Grey Wagtail / Lavandera cascadeña
Maximum size: 20 cm
They can be seen next to fresh-water lagoons, riverbeds, mountain rivers
and irrigation canals.
They feed on insects. Their back is grey-coloured with some yellow
speckle near the tail, which tells them apart from the Yellow Wagtails
that have a greenish back and dark legs.
They can be seen near croplands. It is customary to find them in the
same space as the White wagtail.
They winter in the south of the Iberian Peninsula.