This guide is an excerpt from the much larger "Wildlife of Planet Earth". It has practical and inspirational nature-watching advice to help you explore. This topic is vast so it only covers a few carefully selected destinations and types of wildlife.
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Coto Donana, the Sierra Morena, the steppes near Caceres and Trujillo (often known as The Triangle) and Parque Nacional Monfrague are 4 popular wildlife destinations in south west Spain. Flamingoes, bustards, sandgrouse, vultures, rare species of eagle and Iberian Lynx can be seen. There are 16 site descriptions including maps and GPS coordinates. A number of itineraries are suggested which include advice about how to see the rarer wildlife including Iberian Lynx.
This guide includes:-
Article: South West Spain Birds and Birdwatching
Article: Birdwatching Itineraries South West Spain
Article: South West Spain Bird Identification
Location 6: Coto Donana (8 sites)
Location 7: Sierra Morena (2 sites)
Location 8: Monfrague (4 sites)
Location 11: Steppes (2 sites)
This guide has been designed specifically as an eBook. From the table of contents, every article can easily be found with a maximum of three clicks or touches on a menu. The maps are optimised for electronic readers and are usable even on smaller screens.