On top of Monte Calamorro in Benalmádena is a Falconry and Conservation Centre with a variety of birds of prey. While I was waiting for their daily exhibition/display to start, an Osprey decided to drift in and made several dives onto the mountainside for prey. The Osprey was a visitor and not part of the centre.
Residents at the Zoo de Castellar also included a pair of magnificent Griffon Vultures, both of whom had suffered broken wings and were no longer able to fly.
From just a few thousand specimens in 1980, there are now tens of thousands of Griffon Vultures in Spain, inhabiting […]