Etiqueta 'Birdwatching in Majorca'
Yellows, strawberry red and pale whites
The spring equinox will soon be upon us, and soon, nature will be revelling in the warmer weather...
Plovers and others
Life is still a bit slow moving on Mallorca, but once the spring comes...
Snipe, orange and Friar’s
Very soon butterflies will be on the wing and the plants will be emerging to start bringing a splash of colour to the landscape...
Moustaches in the Spanish Canes
This week in Wild Mallorca:Taking a walk into the Albufera reserve.
Corvids and Russulas
There have been a few sightings of Jackdaws from the south recently. A rare vagrant on the island.
Carpets of yellow, lumps, and a leaf warbler
The winter birdwatching on Mallorca continues with some good sightings.
Crosswise and the shatterer!
With a lot of patience, you may be rewarded with seeing these characteristic birds.
The Owl and the Tortoise
This week in Wild Mallorca: Were you aware that a species of tortoise can be found on Mallorca?
Neville James-Davies29/03/2022 10:34