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There is an immense abundance of flora and fauna in the 75,000 hectares of the Montesinho Natural Park. This provides a peaceful refuge for birds of prey, song, migratory and water birds. Watching and studying them in the most varied and peaceful places is a relaxing feeling.

The habitats range from forests to mountain ranges and allow for the coexistence of more than 100 species, including the Black Stork, the Golden Eagle and the Hoopoe. Some of the fauna species that can be seen (although without guarantees…) are listed here:


  • Black Wheatear
  • Blue Rock Thrush
  • Dartford’s Warbler
  • Golden Eagle
  • Harrier chicken
  • Montagu’s Chicken with Red Stripe
  • Rock bunting
  • Rock thrush
  • Tawny pipit
  • Whitethroat


  • Black-eared wheatear
  • Black redstart
  • Cirl bunting
  • Crested? Cotovia
  • Golden oriole Hoopoe
  • Rouxinol
  • Serin
  • Cotovia de Pernas Curtas
  • Toutinegra Subalpina
  • Cegonha Branca
  • Cegonha Negra


  • Toutinegra De Bonelli
  • Melharuco Crested
  • Goshawk
  • Hobby
  • Pine bunting
  • Short-toed treecreeper


  • Toutinegra de Cetti
  • Dipper
  • Great crested grebe
  • Grey wagtail
  • Heron
  • Rei Pescador
  • Sand martin