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Whooper Swan Cygnus cygnus (1)
(1) Lugo. There was am adult bird on 7.8 at Outeiro de Rei, Lugo, at rivers Ladra and Miño junction (Pablo Quintana)
Canada Goose Branta canadensis (1,2)
(1) Lugo The bird of nominal ssp. at Riocaldo lagoons, Begonte, Lugo remained there on 16.8 (Antón Pérez y Javier Gómez). See two thumbnails here.
(2) A Coruña. A bird was seen and photographed at Cecebre reservoir, A Coruña on 13.8 (Ignacio Aparicio). This bird is very probably the escaped individual seen at Villagudín reservoir from august 2005 carrying a pink PVC ring. The goose remained there until summer 2006 when it moved to Cecebre. It stayed at Cecebre in 2007-2008 when it lost its PVC ring, so it now has no sign of coming from captivity despite it's almost sure the same individual (comments kindly provided by Xabier Varela).
Pale-bellied Brent Goose Branta bernicla hrota (1)
(1) A Coruña. On 28.8 a bird was seen migrating W from Estaca de Bares, A Coruña (Antonio Sandoval, Dani López Velasco, Guillermo Rodríguez, Marco García, Joan Ferrer, Albert Cama, Marcel Gil, Manolo García, Oscar llama, Alfonso Valderas, Ricardo Hevia et al).
Wood Duck Aix sponsa (1-2)
(1-2) Tenerife An eclipse male and a female, both moulting, were seen in good shape at Erjos ponds, Tenerife, on 18.8 (Thierry Jansen). Origin unknown. See a thumbnail here.
Black Duck Anas rubripes (1)
(1) Asturies An individual reached Ria de la Villa, Villaviciosa, Asturies on 29.8 (Adolfo Villaverde)
(Fea's) Petrel Pterodroma c.f. feae (1)
(1) A Coruña. An individual assigned to this species was seen migrating W from Estaca de Bares, A Coruña, on 27.8 (Daniel López Velasco,Marco García Gala,Guillermo Rodríguez,Joan Ferrer,Albert Cama,Manolo García,Marcel Gil,Oscar Llama,David Martínez Lago,Alfonso Valderas,Ricardo Hevia and a dutch birder). So far no accepted records for Spain! (ed. comment).
Wilson's Storm Petrel Oceanites oceanicus (1-4)
(1-4) A Coruña. At least four birds were seen in a pelagic off Cariño, A Coruña (Antón Pérez, Javier Gómez and others -names yet to be received-). See a thumbnail here.
White Pelican Pelecanus onocrotalus (1)
(1) Madrid. An unknown origin individual, but probably an escape, was seen at El Pardo reservoir, Madrid, on 24.8 (Miguel Angel Sánchez)
Hybrid Western Reef x Little Egret Egretta gularis x garzetta (1,2,3,4,5,6)
(1) Cádiz. There was a dark bird, seen also in previous years, at Codo de la Esparraguera, Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cádiz, on 11.8 (Paco Chiclana, Fernando del Valle) and 13.8 (Paco Chiclana). See a thumbnail here. Still around on 17.8 (Paco Chiclana, Beatriz Chiclana). Seen again on 25.8 (Paco Chiclana, Andreu Requejo)
(2) Gipuzkoa. An odd juvenile almost white egret was seen and photographed at Plaiaundi, Irun, Gipuzkoa on 10.8. It had a large, deep based, bill and pale legs (Alfredo Herrero, Miguel Angel Lopez de Armentia; Ricardo Rodríguez). See two photos below (Ricardo Rodríguez). Like in the case of the July 2009 whitish bird at Cádiz, which was almost white and recalling this individual, this Plaiaundi bird was quoted to show also a few dark feathers, in this case in the mantle, recalling some gularis gene flow. Seen again on 12.8 morning (Serafín Alarcón). Still around on 15.8 (Juan Carlos Andrés). See more photos here (where no black feathering is visible, a fact confirmed by other authors: since the closeness of gularis and garzetta, producing viable offspring, the presence of some gularis gene in this bird is perhaps an option, the other more logical being an aberrant garzetta. But those aberrant garzetta could be, simply again individuals showing some light -structural in this case, a few feathers in an otherwise white bird- characters of gularis gularis, falling within this wide area of the hybrid option, ed.comment)
Photos above:© Ricardo Rodríguez. 10.8.2009
(3) Valencia. A 'typical' white-headed bird was seen at El Romaní ricefields, Sollana, Albufera de Valencia on 17.8 (Bosco Dies, Carlos Oltra). This bird has been seen lingering around these ricefields since last July by the same two authors. See a photo below (C.Oltra).
Photo above:© Carllos Oltra. 17.8.2009
(4) Barcelona. A dark grey & white individual was seen at Filipines marsh, Llobregat delta, Barcelona on 16.8 (Sergi Torné, Sergi Bueno) and 17.8 (Ferran López). There are a couple of photos in Llobregat Delta Bird News blog here.
(5) Tarragona. A typical individual was seen at la Tancada saltpans, Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona where an almost resident bird occurs the last years. The individual was seen on 6.8 (Jorge de la Cruz), photo here; 19 & 23.8 (Josep Tantull, Roser Solé). It was showing a rather different plumage to those of previous months but it could be related to moult and wear. See a photo below and thumbnails here (Josep Tantull)
Photo above:© Josep Tantull. 19-23.8.2009
(6) Cáceres. The individual seen on 18.7 at Charca de Los Gañanes, Guijo de Coria, Cáceres was been moving between that and Portaje reservoir, where last recorded on 7.8 (Sergio Mayordomo).
Flamingo Phoenicopterus minor (1-3,4,5-6)
(1-3) Toledo There were three at Laguna de Villacañas, Toledo on 5-6.8 (Xurxo Piñeiro, Maria José Valencia). Of these three birds, TWO were ringed birds and at least ONE (ringed AS) was a proven escape which has been lingering around Spain for three years at least (see a 2007 post in the Rarebirdspain blog here). These birds were recorded in the nearby Ciudad Real mancha lagoons last month.
(4) Toledo. On 5-6.9 another individual different from (1-3) was seen at Laguna del Taray, Toledo (Xurxo Piñeiro, Maria José Valencia).
(5-6) Almería. There were two unringed birds at Cabo de Gata saltpans, Almería, on 7.8 (Ruben Vlot et al). See a photo below. The birds remained in the area on 17.8 (Delfín González). See two photos below. Still there on 28.8 (Delfín González)
Photo above:© Ruben Vlot. 7.8.2009
Photos above:© Delfín González.17.8.2009
Rüppell's Vulture Gyps rueppellii (1-2)
(1-2) Cádiz. Two birds were seen and photographed at Ojen valley about 4km before the Barrios 'end', Cádiz at around 11.00 a.m. on 14.8 (Phil Chantler, Jack Chantler) . See a photo below (Phil Chantler). One of these birds may have been the same seen at Santuario de la Luz on the morning of 17.8 and almost certainly the same bird that afternoon close to the La Pena watchpoint (John Cantelo and four Dutch birders). On 19.8 two immatures were recorded at Sierra de Enmedio, Tarifa and very probably are the two birds featured here (Óscar Llama, Antonio Ceballos).
Photo above:© Phil Chantler 14.8.2009
Long-legged Buzzard Buteo rufinus (1-2)
(1) Gibraltar On 1.8 two birds were seen over Gibraltar (Mario Mosquera).
Saker Falco cherrug (1) SECOND FOR SPAIN (and first for Cat.A)
(1) Girona, Lleida, Tarragona, Zaragoza, Navarra A juvenile from an Hungarian LIFE project with a satellite transmitter made its way from Hungary across S Europe to NE Spain, entering Spain on 30.7. That day the bird crossed the border around midday to be radio located at Vall de Camprodón, Ripollés, Girona at 13h. It flew SW to the San Ramón – Calaf area at Segarra county, Lleida, an area of extensive plains and cereal agriculture where it remained that night. During its second day in Spain, it left Lleida province to head S for the Montblanc area, Conca de Barberà, Tarragona where it was located at 10 AM but it continued flying this time SW, through the coastal sierras to the Ebro river basin around Flix and Ascó villages, Ribera d’Ebre, Tarragona (13 hours). It continued this time Eastwards, entering the core of Ebro basin steppes at Aragón region, and was recorded at Belchite steppes, S Zaragoza at 19h. It presumably remained that night there. On the 1st of August the bird was located at 10 AM a bit NE of the steppe area, around Cariñena. Again on the move it was heading NE to the limit of Navarra and La Rioja communities and around 13h it was near Alfaro and Peralta. Again an open near-steppic cerealist area. The last up-to-date record was from 19h when Piros was heading NW within Navarra and it was in a wide area around Olite and Tafalla, which is also a credited area for Lesser Kestrels (Falco naumanni) within Navarra region. Read the full story with links, maps and photos at Rare Birds in Spain Blog here. The bird moved further W, deeper into Spain, the first 5 days of August: on 4.8 it entered Burgos province and slept at Villalonquéjar,near Burgos city. On 5.8 the bird moved further W through Tierra de Campos and entered Palencia. Could this be the 1st Hungarian vagrant to the USA given this flight rhythm? :-). In the locations from 14th August, Piros the saker is more or less staying in the wide area known as Tierra de Campos, within Valladolid province. The wide area would be between Becilla de Valderaduey and Villalón de Campos, near Villacid de Campos. It has been moving around the wide area always returning to a same spot. Piros was seen and photographed for the first time in Spain on 24.8 at Castilla-León community. Exact location is not given for safety reasons (Juan Sagardia). See more photos in Juan Sagardias blog here and two below courtesy of the author (J.Sagardia)..
Photos above:© Juan Sagardia 24.8.2009
Least Sandpiper Calidris minutilla (1)
(1) Gran Canaria One adult was found on 6.8 at Charca de Maspalomas, Gran Canaria (Iñigo Rua-Figueroa). On 8.8. it was seen again and properly identified (Miguel Avelino, Xabier Remirez, Iñigo Rua). See a photo below and thumbnails here.
Photo above:© Miguel Avelino. 8.8.2009
Pectoral Sandpiper Calidris melanotos (1)
(1) Tarragona A bird was found at Migjorn area, Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona on 10.8 (Roser Solé, Josep Tantull)
Buff-breasted Sandpiper Tryngites subruficollis (1)
(1) Cantabria A bird was discovered on 29.8 at Alday marshes, Cantabria (Yves Borremans).Also photographed later that day (Guillermo Rodríguez, Albert Cama, Joan Ferrer, Marcel Gil y Manolo García). See a photo below (Manolo García-Tarrasón). Seen again on 30.8 (Juanma Dominguez, Ernesto Villodas, Jesus Menendez, Yves Borresman, Ivan Sarabia et al). See a thumbnail here.
Photo above:© Manoo García-Tarrasón. 29.8.2009
Hudsonian Whimbrel Numenius phaeopus hudsonicus (1) FIRST FOR SPAIN (Cat.A)
(1) A Coruña The bird found on 20.1 and seen again on 20-26.3 at Baldaio, Carballo, A Coruña then relocated at the same area on 5-18.7 was once more relocated on 4.8 (Xabier Varela). See three thumbnails here. Despite searching, it was not seen on 12.8 but it was relocated on 15.8 (Óscar Llama, Alfonso Rodrigo, Daniel Fernández, Xabier Varela; Juan Sagardía y Miguel Rouco; Dani L. Velasco y Marco García). The bird was seen again on 17.8 (Clemente Álvarez Usategui)
Spotted Sandpiper Actitis macularius (1)
(1) A Coruña On 2.8 a juvenile individual was seen at Sartaña beach, Cobas, Ferrol. A Coruña (Pablo Gutiérrez). Still in the same place on 4.8 (Pablo Gutiérrez). See two photos below (Pablo Gutiérrez). Still there on 15.8 (Antón Pérez y Javier Gómez)and 29.8 (Antonio Ceballos).
Photos above:© Pablo Gutiérrez. 2.8.2009
Long-tailed Skua Stercorarius longicaudus (1-2,3-4,5,6,7-18,19-148)
(1-2) A Coruña Two were seen migrating W from Estaca de Bares, A Coruña, on 20.8 (Alfonso Valderas, Ricardo Hevia).
(3-4) A Coruña Two were seen migrating W from Estaca de Bares, A Coruña, on 23.8 (Alfonso Valderas, Ricardo Hevia).
(5) A Coruña One was seen migrating W from Estaca de Bares, A Coruña, on 22.8 (Antonio Sandoval)
(6) Pontevedra. An adult was seen 6 nautic miles off Cies Islands, Vigo, on 22.8 (Alberto Gil, Enrique Carballal, Jose Gandara, César Vidal).
(7-18) A Coruña Twelve (nine adults) were seen migrating W from Estaca de Bares, A Coruña, on 27.8 (Daniel López Velasco,Marco García Gala,Guillermo Rodríguez,Joan Ferrer,Albert Cama,Manolo García,Marcel Gil,Oscar Llama,David Martínez Lago,Alfonso Valderas,Ricardo Hevia and a dutch birder)
(19-148) A Coruña One hundred and twenty-nine individuals (all adults except four-five juveniles) were seen migrating W from Estaca de Bares, A Coruña, on 28.8 (Dani López Velasco, Guillermo Rodríguez, Marco García, Joan Ferrer, Albert Cama, Marcel Gil, Manolo García, Oscar llama, Alfonso Valderas, Antonio Sandoval, Ricardo Hevia, one dutch birder and two german birders)
Baltic Gull Larus fuscus fuscus (1)
(1) Girona On 1.8 a bird ringed in Finland as belonging to this form was seen at Solius dump, Girona (Carlos Álvarez Cros).
Iceland Gull Larus glaucoides (1)
(1) Pontevedra On 1.8 one 2nd summer was seen at playa de Alcabre - playa de O Vao, Vigo, Pontevedra (Marcos Prada Arias). Description already submitted to the Rarities Committee (CR/SEO-BirdLife). See a photo below. The bird was relocated on 5-6.8 at Arenal de Calzoa, Coruxo, near O Vao beach and c. 2km from playa de Alcabre, Pontevedra (Quique Carballal). See more photos in his blog here. Seen again on 7.8 (Quique Carballal). Seen again in the same area on 10, 14 & 17.8 (Quique4 Carballal). This is the same individual seen last June in the Vigo area (Xulio Valeiras)
Photo above:© Marcos Prada. 1.8.2009
Orange-billed Tern Sterna sp (elegans like) (1,2-3,4)
(1) Murcia The bird seen at Salinas de San Pedro del Pinatar, Murcia, on 30.7 probably was the same seen on 8.8 at Salinas de Marchamalo, Murcia (Richard Howard, Antonio Fernandez-Caro Gomez). See two photos below (Richard Howard). Not seen from 11-16.8 despite search but it was found again on 17.8 (Richard Howard and others) from 16:20 until 18:30 hours, when it flew off. One thing that observers noted about this tern, is that it appears to have grey tips to the outer tail feathers (and possibly other tail feathers - it is very difficult to view them). See another photo below and two thumbnails here (R.Howard).
Photos above:© Richard Howard. 8.8.2009
Photo above:© Richard Howard 17.8.2009
(2-3) Gipuzkoa. On 8.8 there were two at Beltzenia, Hendaia, Gipuzkoa (Alfredo sp) One was an adult and the other a juvenile with a shorter bill and some black marks. The adult was colour-ringed (white pvc above and red below on left leg, metallic on right tibia plus white on right tarsus) and comes from the French Banc d'Arguin area.
(4) Cádiz Perhaps the Murcia bird above or another was recorded at Salinas de la Tapa roost, Cádiz bay, on 28.8 (Rafael García Costales). See two thumbnails here.
Lesser-Crested Tern Sterna bengalensis (1,2-3,4-5,6)
(1) Cádiz There was one typical bird at Salinas de la Tapa roost, Cádiz bay, on 3.8 (Rafael García Costales). See a photo below (Rafael García Costales)
Photo above:© Rafael García Costales. 3.8.2009
(2-3) Cádiz There were two at Salinas de la Tapa roost, Cádiz bay, on 5.8 (Rafael García Costales)
(4-5) Huelva. On 4.8 there were two at Matalascañas beach, Huelva (Paco Chiclana and Beatriz Chiclana). On 5.8 afternoon another bird was seen (Paco Chiclana and Beatriz Chiclana) but it should not be discarded as one of the seen the previous day (ed. comment).
(6) Cádiz One 1w was ringed on 14.8 night during a ringing session at Salinas de la Tapa, Cádiz bay (Rafael García Costales, Alberto Álvarez, Salvador Márquez, José María Zapata, Francisco Hortas e Inma). See photos below and a couple of thumbnails here (R.García Costales).
Photo above:© Rafael García Costales. 14.8.2009
Roseate Tern Sterna dougallii (1,2-4)
(1) Cádiz. On 3.8 was one bird at Salinas de la Tapa roost, Cádiz bay, on 3.8 (Rafael García Costales).Seen again on 6.8 (Rafael García Costales). This bird was seen again on 8.8 (Rafael García Costales).This bird had its lower mandible broken by unknown causes on 10.9 (R.García Costales).See a thumbnail here. This bird was seen again on 11.8 (Rafael García Costales, Paco Chiclana, Fernando del Valle) and 17.8 (Rafael García Costales).
(2-4) Cádiz. On 9.8 three new adults were found at Salinas de la Tapa, Cádiz, roost: an adult in summer plumage beggining its head moult and two further adults with a more advanced moult in their heads. All three birds were ringed in both tarsi with metal rings, being the right one longer than the ring in its left tarsus (Rafael García Costales). See a photo below and a thumbnail here. One of these was seen again on 18.8 (Rafael García Costales). See a thumbnail here and one was trapped and ringed the night of 21.8 (R.García Costales), resulting in being an Euring 5 and having a ring from the UK. See a thumbnail here. And two photos below (Alberto Álvarez)
Photo above:© Rafael García Costales. 9.8.2009
Photos above:© Alberto Álvarez. 21.8.2009
Black Guillemot Cepphus grylle (1)
(1) Asturies. On 31.8 a bird was discovered at El Puntal, Ría de Villaviciosa, Asturies (Adolfo Villaverde & Juan Zaldívar, independently). It was seen later the day by a number of observers and photos were obtained (Nacho Castelao,
Xuan Cortes, Daniel López-Velasco, Pablo Galiano et al). See a full gallery here.
Photo above:© Nacho Vega 31.8.2009
Citrine Wagtail Motacilla citreola (1,2)
(1) Barcelona. One juvenile individual was found at cal Tet, Llobregat Delta, Barcelona, on 28.8 (Ferran López, Sergi Torné).It remained there on 31.8 (Ferran López)
(2) Barcelona. A 2nd juvenile individual shared grounds with the (1) at the same pond at cal Tet, Llobregat Delta, Barcelona, on 31.8 (Ferran López). See photos in his blog here.
Rosy Starling Sturnus roseus (1)
(1) A Coruña. On 31.8 a juvenile was recorded at A Comboa, Corrubedo, A Coruña (Francisco Espinosa, Alexandre Justo).
House Bunting Emberiza sahari (1)
(1) Cádiz. One adult of this species was found at Tarifa, Cádiz, the week from 27.7 to 2.8 (Alejandro Onrubia in litt.). The bird was photographed on 5.8 (A.Onrubia in litt.). It was seen and fed by hand at one point on 6.8 (Antonio Román) and has a deformity in the upper mandible (A.Paterson in litt.). Seen again on 8.8 (Jorrit Vlot, Ruben Vlot). See a photo below.It appears to be an adult moulting, in concordance of moult stage of adult Spanish Cirl Buntings for those dates for example (ed. comment).
Photo above:© Jorrit Vlot. 8.8.2009
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Gutiérrez,R. (ed) (year, latest update), Recent Reports: [month
year]. Rare Birds in Spain. Retrieved from http://www.rarebirdspain.net/arbsr000.htm
- e.g. Gutiérrez,
R. (ed) (2002, April 3). Recent Reports: April 2002. Rare Birds in Spain.Retrieved
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Citas sueltas/ Cites aïllades: Author (year). [Species] in Gutiérrez,R. (ed) (year, latest
update), Recent Reports: [month year]. Rare Birds in Spain. Retrieved
- e.g. Rebassa,
M. (2002) Great White Egret Egretta alba in Gutiérrez, R.
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|The intermitent Hudsonian Whimbrel at A Coruña as seen this month, when, once more, was relocated (Xabier Varela)
|The Least Sandpiper from Gran Canaria, a very well received rarity! (Xabier Remirez)
|One of the adult Roseate Terns from Salinas de la Tapa, Cádiz, as on 9-8 (Rafael García Costales)
|The Roseate Tern that had its lower mandible a bit broken by 10.8 (Rafael García Costales)
|The hybrid egret from Codo de la Esparraguera, Cádiz, as on 13.8 (Paco Chiclana)
|The 1w Lesser-Crested Tern ringed on 14.8 at Salinas de la Tapa, Cádiz (Rafael García Costales)
|The 'elegant tern-like' from Salinas de Marchamalo, Murcia (Richard Howard),showing some grey on its tail...
|One of the ringed Roseate Terns at Salinas de la Tapa, Cádiz (Rafael García Costales)
|The Canada Goose at Lugo (Javier Gómez Aoiz)
|One of the four Wilson's Storm-petrels off Cariño, A Coruña, on 16.8 (Javier Gómez Aoiz).
|The British Roseate Tern controlled at Salinas de la Tapa, Cádiz on 21.8 (Rafael García Costales)
|The presumed escaped Canada Goose at Cecebre reservoir, A Coruña, on 13.8 (Ignacio Aparicio)
|The hybrid egret from Ebro delta, now looking a bit duller, worn plumaged (Josep Tantull)
|An elegant-like tern at Salinas de la Tapa roost on 28.8 (Rafael García-Costales)
|Surprise of the weekend: a BUff-breasted Sandpiper at Alday marshes, Cantabria (Ivan Sarabia)
|These Wood Ducks were at Erjos Ponds, Tenerife, moulting. Unknown origin, but yet best to keep on file just in case... (Thierry Jansen)
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