SE-7. Along the River Huéznar



  • Almost totally sign-posted. Coincides with the GR-48 trekking path and several footpaths.
  • Binoculars.
  • Riverside woodland
  • River
  • Meadows
  • Dehesas and patches of scrub
  • All year.
  • Any, though summers can be crowded, especially at weekends, so it’s best to start early.
The River Huéznar, the Sierra’s most famed river, zealously protects its cold bubbling waters from the ravages of the sun under a shady fringe of riparian trees, home to two species very scarce in the province, Firecrest and Iberian Chiffchaff. Other denizens are Blackcap, Robin, Cirl Bunting, Hawfinch, Melodious Warbler, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker and Booted Eagle. Siskin and Bullfinch move in in winter. Fishlife includes Trout, Cachuelo and Colmilleja;  notable bushes are Black Elder and Hazel, while dragonflies include an important population of the rare Western Demoiselle. More information in the book Birding and Nature Trails in Sierra Morena Sevillana.
 

Text and images: Rafael Romero Porrino


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