07 October, 2013

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Allcomers at an Avian R&R

Passerines, woodpeckers, warblers, jays…it was a truly a motley crowd that turned up at this watering hole for their routine rest and refueling on a  warm Mediterranean morning. The frenetic avian activity was captured on film by nature and wildlife photographer and GOT member Pedro Rubio Garcia in the woods near the Catalan rural town of  St. Agnés de Malanyanes, using a Canon XF300.

The visitors that featured in Pedro’s video are, in order of appearance:  1-Wren, 2-European Green Woodpecker, 3-Hawfinch, 4-European Nuthatch, 5-female Great Spotted Woodpecker, 6- juvenile Great Spotted Woodpecker, 7- male Great Spotted Woodpecker, 8-Blackcap, 9-Eurasian Jay, 10-Golden Oriole, and 11-male Blackcap.

o Wren, Troglodytes troglodytes, Chochín Común, Cargolet, Zaunkönige, Troglodyte mignon  EuropeanGreen Woodpecker,  Picus viridis,  Pito Real, Picot verd, Grünspecht, Pic vert    
o    Hawfinch, Coccothraustes coccothraustes, Picogordo, Durbec, Kernbeisser, Gros-bec
o   European Nuthatch, Sitta europaea, Trepador Azul, Pica-soques blau, Kleiber, Sittelle torchepot Great Spotted Woodpecker, Dendrocopos major, Pico Picapinos, Picot garser gros, Buntspecht, pic épeiche
o   Blackcap, Sylvia atricapilla, Curruca Capirotada, Tallarol de casquet, Bergeronnette grise,Fauvette à tête noire
o    Eurasian Jay, Garrulus glandarius, Arrendajo, Gaig, Eichelhäher, Geai des chênes
o    Golden Oriole, Oriolus oriolus, Oropéndola, Oriol, Pirol,  Loriot

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