Catalonia Spain Vulture Feeding Time Birdwatching Trip

The rugged scenery of the Catalan Mountains - perfect setting for an amazing spectacle.

Ruth has just returned from an exciting fact finding mission in Catalonia, Spain. She discovered amazing birds, wonderful scenery, great food and lovely people! We will be running Birdwatching Trips here for sure! If you would like to be contacted about our future trips please drop us a line and we will give you a heads up on what is coming up. Here is a quick photo blog to share just one of the amazing experiences that we will be offering during our Catalonia tours...

One huge Griffon Vulture is an impressive sight.

But see them coming head on this close on mass - oh wow!!!

The mass of vultures were literally a few feet away from the hide, mind-blowing!

Yes, really this close! Just a true wildlife spectacle, has to be seen.

Look carefully amongst the mass of Griffons to see mighty Black Vultures too.

Look up to see enormous Lammergeier soaring over, another must see bird!

Come and join us for the very best bird and wildlife tours, small groups, maximum six guests with at least two guides, lovely lodges and hotels, great food and a lot of fun! We know you will love our Birdwatching Trips! Please email us for details here....

We look forward to enjoying amazing birds and wildlife in beautiful places with you!

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