Birds in Cabrera you’ll be able to see on your trip
The Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park offers a wide variety of species of land and sea animals.
Among the different land species, we feel obliged to talk about the birds that live there and the countless others that make a stop over there during the migration period.
There are many birds to be found on your trip to Cabrera, which is why we would like to let you know about some of them so you keep them in mind when you visit the island.
The yellow-legged gull, Audouin’s gull, Cory’s shearwater, Mediterranean shag, storm petrel and the Balearic shearwater are some of the sea birds you can see here, some of which are critically endangered.
Birds of prey
Out of the various birds of prey we can see in Cabrera we would like to highlight the common kestrel, the peregrine falcon, Eleanor’s falcon as well as the ospreys.
There are many other birds to be found on the interior of the island of Cabrera and among them we can’t forget the carduelis, serins, passeriformes, fringillas, European greenfinches, Eurasian siskin, Marmora’s warbler and the Blue rock thrush.