Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Bird Watching on Tenerife Part 1, Domestic Visitors

Our house is actually a decent ‘hide’ for spotting a quite wide range of Tenerife birds. A metal bowl filled with water – until enthusiastic blackbirds empty it – acts as a sort of watering hole. The birds queue for their twice or thrice daily bath whilst the roof tiles are a good vantage point for our birds of prey on the lookout for sunbathing lizards.

These are some of the Tenerife bird varieties we commonly see without leaving the house.

Bird Watching on Tenerife Part 1, Domestic Visitors

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