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LAS VINAS - Spain

LAS VINAS

The reserve Las Viñas is located in the village of Acehuche in the province of Caceres. This enclave is surrounded by the waters of the Tagus river and the Rivera de Fresnedosa. It is a unique place where a huge variety of animal and plant species can be found.
Thanks to the presence of many farms, large numbers of raptors are concentrated here, including black vultures, griffon vultures, Egyptian vultures and kites.
The Reserve Las Vinas has an area of 12 hectares and is provided with 4 hides dedicated to wild nature photography. Two are drinking hides that attract a large number of species throughout the year, such as the Rufous-tailed scrub robin, the Orphean warbler, shrikes and orioles.
The third hide is the perfect spot for carrions, with a gorgeous perspective to take photos of vultures, crows and kites in flight while they get here in astounding numbers and get unbelievably close to the hide.
The fourth hide will be ready in 2017 and is dedicated to the golden eagle. This structure cradled among the rocks was turned into a between the rocks between the rock has become the perfect appealing to mangoose, badgers, foxes, booted eagles, kites, black vultures, griffon vultures, crows and last but not least the crown jewel, the golden eagle



La Reserva Las Viñas está ubicada en el pueblo de Acehuche, provincia de Cáceres. Este enclave se encuentra rodeado por las aguas del Río Tajo y la Rivera Fresnedosa. Es un paraje único donde es posible encontrar una diversidad muy amplia de especies, tanto animales como vegetales.
Gracias a la existencia de numerosas explotaciones ganaderas se concentran grandes cantidades de rapaces desde buitres negros, leonados, alimoches y milanos.
La Reserva Las Viñas tiene una superficie de 12 hectáreas, provista de 4 hides para fotografía de naturaleza salvaje. Dos de ellos son bebederos a los cuales acuden un elevado número de especies durante todo el año, entre las cuales destacan el alzacola, la curruca mirlona, alcaudones y oropéndolas.
El tercer hide tiene la ubicación perfecta para carroñeras con una perspectiva única para fotografiar el vuelo de buitres, cuervos y milanos que acuden en gran número aproximándose de manera vertiginosa al hide.
Otro hide listo para el 2017 es el del águila real. Esta estructura que nace entre la roca se ha convertido en el atrayente perfecto para meloncillos, tejones, zorros, águila calzada, milanos, buitres negros, leonados, cuervos y por supuesto la joya de la corona, el águila real.
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
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Nibbio reale_Las Vinas_Premoli_M4A4156.jpg
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Red Kite
Azure-winged Magpie
Azure-winged Magpie
Azure-winged Magpie
Azure-winged Magpie
Hawfinch
Hawfinch
Hawfinch
Hawfinch
Red Kite
Red Kite
Hawfinch
Hawfinch
Hawfinch
Hawfinch
Fox
Fox
Mistle Thrush
Mistle Thrush
Black Kite
Black Kite
Azure-winged Magpie
Azure-winged Magpie
White Stork
White Stork
Crested Lark
Crested Lark
Egyptian Vulture
Egyptian Vulture
Egyptian Vulture
Egyptian Vulture
Black Kite
Black Kite
Black Kite
Black Kite
Song Thrush
Song Thrush
Spotless Starling
Spotless Starling
Egyptian Vulture
Egyptian Vulture
European Stonechat
European Stonechat
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin
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Cirl Bunting
Cirl Bunting
European Stonechat
European Stonechat
Common Buzzard
Common Buzzard
Woodchat Shrike
Woodchat Shrike
Black Kite
Black Kite
Griffon Vulture
Griffon Vulture
Griffon Vulture
Griffon Vulture
Woodchat Shrike
Woodchat Shrike
Black Vulture
Black Vulture
Golden Oriole
Golden Oriole
European Stonechat
European Stonechat
Blackcap
Blackcap
Sardinian Warbler
Sardinian Warbler
Song Thrush
Song Thrush
Blue Tit
Blue Tit
Cirl Bunting
Cirl Bunting