Lanzarote, with its all year round, spring-like temperatures is a haven for bird watchers.
The island offers birders a number of interesting species and sub species.
Famara, on the north west coast, with its sweeping bay and 600m high cliffs is one of he best places to see Barbary Falcon and if you are lucky then you may see Eleonora’s Falcon, Osprey and Egyptian Vulture.
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The recently built golf course at Puerto del Carmen (Tias) has become home to a fairly wide selection of rare migrants including Eurasian Wigeon, Northern Pintail, Collared Pratincole, Little Ringed Plover, Squacco Heron, Garganey, Northern Shoveler, Eurasian Marsh Harrier, Whiskered Tern,Temminck’s Stint and Calandra Lark amongst others.
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The Barranco of Tabayesco (Temisa) on the east coast of the island has far more vegetation and is the best place for place to see African Blue Tit, Sardinian and Spectacled Warblers. The trees here attract migrating Passerines, Thrushes, Robins and Blackcap. Common Buzzards are present in winter.
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