Another unique ZOOTHERA tour will see us enjoying the best of the Mediterranean's Spring migration magic as we visit the Balearic Islands of Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Cabrera. We'll be visiting these beautiful islands during the Spring migration period, enjoying the fantastic weather, scenery and food that the region is famous for. We begin on the seldom-visited (in birding terms) island of Ibiza where we will visit a variety of coastal areas on our migrant quest, as well as hopping on a ferry to the smallest of the Balearic islands - Formentera. We will be searching for Balearic Warbler, Audouin's Gull and Eleonora's Falcon, as well as a long list of northbound migrants. Our base for these first 4 nights will be the delightful Villa Rosa, which is conveniently located to get the best from this beautiful island. Moving on to the classic birding destination of Mallorca via a short domestic flight we will visit the main sites of S'Albufera National Park, Formentor Peninsula and Cuber Reservoir, as well as visiting Spains answer to Fair Isle - the island of Cabrera. Our base will be a quaint, traditional hotel allowing easy access to all of the main birding sites, with excellent food and it will be pretty hard to leave! Our aim is to keep this as relaxed as possibile, with options for relaxing at the hotel, combined with gentle walks and plenty of time to actually watch birds without racing around. It's going to be a great, fun time in the sun! Amongst some superb possibilities we will be searching for Balearic Woodchat Shrike, Balearic Spotted Flycatcher, Balearic Crossbill, Moustached, Balearic and Moltoni's Warblers, crakes, shearwaters, warblers, and more!