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Bee-Eater flying by the pool at Casa Rosa. Photo by Chris Barlow.
Golden Oriole male and female. Photo by Tree-Frog Fotos. See her photos at facebook.
Lesser spotted Woodpecker and Red legged Partridge - Casa Rosa, Lagoa 2013 by Paul Lathbury
Azure winged Magpie and Black tailed Godwit-Quinta do Lago and Quinta do Marine January 2013 by Paul Lathbury.
Northern Lapwing-Castro Marim and Ringed Plover-Fuseta January 2013 by Paul Lathbury
Purple Swamphen-Quinta do Lago, Common Stonechat-Quinta do Lago and Greater Flamingos-Castro Marim all January 2013 by Paul Lathbury.
Hoopoe, Little Bittern and Great Bustard. All photos by Diane Jackson March 2012.
Black Winged Kite, Fan Tailed Warbler and Little Bittern. All photos by Chris Barlow April 2010.
Iberian Lizzard. Photo by Chris Barlow April 2010.
Black-winged Stilt. Photo by Manfred Schleuning November 2008.
Little Owl living at Casa Rosa grounds. Photo by Michael Shelton September 2008.
Barn Owl (Tyto alba) nesting in the well up the road from Casa Rosa and Woodchat Shrike ( Lanius senator), taken from the window of Apartment 5.
Photo courtesy of Judith Robinson. May 2008.
Azure Winged Magpie, Casa Rosa grounds April 2008.
Photo courtesy of Jamie MacArthur.
Blackcap on the bistro terrace at Casa Rosa. Courtesy of Eddie Douglas January 2007.
One of the hoopoe who nest ever year in the neighbourhood of Casa Rosa. Courtesy of Eddie Douglas January 2007.
The Little Owls, Kingfisher and Robin photographs were all taken here in Portugal by Ricardo Guerreiro using the digiscope system of photography. Full details of this system of photography and some more very beautiful and stunning photographs of birds and the Portuguese landscape can be found on Ricardo's Web Site
A Chiffchaff feeding in a window box at Casa Rosa.
Some more great Pictures from Ray Wilson taken January 2007.
Southern Emerald Damselfly (Lestes barbarus), taken on the donkey trail
Judith Robinson, May 2008