Bird song: Booted Eagle

We are lucky enough to welcome a pair of visiting booted eagles to the valley each summer. They are, according to our bird book, an endangered species. We actually refer to them as ‘bootcut’ eagles, after a malapropism by a friend who was thinking about bootcut jeans at the time!

[photo: focusingonwildlife.com]

[photo: focusingonwildlife.com]

To listen to a Booted Eagle, click here for a fantastic recording by http://www.bird-songs.com.
Click here to read about the birdwatching walks by blogger Birdwatch Gaucin. Gaucin is an Andalucian village, about two hours drive away from our valley.

5 to remember
tenemos la suerte – we are lucky enough
cada verano – each summer
un error cometido al confudir un vocabulo con otro similar – a malapropism
los vaqueros – a pair of [denim] jeans
una grabación – a recording

[photo: IberianNature.com]

Listen to the song of these other birds we see in our Spanish valley:-
Jay
Mistle Thrush
Blackbird

And if you’d like to tweet a link to THIS post, here’s my suggested tweet:
An endangered species: the Booted Eagle #Birds in #Spain via @Spanish_Valley http://wp.me/p3dYp6-1eT

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