Luscinia svecica azuricollis

Inspection in Sierra de Bejar

Looking for new places to visit during excursions and trips, allowing to add to our offer new species, landscapes and habitats, Luca explored yesterday the Sierra de Bejar, only one hour of driving far from Monfrague National Park. It’s a small sierra, sometimes considered the westernmost part of Sierra de Gredos, that reaches 2.428 m…


Pelobates cultripes

Rainy nights

During spring rainy nights all spanish amphibians are wandering, looking for a place to mate and breed. Armies of tiny creatures are moving in the dark, passing the roads and risking their life: vehicles are doing real massacres, but newts, frogs and toads are so abundant that most of them seem to survive, arriving safe to…