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Sevilla, Spain tel: +34 661 898 821 | info@living-donana.es | www.living-donana.es

Bird watching in Andalucia

Living Doñana aims to not only take you to experience the wildlife but also the nature that surrounds you. Living Doñana will share their knowledge of wildlife evolution and how the habitats have changed in Doñana over the last century.

Living Doñana organises guided bird watching in Andalucia tours from 1 day, tours of up to several days and tailor made trips seeking the best wildlife Andalusia has to offer.

Located very close to Seville and at the gates of the Doñana region, milli ons of birds covering more than 400 species gather each year. The geographical location between two continents showcase a variety of ecosystems making this region an unparalleled place to enjoy the wildlife and nature, an unforgettable experience in this natural paradise.

Living Doñana’s owner, Sergio Gonzales has been a nature lover since he was a child, he is a bird ringer for the Doñana Biological Station (C.S.I.C.), and has worked for 20 years in the conservation of protected areas and species in Doñana, especially with the Iberian Lynx and waterfowl. His passion is birds and the Iberian lynx. He will take you to the best places to enjoy the wildlife and nature and will ensure the best rural accommodation where Mediterranean food and good wine will make you feel at home.

Birdwatching in Doñana

Birdwatching in Doñana
 
A 1-day birdwatching trip from early morning to sunset visit the best places in Doñana  From €60  – View Itinerary

Birds & Lynx in Doñana

Birds & Lynx in Doñana
 
Starting early in the morning, enter the marshes of Doñana in search of the most emblematic From €60 – View Itinerary

Iberian Lynx Tour

Iberian Lynx Tour
 
This 6-day wildlife tour will visit the two natural areas where the most threatened From €750 – View Itinerary

The Migration Tour

The Migration Tour
 
This 7-day birding experience is a must for any bird lover. This tour visits the migration From €1,100 – View Itinerary

The Big Six Iberian Peninslua

The Big Six Iberian Peninslua
 
An exciting 12-day wildlife experience in search of the six most interesting species: From €2,400 – View Itinerary
For more information about Bird Watching in Andalucia visit the Living Doñana website.
Please note the Living Doñana reserves the right to change listed pricing anytime at their discretion.  Please contact them directly to confirm.

Iberian Lynx

The Big Six Iberian Peninslua - Iberian Lynx
 
The Iberian Lynx is the most threatened feline on the planet. Living Doñana boasts the

Spanish Imperial Eagle

Birdwatching in Doñana - Spanish Imperial Eagle
 
Imperial Eagle is considered the most endangered raptor in Europe. Its total population

Short-toed Eagle

Short-toed Eagle
 
Short toed Eagle is one of the great raptors that arrives from Africa to spend the spring and

Great Bittern

Great Bittern
 
Probably the most elusive heron, it can be found hiding in Doñana, nesting and feeding

Purple Swamphen

Purple Swamphen
 
Threatened for years they still survive in the old channels that feed the marshes of Doñana.

Black-shouldered Kite

Black-shouldered Kite
 
Seriously harmed by pesticides used in agriculture, they still survive in the south-west of the

Great-spotted Cuckoo

Great-spotted Cuckoo
 
Opportunists and scandalous, they arrive at the beginning of February beginning their

Glossy Ibis

Living Doñana Conservation - Glossy Ibis
 
Only 20 years ago there was a population of no more than 60 individuals, but having adapted

Eurasian Crane

Eurasian Crane
 
Doñana sees the arrival of approximately 3000 individuals every winter. Since the 1980s

Black Stork

Black Stork
 
Their populations do not exceed 340 individuals in Spain, but many of them arrive in

Other Wildlife

Bar-tailed Godwit, Glossy Ibis, Bittern, Black Kite, Black Stork, Black Tern, Black-eared Wheatear, Black-tailed Godwit, Black-winged Stilt, Bluethroat, Booted Eagle, Caspian Tern, Cattle Egret,Bee eater, Chiffchaff, Common Tern, Crane, Curlew Sandpiper, Dunlin, Flamingo, Gannet, Garganey, Golden Plover, Great Cormorant, Great Egrets, Greenshank, Grey Plover, Greylag Goose, Gull-billed Tern, Hen Harrier, Hoopoe, Iberian Chiffchaff, Isabelline Warbler, Kentish Plover, Knot, Lapwing, Lesser Kestrel, Lesser Short-toed Lark, Little Bittern, Little Egret, Little Tern, Marbled Duck, Marsh Harrier, Melodious Warbler, Mistle Thrush, Montagu´s Harrier, Night Heron, Nightingale, Northern Wheatear, Osprey, Pallid Swift, Pintail, Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, Purple Heron, Red-crested Pochard, Red-knobbed Coot, Red-rumped Swallow, Redstart, Reed Warbler, Roller, Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin, Sanderling, Sandwich Tern, Savi´s Warbler, Scoter, Sedge Warbler, Short-eared Owl, Short-toed Lark, Shoveler, Skylark, Slender-billed Gulls, Snipe, Song Thrush, Spanish Sparrow, Spoonbill, Spotted Redshank, Squacco Heron, Stone Curlew, Subalpine Warbler, Temminck´s Stint, Whimbrel, Whinchat, Whiskered Tern, Wigeon, Willow Warbler, Winchat, Wood Sandpiper, Yellow-legged Gulls

Living Doñana Conservation

5% of the profits on each visit raised by Living Doñana is provided to finance environmental conservation projects throughout the region.

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