There is a special place in western Spain, called Extremadura - which keeps a fabulous natural treasure. Under a fairly barren guise, the Llanos de Cáceres plains found here, hide an amazing diversity of wildlife which has been expertly showcased in this extended (Spanish language) version of a short film made by the talented chaps at 1080 Lineas producciones.
The Extremadura region is an exceptional shelter for birds and has recently become one of the most important areas for protection and birdwatching in southern Europe. Birds such as the majestic and always cautious bustard, one of the heaviest flying birds - with few inhabiting the Iberian Peninsula - are found here in this friendly environment where they can feed and reproduce under extensive crops and pastures. And each winter, the area becomes a favourite refuge of large numbers of migrants - home to both stable and temporary birds - who adore the natural shallow ponds which are dotted around the plains.
Anyway, we won't spoil it - just sit back and enjoy the film.