steppes

While collaborating with the Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia Consortium, which studies and monitors endangered steppe-land birds and their habitat, I had the chance to film and edit this short video that explains how Pin-tailed Sandgrouse are captured, handled and GPS-tagged at night...
While collaborating with the Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia Consortium, which studies and monitors endangered steppe-land birds and their habitat, I had the chance to film and edit this short video that explains how Pin-tailed Sandgrouse are captured, handled and GPS-tagged at night...
30 Sep 2019

Video: Pin-tailed Sandgrouse tagging with GPS transmitter

While collaborating with the Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia Consortium, which studies and monitors endangered steppe-land birds and their habitat,…

Open country is lark country. Leaving aside the most densely forested regions and strict wetlands, the Alaudidae family is likely to have some representatives pretty much everywhere. Usually, though, the best places to look for larks are also home to other birds, more "spectacular" and colourful birds, that understandably take much of birder's attention.
Open country is lark country. Leaving aside the most densely forested regions and strict wetlands, the Alaudidae family is likely to have some representatives pretty much everywhere. Usually, though, the best places to look for larks are also home to other birds, more "spectacular" and colourful birds, that understandably take much of birder's attention.
01 Aug 2018

Lark Land

Open country is lark country. Leaving aside the most densely forested regions and strict wetlands, the Alaudidae family is likely…

Working in the field provides always interesting encounters with winged creatures. This week was no exception, and the flatlands were the perfect setting to witness some intense scenes. Birds trace their own path in the invisible road of the air. They go wherever they want to go, and they do it in different ways depending on their abilities and way of life. But they are not attached to the ground as we are.
Working in the field provides always interesting encounters with winged creatures. This week was no exception, and the flatlands were the perfect setting to witness some intense scenes. Birds trace their own path in the invisible road of the air. They go wherever they want to go, and they do it in different ways depending on their abilities and way of life. But they are not attached to the ground as we are.
13 May 2018

Born to fly

Working in the field provides always interesting encounters with winged creatures. This week was no exception, and the flatlands were…