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Rare Birds in Spain 
7th year in a row informing on rare birds in Spain

Recent Reports: Latest sightings
All birds featured are rarities needing homologation by the CR/SEO
See the information page for how to submit records to CR/SEO either by mail or online

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 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 and others. Larus delawarensis and Anthus richardi have been withdrawn from the rarity list and will not be included in 2006.

Number of rarities this month Citations / Citaciones / Com citar
Rarity distribution this month Rarity forecast 
Species index (n= 0 + 21 =21) +  0 Only Canary Islands


Bulweria bulwerii Limnodromus scolopaceus Larus hyperboreus
Oceanites oceanicus Calidris melanotos Sterna maxima
Egretta gularis x garzetta Phalaropus tricolor Sterna bengalensis
Pelecanus onocrotalus Phalaropus lobatus Sterna c.f. elegans
Gyps rueppellii Stercorarius longicaudus Apus affinis
Falco biarmicus Larus atricilla Motacilla alba subpersonata
Pluvialis fulva Larus philadelphia Corvus albus


* processing of these rarities dealt by CR/SEO, hence their inclusion here
See also last month news for late updates or long-stayers



Bulwer's Petrel* Bulweria bulwerii (1)
(1) Cádiz. On 19.8 afternoon, a bird was seen off Tarifa, Cádiz, in the middle of the straits of Gibraltar entering the Mediterranean

Wilson's Storm-petrel* Oceanites oceanicus (1-2,3-4,5)
(1-2) Pontevedra. On 19.8  2 birds were seen 13 miles West off Parque Nacional de las Islas Atlanticas, Pontevedra together with 6 Sabines' Gulls Larus sabini (Paco Chiclana, Alberto Gil, Rafael y Tito Salvadores, Cesar Vidal, Samuel Paz). See a thumbnail here and more information (in Galician language) at Cesar Vidal blog here
(3-4) A Coruña. Observation from the coast: on 19.8 two were seen from Estaca de Bares, A Coruña seabird observatory (Alfonso Valderas, Antonio Sandoval). They were feeding on a large oil spot at sea. 
(5) Pontevedra. A bird was seen with 5 Sabine's Gulls on 26.8, 10 miles W of Cies islands, Parque Nacional de las Islas Atlanticas, Pontevedra (Alberto Gil, Jose Gandara, Pablo Gutiérrez, Tito Salvadores, César Vidal).

Presumed Hybrid Western Reef x Little Egret* Egretta gularis x garzetta (1,2,3)
(1) Tarragona. The bird present for the last years at Tancada lagoon, Ebre delta, Tarragona, was seen again on 2.8 (Ricard Gutiérrez, Helena Arbonés, Ariadna Gutiérrez,Gerard Gutiérrez) and 3.8 morning (R.Gutiérrez). See a photo below and a thumbnail here.Seen again on 6.8 (Iben H.Sorensen, Cristian Jensen/Audouin Birding Tours)

Photo above: Ricard Gutiérrez. 2.8.2006

(2)Alicante. Another presumed hybrid, very similar to the above bird and others recorded previously in the Valencia area, was present in late July and at least until 3.8 at Santa Pola saltpans, Alicante (A.Jacobo Ramos; T.Zaragozí). See more information and a picture at Natur@licante.The bird was still there, near the N-332 road on 5.8 when it was photographed in company of garzetta (see below, Elias Gomis).

Photo above: Elias Gomis. 5.8.2006

(3) Cádiz. On 16.8, a bird presumably another hybrid and very pale overall was seen at Codo de la Esparraguera, Guadalquivir river shores, near the river mouth, Cádiz (Oscar Llama, Begoña Alonso, Javier Blanes, J.Luis Anguita, Paco Chiclana). See a photo below (J.L.Anguita) and compare with the above birds.This bird was seen again on 22.8 (J.L.Arroyo, Rubén Rodríguez, Luisa Hernández)

Photo above: J.L.Anguita. 16.8.2006

Photo above: J.L.Arroyo. 22.8.2006

White Pelican Pelecanus onocrotalus (1) Category E bird
(1) Salamanca. The bird seen at Azud de Riolobos, Salamanca, on 31.7 seems now to be clearly an ESCAPE since a ring, not typical of ringing schemes but more similar to those of collections. It was seen again on 4.8 and 15.8, when photographed associated to a White Stork Ciconia ciconia flock (José Miguel Colorado, Miriam Coca, Miguel Rouco, Ángel González). A bird had been seen during May and June at PN Arribes of Portugal, flying with White Storks (M.Monteiro to A.González). It might have been the same individual. See two photos below (A.González).

Photos above: Ángel González. 15.8.2006. Note the ring in its left leg.

Rüppell's Vulture* Gyps rueppellii (1,2)
(1) Segovia. On 13.8 a juvenile, according to submitted description, was seen at Parque Natural de las Hoces de Duratón, Segovia, near the San Frutos hermitage (Pablo García Díaz).
(2) Cádiz. The bird found at Gibraltar last month flew into La Línea de la Concepción, Cádiz the day after its staying at the rock and was collected exhausted. It was brought to the recovery center at Pelayo, near Huerta Grande, Cádiz (communicated by Charlie Pérez/GONHS).

Lanner* Falco biarmicus (1)
(1) Valencia On 26.8, an Euring 4 feldeggii bird was seen at La Devesa, l'Albufera de València (J.Ignacio Dies, Monica Romero, Vicent Sales, Daniel Camps). See a thumbnail here

Pacific Golden Plover * Pluvialis fulva (1)
(1) Girona A bird was located the evening of 23.8 at la Rogera lagoon, PN Aiguamolls de l'Empordà, Girona (Àlex Ollé, Toni Mampel; Jordi Martí-Aledo). See a photo below (A.Ollé). It was seen again the morning of 24.8 (Jordi Martí-Aledo).Still present the morning of 27.8 (Daniel Roca). See a thumbnail here. And still there on 30.8 (A.Ollé, J.Martí-Aledo, A.Broncca, R.Gutiérrez)

Photo above: Àlex Ollé. 23.8.2006

Long-billed Dowitcher* Limnodromus scolopaceus(1)
(1)Asturies From 4-7.8 (Jorge Remacha, Juan Luis Galindo, Fernando Ávila) to 10.8 afternoon at least (Adolfo Villaverde et al) there was an adult worn bird at ria de la Villa, Villaviciosa, Asturies.Some characters of the bird made think in Limnodromus griseus hendersoni but subtile details and photo study confirmed it as scolopaceus. See images at Coaciosforu webpage.See a photo below and two thumbnails here. Seen (and heard) again on 14.8 (Adolfo Villaverde).Still there on 20.8 (Adolfo Villaverde)

Photo above: Adolfo Villaverde. 10.8.2006

Pectoral Sandpiper* Calidris melanotos (1,2,3,4)
(1)Tarragona. An adult, perhaps the same seen on 29.7 at El Goleró, PN Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona on 29.7 was seen at former Tancada saltpans, PN Delta de l'Ebre on 2.8, 15,37 km to the south of the first site (Xesco Macià; Chris Gibbins, Albert Cama, Joan Ferré; Ricard Gutiérrez, Helena Arbonés, Ariadna Gutiérrez,Gerard Gutiérrez) at least until 11:50 AM. Probably the same bird was seen at Illa de Riu ricefields, PN Delta de l'Ebre, distant 6,36 km to the NNE of the Tancada site, at c.19:00 hours the same 2.8 (Chris Gibbins, Albert Cama, Joan Ferré). See a photo below (Ricard Gutiérrez). The bird was not in neither of both 2.8 sites on 3.8 morning (R.Gutiérrez)Seen again at Illa de Riu ricefields on 6.8 (Iben H.Sorensen, Cristian Jensen/Audouin Birding Tours).Still there on 9-8 (Josep Tantull, Roser Solé).Still there on 11.8 (Gorka Gorospe) and 12.8 (Cristian Jensen).

Photo above: Ricard Gutiérrez. 2.8.2006

(2) Girona. One adult male, was found on 12.8 at Riumors ricefields, near PN Aiguamolls de l'Empordà (Jordi Martí-Aledo, Àlex Ollé, Pere Serrano, Marc Bertran). It was still at the same place on 13.8 (Jordi Martí-Aledo, Àlex Ollé, Pere Serrano,Albert Roca). See two thumbnails here
(3) Sevilla On 29.8 a bird was seen at Isla Mayor ricefields, Sevilla. See a thumbnail here (Paco Chiclana, J.L.Anguita)
(4) Valencia On 29.8 too, an Euring 4 bird was seen at Racó de l'Olla, l'Albufera de València (J.Ignacio Dies, Mercè Vilalta, Miquel Chardí). See a thumbnail here

Wilson's Phalarope* Phalaropus tricolor (1)
(1)Tarragona. The 2nd for Catalonia, found at El Fangar bay, Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona on 15.4 has remained all the summer in a beyond-limits area within the PN Delta de l'Ebre (PN Delta de l'Ebre). On 5.8 it was seen from Punta de la Banya hide, PN Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona (Iben H.Sorensen, Cristian Jensen/Audouin Birding Tours)

Red-necked Phalarope* Phalaropus lobatus(1-8,9,10-11,12,13,14,15,16-17)
(1-8)Tarragona. On 5.8, eight birds (!) were seen from Punta de la Banya hide, PN Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona (Iben H.Sorensen, Cristian Jensen/Audouin Birding Tours)
(9)Barcelona. A bird was seen at maresma de les Filipines, Delta del Llobregat on 6.8 (T.Alonso, D.Roca) and was last seen on 8.8 afternoon (Xavier Sampere).
(10-11) Cádiz Two adults were recorded at Salinas de Monte Algaida (Salinas de los Portugueses), Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cádiz on 14.8 (Paco Chiclana, José Luis Anguita). See a photo below

Photo above: Paco Chiclana. 14.8.2006
(12) Murcia A bird was seen at San Pedro del Pinatar saltpans, Murcia on 14.8 (José Antonio Barba Ramos). See two thumbnails here
(13) Cádiz. A bird was seen in the middle of the Straits of Gibraltar, off Tarifa on 12.8 (Salvador Solís)
(14)Ciudad Real. Inland record (!). On 18.8, a juvenile was found at laguna de Navaseca, Daimiel, Ciudad Real (Laura Valverde, Luis Sánchez Vázquez de Prada).
(15) Almería A juvenile/1w was found on 21.8 at Salinas de Cerrillos, Roquetas, Almería (Raimundo Martín Rodriguez)
(16-17) Cádiz On 22.8 a total of 4 birds were recorded at Salinas de los Portugueses, Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cádiz where two were seen on 14.8 (see record 10-11, and photo above). Two of the four new birds could have been the two featured above, according to photographic evidence (see a photo below and four thumbnails here, José Luís Arroyo).

Photo above: José Luis Arroyo. 22.8.2006

Long-tailed Skua* Stercorarius longicaudus(1,2)
(1) Huelva. The week of 14-20.8 an adult bird was seen off Islantilla, Huelva (Graeme Joynt et al)
(2)A Coruña  On 26.8 afternoon, a juvenile was seen off Estacad de Bares, Mañón, A Coruña (Alfonso Valderas, Ana Torres, Bárbara Torres, Pablo Pita, Antonio Sandoval, José Miguel Alonso Pumar)

Laughing Gull* Larus atricilla (1)
(1) Valencia. On 2.8 an adult bird was seen at Racó de l'Olla, PN l'Albufera de València, València . It was found at dawn in a roosting site, showing to be in poor condition, although apparently absent at midday (J. Ignacio Dies, Bosco Dies, Anna Valentín, Miquel Chardí, Antonio Alcocer and others). A first record for l’Albufera de Valencia. (J.I.Dies). See a thumbnail here See a photo below. The gull was found on 3.8 morning at the same roost (J. Ignacio Dies, Mercè 
Vilalta, Miquel Chardí), and it was unable to fly so it was taken to a wildlife recovery centre where it was diagnosed of taeniasis, although other causes are also being discarded (information: J.I.Dies).

Photo above: J.I.Dies. 3.8.2006

Bonaparte's Gull* Larus philadelphia (1,2,3)
(1) A Coruña . The 1w first seen on 16.3 at ría do Burgo, A Coruña, was seen again, now a 1s, on 11.8 (Carlos Sánchez, Oscar Llama, David G.Ortega, Alfonso Rodrigo). The Bonaparte's Gull has been the longest-stayer of this species ever-reported in Spain (ed.comment).See a thumbnail here. Still there on 22.8 (Paco Chiclana) and 24.8 (Roberto Bao, Antonio Sandoval).
(2) A Coruña . On 23.8 a bird, probably an adult, was seen at Sabón reservoir, Arteixo, A Coruña (Xabier Varela). A different individual from (1).
(3) A Coruña . At PN Corrubedo, it was seen a 1st winter on 24.8 (Manuel Polo)

Glaucous Gull* Larus hyperboreus (1,2)
(1) Asturies. A 2nd summer bird that was found at Zeluán, Asturies, on 22.5 was still there on 13.8 (César A. Laó). 1st case of oversummering in the area.See a thumbnail here
(2) A Coruña A 2nd summer/3rd winter was found at Valdoviño lake, A Coruña, on 16.8 (Pablo Gutiérrez). See a thumbnail here

Royal Tern* Sterna maxima (1)
(1) Gibraltar / Cádiz On 28.8 afternoon a bird was seen at 17:45 leaving the Mediterranean westwards off Gibraltar (Charlie Perez, Albert Yome). The bird flew to the W towards Tarifa. This is the 11th record for Gibraltar, last seen there on 24 August 1994.

Lesser-crested Tern* Sterna bengalensis(1,2)
(1)Huesca Inland record.On 2.8 an adult was seen at Barasona reservoir, Graus, Huesca. It was within a Black-headed Gull flock (Luis Gracia Garcés).See a photo below and a thumbnail here

Photo above: Luis Gracia. 2.8.2006
(2) Huelva A bird was seen on 21.8 at the beach of the Doñana National Park, Almonte, Huelva (José Luís Arroyo). See two thumbnails here (note the more advanced moult stage on head in the Doñana bird, ed.note).

Yellow-billed Tern (possible Elegant Tern)* Sterna c.f. elegans (1)
(1) Tarragona An adult yellow-billed tern looking like an Elegant Tern and a hybrid bird son of this individual and a Sandwich Tern Sterna sandvicensis that have bred elsewhere in the Spanish Mediterranean coast (confidential site) and that have been (both) ringed with a yellow PVC ring, were recorded the week of 21-24.8 at barra del Trabucador, PN Delta de l'Ebre, Tarragona (David Bigas/PN Delta de l'Ebre).

Little Swift* Apus affinis (1-2,3-9)
(1-2) Sevilla. Two birds were recorded in the northern Sevilla sierra, Sevilla (Paco Chiclana, Juan González y Manolo Villaécija)
(3-9) Cádiz. There were seven flying in Cadiz beaches, near Guadalquivir river mouth on 5.8 (Paco Chiclana). See a photo below (P.Chiclana)

Photo above: Paco Chiclana. 5.8.2006

Moroccan White Wagtail* Motacilla alba subpersonata. 2nd for Europe (1)
(1) Gibraltar. On 6.8 morning, an adult bird was found around Europa Point lighthouse (Charlie Pérez, Paul Acolina, Keith Bensusan, Terry Jesty). It seems that the bird had went unnoticed as an alba wagtail for some days (T.Jesty). The bird was in heavy moult and look worn. Its call was monosyllabic, and sounded different from alba (K.Bensusan). See two photos below and a thumbnail here (Charlie Pérez).

Photos above: Charlie Pérez. 2.8.2006

Pied Crow* Corvus albus (1)
(1) Pontevedra. An adult ,presumably male, was found on 19.8 at com Ruivo, O Grobe, Pontevedra (Samuel Paz). See a photo below and three thumbnails here. On 21.8 it was located in the same place (X.Pinheiro, C.D.Romai Cousido, F.Fraga, S.Paz). According to the authors the bird may have been there for some weeks. Ship assistance seems to be a good explanation to the presence of the bird (S.Paz/C.D.Romai in litt.). In March 2004 another was seen off the Canary Islands and a recent paper on this record has been published in Alauda (2) 2006:275-276.(editorial note).Still around on 22.8 (C.Damian Romai). The bird had been found on 4.7 at the same place (E.Martinez Sabarís) but misidentified as a 'partial albino' Crow. Later seen again on early July with a Carrion Crow (C.corone) (J.L.Viñas Otero). But it was not identified until 19.8 when the photos below were examined by RC member César Vidal.

Photo above: Samuel Paz. 19.8.2006

* processing of these rarities dealt by CR/SEO, hence their inclusion here. Send putative records to Juan Antonio Lorenzo at 
** check out national-wide rarities also seen in the Canary islands within the main section text, written in violet colour rather than black and marked with a dot. 

None reported since May.

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

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 if enough substantiated but inclusion in this page does not imply acceptance or homologation of any kind. 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 a  icon. We would welcome to receive a spare copy of those journals using these news for commercial purposes. Contact RG at adress at the front page. From 2004 on news on Pied Wagtail and Caspian Tern are no longer included except in case of major unusual concentrations. From April 2005 only news of rarities needing homologation by the Spanish Rarities Committee are included .. 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 pero su inclusión aquí no implica su aceptación u homologación de ningún tipo.Los nombres de las localidades se incluyen como son enviadas por los colaboradores, que deben ser citados como autores de las citas. Las noticias más recientes se marcan con  .Desde enero de 2004 no se inluyen citas de lavandera blanca enlutada ni de pagaza piquirroja excepto en casos de grandes concentraciones inusualesDesde Abril de 2005 se incluyen únicamente citas de  rarezas que necesitan homologación por el Comité de Rarezas de SEO/Birdlife 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. 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 notícies més recents són les marcades amb .Des de gener de 2004 no s'inclouen cites de cuereta blanca endolada ni de xatrac gros llevat de possibles casos de concentracions inusuals Des d'Abril de 2005 únicament s'inclouen cites de rareses que necessiten homologació pel Comité de Rarezas de SEO/Birdlife. Tornar a l'inici de la plana.

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reported so far this month
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Number of rarities individuals per month in this website in 2005 and 2006

Accumulated July 2006:
(303 in 2005, 123,45%)

Latest highlights:

The Ebro delta resident presumed hybrid Western Reef x Little Egret as on 2.8. This bird is now breeding and has offered good chances of studying its variation along its staying. Note the black garzetta-like bill and the rather rounded head but,in turn, the grey tones typical of gularis (Ricard Gutiérrez)
The adult Laughing Gull at Albufera de Valencia on 2.8 (J.I.Dies)
Moroccan White Wagtail at Gibraltar on 6.8, 2nd for Europe (Charlie Pérez)
The 'habitat' of the presumed hybrid Western Reef x Little Egret at Santa Pola Saltpans. It cannot be said it is beyond limits... (Elias Gomis)
Two images of the pale adult Dowitcher of ria de la Villa (Xuan Cortés)
The Riumors ricefields Pectoral Sandpiper as on 12.8 (above, Àlex Ollé, below Marc Bertran).
The Bonaparte's at Ria do Burgo, A Coruña: the 1st ever oversummering in Spain (Alfonso Rodrigo)
The Glaucous Gull at Zeluán, another oversummering interesting gull (César A.Laó)
The Glaucous Gull at Valdoviño lake, A Coruña (center). This is the 1st photo taken with a mobile phone published in this website! (Pablo Gutiérrez)
A Red-necked Phalarope was found at Salinas de San Pedro del Pinatar, Murcia, on 14.8 (José Antonio Barba)
One of the Wilson's Storm Petrel off Vigo as on 19.8 (Samuel Paz). The same day two were seen from the coast of much northern Estaca de Bares cape
Three images of the Pied Crow of O'Grove (also named O grobe) at Pontevedra. Origin unknown but ship assistance is the highest possibility (Samuel Paz)
The Pacific Golden Plover at Aiguamolls de l'Empordà on 23-24.8 (A.Ollé)
An image of the Barasona Lesser Crested Tern. A unique inland record of this species! (L.Gracia)
Four images (above) of the Red-necked Phalaropes at Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cádiz, on 22.8 (J.L.Arroyo)
Two images of the Lesser Crested Tern recorded at Doñana on 21.8 (J.L.Arroyo)
The dark egreta at Codo de laEsparraguera, Doñana as on 22.8 (J.L.Arroyo)
Two shots of the 26.8 Wilson's Storm Petrel, perhaps one of the most abundant tubenoses in the World, but still a rarity in Spain (César Vidal)
The Lanner from Valencia on 26.8 (J.I.Dies)
Another picture of the Aiguamolls Pacific Golden Plover, this taken on 27.8 (Daniel Roca)
The Sevilla Pectoral Sandpiper. The melanotos high season has begun (Paco Chiclana)
And the Valencia Pectoral Sandpiper, found the same day 29-8 (J.Ignacio Dies)
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