Tarifa Bird Migration

by Marbella Family
(Marbella)

Tarifa Bird Migration

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14 , 2014
10:00


Each year more than 500,000 birds and storks cross the Strait of Gibraltar towards sub-Saharan Africa. Huge flocks of these birds are concentrated around narrow to take the plunge. This is called glider bird migration.

In the town of Tarifa a lot of these huge birds preparing to cross the African continent are concentrated. Marbella Active invites you to visit this great show that gives us the nature of the expert hands of Antonio Figueredo , who will tell us in detail and guide you in this activity.

Day : Sunday 14 September Time : 10 Completion morning about 13:00 pm Meeting point: in front of gas station Meson de Sancho ( a few kilometers before Tarifa. ) Recommendations : Bring binoculars , water , sunscreen , hat etc. ... Place of activities : Cazalla observatory . (Tarifa) .

Because of the limited parking observatory and facing better organization we ask you to reaffirm your attendance email marbellactiva@gmail.com and better exploit the spaces in the cars of those who come alone.

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