The Extremadura region in general and in particular Monfragüe, houses the largest populations of birds of prey in Europe. Hundreds of Young Black Vulture and Griffon Vulture nest in the national park and look for food tirelessly for the surrounding meadows and steppes. Photographing these large predators while feeding or asean after eating is an unforgettable experience that every photographer should have in their photo archives.
To this end we have created a new hide, set in a pasture environment where food is regularly provided to the birds, allowing photography in several species. The hide is made of wood, with a spy glass and capacity up to 2 photographers who have inside of all necessary to photograph for hours to different species that visit this place daily amenities.
- Black Vulture
- Griffon Vulture
- Egyptian Vulture (March to September)
- Common Raven
- Black Kite (March to September)
- Red Kite
- Azure-winged Magpie