Seville Birding Tour

Birds from the dehesa to the marsh

The province of Seville, with an area of 14,000 square kilometers, is home to a variety of multiple and diverse habitats. The birds that can be observed from the dehesa to the marsh, passing through the plains of the countryside, will offer us a magnificent perspective of the ornithological wealth of the province.

Duration: 6 days / 5 nights

Calendar: all the year round.

Resident species: Spanish imperial Eagle, Cinereous Vulture, Blue Rock Thrush, Griffon Vulture, Sardinian Warbler, Bonelli´s Eagle, Black Wheatear, Rock Bunting, Iberian Green Woodpecker, Black-bellied Sandgrouse, Dartford Warbler, Red-billed Chough

Summer species: Black Stork, Lesser Kestrel, Montagu´s Harrier, Turlte Dove, Western Orphean Warbler, Woodchat Shrike, Isabeline Warbler, Short-toed Lark, Little Swift, White-rumped Swift, Red-necked Nightjar, Rufuous Bush Robin…

Winter species: Common Crane, Chifffchaff, Bullfinch, European Siskin, Merlin, Osprey, Fieldfare, Brambling, Wigeon…

Migrant species: Spectacled Warbler, Aegyptian Vulture, Tawny Pipit, Winchat

Número de participantes: minimum 2 people, maximum 8.

Price: 1200€ / person

Discover the wild territories of Seville and Badajoz in organized daytrips and tours, and enjoy the experience of observing nature in two of the last Mediterranean forest paradises of the Iberian Peninsula.


Offer specialized services for bird watching and nature under criteria of responsibility and respect for the environment


Being able to enjoy an experience of observation, knowledge and enjoyment of one of the most important nature reserves in Andalusia and neighboring Extremadura