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!
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.