Rare birds in Spain


This video from Honduras says about itself:

Phalaropus tricolor

Wilson’s Phalarope

Falaropo picudo

Reserva Hábitat/Especie El Jicarito, Choluteca, Honduras

27 diciembre [December] 2013

The Wilson’s phalaropes on this video are the smaller birds which keep turning around.

They are in winter plumage, like the bigger birds on the video; marbled godwits, I’d say.

From Rare birds in Spain on Twitter:

29.7.2014 Phalaropus tricolor 1 ind[ividual] + Phalaropus lobatus 1 ind[ividual], Punta de la Banya, Delta de l’Ebre, Tarragona (Jordi Martí-Aledo).

Phalaropus lobatus are red-necked phalaropes.

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