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12 hours (depending on the time of the activity)


Spanish English


08:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

(Depending on the time of the activity.) Consult


1-8 people


Country Spain

Region: Andalusia

Province: Jaen


Wildlife observation




All year

Recommended time: consult


We propose a guided route in a 4x4 vehicle by expert local guides, with the aim of spotting the bearded vulture , in the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas Natural Park.

This protected natural space was the cradle of the recovery of this threatened species, which became extinct in these places in the 1980s, and thanks to an ambitious reintroduction project, it has managed to cross its skies again in complete freedom.

The Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park is the largest protected natural area in Spain, with an enormous extension of forests and mountainous areas that rise above 2000 meters of altitude, with areas sculpted by the courses of water, forming gorges, gorges and canyons that leave no one indifferent.

Currently, this space is home to a significant number of species of flora and fauna, including some endemic to the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, such as the Viola cazorlensis , the Pinguicula vallisneriifolia or the Valverde lizard ( Algyroides marchi ).


During the tour, we will interpret the landscape and establish observation points with optical material (binoculars and telescope).

Our guides will help you to recognize the species observed by offering you a series of guidelines, as well as to detect and identify them by their song. In addition, you will have at your disposal a bird guide so that you can consult each species, and a "birdlist" so that you can mark the species that we are observing.  


Golden Eagle (R), Griffon Vulture (R), Iberian Magpie (R), Iberian Woodpecker (R), Great Spotted Woodpecker (R), Buzzard (R), Sparrowhawk (R), Goshawk (R), Common Kestrel ( R), Rock Thrush (R), Crossbill (R), Nuthatch (R), Short-toed Treecreeper (R), Booted Eagle (E), Short-toed Eagle (E), Eurasian Warbler (E), Eurasian Warbler (E), Cape Swift (E), Egyptian Vulture (R), Red-billed Chough (R), Eleonora's Falcon (P), Black Wheatear (R), Blonde Wheatear (E), Gray Wheatear (R and E), Rock Thrush (R and P ), Valverde Lizard (R), Elizabethan Butterfly (R), Ocellated Lizard (R), Betic Midwife Toad (R), Iberian Deer (R), Fallow Deer (R), Mouflon (R), Wild Boar (R), Squirrel red (R).

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


- Expert local guide.
- 4x4 vehicle.
- Optical material (binoculars and high-end telescope).
- Breakfast and picnic lunch.
- Pick up at your accommodation (consult).
- Civil Liability Insurance and authorizations.
- Reference bibliography.



- On  Birds&LynxEcotourism  We strictly comply with an ethical behavior at the foot of the field for the observation of threatened fauna, and fauna in general. Our company does not use baits, lures, or attractants of any kind.

- The specimens that can be observed live completely in freedom, so observation is never 100% guaranteed. Our results indicate that there is a high probability, but on some occasions it may be necessary to carry out more than one field trip to be successful in the sighting.

- The observations are made from a sufficient distance so as not to alter the behavior of the species, always guided by experts in their biology and ethology.

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

- The activity is carried out exclusively in areas of public use.

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