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June 2015

Saturday, 27 June 2015

Spanish Lynx Trip

Spanish Lynx Trip

A short visit to Andalucía, concentrating on the unique granite hills of the Sierra Morena, the best preserved Mediterranean forest in Spain,where there is an important population of Lynx.
For the best chance of seeing Lynx, we will have to scan from viewpoints at long range, so walking will be minimal, however the scenery and birdlife is magnificent with Spanish Imperial Eagle, Golden Eagle, Black Vulture,Hawfinch, Firecrest and Eagle Owl all present.
Accommodation is a traditional guest house situated in the heart of the forest.
Group size is 8 pax
Price £650 s.s £50
Flights are extra London to Malaga

Further details from David Broadley (