In the Sierra de Andújar, one of the natural areas with the greatest biodiversity in Spain and with one of the best preserved examples of Mediterranean forest on the planet, we can enjoy such emblematic species as the Iberian lynx, imperial eagle, golden eagle, black vulture and griffon, along with a great variety of species of mammals and forest birds. It is a hide that is only 10 minutes by car from the rural accommodations in the area, so annoying displacements will be avoided and we will focus on the photography of the extensive fauna.
POSSIBLE SPECIES *:
Royal eagle, imperial eagle, buzzard, love, Iberian lynx (occasional), magpie, long-tailed, lone shrimp, great woodpecker, real woodpecker, black-headed and long-tailed warbler, red partridge, black and griffon vulture, etc.
* None of the species is guaranteed above as they are wild species, although they are common. Some of them are only at certain times of the year.