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The glossy ibis, no longer a rarity in the Algarve

Just 10 years ago, birdwatchers in the Algarve would have glossy ibis on their tick-off lists as a rare sight, however, fast forward to...

The grand fish catcher

The autumn migration is well underway and as I sit writing this article, a pair of squacco herons fly over to land at a...
Female fiddler crab

Fiddler crabs

Whilst returning to the car after an amazing morning photographing greater flamingos at sunrise (available on my website), I overheard another visitor to Ludo...

The guardians of the river

I have recently published some photographs of a juvenile male Common kingfisher and have been inundated with requests for information on where to view...

A touch of exotic: common waxbills

Due to its close proximity to Africa, Portugal has several exotic species that you wouldn’t expect to see in Europe and the common waxbill...

Mantises of Portugal

The mantis, an insect having over 2,400 different species, is often seen although only two species are commonly found in Portugal. They are often...

Busy springtime

Springtime is in full swing and many bird species are already in action, with some already raising young. First, I want to introduce “Bluey and...

Close encounters of the otter kind

The Eurasian otter is often overlooked as a species in the Algarve due to their shy nature and of course their mainly nocturnal habits....

What is lurking, waiting, watching?

The bees are active in the spring warmth, but what is lurking, waiting, watching? Every day the weather seems to be improving and the...

The stonechat: one of our most widespread residents

It’s great to be writing for the Resident again in 2019 and this year I hope to bring you not only exciting news of...