birds of the Strait of Gibralter its waters and northern shore by James Clive Finlayson

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Published by The Gibralter Ornithological & Natural History Society in Gibralter .

Written in English

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  • Birds -- Gibraltar.

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Statementby James Clive Finlayson & John Emmanuel Cortés.
SeriesAlectoris -- no. 6
ContributionsCortés, John Emmanuel.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL690.G5 F55 1987
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Paginationiv, 74 p. :
Number of Pages74
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Open LibraryOL18356471M

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The Strait of Gibraltar is famous as a major point of passage for Palaearctic birds migrating between their European breeding grounds and their winter quarters in Africa. Clive Finlayson, a native of the Rock and a trained ornithologist, presents a fascinating account of the region and its resident and transitory bird life.5/5(1).

The Strait of Gibraltar is famous as a major point of passage for Palaearctic birds migrating between their European breeding grounds and their winter quarters in Africa.

Clive Finlayson, a native of the Rock and a trained ornithologist, presents a fascinating account of the region and its resident and transitory bird life. The first chapter of the book describes the area. Birds of the Strait of Gibraltar (Poyser Monographs) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Birds of the Strait of Gibraltar (Poyser Monographs)5/5(1). This is a list of the bird species recorded in avifauna of Gibraltar include a total of species, of which seven have been introduced by humans and are rare or accidental in Gibraltar.

Five species are globally threatened. The majority of the introduced species are wanderers from introduced populations in Spain. The Strait of Gibraltar (Arabic: مضيق جبل طارق ‎, romanized: Maḍīq Jabal Ṭāriq; Spanish: Estrecho de Gibraltar), also known as the Straits of Gibraltar, is a narrow strait that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea and separates Gibraltar and Peninsular Spain in Europe from Morocco in Africa.

The two continents are separated by kilometres ( miles; Basin countries: Gibraltar, Morocco, Spain. Field Guide to the Birds of the Strait of Gibraltar (Guia de Aves del Estrecho de Gibraltar) ISBN – David Barros Cardona & David Rios Esteban Ornitour (2nd edition ) plates c species In some ways this is a very curious book.

The Strait of Gibraltar is in the southernmost point of Europe, one of the most biodiverse regions on earth. This is the last territory before. Birding the Strait of Gibraltar: Bald Ibis and much more. Birding the Strait of Gibraltar is a rewarding experience most days of the year.

Although both migratory periods are known to provide the most surprising amounts of birds, all winter and late summer also offer an attractive journey in this strategic migratory point. Birding Gibraltar. The famous Rock of Gibraltar is a limestone promontory, some 5 km long and 1 km wide.

The summit ridge, rising to m, offers superb if vertiginous views over the westernmost Mediterranean, the Costa del Sol and, especially, the Strait of Gibraltar itself.

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Covers the Strait of Gibraltar, Los Alcornocales Natural Park and La Junda. A total of species and sub-species are described and illustrated including resident, breeding or wintering species, migrants and occasional species.

Strait of Gibraltar. The Strait of Gibraltar is the only natural link between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea and is one of the busiest waterways in the world.

At the same time, the Strait is also a meeting point for nature lovers - here you can observe whales and dolphins as well as migratory birds. Recent sightings February 03 February Recent Sightings January 06 January Recent Sightings December 18 December November Sightings.

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Gilbert White, in his Natural History of Selbourne () referred to his brother John's observations of passage from his outpost on the Rock. The Strait of Gibraltar: formed by the inter-continental divide between Europe (Spain) and north Africa (Morocco). The east-west aligned approx.

40 nautical-mil e global waterway inter-links the Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea and is almost 9 nm at its narrows or shortest crossing between Tarifa (Spain) and Point Ciris (Morocco). The Gibraltar Arc tectonic fault is revealed Followers: K. Within minutes the birds were quickly and carefully weighed, measured, ringed, entered into the record book and released.

Sardinian Warbler processed and ready to go. Note the manicured fingernails of a female bird ringer – it’s not a job strictly for the boys. "Written by the author of The Birds of the Strait of Gibraltar, this is a much-needed site guide to this major migratory passage point.

It provides details of the key birdwatching sites and areas, and birdwatching tips for the region, as well as information on accommodation, planning a trip, bird species and other wildlife likely to be seen.".

Gibraltar Specialities Photo copyright Jussi Vakkala: The Strait of Gibraltar Bird Observatory is a branch of the Gibraltar. Ornithological and Natural History Society (GONHS) which was founded in Its aims are to foster the study and protection of wildlife and the natural environment in the area of the Straits of Gibraltar.

two horizontal bands of white (top, double width) and red with a three-towered red castle in the center of the white band; hanging from the castle gate is a gold key centered in the red band; the design is that of Gibraltar's coat of arms granted on 10 July by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain; the castle symbolizes Gibraltar as a fortress, while the key represents.

Gibraltar (/ dʒ ɪ ˈ b r ɔː l t ər / jih-BRAWL-tər, Spanish: [xiβɾalˈtaɾ]) is a British Overseas Territory located at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula.

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Gibraltar lies on the migratory route between Europe and Africa and every spring and winter the skies play host to everything from eagles and vultures to storks and songbirds. Most of these birds choose to cross the Strait of Gibraltar at its narrowest point; in the area of Tarifa.

The headlands and peaks of hills along the coast offer some great vantage points to watch this spectacle. Broad winged birds, like raptors, tend to drift with the wind so, if conditions are calm, Tarifa is the central point, if the wind is.

The final months of proved exceptional for 'spotted eagles' at the Strait of Gibraltar. At least 10 Lesser Spotted Eagles Aquila pomarina (LSE) were recorded from 25 August, when Victor Estrada photographed the first bird of the autumn in Tarifa, to 17 November, when we photographed a juvenile.

Remarkably, four or five different individuals were observed from. The Strait of Gibraltar is simply a 'must see' for anyone interested in natural history in Europe.

The narrowing of the mountainous southern tip of mainland Spain, leaving a gap of just 14km between Europe and Africa, provides ideal conditions for huge numbers of large migratory birds (and sometimes butterflies and dragonflies!) to concentrate and gain height before they take the.

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Approximately 9 miles (14 km) wide at its narrowest point, the Strait of Gibraltar is the entry point into the Mediterranean Sea from the Atlantic is bordered by the continents of Africa and Europe, and the countries of Morocco, Spain, the British colony of Gibraltar, and the Spanish exclave of Ceuta.

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