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We have lots of interesting birds, some of which are endemic to Fuerteventura and not found anywhere else in the World. We also have lots of resident specialists that keep us up to date with what, where and when you are likely to see out feathered friends.

Below is a detailled map which will give you an indication of what you are likely to see and where and the most popular birds…. including the amazing Houbara bustard that share this island with us.

Click on some of the articles below and be redirected to our birdwatching section to find out more about the amazing feathered friends that live or visit our island and get in touch if you would like to speak to our resident twitchers or wildlife specialists in more detail.

Look out for these birds on your travels…. and send us your photos by clicking here!   We would love to see them! 

See the zones on the map below for details what Ted Park and Twitcher Dave say you are likely to see and where, or click on the links below to find out what they look like and how to spot them and a little bit of information about each of them.

A. Houbara Bustard
B. Fuerteventura Chat
C. Cream coloured Courser
D. Stone Curlew
E. Egyptian Vulture
F. Buzzard
G. Berthelots Pipit
H. Spectacled Warbler
I. Raven
J. Sardinian Warbler
K. Hoopoe
L. Trumpeter Finch
M. Grey Shrike
N. Blue Tit
O. Kestrel
P. Barbary Partridge
Q. Red Legged Partridge
R. Linnet
S. Nightingale
T. Ruddy Duck
U. Turtle Dove
V. Rock Dove
W. Lesser Short Toad Lark
X. Black Bellied Sand Grouse
Y. Grey Wagtail
Z. Pallid Swift

Other Birds…

The Cattle Egret,

Black Winged Stilt,

We are more than happy to help you make the most of your stay here.

Just click here and we will get back to you!  

PLEASE REMEMBER: Take only photographs and leave only footprints!

Below is a list of the birdwatching zones. This is updated in the magazine monthly… so if you find something and think we should know about it … then please get in touch.

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