Fenicotteri rosa in Valle Baiona

Nelle ultime settimane le escursioni in barca nella Pialassa della Baiona sono caratterizzate dall’osservazione di numerosi gruppi di fenicotteri rosa.

Un gruppo di fenicotteri rosa in Valle Baiona

Durante l’uscita di ieri, fatta in compagnia di birdwatchers provenienti dalla provincia di Pavia, ne abbiamo visti numerosi nella zona denominata “Polalonga“, nella parte Nord  della valle, vicino al chiaro detto “del Comune”.

Petra Turk e Marco Boatier, gentilissimi, mi hanno mandato alcune delle foto scattate durante l’uscita, una di un gruppo di fenicotteri e l’altra di un Cavaliere d’Italia, un’altra delle specie che è frequente avvistare in valle.

un Cavaliere d'Italia

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