Spain: Birding Extremadura, Donana and Sierra de Gredos

Stefan Schlick and TAS Field Trip Coordinator Brian Rapoza lead this two-week trip to Spain, arguably Europe's birdiest country. This spring migration tour will include visits to Monfrague and Donana National Parks, the Caceres Plains, Salinas de Bonanza and the Sierra de Gredos. Some of the many specialties we'll target include White-headed Duck, Black-bellied and Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, Great and Little Bustard, Slender-billed Gull, Spanish Imperial Eagle, European Bee-eater, European Roller, Black Wheatear, Spectacled and Subalpine Warbler, Iberian Magpie and Citril Finch. Combine the fabulous birding with the excellent food, spectacular scenery and the ease of logistics and you have an amazing trip that you wouldn’t want to miss! Fee: $2,950.00 per person double occupancy, $630.00 single supplement. Fee includes transportation, lodging, guides and park fees. Not included is round-trip airfare to Madrid, Spain, any meals, tips, laundry costs or other incidental expenses. For a detailed itinerary, see http://s3.amazonaws.com/tas-website/comfy/cms/files/383/original_Spain_Itinerary.pdf. Email Brian Rapoza, TAS Field Trip Coordinator for an application or additional information. $500.00 deposit due at time of booking, balance of payment due by January 27, 2020.