The Sistéma Ibérica, lying largely in the Aragonese province of Teruel, is Spain’s least known upland area. Habitats range from high pastures, forests and gorges to steppes and wetlands.

Jeremy Brock, who has lived in and visited there for over 40 years, will describe the area and its birds which include species as diverse as Dupont’s lark, gull-billed tern, great bustard, citril finch and black-bellied sandgrouse.

Add to this stunning unspoilt scenery and a rich cultural heritage, the Sistém Ibérica is an ideal area for an off-the-beaten track birding trip.

Date/Time
Date(s) - 20/08/2017
12:30 pm - 12:50 pm

Location
Lecture Marquee 3