15 December 2010.
This is a common bulbul video.
Then, to the Oued Sous river delta. Many magpies: the blue-eyed Moroccan subspecies.
This video says about itself:
Quite common near Agadir. A very distinctive bird. Agadir, Morocco, May 2010.
An osprey eating a big fish on a sandbank.
Many grey herons and little egrets.
A female stonechat in a bush.
A great grey shrike on top of another bush.
Spanish sparrows in a leafless tree.
A black-winged stilt. A spoonbill.
A male stonechat.
On a wall, a black redstart.
Ten meter to its left on that wall, a pied wagtail.
A migrant from Europe, a chiffchaff.
A kestrel flying to an electric light pole.
On the other side of the river, three Dorcas gazelle.
Over a hundred serins in a leafless tree.
A Barbary falcon sitting high in a higher tree.
A great egret. Greater flamingos.
Four Barbary partridges on a stony hill.
A redshank and a black-winged stilt flying away together.
Barn swallows flying.
We arrive at the Atlantic ocean.
On the beach: lesser black-winged gulls and yellow-legged gulls.
Five sanderlings flying.
Two great cormorants.
A juvenile gannet above the sea.
Sandwich terns near the river mouth.
As we walk back: a squacco heron and a curlew.
Birds in the province around Agadir: here.
Greig-Smith, P. W. (2014). Use of habitats by resident and migrant birds in and around a golf course on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. Bird Study 61(1): 111–120. doi:10.1080/00063657.2014.882289: here.