We are pleased to announce that we finally have an app for Lonely Birder! After several months of work by our friend and great professional María Barona, the new app has seen the light. With it, now it will be easier to locate the nearby establishments where to eat and/or sleep during our birding trips
We are pleased to announce a collaboration with Rhino Car Hire who are offering Lonely Birders an exclusive discount on any car rental. Based in the UK, Rhino Car Hire is a leading rental broker and arrange very competitive rates from the leading car hire agents all over the world with extensive coverage in Spain.
We are proud to anounce a new member in the Lonely Birder Approved family, the Hostel Almanzor, located on the north side of the Sierra de Gredos in Avila, central Spain, at an altitude of 1560m asl. and 180 km from Madrid. This is a great option for seeing some of the Iberian montane species
On a recent post we wrote about ConnectBirds, a new social platform for birders. We explain you now how it works! All birders accessing the web, can consult the section EXPLORE (map where all bird observations made by users are located) without being registered previously. Once registered we can see in
Lonely Birder crosses borders and awards Lonely Birder Approved status overseas for the first time to the Jungle Lore Birding Lodge! An idyllic mountain lodge in northwestern India, at the foothills of the Himalayas and fully designed for the traveler birder. Owned by Asian Adventures, one of the most veteran ecotourism companies in India, it is undoubtedly
Would you like to register all your records in a quick, easy way? How many times have you wanted to consult your previous sightings and you haven’t been able to find them in your field notes? How many species of birds have you seen and how many have you still to see? Are you prepared
Atop a small hill in the heart of the Trujillo- Santa Marta de Magasca plains (Extremadura, SW Spain) is Casa Rural Las Canteras, sits this old farmhouse of the late 19th century, fully restored and perfectly refurbished. From here you can see some of the most emblematic species of the area: Great and Little Bustards,