Hide photos of the spanish Imperial Eagle, (Aquila adalberti)
One of the species of birds of prey more difficult to photograph, only available in very few areas of the iberian peninsula and a number of couples very small. The Ágila Imperial Iberica is a species endemic to Spain.
Our hide is Located in the central area of the peninsula, in the mediterranean forests of holm oaks and oaks, in the province of Toledo, only 1h 30 min. Madrid.
- Perfectly integrated into the environment
- Capacity for 3 photographers
- Glass spy 2.00 x 0.80 m. Oriented to the north.
- Innkeepers with funds homogeneous, free of distractions and nice colors
- Built in wood, dimensions:1.50 x 2.40 x 2.00 m
- With heating and cooking gas (heat food)
- Coverage of the mobile 4G.
- Sessions of half-day or full-day.
- Includes transfer by 4×4 vehicle to the hide.
- Use colored dress dark
- Speak in a low voice.
- Avoid making noise
- Spanish imperial eagle (Aquila adalberti )
- Black vulture (aegypius monachus)
- Griffon vulture (Groups fulvus)
- Common buzzard (buteo buteo)
- Red kite (milvus milvus)
- Black kite (Milvus migrans)
- Raven (corvus corax)
- Magpie (Pica Pica)
- Azzure winged Magpie (cyanopica cooki)
- Common blackbird (Turdus merula)
- White wagtail (Motacilla alba)
- Starling unicolor(Sturnus unicolor)
- Egyptian Mongoose
Note: Not guarantee 100% no species
Form of payment:
The payment will be made at the arrival to hide in metal
Queda totalmente prohibido salir del hide, en caso de ser necesario interrumpir la sesión, deberá llamar por teléfono al guía.
. Teléfono: +34 608 777 042