The Pyrenees and the Lands of Lleida constitute an area of great natural diversity. Together they form a small natural paradise for nature lovers and more specifically for bird watchers. There are few places that can offer visitors such a great variety of species in a space spanning just over two hundred kilometres

To the south, there is a steppe zone where it is possible to observe and enjoy Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, Little Bustards and – with a little more patience and dedication – the Black-bellied Sandgrouse. There are also very interesting wetland zones, such as the The Pyrenees and the Aiguabarreig (river confluence) of the Segre and Cinca: an important breeding area for different species of Ardeics in spring. There is also the area around Utxesa, where it is easy to observe the Marsh Harrier throughout the year.

At Montsec, in the middle mountains, it is possible to see large birds of prey, like the Golden Eagle and the Bearded Vulture, flying overhead, while a little further to the north, at Boumort, the Black Vulture is being reintroduced. To see the Black Woodpecker or the Ptarmigan, however, it is necessary to go as far as the Pyrenees.

To enjoy these species and many others, we offer you a series of ornithological routes that nature lovers and friends of the environment will find very interesting.