Showing Doñana since 1990


Iberian lynx in the mist

Autumn pictures of Doñana

By José Antonio Sánchez Iglesias

Posted in ,

Below you will find some of the photos we have taken over the last few weeks during our tours to the forests and marshes in the north of the Doñana National Park.

We normally start in the Coto del Rey pine forests where we try to spot our iberian lynx and get it some days. Little colorful birds like the sardinian warbler and stonechat in the photo sing actively around us.

Later in the cork oak forest we often have good sightings of red deer feeding on acorns and get the first views of the marshes, waiting for the rain to flood them. Red kites, kestrels, vultures and occasionally our Spanish Imperial eagle are common sightings as we move across the dry marshes.

In the rice area north of the Park storks, egrets and herons, gulls and waders activity activity increases day by day as harvest progresses.


About José Antonio Sánchez Iglesias

José Antonio Sánchez se licenció en Biología por la Universidad de Sevilla en 1985. Más tarde, durante varios años, se dedicó a organizar y guiar rutas de senderismo y naturaleza ...