Menorca Walking Birds
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Starting From EUR 80 / per person
Starting From EUR 80 / per person
Starting From EUR 90 / per person
Egyptian Vulture
Egyptian vulture is the smaller vulture of Europe that has on the island a great resident population around 500 individuals. In Menorca it is possible to enjoy it throughout the year at roosting spots or feeding areas really close without disturbed them.
Bee-eater is one of the most beautiful and colouring birds in Europe and it is possible to see close on all the tours from the end of April to September. It’s a migrant and summer bird on the island where you can find 20 different colonies with a population of over 200 pairs.
Ferruginous duck
Ferruginous duck is a lovely tiny duck and a new breeder on the island since 2012. Actually Menorca has the biggest population in Spain of this eastern duck.
Scopoli’s Shearwater
Scopoli’s shearwater has its biggest Spanish breeding population in Menorca. A fantastic seabird that visits the island from March to October and offers many opportunities to enjoy them from the coast or on the sea.
Balearic Shearwater
Every day hundreds of mixed groups of shearwaters (Yelkouan and Balearic) fly through the sea in front of Menorca coast line for feeding. Balearic shearwater is an endemic bird whereas for the Yelkouan shearwater Menorca is its only Spanish breeding area. Fantastic seabirds.
Red-footed falcon
Red-footed falcon is an amazing tiny falcon that visits the island each spring between April and May using fields for a stop-over during their migration to east Europe offering customers a fantastic spectacle.
Squacco heron
Squacco heron is an incredible little heron and as lovely as other herons that use the island wetlands for a stop-over during the spring and autumn migration.
Thekla Lark
Thekla lark is a resident bird that breeds in similar habitats that other similar birds like short-toed lark or tawny pipit. A lovely bird with a characteristic crest and claim.
Balearic Orchid
Balearic Orchid is one of the beautiful orchids on the island, only present in the Balearic Islands, and one of more than 90 endemic plants that can be enjoyed in Menorca. Beginning of spring is the best time to observe most of our amazing orchids offering more than 1400 species of flora.

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