.2.2017

Phomin

Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 5.2.2017

Phomin

Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 5.2.2017

Phomin

Photo: © Ricard Gutiérrez 5.2.2017

(2) Ciudad Real. On 23.2 an adult was seen at Laguna de Navaseca, Daimiel, Ciudad Real (Tobias Epple, Andreas Schulz-Benick/ birdingtours.de). See a photo below (Tobias Epple). Probably this bird may be the same seen on 26.2 at Alcázar de San Juan lagoons, Ciudad Real (Fernando Alonso). See a thumbnail here.

Phomin

Photo: © Tobias Epple 23.2.2017

(3-4) Sevilla. On 21.2 two birds were present at Veta la Palma, Doñana Natural Park, Sevilla (Alberto Savijn, Javier Rengel @observado.es)

n(5-7) Málaga. On 28.2 there were three adults at Fuentedepiedra lagoon, Málaga (Jack Llewelyn Rogers‏). See a photo below.

Phomin

Photo: © Jack Llewelyn Rogers 28.2.2017

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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 11.2 (Miguel Avelino Suarez). See a thumbnail here. The bird at estanque del Matorral was seen again on 20.2 (Jacob Lotz, Daan Drukker @observado.es).

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Red-necked Grebe Podiceps grisegena (1)
(1) A Coruña. The bird seen off Carnota beach, A Coruña last month remained there on 4.2 (Ramsés Pérez). See a thumbnail here. This bird was seen again on 8.2 (Fernando Pereiras).

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nRuppell's Vulture Gyps rueppellii (1)
(1) Cádiz. On 6.2 a bird was seen at Tarifa, Cádiz (Javi Elorriaga / Birding the Strait, see a photo below and a thumbnail here).

Gyprup

Photo: © Javi Elorriaga / Birding the Strait 7.2.2017

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nPallid Harrier Circus macrourus (1,2,3,4)
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1) Cádiz. On 1.2 a 2cy was seen over Jeréz de la Frontera, Cádiz (Hilbran Verstraete @observado.es).

(2) Cádiz. On 4.2 a male was seen and photographed at Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz (Hilbran Verstraete @observado.es).

(3) Asturias. On 15.2 a 1w continued around Cabo Peñas, Gozón, Asturias. See a photo below and thumbnails here (Luis Mario Arce).

Cirmac

Photo: © Luis Mario Arce 15.2.2017

(4) Alicante. On 15.2 a 1w bird was seen at Vistabella road, El Hondo, Alicante (Greta Holley).

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Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga (1,2,3,4)
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Alicante. Adult not Tonn. This bird was seen again on 4.2 (Álex Colorado)..

(2) Alicante. Adult Tonn. It was seen again at El Hondo on 4.2 (Álex Colorado).

(3) Alicante. The 3cy was seen again on 1.2 at El Hondo, Alicante (Yanina Maggiotto, Gorka Gorospe, Jana Marco). See a thumbnail here. Seen again on 4.2 (Álex Colorado).

(4) Valencia. The bird present last month was still at Rabisanxo ricefields, Alfafar, Valencia, on 1.2 (V.Paris @birdingalbufera.es).This bird was seen again on 8.2 (Pedro Marín, see photos below) and 10.2 at Albufera de Valencia (Yanina Maggiotto, Gorka Gorospe).

Aqucla

Photo: © Pedro Marín 8.2.2017

Aqucla

Photo: © Pedro Marín 8.2.2017

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Lesser Spotted Eagle Aquila pomarina (1,2,3)
(1) Cádiz. The same bird seen last January was seen again on 10.2 at La Janda, Cádiz (Javi Elorriaga / Birding the Strait). Apparently it is a pure bird but it may well also be a presumed backcross, the darkish iris and the fact of being here during the winter may point towards this fact. See a photo below. nOne of the possible integrades was seen again on 28.2 at La Janda. A.pomarina like but perhaps with a too dark iris and a head shape more clanga-like. See two photos below (Javier Elorriaga /Birding the Strait)..

Aqupom

Photo: © Javi Elorriaga / Birding the Strait 10.2.2017

Aqupom

Photo: © Javi Elorriaga / Birding the Strait 28.2.2017

Aqupom

Photo: © Javi Elorriaga / Birding the Strait 28.2.2017

(2) Alicante. The bird seen last month at El Hondo was relocated on 14.2 at Lo Chicharro, El Hondo, Alicante (Malcolm Palmer, Eddie Walker, B.Vickers). See a photo below and thumbnails here (Eddie Walker). More photos from M.J.Norton below.

Aqupom

Photo: © Eddie Walker 14.2.2017

Aqupom

Photo: © Michael J Norton 14.2.2017

Photo: © Michael J Norton 14.2.2017

(3) Cádiz. There was a new individual at La Janda, Cádiz, on 17.2, quite different and certainly a pure typical indidivual (Javi Elorriaga/Birding the Strait, Thierry Pellet). See a photo below and three thumbnails here (Javi Elorriaga/Birding the Strait).

Aqupom

Photo: © Javi Elorriaga / Birding the Strait 17.2.2017

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Corncrake Crex crex (1)
(1) Huesca. On 25.2 morning a bird was flushed while walking at Valdabra, Huesca (Juan Carlos Albero).

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Sociable Plover Vanellus gregarius (1)
(1) Tarragona. The bird seen from December 2016 was still at Deltebre, Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona on 1.2 (Cristian Jensen/ Audouin Birding). The bird was seen again on 7.2 near Deltebre, Tarragona (Carles Oliver). Not found in following days.


HUDSONIAN WHIMBREL Numenius hudsonicus (1) ONLY ONE PREVIOUS ACCEPTED RECORD SO FAR IN SPAIN
(1)
Cantabria. The bird found on 29.1 was seen again on 1.2 (Iván Sarabia @ Aves de Cantabria), 2.2 (Luis López Areal, Óscar Carazo @ Aves de Cantabria), 3.2 (Alejandro G. Herrera & Ernesto Villodas @ Aves de Cantabria) and 5.2 (José Portillo, Jus Pérez, Gorka Ocio et al). See two photos below (Gorka Ocio). Still at Cicero on 6.2 (Mick Richardson; Javier Train, Daniel Cazo, Juan Carlos Albero), 7.2 (Jesús Menéndez), see a photo below, 10.2 (Javi Palazuelo @ Aves de Cantabria) and 11.2 (Jesús Mari Lekuona, Jon Sola, Javi Sola, Ricardo Rodriguez y Juan Carlos Andres). Still around Cicero on 18.2 (Luis Mario Arce, Aitor Rincón, José Antonio García Pérez and 19 more people/ SEO-Asturias), see two more photos below and two thumbnails here (Luis Mario Arce). Seen again on 23.2 near Sollagua boardwalk, Santoña (Jesús Menéndez @Aves de Cantabria).

Numhud

Photo: © Gorka Ocio 5.2.2017

Numhud

Photo: © Gorka Ocio 5.2.2017

Numhud

Photo: © Jesús Menéndez 7.2.2017

Numpha

Photo: © Luis Mario Arce 18.2.2017

Numpha

Photo: © Luis Mario Arce 18.2.2017

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Broad-billed Sandpiper Calidris falcinellus (1)
(1)
Tarragona. A bird was seen on 12.2 at El Trabucador, Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona (Vittorio Pedrocchi). See a photo below.

Clafal

Photo: © Vittorio Pedrocchi 12.2.2017

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Bonaparte's Gull Chroicocephalus philadelphia (1,2,3,4)
(1) A Coruña . The returning adult bird, 'Phil', was seen again at Cariño, A Coruña on on 1.2 (Ricardo Hevia) and on 4.2 too (Ricardo Hevia).On 19.2 it was seen again at Cariño, A Coruña (Alfonso Rodrigo, José Antonio Salazar Rabasa, José Luis Lorenzo, Núria Álvarez-Acevedo @Noticiario SGO). n On 26.2 it was seen again at Cariño, A Coruña (Francisco Baena). See a photo below and a thumbnail here..

Chrphi

Photo: © Francisco Baena 26.2.2017

(2) A Coruña . On 1.2 the returning adult was still at Carnota, A Coruña (Ramsés Pérez). On 4.2 it moved to Ézaro beach, Carnota, A Coruña (Ramsés Pérez). See a thumbnail here.On 8.2 it was still there (Ramsés Pérez).

(3) A Coruña . A 1w was found on 22.2 (Ricardo Hevia, Xabier Prieto) and remaned there on 23.2 (Ricardo Hevia) at As Forcadas reservoir, Valdoviño, A Coruña. See photos below (Xabier Prieto).n Still there on 28.2 (Ricardo Hevia).

Chrphi

Photo: © Xabi Prieto 22.2.2017

n(4) A Coruña . An adult was found on 27.2 at Ria de Ferrol, A Coruña (Juan Pita Romero). 3rd Bonaparte's in 30 km stretch of A Coruña coast. See two thumbnails here.

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American Herring Gull Larus smithsonianus (1,2)
(1) Bizkaia. The bird at Ondarroa remained there on 14.2 (Serafín Alarcón @ornitho.eus)

(2) A Coruña. The adult ‘barrilete’ was relocated at Ceé, A Coruña, on 19.2 (J.A. Sarry, José Maria Lubían R.de Agredano @observado.es).

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Baltic Gull Larus fuscus fuscus (1)
(1) Málaga. An adult reached Málaga harbour on 19.2 (Salvador García). See a photo below.

Larfusfus

Photo: © Salvador Garcia 19.2.2017

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THAYER'S GULL Larus thayeri (1) RETURNING ADULT 'CIPRIANA'
(1) Lugo. On 17.2 the returning, now adult, Thayer’s Gull locally named ‘Cipriana’ was seen again at Lago fish farms, Xove, Lugo (Hannu Palojarvi et al). On 18.2 it was seen again at San Cibrao, Lugo (José Alberto Fernández Ugarte), see a photo below. On 19.2 it was seen again at Lago fish farm, Lugo (Alfonso Rodrigo, José Antonio Salazar Rabasa, José Luis Lorenzo, Núria Álvarez-Acevedo @Noticiario SGO). .

Lartha

Photo: © (José Alberto Fernández Ugarte 18.2.2017

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nIceland Gull Larus glaucoides (1,2,3,4,5,6,7-8,9,10,11,12)
(1) A Coruña. On 2.2 a 1w was at Esteiro beach, A Coruña (Antonio Martínez Pernas). See a thumbnail here.

(2) Pontevedra. On 3.2 a 1w was at Playa de Lagos, Beluso, Bueu, Pontevedra (José Ramón Gómez). See a photo below.

Largla

Photo: © José Ramón Gómez 3.2.2017

(3) Lugo. A 1w remained at Viveiro, Lugo on 4.2 (Ricardo Hevia)

(4) Lugo. A 1w was at Morás, Xove, Lugo on 4.2 (Ricardo Hevia). Perhaps the same bird was seen again on 18.2 at Xove, Lugo (J.A.Sarry).

(5) Bizkaia . On 1.2 (Gabriel Esturro; Selene Gancedo @ornitho.eus) and 2.2 (Serafín Alarcón) a bird was at Bilbao, Bizkaia. It remained there on 4.2 (Mick Richardson) and 5.2 (Jorge Nubla), see a photo below. On 8.2 it was seen at Getxo, Bizkaia (Andoni Candel @ornitho.eus)..

Largla

Photo: © Jorge Nubla 5.2.2017

(6) Lugo. On 9.2 a bird was at Vicedo, Lugo (Pablo Pita). Still there on 11.2 (Antonio Martínez Pernas)

(7-8) A Coruña. On 13.2 there were two 1w at A Palloza pier, A Coruña (Cosme Damián Romay, D.González, Roberto López Veiga). See photos below and thumbnails here. On 16.2 there was only one 1w at the same place (Cosme Damián Romay) but on 18.2 the two 1w were back (Miguel Rodríguez Esteban, Núria Álvarez-Acebedo, Teresa Sánchez, Cosme Damián Romay).n This bird was seen again on 27.2 (Cosme Damián Romay, Pablo Lado; Roberto López).

Largla

1st bird Photo: © D. González 13.2.2017

Largla

1st bird Photo: © D. González 13.2.2017

Largla

The 2nd bird Photo: © D. González 13.2.2017

Largla

The 2nd bird Photo: © D. González 13.2.2017

(9) Gipuzkoa. On 12.2 a 1w was at Oxinbiribil, Irun, Gipuzkoa (Itziar Gutiérrez). Read more about this sighting at Itziar blog here and see photos below and thumbnails here. .

Largla

Photo: © Itziar Gutiérrez 12.2.2017

Largla

Photo: © Itziar Gutiérrez 12.2.2017

topo(10) La Palma. On 20.2 a 1w was seen at Santa Cruz de La Palma harbour, La Palma (Alino Vegano). 1st record for La Palma. 5th record for the Canary Islands.

(11) Huelva. On 21.2 a 1w was found at Isla Cristina,Huelva (Francis Rodríguez). On 23.2 it was seen again (Paco Chiclana, Fernando del Valle, Mario Martín y Francis Rodríguez) . Seen again on 24.2 (José Márquez), see a photo below and 25.2 (F.Javier Salcedo @observado.es).

Largla

Photo: © Paco Chiclana 23.2.2017

Largla

Photo: © Paco Chiclana 23.2.2017

Largla

Photo: © José Márquez 24.2.2017

(12) Madrid. The first for Madrid was seen during the week along the Manzanares river and relocated on 26.2 at VRSU de Colmenar Viejo, Madrid (Delfín González). See a photo below.

Largla

Photo: © Delfín González 26.2.2017

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nGlaucous Gull Larus hyperboreus (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12)
(1) A Coruña. On 1.2 a new 1w was at Cariño, A Coruña (Ricardo Hevia). See a thumbnail here.

(2-3) A Coruña. On 2.2 a 1w A reached Palloza pier, A Coruña harbour (Cosme Damián Romay). See a photo below and thumbnails here. It was still there on 3-4.2 (Cosme Damián Romay). This bird remained in the area on 7-9.2 (Cosme Damián Romay) and 10.2 when two were present (Cosme Damián Romay). On 13.2 there was a single 1w at A Palloza pier, A Coruña (impossible to know if bird (2) or (3) (Cosme Damián Romay, D.González, Roberto López Veiga). On 15.2 (Roberto López Veiga) and 16.2 (Cosme Damián Romay) also one single bird (2) or (3) was seen but on 18.2 both birds (2-3) were seen again (Miguel Rodríguez Esteban, Núria Álvarez-Acebedo, Teresa Sánchez, Cosme Damián Romay).A Coruña. One 1w bird at A Palloza pier, A Coruña was still there on 22.2 (Cosme Damián Romay) and 24.2 (Roberto López Veiga). nThis bird was seen again on 27.2 (Cosme Damián Romay, Pablo Lado, Dani Forte)..

Larhyp

Photo: © Cosme Damián Romay 2.2.2017

Larhyp

Photo: © D. González 13.2.2017

(4) A Coruña. On 5.2 a 1w was at A Gavota beach, Carnota, A Coruña (José Luís Fernández Carnero).

(5) Lugo. On 11.2 a bird was at Vicedo, Lugo (Antonio Martínez Pernas).

(6) Asturias. On 5.2 one was seen at Ría de Avilés, Asturias (Manuel Quintana y Charo Fdez. Montaño), See a photo below (Manuel Quintana).

Larhyp

Photo: © Manuel Quintana 5.2.2017

(7) Pontevedra. On 5.2 a bird was at Area de Bon beach, Beluso-Bueu, Pontevedra (Ana Isabel Pérez, Juan Gómez, José Ramón Gómez). See two photos below (José Ramón Gómez).

Larhyp

Photo: © José Ramón Gómez 5.2.2017

Larhyp

Photo: © José Ramón Gómez 5.2.2017

(8) Cantabria. On 9.2 a 1w was at Somo, Ribamontán al Mar, Cantabria (Jesús Menéndez, Iván Sarabia @ Anuario Ornitológico de Cantabria).

(9) Bizkaia. On 11.2 (Ana Miranda) and 12.2 a 1w was at Ondarroa harbour, Bizkaia (Juan Carlos Andrés @ornitho.eus). On 14.2 it moved to nearby Artibai, Ondarroa (Serafín Alarcón @ornitho.eus), but was back to the harbour later (Itziar Gutiérresz, see a photo below) and remained there on 15.2 (Alfredo Valiente, Asier Aldaur @ornitho.eus). Still there on 18.2 (Ricardo Rodríguez).

Larhyp

Photo: © Itziar Gutiérrez 14.2.2017

(10) Gipuzkoa. A bird was seen at Mutriku, Gipuzkoa, on 13.2 (Asier Aldaur @ornitho.eus).nThis bird remained in the area on 19.2 (Ricardo Rodríguez), see an entry in his blog here and on 22.2 (Juan Arizaga @ornitho.eus)..

(11) Lugo. On 18.2 a 1w was present at San Cibrao, Lugo (José Alberto Fernández Ugarte).

(12) Cádiz. On 18.2 a 1w was seen and photographed at Chipiona, Cádiz (Paco Chiclana). See a photo below.

Larhyp

Photo: © Paco Chiclana 18.2.2017

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Steppe Grey Shrike Lanius (meridionalis) pallidirostris (1,2) FIRST & SECOND FOR SPAIN
(1)
Almería. The bird found at Andarax river mouth, Almería on 29.11.2016 remained there on 8.2 (Andrew M. Allport), see a photo below, and on 9.2 too (Raimundo Martín).On 15.2 this bird was still at Andarax river, Almería (David Elliot Binns). On 24.2 it was still there (Juan Pérez Contreras y Beatriz Pérez Machado). See a photo below. On 25.2 it was still there (Raimundo Martín).

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Photo: © Andrew M. Allport 8.2.2017

Lanpal

Photo: © Juan Pérez Contreras 24.2.2017

(2) Sevilla. On 9.2 the bird at Coria del Rio, Sevilla was trapped and ringed (Manuel Vázquez/GO Zamalla, Jesús Fernández/GOSUR, Maria Harana). Read the story in Spanish at Zamalla Ringing Group blog here. On 15.2 the bird at Sevilla was still present in the same area (Paco Chiclana, Fernando del Valle, Mario Martín y José A. Lama). The bird was seen again on 26.2 (Paco Chiclana, Beatriz Chiclana) nand 28.2 (Paco Chiclana, Ricardo Martín-Baylo, Juan Martín), see a thumbnail here.

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Garden Bulbul Pycnonotus barbatus (1-2)
(1-2) Cádiz . Two continued at Tarifa, Cádiz, on 24.2 (J.A. Sarry @observado.es).

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Hooded Crow Corvus cornix (1-2)
(1-2)
Barcelona. The two birds coming from spring 2016 at El Prat de Llobregat remained between the river and the town in Feburary 2017: 2.2 Nelson Mandela bridge, El Prat de Llobregat (Raúl Bastida) and on 5.2 too (César Castel; Marc Noguera @ornitho.cat). These birds were seen the following days: 10.2 (Xesco Puigdomenech @ornitho.cat) and 11.2 (Carles Oliver @ornitho.cat).On 14.2 the two birds were still at El Prat de Llobregat (Daniel Roca @ornitho.cat).The two birds were seen carrying material to build a new nest at El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, on 18.2 (Albert Alonso). They had begun building the nest on 15.2 (Ferran López), but it is not clear if they are male and female or belong to the same genusnThe two birds were seen building a nest on 20.2 (Ferran López). One bird was seen at El Prat de Llobregat flying towards the river on 22.2 (David Cárdenas @ornitho.cat). On 26.2 both birds were again building the nest (F.Xavier Santaeufemia) and on 27.2 were seen again (Vicent Esteller), see a photo below.

Corcor

Photo: © Vicent Esteller 27.2.2017

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topoBrown-necked Raven Corvus ruficollis (1)
(1) Lanzarote. One was seen and photographed at El Jable, Teguise, Lanzarote on 5.2 (Richard Katzinger).

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nYellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus

Overwintering birds in mainland Spain after largest Autumn influx ever recorded (19+ this month)

(1) Tarragona. One of the two birds at Sant Jordi garden, Reus seen from November remained on 4.2 (Xavier Riera @ornitho.cat) and on 12.2 (Víctor Iglesias), see a photo below. On 15.2 it was seen again (Georges Olioso @ornitho.cat).

Phyino

Photo: © Víctor Iglesias 12.2.2017

(2) Barcelona. The bird found on 4.1 at Joan Brossa gardens, Montjuïc, Barcelona remained there on 5.2 Barcelona (Albert Manero; Quique Carballal). Seen again on 11.2 (Quim Minoves). On 20.1 it was still at Montjuïc mountain, Barcelona (Pedro Bescós) and on 25.2 (Lluís Gustamante) and 26.2 too (Albert Manero)..

(3) Cádiz. On 1.2 a bird was seen at Algeciras, Cádiz (J.A.Sarry @observado.es).

(4) A Coruña. The bird seen last month at Santa Margarita park, A Coruña, was seen again on 7.2 (Cosme Damián Romay) and 10.2 (Cosme Damián Romay). This bird continued in the park the following days: 13.2 (Cosme Damián Romay, D.González, see a photo below) and 15-17.2 (Cosme Damián Romay). Also seen and taped on 19.2 (Cosme Damián Romay).nMargarito was still there at Santa Margarita park, A Coruña on 23.2 (Cosme Damián Romay; Bea Aguilar Louzao)..

Phyino

Photo: © D. González 13.2.2017

(5) Pontevedra. One of the birds at Vigo was seen again on on 7.2 at Av. Castelao, downtown Vigo, Pontevedra (Tito Salvadores). Seen again on 19.2 (Rafa Salvadores).

topo(6-10) Fuerteventura. Up to five birds were present at Pájara, Fuerteventura in early February: two on 1.2, five –two singing birds - on 4.2 (see two photos below of two different birds) (Arne Torkler).nA bird remained there on 9.2 (David Walsh/Ornitholidays).

Phyino

Photo: © Arne Torkler 4.2.2017

Phyino

Photo: © Arne Torkler 4.2.2017

topo(11) Fuerteventura. A bird was still at Costa Calma, Fuerteventura on 3.2 (Arne Torkler) .

topo(12) Tenerife. A bird was seen on 7.2 at Igueste de San Andrés, Tenerife (Piño Moreau y Eduardo Garcia del Rey).

(13) A Coruña. The bird seen previously at Auditorio de Galicia park, Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña was relocated on 16.2 (Xabier Vázquez Pumariño).

topo(14) Gran Canaria. A bird was seen and photographed at Maspalomas botanical garden on 14.2 (Ignacio Ilisástigui @ Bird of the Canary Islands fb).

topo(15) Lanzarote. A bird was seen on 11.2 at Puerto Calero, Lanzarote, Canary Islands (Alex Schulz). See two thumbnails here.

topo(16) Gran Canaria. On 19.2 one was seen at Vega de San Mateo, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (Jacob Lotz, Daan Drukker @observado.es).

topon(17) La Gomera. On 6.2 a bird was at San Sebastian Park, La Gomera (David Walsh/Ornitholidays). See a thumbnail here.

topon(18-19) Fuerteventura. On 9.2 there were two birds at Betancuria, in tamarisks along the footpath between the town and the main car park (David Walsh/Ornitholidays).

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Hume's Warbler Phylloscopus humei (1,2,3,4)
(1) Barcelona. The bird at Poble Sec, Montjuïc, Barcelona was still present at its usual place on 2.2 (Sergi Sales) and 5.2 (Albert Manero; Quique Carballal). Seen again on 10.2 (Carles Oliver @ornitho.cat) and 11.2 (Quim Minoves). This bird was seen and heard again at Poble Sec, Barcelona, on 20.2 (Pedro Bescós) and 23.2 (Roger Guillem) to 26.2 (Albert Manero)..

(2) Cádiz. The bird at Cádiz found in late December was seen again on 1.2 (José Mª Lubián @observado.es) and 3.2 (José Mª Lubián @observado.es).

(3) A Coruña. The bird seen previously near Torre de Hércules at O Areal, As Lapas. A Coruña was recorded again on 4.2 (Bibiana Lorenzo) and on 8.2 too (Cosme Damián Romay).

n(4) Cádiz. There was a new bird at Barca de Véjer, Cádiz, on 25.2 (Ives Pieters y Luc Bekaert).

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topoSiberian Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita tristis (1,2,3)
(1) Fuerteventura. The bird seen on 3.1 at Pájara, Fuerteventura continued, now singing, there on 4.2 (Arne Torkler).

Lapland Bunting Calcarius lapponicus (1-2,3-7,8-11)
(1-2) Cantabria. On On 2.2 there was male at Ribamontán al Mar, Cantabria (Jesús Menéndez). See a photo below. On 6.2 there were two birds (Juan Carlos Albero, Javier Train, Daniel Cazo). See a thumbnail here.

Callap

Photo: © Jesús Menéndez 2.2.2017

(3-7) A Coruña. There were five birds at Nemiña beach, Muxia, A Coruña, on 8.2 (Fernando Pereiras).Three birds remained at Muxia, A Coruña, on 19.2 (J.A. Sarry, José Maria Lubían R.de Agredano @observado.es)..

(8-11) Cantabria. A total of six birds were seen at Los Atrancos, Loredo, Ribamontán al Mar, Cantabria, certainly including the two featured above (1-2) (Jesús Menéndez, Iván Sarabia @ Anuario Ornitológico de Cantabria).

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Little Bunting Emberiza pusilla (1)
(1) Menorca. Illes Balears. On On 15.2 the bird seen last autumn was relocated near Maó, Menorca. See a thumbnail here (Roman Piris, Gala Lligoña).

 

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    • e.g. Gutiérrez, R. (ed) (2002, April 3). Recent Reports: April 2002. Rare Birds in Spain.Retrieved from http://www.rarebirdspain.net/arbsr000.htm 
  • 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 http://www.rarebirdspain.net/arbsr000.htm 
    • e.g. Rebassa, M. (2002) Great White Egret Egretta alba in Gutiérrez, R. (ed) (2002, April 3). Recent Reports: April 2002.Rare Birds in Spain. Retrieved from http://www.rarebirdspain.net/arbsr000.htm

All birds featured in this page are rarities needing homologation by the Spanish Rarities Committee except:

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
Cites recents inclou les darreres novetats del conjunt de l'estat 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.Desd'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). 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:

Podgri
The Red-necked Grebe off Carnota, A Coruña on 4.2 (Ramsés Pérez)
Aqucla
The 3cy Aquila clanga from El Hondo as on 1.2 (Gorka Gorospe).
Chrphi
Chrphi
The Carnota Bonaparte's Gull on 1.2 above and 4.2 below (Ramsés Pérez).
Largla
The Iceland Gull at Esteiro beach, A Coruña, on 2.2 (Antonio Martínez Pernas).
Larhyp
The new Glaucous Gull at Cariño, A Coruña, on 1.2 (Ricardo Hevia)
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The Glaucous Gull at A Palloza, A Coruña, on 2.2 (Cosme Damián Romay)
Aqucla
One of the Greater Spotted Eagles at El Hondo on 4.2 (Alex Colorado).
Aytcol
The Gran Canaria Ring-necked Duck as on 11.2 (Miguel Avelino Suárez)
Podpod
The Pied-billed Grebe at Gran Canaria as on 11.2 (Miguel Avelino Suárez)
Callap
There were two Lapland Buntings at Cantabria on 6.2 (Juan Carlos Albero)
Phyino
The Yellow-browed Warbler 'Margarito' at A Coruña on 7.2 (Cosme Damián Romay)
Ansalb
The three Greenland Whitefronts at Gallocanta on 2.2. (Ángel Cano).
Larsmi
The American Herring Gull Ondarru was seen again at Ondarroa on 11.2 (Juan Carlos Andrés).
Phomin
The Lesser Flamingo at Tancada lagoon, Delta de l'Ebre, on 11.2 (Gorka Gorospe).
Largla
Largla
Largla
The two Iceland Gulls at A Palloza pier, A Coruña (two above, different birds, D.González) and one, the 1st, below (Cosme Damián Romay) 13.2.2017
Larhyp
The Glaucous Gull present at A Palloza pier, A Coruña (D.González).
Cirmac
Cirmac
Cirmac
The Pallid Harrier at Cabo Peñas, Asturias on 15.2 (Luis Mario Arce).
Phyino
Phyino
The Yellow-browed Warbler at Puerto Calero, Lanzarote on 11.2 (Alex Schulz)
Largla
Largla
The Irún Iceland Gull on 12.2 (Itziar Gutiérrez).
Embpus
The Little Bunting that has wintered near Maó, Menorca as on 15.2 (Román Piris, Gala Lligoña)
Aqupom
Aqupom
Aqupom
The Lesser Spotted Eagle at El Hondo, Alicante on 14.2 (Eddie Walker)
Gyprup
The Ruppell's Vulture at Tarifa, Cádiz, on 6.2 (Javi Elorriaga / Birding the Strait)
Aqupom
Aqupom
Aqupom
The 2nd Lesser Spotted Eagle at La Janda as on 17.2 (Javi Elorriaga/Birding the Strait)
Numpha
Numpha
The Hudsonian Whimbrel was still at Cicero, Cantabria, on 18.2 (Luis Mario Arce).
Ansbra
The Pink-footed Goose at Cantabria on 18.2 (Luis Mario Arce)
Ansbra
The Pink-footed Goose at Pontevedra on 21.2 (Álvaro Rodríguez)
Chrphi
Chrphi
The 'new' Bonaparte's Gull, a 1w at As Foracadas, Valdoviño, A Coruña on 22.2 (Xabier Prieto).
Ansfab
The Bean Goose at Dos Reinos lagoon on 18.2 (Manuel Quintana).
Largla
The Iceland Gull at Isla Cristina, Huelva on 23.2 (Paco Chiclana).
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Phomin
The Lesser Flamingo at Alcazar de San Juan is probably the same seen three days before at Daimiel (Fernando Alonso)
Chrphi
Phil, the returning adult Bonaparte's at Cariño, A Coruña, on 26.2 (Francisco Baena).
Chrphi
Chrphi
The new adult Bonaparte's at Ferrol, A Coruña, on 27.2 (Juan Pita Romero)
PHYINO
The Yellow-browed Warbler at La Gomera (David Walsh)
Lanpal
The Steppe Shrike at Sevilla as on 28.2 (Paco Chiclana).

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