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Bird numbers peak in the Ebro Delta
The provisional analysis of the data from this winter’s waterbird count in the Ebro Delta suggests t...
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The Dupont's Lark may be extinct in Catalonia!
The last census in Catalonia of the Dupont's Lark, which has been chosen as the bird of the year 200...
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Audouin Birding Tours



14 - 21 January 2021 POSTPONED
10 - 17 January 2022 BOOKING NOW OPENED!
This visit to the kingdom of the Iberian Lynx will be a combined birding and mammal trip, with a special focus on seeing the endangered Iberian Lynx in the wild. We will enjoy a mild winter in southern Spain and visit great birding sites such Doñana and Sierra de Andújar.
Interesting Species: Iberian Lynx, Otter, Spanish Imperial Eagle, Golden Eagle, Griffon and Black Vulture, Azure-winged Magpie, Hawfinch, Iberian Green Woodpecker

Full board Price on application


February 2022 By Group Request

The Galapagos of the Atlantic Ocean!
Why did Darwin travel so far?
The Canary Islands have a lot more to offer the birding visitor than you might guess from their reputation as a winter-sun destination. The isolation of this archipelago has given rise to an avifauna that is not found in any other part of the world.
The islands boast over 650 endemic plant species, a handful of unique reptiles, 6 endemic birds, 3 near endemics and a dozen or more endemic subspecies. However, it is not only the species count that makes the islands special, but their huge variety of...
Interesting species: Bolle's and Laurel Pigeons, Tenerife Goldcrest, Blue Chaffinch, Canary Islands Stonechat, Houbara Bustard, Berthelot's Pipit, Canary, African Blue Tit, Plain Swift, Trumpeter Finch, Cream-coloured Courser, Barbary Falcon, Spectacled Warbler...

Full board Price on application


North Africa - MOROCCO

10 - 20 March 2020 WE GOT HOME SAFE and SOUND!
9 - 19 March 2021 BOOKING NOW OPENED!

Superb birdwatching tour to Morocco at the best time of the year. But this holiday goes further than a simple birdwatching tour; the culture and history of the region will amaze you, and the landscape will take your breath away.
Interesting species:Bald Ibis, Tristram´s Warbler, Moussier´s Redstart, Crimson-winged Finch, Red-rumped Wheatear, Thick-billed Lark, Hoopoe Lark, Levaillant´s Woodpecker, Desert Lark, Bar-tailed Desert Lark, Fulvous Babbler, Cream-coloured Courser, Desert Wheatear, Mourning Wheatear, Scrub Warbler, Temminck´s Lark, Shore Lark, Desert Sparrow, Trumpeter Finch, Desert Eagle Owl, Crowned Sandgrouse, Spotted Sandgrouse

Full board Price on application



West of Spain - EXTREMADURA
13 - 20 April 2021 FULLY BOOKED!

A tour to the raptor paradise and steppe birds.
Interesting species: White-rumped Swift, Rufous-bush Robin, Black Stork, Black-shouldered Kite, Monk Vulture, Spanish Imperial Eagle, Bonelli's Eagle, Purple Swamphen, Great Bustard, Little Bustard, Collared Pratincole, Black-bellied and Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, Great Spotted Cuckoo, Eagle Owl, Red-necked Nightjar, and Orphean, Spectacled, Subalpine, Dartford, Savi's Warblers...

Full board Price on application


Spring in GEORGIA
1 - 12 May 2020 POSTPONED until 2021
Early May 2021 Dates to be confirmed

We take you up to the alpine meadows of Kazbegi, filled with flowers and birds. On our way north from the vibrant capital city of Tbilisi, we stop at sheer cliffs and photographic viewpoints with dramatic mountain scenery which can produce superb alpine species. At Kazbegi, set in the heart of the Caucasus Mountains, we search for the ‘Big Five’ and other regional specialities.
Transferring south-west, to Vardzia we visit Queen Tamara‘s ancient cave city. Then visit the lakes of the Javakheti Plateau on our return to Tbilisi. From the capital we take a circular day-trip to the sandy steppe area of David Goreji with its 14th century Monastery and 6th century caves
Interesting species: Caucasian Snowcock, Caucasian Black Grouse, Mountain Chiffchaff, Great Rosefinch, Guldenstadt’s Redstart, Red-fronted Serin, Pied Wheatear, Barred Warbler, Green Warbler, Eastern Imperial Eagle, Black Vulture, Lammergeier, Egyptian Vulture, Griffon Vulture, Alpine Chough, Alpine Accentor, Ring Ouzel, Black Woodpecker, Wallcreeper, Snowfinch, Western Rock Nuthatch, Rose-coloured Starling, White and Dalmatian Pelicans, Collared and Semi-collared Flycatchers, Citrine Wagtail, Corncrake, Ortolan Bunting, Black-headed Bunting, Blue Rock Thrush and Roller

Full board Price on application.


3 June - 10 June 2020 POSTPONED until 2-9 June 2021

This unique and exciting holiday includes much of Spain's best birding as we combine the high Pyrenees with the steppes of central Spain and the lowlands near the Ebro delta. This allows us to target a much wider range of specialities than most other Spanish birding holidays taking us through mountains, plains and wetlands.
Interesting species:Wallcreeper, Lammergeier, Golden Eagle, Red-billed and Alpine Choughs, Citril Finch, Black Woodpecker, Alpine Accentor, Bonelli's Eagle, Little Bustard, Pin-tailed and Black-bellied Sandgrouse, Dupont's Lark, Roller, Bee-eater, Little Owl, Great Spotted Cuckoo, Calandra Lark, Hoopoe, Greater Flamingo, Glossy Ibis, Little Bittern, Audouin's Gull, Collared Pratincole, waders, Squacco and Purple herons, Butterflies and Orchids.

Full board Price on application


Audouin Birding Tours is based in the little mountain village of Freginals, on the edge of the Ebro Delta in Spain. It was established in 2005 by Cristian Jensen Marcet and Iben Hove Sørensen in order to offer their own guiding tours as well as their services as ground agents.

Shena Maskell and Cristian have been working together since 2011 designing, guiding and leading tours for several British, Swiss, Scandinavian, Spanish, American companies and organizations.

The main focus of Audouin Birding Tours is Spain, Morocco, Turkey, Senegal and other bird rich countries. The company also includes local trips to the surroundings areas where is based; the Ebro River, including the huge Ebro Delta and the mountain chains Els Ports and Montsià, but tours are planned throughout the Western Palearctic and Africa. Well-known as well as less visited birding localities in Spain are explored, and suggestions for new destinations are always welcome.

The aim of Audouin Birding Tours is to provide fellow bird watchers with high quality birding experiences. We welcome birders with all levels of ability. Every tour and day excursion will be arranged to suit the experience and general preferences of the participants. We are just as happy to spend a day searching for a single elusive species as we are in enjoying the abundant wildlife of the area. Our Mercedes Vito minibus has large windows which are excellent for birdwatching and allow all participants to enjoy their surroundings. We are able to offer guiding in English, Spanish, Catalan, and Danish. So grab your birding equipment and come out to Spain for some superb birdwatching!

All-inclusive birding,wildlife or photographic trips of varying lengths can be arranged on request, so do not hesitate to contact us if you have special wishes for a birding holiday in Spain, Morocco or Turkey. See the Tour Calendar for trips already planned for the coming season.




Situated 200 km south-west of Barcelona (NE Spain), the Ebro Delta is the most important wetland area on the Spanish Mediterranean coast, and the second largest in all the Iberian Peninsula. It is an extensive, flat marsh area at the mouth of the river Ebro. The delta was formed by sediments transported seawards by the river, making a rich land for agriculture. Today, most of the flooded land is cultivated with rice fields. Despite being dominated by human activities, the delta attracts thousands of birds throughout the year.

The delta contains several big lagoons (the largests in Catalonia) of varying salinity, depth and vegetation types; perfect for providing food for several species of birds.


Els Ports Nature Park


The Ports Nature Park is comprised of the Ports limestone massif; a large mountain chain with beautiful rivers, caves, gorges, and peaks well above 1000 m (Mont Caro at 1 447 m is the highest point). The Ports massif is situated close to the Mediterranean coast where it rises at the far eastern end of the Ebro region 200 km southwest of Barcelona (Catalonia). With its total extension of 60 000 Ha, the mountain chain spreads into no less than three of the Spanish territories (Catalonia, Aragon, and Valencia) and earlier served as a natural borderline. The park covers a wide variety of habitats, and several unusual species of plants, insects, amphibians, reptiles and mammals inhabit this complex limestone kingdom. Offering scenic routes, exciting climbs and waterfalls, as well as spectacular views of rare birds and mammals, the Ports attract hikers, climbers, painters and nature lovers alike – and there is enough space for everyone.





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