November. In areas close they are emptying the fields and forests. In the oak forests that are at levels lower but immediate, there is usually a lot of movement, even if it's a good year for acorns. However in juniper wood we can see and hear the thrushs, although only Mistle thrush breeding these sabinares.
But now they receive thousands of Song thrush, Redwing -the most abundant- and Fieldfare. As that year maturation berries of junipers, so shall the period of stay of thrushes. As well Hawfinch and Chaffinches they may appear in a number. Some Ring ouzel also in areas of contact with rock faces. These observations have secured until the February, when these birds undertake way back south.
March it can be an unattractive month as, the altitude at which these lands are summer birds causes they arrive slowly. Nor are nothing rare snowfall late March or April. In the rock walls of Somaén, the Crag martins they will be the first to arrive along with couple Egyptian vulture. The population of vultures the region is fluctuating, but it is always constant presence. The Wood larks are the most common birds in the juniper forest right now and their songs fill every corner.
In April they will arrive the Bonelli's warbler, the Subalpine warbler and the Western orphean warbler, But not forgetting Hoopoes, Eurasian wryneck in wooded areas, Tawny pipit and Black-eared wheatear more open areas or Rufous-tailed rock thrush and Blue rock thrush in the gorges. Booted eagles and Short-toed eagle they show themselves midmorning, and when the sun heats.
If the pond has water Judes, it will depend on the time of year when that happens. If in March-April, we can see some Grey heron and Purple heron, anatidae as Mallards , Garganey or some wader as Green sandpiper , Common redshank. As birds are breeding we only consist of grebes and the Mallards, although there is little information to respect.