For each species we have created a file containing the basic information presented in a simple and visual way for finding out more and localizing it. As well as the photograph and the song, codes have been added to indicate the habitat where the species is most commonly found, and the approximate degree of difficulty associated with finding it (low, average or high). A brief description of its status is also given and, if necessary, advice for finding it. Finally a map is added showing a selection of the best areas for observing it in the breeding period.

In some cases it is better to find the species in the winter or in areas bordering the province of Lleida; then the map appears blank and the appropriate suggestions are given in the text. Foreseeably, (and more so in the case of birds due to their mobility) the status, distribution and the populations described here will vary in some cases, and that is why we will be very grateful to receive your contributions.






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Main Status:

Summer visitor


Winter visitor

Main Habitat:

Wood land

Steppe species

Scrubland species

Acquatic species
Rock-loving species


Fields and cultivated lands


Little Egret - Egretta garzetta




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    ResidentAcquatic species

    Natural spaces


    Utxesa Reservoir (Natural Wildlife Reserve of Utxesa) Segre - Ebro - Cinca River Confluence Ivars-Vila-sana Pool Lower course of the River Segre ( La Mitjana, El Sot del Fuster, Confluence of the rivers Segre and Noguera Ribagorçana)




    In the Lands of Lleida, this is a non-breeding summer visitor along most river courses, above all along the lower stretches of the River Segre. It breeds sporadically at the Cellers reservoir, there is a small colony at the Utxesa reservoir (>15 pairs) and some 55-88 pairs have been spotted in the last 10 years at the Illa dels Martinets of the Aiguabarreig. It is also fairly common to see single birds in winter.