We will make a pelagic exit * to motor to see birds in migration to the south (east-west). We will have the opportunity to spot yellow seagulls, gannets and shearwaters in migration. In addition, if we are lucky, we will be able to see other seagulls (laughing, black-headed, Sabine), alcas, araos, terns, puffins and negrones. Even pay them, "the macarras of the Sea" that, instead of going directly to fish, are dedicated to harass seagulls and gannets until they release the fish.
In this exit we will be accompanied by the prestigious ornithologist, biologist, and environmental disseminator David Álvarez. David is a PhD in Biology, currently developing his career as a researcher and teacher at the University of Oviedo and previously worked in several national and foreign research centers. In addition, he has participated in several documentaries. Among its study species, marine birds, salmonids and amphibians stand out
* The piélago is the part of the ocean that is on the pelagic zone: the column of water of the ocean that is not on the continental shelf. The organisms that inhabit this area of the ocean are called pelagic.