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12 hours (approximately).


Spanish English


Consult. It depends on the date of the activity.


1-12 people


Country Spain

Region: Andalusia

Province: Jaen


Wildlife observation




From September 20 to October 20, 2022

(check availability)


In this activity we will make a guided tour in 4x4 by expert local guides, to observe, listen and photograph the Berrea del Ciervo and the Ronca del Gamo at dawn and later we will move to the Guarrizas River Valley, to wait in a farm exclusive private, where you can see Iberian lynx in freedom.

We will get to know the habitat of the Iberian deer and the fallow deer, their ecology and their behavior, and we will make several stops at strategic places to look for them with optical material (binoculars and a telescope).


The Sierra de Andújar is, due to its extensive hunting tradition, one of the best places in Spain to enjoy this natural phenomenon that begins during the month of September. It also coincides with the snoring of the Fallow Deer for a certain period of time, this being of shorter duration than the bellowing.

We will start the day at dawn or mid-afternoon, looking for the different species that this corner of Sierra Morena offers us. In the vicinity of the Sierra de Andújar Natural Park, we can relatively easily observe different species of wild fauna, especially deer, fallow deer or mouflons.

Pastures of holm oaks, cork oaks, piruétanos, heather, rockrose, strawberry trees, lentisks, or different aromatic plants typical of the Mediterranean mountains, among an infinite labyrinth of granite "bowls" will accompany us all the way, giving us a general vision of the soft and characteristic landscape from Sierra Morena.

The activity is carried out in very small groups.


Of course, observing without filling your stomach is complicated, so we include a free-range breakfast or afternoon snack of local products to taste in the field (depending on the activity schedule).



Iberian imperial eagle (R), Golden eagle (R), Black vulture (R), Griffon vulture (R), Iberian magpie (R), Iberian royal woodpecker (R), Great spotted woodpecker (R), Buzzard (R), Sparrowhawk (R), Goshawk (R), Common Kestrel (R), Rock Thrush (R), Mountain Lark (R), Grosbeak (R), Black Starling (R), Booted Eagle (E), Short-toed Eagle (E) , Bee-eater (E), Cape Swift (E), Red-billed Chough (R), Iberian Lynx (R), Iberian Deer (R), Fallow Deer (R), Mouflon (R), Ibex (R), Mongoose (R) , Genet (R), Stone marten (R), Fox (R), Dormouse (R), Wildcat (R), Painted Toad (R), Fire salamander (R), Natterjack Toad (R), Common Frog (R ), Spadefoot Toad (R), Iberian Midwife Toad (R), Southern Frog (R), Southern Smooth Snake (R), Horseshoe Snake (R), Long-snouted Viper (R), Collared Snake (R), Snake viperina (R), Bastard snake (R).

R = Resident; E = Summer; I = Wintering; P = Migratory step


- Expert local guide.
- 4x4 vehicle.
- Optical material (binoculars and high-end telescope).
- Picnic breakfast or dinner (depending on the activity schedule).
- Pick up at your accommodation (consult).
- Civil Liability Insurance and authorizations.
- Reference bibliography.



- Nature is capricious and indomitable, so we are not responsible for the weather or other external factors that could alter the habitual behavior of wildlife.

- Available from September 20th to October 20th.

- Approximate duration: 5 hours.

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