Birds in Terceira Island

In the middle of the Atlantic, at an almost equal distance between America and Europe, this verdant island is visited by birds lost from its routes, coming from both continents. The island’s coastline and adjacent islets are important habitats for some species of seabirds among the most important in Europe, which travel to the Azores every year to nest or rest.

Azorean Quail
Blackbird
Azorean Woodpigeon
Azorean Warbler
Ferfolha
Azorean Starling
Azorean Finch
Ring-necked Sandpiper
Woodcock
Water Hen
Common Snipe
Rock Pigeon
Vinagreira
Canário-da-terra
Yellow-legged Gull
Cagarro
Common Garter
Pink hawk