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topoSpecies index (n= 6 + 16= 22) + 4 Only Canary Islands + 2 Gibraltar
Anser fabalis rossicus Anas discors Aythya affinis
Anas carolinensis Aythya collaris Mergus merganser


Phoenicopterus minor Gallinago media Apus affinis
Gyps ruepellii Larus fuscus fuscus Oenanthe deserti
Buteo rufinus Larus cachinnans Phoenicurus moussieri
Buteo lagopus Larus glaucoides Sylvia deserti
Aquila clanga Larus hyperboreus Phylloscopus inornatus
Falco biarmicus Mimus gilvus Corvus c. cornix


Ciconia nigra Phoenicopterus roseus Larus melanocephalus
    Luscinia svecica
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Bean Goose Anser fabalis rossicus (1)
(1) Zamora One bird remained only with the remaining c.40 Greylags Anser anser at R.N. Lagunas de Villafáfila, Zamora, on 9.3 (Cristian Osorio y Alfonso Rodrigo). See a photo below (A.Rodrigo). This bird remained there on 11.3 (Stefan Aki Ragnarsson).On 16.3 it was still there (Alfonso Rodrigo). See a thumbnail here.

Anser fabalis

Photo above:© Alfonso Rodrigo 9.3.2012

topoGreen-winged Teal Anas carolinensis (1)
Tenerife There was a drake on 12.3 at Armeñime pond, Tenerife that had been seen before nin the same area (Marcel Gil Velasco)

topoBlue-winged Teal Anas discors (1)
(1) Fuerteventura. The drake bird found on 31.10.2011 remained at Rosa de Catalina García, Fuerteventura on 5.3.2012 (Andrés Iba).

Ring-necked Duck Aythya collaris (1,2-3)
(1) Lleida The ♂ seen from November 2011 at Pantà de Camelis, Torres de Segre, Lleida was seen again on 6.3.2012 (Vittorio Pedrocchi, Rafel Rocaspana). Seen again on 20.3 (Francesc Pont at and 22.3 (José Guerra at

(2-3) A Coruña The pair seen in previous months ar Sobrado dos Monxes lagoon,was still there on 8.3 ( Fernando Pereiras de la Cal) and 15.3 when showing some breeding display behaviour ( Ignacio Fernández Otero at NOG/SGO)

Lesser Scaup Aythya affinis (1,2)
(1) Asturies There was a ♂ at La Furta, Corvera, Asturies om 22.3 (Elías García Sánchez; Xuan Cortés; Clementa Álvarez Usategui).The bird continued in the area on 26-28.3 (C.A.Usategui, see a video below) and on 30.3 (C.A.Usategui, see a photo below)


Video above:© Clemente Álvarez Usategui 23.3.2012

Aythya affinis

Photo above:© Clemente Álvarez Usategui 30.3.2012

(2) Sevilla On 23.3 a female was seen at Cortijo del Quema, Aznalcazar, Sevilla (Alberto Savijn).It had been seen in previous months this year but went unidentified as a Tufted Duck (A.fuligula). On 24.3 it was seen again (Alberto Savijn, Javi Salcedo y Jose Luis Anguita), when photographed (see below and thumbnails here. Later in the evening seen again (Paco Chiclana). This bird remained in the area on 28.3 (Rafa Romero). See photos below.


Photo above:© José Luis Anguita & Javier Salcedo 24.3.2012

Aythya affinis

Photo above:© Paco Chiclana 24.3.2012

Aythya affinis

Photo above:© Rafa Romero 28.3.2012

Aythya affinis

Photo above:© Rafa Romero 28.3.2012

Goosander Mergus merganser (1)
(1) Girona Presumably the ♀type bird seen at Ter Vell, L'Estartit, Girona on 18.2 was the same seen and photographed at Ter river bridge at Torroella de Montgrí on 1.3 (Fran Trabalón et al), see photo below. The bird remained in the area on 4.3 (Eikel Delgado; Joan Estrada, Montse Jofra, Víctor Estrada; Julio Pérez Cañestro at This bird remained in the area the following week e.g. 14.3 (Jorge García, Oriol Ribas at or 16.3 (Jordi Martí-Aledo, Àlex Ollé). It remained there on 24.3 (Júlio Pérez Cañestro at and on 30.3 (Jorge García)

Mergus merganser

Photo above:© Fran Trabalón 1.3.2012


Lesser Flamingo Phoenicopterus minor (1-2,3-7)
(1-2) Málaga There was a pair of individuals, a presumed pair ♂♀, displaying courtship at Fuentedepiedra lagoon, Málaga on 7.3 (Andy Paterson, Federico Vallés).
On 19.3 there were 6 individuals (Andy Paterson) and on 20.3 there were 7 (Andy Paterson et al). On 24.3 there were 6 individuals (presumably 3 pairs) within the Greater Flamingo Coloy at Fuentedepiedra (Juan Pérez-Contreras)

(3-7) Málaga There was a grand total of seven at Fuentedepiedra lagoon, Málaga on 18.3 (Mick Richardson) which presumably include the two above and five more. On 17.3 afternoon there had been up to five (Manolo Rendón) but only one had been seen on 17.3 morning (Andy Paterson, Federico Vallés). See above. On 19.3 there were 6 individuals (Andy Paterson) and on 20.3 there were 7 (Andy Paterson et al). On 24.3 there were 6 individuals (presumably 3 pairs) within the Greater Flamingo Coloy at Fuentedepiedra (Juan Pérez-Contreras)

Rüppell's Vulture Gyps rueppellii (1)
(1) Cádiz On 10.3 an adult or nearly adult was seen at Tarifa, Cádiz within a Griffon vulture colony (Estefanía Aleu y Alexandre Justo). The authors have commented in Spanish:

"No observamos ningún tipo de interacción, creo que no estaba emparejado con ningún leonado por que el ave volaba de un posadero a otro constantemente, se posaba al lado de un nido, luego al lado de otro, luego llegaba un leonado y lo echaba, se iba a otro posadero que casualmente estaba al lado de otro nido... Según mi propia experiencia, un buitre con territorio/nido en una colonia no se comporta de esa forma." [No interaction with Griffons was noted, and we felt it was not paired to any of them. It was moving from one place to another. In our experience a territorial vulture does not behave in such way] . J.Elorriaga/Fundación Migres comments that during this winter some birds seem to have been reported but these sightings have not been published. See a photo below and thumbnail here.

Gyps rueppellii

Photo above:© Estefanía Aleu y Alexandre Justo 10.3.2012

Long-legged Buzzard Buteo rufinus (1,2)
(1) Cádiz. On 8.3 a bird arrived to Tarifa, Cádiz directly from Africa at high altitude (Marina Guerrero y Pako Zufiaur). See a thumbnail here.

(2) Cádiz. On 16.3 there was a juvenile entering from Africa at Mirador del Estrecho, Algeciras. See a photo below (Andrew Fortuna)

Buteo rufinus

Photo above:© Andrew Fortuna 16.3.2012

Rough-legged Buzzard Buteo lagopus (1)
(1) Illes Balears. On 24.3 there was an ad ♂ migrating over Albercutx, Formentor, Mallorca (Lalo Ventoso, Biel Bernat i Fernando Salas).

Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga (1)
(1) Alicante. On 1.3 the Estonian Greater Spotted Eagle Tonn remained at El Hondo, Alicante according to satellite data. It remained there on 16.3 but it left Spain on 29.3 through Aragón. Check its latest location here

Lanner Falco biarmicus (1,2)
(1) Cádiz. There was an adult at La Alcaidesa, La Línea de la Concepción, Cádiz (Alfonso González Carbonell). This might be the same bird seen last month at Gibraltar (see February report)

(2) Cádiz. There was a bird on 4.3 at Salinas de Bonanza, Parque Natural Doñana, Sanlúcar de Barrameda,Cádiz (José Antonio Sarrión, Alberto Savijn)

Great Snipe Gallinago media (1)
(1) Badajoz There was a bird at Los Canchales reservoir, Badajoz, on 12.3 (Francisco Montaño, Joaquín Vázquez Muñoz y José Antonio Delgado). See a chronicle in Spanish in Aves de Extremadura blog here.

Baltic Gull Larus fuscus fuscus (1)
(1) Madrid On 4.3 th adult with PVC ring C.AC0 seen last month remained at Madrid, this time at Colmenar Viejo dump, Madrid (Delfín González). This bird had been seen there for the first time on 29.3.2009. See a photo below.

Larus fuscus fuscus

Photo above:© Delfín González 4.3.2012

Caspian Gull Larus cachinnans (1,2,3,4-5)
A Coruña There was a 1w at playa de Meirás, Valdoviño,A Coruña on 3.3 (Antonio Gutiérrez). See photos in his blog here.

(2) Madrid On 4.3 there was a 1w seen already there on 30.12.2011 at Colmenar Viejo dump, Madrid (Delfín González).See a photo below. This same individual was present at Pinto dump, Madrid, on 9.3 (Javier Marchamalo). See another photo below and a thumbnail here. It has a Polish metal ring with GDANSK inscription.

Larus cachinnans

Photo above:© Delfín González 4.3.2012

Larus cachinanns

Photo above:© Javier Marchamalo 9.3.2012

(3) Madrid On 10.3 there was a new unringed 1w at Colmenar Viejo dump, Madrid (Delfín González, Juan M. Ruiz). See a thumbnail here.

(4-5) Tarragona On 17.3 there were two at Tarragona harbour (Camilo Albert at, one remained on 18.3 (Albert Cama)

Iceland Gull Larus glaucoides (1,2,3)
(1) A Coruña There was a bird at ria do Barqueiro, A Coruña on 9.3 (Antonio Martínez Pernas). See a photo below.

Larus glaucoides

Photo above:© Antonio Martínez Pernas 9.3.2012

(2) Lugo There was a 1w at San Ciprián, Cervo, Lugo on 17.3 (Antonio Martínez Pernas, Ricardo Hevia). See a photo below and thumbnail here.

Larus glaucoides

Photo above:© Ricardo Hevia 17.3.2012

(3) Lugo There was a 2w at Celeiro, Lugo, on 23.3 (Ricardo Hevia; Antonio Martínez Pernas). See a photo below (Ricardo Hevia). Probably this same individual was seen again at Celeiro on 27.3 (Toño Salazar)

Larus glaucoides

Photo above:© Ricardo Hevia 23.3.2012

Glaucous Gull Larus hyperboreus (1)
(1) A Coruña There was a 2nd winter (3rd calendar-year) at Langosteira beach, A Coruña on 11.3 (Fernando Pereiras, Xabier Varela). See a photo below (F.Pereiras).

Larus hyperboreus

Photo above:© Fernando Pereiras 11.3.2012

Little Swift Apus affinis (1-15,16-24,25-27)
(1-15) Cádiz. On 3.3 there were 2 birds over Chipiona, Cádiz (Dani Maza, Manuel Jiménez, Pablo Barrena y Rafa García) that became 15 individuals in a next visit to the area on 9.3 (Alberto Plata, Marce Romo, Seferino Vitulano y Pablo Barrena). See also below.

(16-24) Cádiz. On 10.3 there were 24 individuals over Chipiona, Cádiz (Manuel Jiménez, Javier Ruiz, María José Morales y Rafa García).

(25-27) Almería. On 21.3.2012 there were 3 individuals at Rambla Morales, Cabo de Gata, Almería (David & Gilly Elliott-Binns, Phil & Sue Naylor, Rod & Linda Prout). See two thumbnails here. On 22.3 they were still there (Raimundo Martín)

Moussier's Redstart Phoenicurus moussieri (1)
(1) Cádiz. On 16.3 a bird was found at Tarifa, Cádiz (Diego Herrera). It was finally relocated at Punta Camorro, E of Tarifa town on 17,3 when photographed (Antonio Miguel Pérez, Gonzalo Lage, Kirri sp, Javier Elorriaga et al). See a photo below and a thumbnail here (J.Elorriaga)

Phoenicurus moussieri

Photo above:© Javier Elorriaga 17.3.2012


(1) Gibraltar. The bird found on 24.2 at Gibraltar was seen again on 4.3 (Charles Perez/ GONHS, David Cuenca/GOES). There is an special photopage in this website here courtesy of the authors with photos and comments on the record.This bird was relocated on 18.3 and it was still there on 26.3 (Keith Bensusan & Charles Pérez /GONHS).

Desert Wheatear Oenanthe deserti (1)

(1) Zaragoza. The individual seen last autumn at Laguna salada de la playa, Sástago, Zaragoza and seen again 26-27.2 was still there on 2.3 (Juan Bernal).See a photos from Javier Train on 27.2 and thumbnails here.

Oenanthe deserti

Photo above:© Javier Train 27.2.2012

Oenanthe deserti

Photo above:© Javier Train 27.2.2012

topoDesert Warbler Sylvia deserti (1,2)
(1) Tenerife. There was one at El Médano, Tenerife on 19-20.3 (Birdforum) The bird was South-west of El Medano in western end of dunes between hotel Playa Sur Tenerife and gun emplacement at Peña María.

(2) Lanzarote One was seen and photographed apparently on 24.3 at the coastal stretch between Punta de Las Mujeres and Jameos Del Agua, Lanzarote (Michael John O'Mahony). See four photos on flickr galleries here, here, here and here. One below courtesy of the author. However, the bird was relocated on 25.3 by local observers (F.Javier García Vargas, Antonio Unquiles). They have built a blog page on this sighting in their blog Aves de Lanzarote here.

Sylvia deserti

Photo above:© Michael John O'Mahony 24.2.2012

Yellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus (1)

(1)Gibraltar. The bird relocated on 14.2 at Mount garden, Gibraltar was seen again on 4.3 (Charles Perez/ GONHS, David Cuenca/GOES). This bird was still there on 12-13.3 (Charles Pérez/GONHS; David Cuenca, Jose Luis Garzon y Jorge Doña/GOES). It was seen again on 18.3 (Charles Pérez/GONHS)

Hooded Crow Corvus (c.) cornix (1)

(1) Girona. There was a bird at els estanys de Platja d'Aro, Castell- Platja d'Aro, Girona on 28.3 (Rosa Matesanz at

topoRARITIES ONLY FOR THE CANARY ISLANDS** Those species which are rarities only within the islands and are dealt with by CR/SEO are included here. Such records should be submitted to Juan Antonio Lorenzo at canarias @** Canarian records of species which are rarities nationwide are included in the main text in violet type.

topoBlack Stork Ciconia nigra (1)
(1) Gran Canaria. Theere remained a 1w at Maspalomas pond, Gran Canaria, on 3.3.2012 (Miguel Avelino, Eugenio Hernández et al).See a photo below (compare the plumage evolution with respect to previous months) and a thumbnail here. This bird remained there on 10.3 (Miguel Avelino Suárez).

Ciconia nigra
Photo above:© Miguel Avelino 3.3.2012

topoGreater Flamingo Phoenicopterus roseus (1)
(1) Gran Canaria. The juvenile bird found on 17.9.2011 at Gran Canaria was still at Charca de Maspalomas, S.Bartolomé de Tirajana on 3.3.2012 (Miguel Avelino, Eugenio Hernández et al).See a thumbnail here. This bird remained there on 10.3 (Miguel Avelino Suárez).

topoMediterranean Gull Larus melanocephalus (1)
(1) Gran Canaria. There was a 1w (2nd calendar-year) at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on 9.3 (Miguel Avelino Suárez & Eugenio Hernández). See a photo below.

Photo above:© Miguel Avelino 9.3.2012

topoBluethroat Luscinia svecica (1-2,3-4,5,6,7)
(1-2) Fuerteventura. There were 2 ♂ of subespecies cyanecula on 12-13.3 at charca de Los Alares, Antigua - Fuerteventura (Juan José Ramos Melo, Juan Ramírez y Beatriz Fariña / Birding Canarias).

(3-4) Fuerteventura. 2 ♂ were seen on 13.3 at charca de la Rosa del Taro, Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura (Juan José Ramos Melo, Juan Ramírez y Beatriz Fariña / Birding Canarias).

(5) Fuerteventura. A ♀ was seen on 13.3 at charca de la Rosa de Catalina García, Tuineje, Fuerteventura (Juan José Ramos Melo, Juan Ramírez y Beatriz Fariña / Birding Canarias)

(6) Fuerteventura. A ♂ cyanecula was seen on 14.3 at barranco de La Torre, Antigua, Fuerteventura (Juan José Ramos Melo, Juan Ramírez y Beatriz Fariña / Birding Canarias).

(7) Fuerteventura. A female was on 17.3 at Hotel Los Gorriones gardens, Pájara, Fuerteventura (Juan José Ramos Melo, Juan Ramírez y Beatriz Fariña / Birding Canarias).

*** Ringed birds in Spain have to be submitted and accepted by CR/SEO-BirdLife, according to Environment Ministery of Spain and the authonomous communities agreements, to be accepted as valid ringings in the national database. Otherwise, non submitted or rejected records will be deleted and ringings will not be included in national or international databases. Ringers not submitting rare bird ringings will be listed. Submitting ringing records is hence specially encouraged as a contribution to global bird knowledge..

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Suggested citations / Citaciones recomendadas /Citació recomanada:

  • Whole document/ Documento entero/ Document sencer: Gutiérrez,R. (ed) (year, latest update), Recent Reports: [month year]. Rare Birds in Spain. Retrieved from 
    • e.g. Gutiérrez, R. (ed) (2002, April 3). Recent Reports: April 2002. Rare Birds in Spain.Retrieved from 
  • Single records/ Citas sueltas/ Cites aïllades: Author (year). [Species] in Gutiérrez,R. (ed) (year, latest update), Recent Reports: [month year]. Rare Birds in Spain. Retrieved from 
    • e.g. Rebassa, M. (2002) Great White Egret Egretta alba in Gutiérrez, R. (ed) (2002, April 3). Recent Reports: April 2002.Rare Birds in Spain. Retrieved from

All birds featured in this page are rarities needing homologation by the CR/SEO

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From March 2005 this webpage only includes records of birds needing homologation by CR/SEO. For other local rarities contact local bird reports or records committees. See here those rarities only for the Canary Islands also dealt by CR/SEO. Changes in application to the rarity list from January 2006. New rarities include Sylvia curruca, Crex crex, Sterna bengalensis and others. Larus delawarensis and Anthus richardi have been withdrawn from the rarity list and are not be included from 2006.

Recent reports includes the latest sightings from the whole of Spain which are both personal observations, communications or have been released in E-Mail lists. Please contact the authors before using any photo for anything else than personal reference. Any submitted news to this page will be forwarded to the Spanish RC for their knowledge if enough substantiated but inclusion in this page does not imply acceptance or homologation of any kind which needs a form to be sent.Photos could be cropped for editorial reasons.Gibraltar news are included thanks to Gibraltar Ornithological & Natural History Society but this has no more implication than the sake of completeness given this area situation. Names of localities are featured as given by the authors of the records, that should be cited as those. Today news are marked with anew icon. We would welcome to receive a spare copy of those journals using these news for commercial purposes. Contact RG at address at the front page. From April 2005 only news of rarities needing homologation by the Spanish Rarities Committee are included. Reproduction of the contents of this page in commercial websites (e.g. *.com) or for commercial purposes is forbidden if not agreed in advance.. Go back to top
Citas recientes incluye las últimas novedades del conjunto del país que tanto son observaciones personales, comunicaciones al autor o noticias difundidas en listas de correo. Por favor contacten los autores para cualquier uso de las fotografias fuera del estrictamente personal.Cualquier cita que se envie a esta página sera reenviada al CR/SEO para su conocimiento, pero su inclusión aquí no implica su aceptación u homologación de ningún tipo y son responsabilidad de sus autores y del envío de la ficha correspondiente. Los nombres de las localidades se incluyen como son enviadas por los colaboradores, que deben ser citados como autores de las citas. Las fotos que se envíen podrán ser recortadas por criterios editoriales.Las noticias más recientes se marcan connew Desde Abril de 2005 se incluyen únicamente citas de  rarezas que necesitan homologación por el Comité de Rarezas de SEO/Birdlife. La reproducción total o parcial de los contenidos de esta página está prohibida en sitios web comerciales (p.ej. *.com) si no se autoriza de antemano. Ir al inicio de la página
Cites recents inclou les darreres novetats del conjunt de l'estat que són observacions pròpies, comunicacions o noticies difoses a llistes de correu. Si us plau contacteu amb els autors de les fotos per a a qualsevol ús fora de l'estrictament personal. Qualsevol cita que sigui enviada a aquesta plana serà rebotada també al CR/SEO si bé la seva publicació aquí no implica la seva aceptació o homologació de cap mena i és responsabilitat dels seus autors que haurien d'enviar la fitxa corresponent emplenada. Els noms de les localitats són posats tal i com són enviats pels autors, que han de ser referenciats com a autors de les cites. Les fotos que s'envïin podran ser retallades per criteris editiorals.Les notícies més recents són les marcades ambnew.Desd'Abril de 2005 únicament s'inclouen cites de rareses que necessiten homologació pel Comité de Rarezas de SEO/Birdlife.La reproducció total o parcial dels continguts d'aquesta plana és prohidia per a qualsevol lloc web de caire comercial (e.g. *.com) sinó s'ha autoritzat de forma prèvia. Tornar a l'inici de la plana.

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Latest highlights:

The overwintering Desert Wheatear at Sástago, Zaragoza as on 27.2 (Javier Train)
The overwintering Caspian Gull at Madrid dumps, present on 9.3 at Pinto (Javier Marchamalo)
The near-adult Rüppell's at Tarifa on 10.3 (E.Aleu & A.Justo)
The Caspian Gull at Colmenar Viejo on 11.3 (Delfín González)
The Long-legged Buzzard reported coming into Spain from Gibraltar straits on 8.3 (Pako Zufiaur)
The Bean Goose does not want to leave Villafáfila where it was spotted on 16.3 (Alfonso Rodrigo)
This Iceland Gull was at Lugo on 17.3 (Ricardo Hevia)
Bird of the week was this Moussier's Redstart at Tarifa from 16-17.3 (Javier Elorriaga)
The Lesser Scaup at Aznalcázar, Sevilla as on 24.3 (José Luis Anguita, Javier Salcedo). See its smaller size compared to Tufted Duck and its diagnostic underwing pattern. Original sized phots in the rarebirdspain yahoogroups page here.
The Little Swifts at Almería on 21.3 (David & Gilly Elliott-Binns)
The Lesser Scaup at Aznalcázar, Sevilla as on 28.3 (Rafa Romero)

Only Canary islands highlights
The Black Stork was back to Maspalomas at Gran Canaria on 3.3. (M.Avelino)
The most photographed Greater Flamingo of the Canary Islands, at its haunt at Gran Canaria in this month picture (M.Avelino)

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