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Wetlads of La Mancha and Andújar (Iberian Lynx special)

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Travel guide

Do you want to enjoy our Iberian Lynx? December and January is the best time for Iberian Lynx sightings as this feline is in heat, and movements through the observation areas are more common.

Observation is done through long waits in the most appropriate places.

We will also try to see and photograph Otters in the Jándula River.

As it is a 3 days trip, the morning of the first day will visit he best wetlands of La Mancha.. At this time of year, these wetlands are home to a large number of aquatic birds and others Birds living in this environment such as Bluehroat, Common Reed Binting and Water Pipit.

In the afternoon we will arrive at La Sierra de Andújar to make the first wait for the Iberian Lynx. We will dedicate the other two days making waitis to be able to spot this beautiful and scarce Feline.
If we have already seen the Lynx, an early morning we will go to the Jándula River to see otters.

You can see the blog with photos from a previous trip at: Andújar

Climate:​

​Weather is usually pleasant at the time of the year for which the trip is scheduled, although we can also have cold days.

Recommendations:

​It is advisable to wear warm and waterproof clothing. Long waits will be made so a portable chair is also recommended. ​

Difficulty​:

​Low. The trip to the observation places is done in vehicle and there are no long walks.