Present all year in Extremadura with some nesting pairs, Royal Kite (Milvus milvus) increases their copies with the arrival of winter thanks to the people of Northern Spain and Europe that migrate to our area for the mild climate and food.
To photograph this species under the best conditions, we have created a point where daily supplementary feeding gather multiple copies, even to be at the same time up to 10 individuals simultaneously.
For this we have chosen a place with good funds which has been endowed with innkeepers. The venue allows photography in acrobatic flight of these birds of prey, and various snapshots innkeepers, soil, etc.
The hide is made of wood with spy glass for 2 photographers and is perfectly integrated into the environment. The sessions are half day or full day, as I wanted. As with all our hides, guaranteed 100% effective.
Some pictures taken from this hide.
This hide is also frequented by other species that will complement our photo shoots or will beat, such as Imperial Eagle, Crow, Dartford, etc.
Photos taken by a control cameras camera traps to a copy of Imperial Eagle and Red Kites.