Birdwatching in the Alentejo

For the birders among you there is quite something to see. The Alentejo is a paradise for bird watchers. In the vicinity of the estate are numerous stork nests, even the black stork is seen in the vicinity. Common birds are the bee-eater, hoopoe, the little eagle and golden eagle, the crested cuckoo, the red-backed shrike and Red Head, the putter and many other species.

Organised walks from 2 to 10 miles are possible and are served by tourist offices in the surrounding area. At least don not forget your binoculars!

Spottede Birds:

Black Kite, Black Redstart, Catle Egret, Common Raven, Common Redstart, Common Stonechat, Corn Bunting, Crested Tit, European Bee-eter, European Nuthatch, European Serin, Goldfinch, Great Grey Shrike, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Hoppoe, Imperial Eagle,
Little Bustard, Long-legged Buzzard, Marsh Tit, Red Kite, Red-legged
Partridge, Short-toed Treecreeper, Spotless Sparkling, White Stork.