Indoor Meetings about Birds and Wildlife

Magical Mallorca
by Chris Ward

Date: Thursday 19 October 2017 at 19:30

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Bee-eater
Bee-eater

Mallorca or Majorca, is renowned for its special breeding and resident birds and as a migration hotspot. In search of these birds, we visit the important S’Albufera wetlands and stunning landscapes in the Serra de Tramuntana and the northern coastline, as well as many other locations. Chris has been to this island gem three times, including once in the winter.

Cuber Reservoir view north to Puig Major - Mallorca Nov 2007 Eleonora's Falcon - Albufera Mallorca Apr_May 2007
Cuber Reservoir Eleonora's Falcon

 

 Chris is an experienced lecturer; having presented talks to over 250 clubs and societies. He is a keen traveller and has been a wildlife photographer for over 30 years. A former Group Leader of the North Bucks RSPB Local Group for 10 years and a committee member for 30 years.

Black Vulture Red-knobbed Coot - Albufera Mallorca Nov 2007
Black Vulture Red-knobbed Coot

 

Albertcutx Mirador looking East - Mallorca Nov 2007
Albertcutx Mirador looking East - Mallorca Nov 2007

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