Birding around Celorio
This route aims to learn about the birds who live around Celorio de Onis, a little village belonging to Cangas de Onis’ council. This place embraces the junction of the Güeña and Covadonga Rivers which flows from here as Güeña River into the Sella River, a few kilometers further.
A peaceful and charming walk along the Güeña riverside might allow us to observe some of the common birds in this area: green woodpecker, great spotted woodpecker and eurasian nuthatch are regular visitors of these river banks. It is a solid ground trail with a very gentle slope.
The route is short, around two hours long, depending on the amount and variety of birds we find. We don’t rush, stopping whenever necessary to clear up some doubts or to watch and listen to our winged friends.
Comfortable shoes are highly recommended but mountain or tech footwear is not mandatory (the path is flat and with a really low level of difficulty). A pair of boots or sport shoes with good soles will always help you to prevent a slip though.
We can not assure you 100% of the presence of all the birds we are supposed to watch. But in order to accomplish our aim, we kindly ask you to avoid any kind of disturbance for our winged friends. We would also be extremely grateful if you would follow our instructions.
You have up to four opportunities per day to walk with us: twice in the morning and twice in the afternoon.
We depend on the weather: in the case of a rainy day we would change the walk to another day (hopefully a sunny one!) or you could Build a nest box with us!
All participants will be covered by Public Liability and accident insurance.
When? Everyday | Start time: 09:00 / 12:00 / 16:00 / 19:00.
For how long? 2 hours approx.
How much? Adults, 10€ | Children from 6 to 12, 8 € | Children under 6, FREE.
To whom is it offered? To the general public.
What to bring? Water, comfortable clothes, appropriate shoes, hat/cap, sun cream, binoculars (not mandatory; if you don’t have them, we will provide you with a pair!!)
Places: Maximum 10.
Where? 4 km far from Cangas de Onís, on the road to Panes (AS 114), in front of the entrance of the camping Covadonga, in Soto de Cangas. (In case of doubt, please check the map)