My view:

This blog has been created to share the beauty of Extremadura, one among the last paradises in western Europe. My pictures and videos are not high quality; they intend to show that with inexpensive means and an aficionado approach one can get hold of amazing experiences in this region, full of bio- and territorial diversity. I hope you enjoy what I love sharing. Unless stated otherwise, all the pictures and videos shown here have been shot by and belong to this blog's author.

jueves, 28 de marzo de 2013

Spring at Los Barruecos, el Casar pond (N-630) and the Reservoir of Valdesalor

The context, great as usual, but luxuriant in this Spring

Ribbon-tailed or thread lacewing (Nemoptera bipennis, ES Duende)

Little Grebe (Zampullín, Tachybaptus ruficollis) at El Casa

Black-winged stilts (ES Cigüeñuela, Himantopus himantopus) at the Valdesalor Reservoir, near Torreorgaz, Cáceres)

Black cap and the rest, e.g., Great-crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus, ES Somormujo lavanco) at Los Barruecos.

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