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Index A Admiral, Canary Red ...........................................204 —, (European) Red................................................204 Argus, Southern Brown.......................................202 B Barbastelle ............................................................161 Bat, Canary Big-eared..........................................160 —, European Free-tailed......................................159 —, Grey Long-eared..............................................160 —, Leisler’s .............................................................161 Bee-eater, European ............................................... 97 Bittern, Little ........................................................... 46 Black-tip, Greenish ..............................................198 Blackbird, Common ............................................106 Blackcap ................................................................118 Blue, African Grass...............................................200 —, Austaut’s ...........................................................200 —, Canary ..............................................................200 —, Common Zebra ................................................202 —, Desert Babul ....................................................200 —, Lang’s Short-tailed..........................................202 —, Long-tailed ......................................................202 Bluetail, Sahara .....................................................184 —, Small .................................................................184 —, Tropical ............................................................184 Brimstone, Canary ...............................................196 —, Madeira ............................................................196 Bronze, Geranium ................................................194 Brown, Meadow ....................................................206 Bulbul, Red-vented ..............................................100 Bunting, Corn .......................................................130 Bustard, (African) Houbara .................................. 76 Buzzard, Common (Eurasian) ............................. 78 C Canary, Atlantic ....................................................132 Cardinal ...............................................................193 Cascader, Ringed ..................................................183 Chaffinch, Common ............................................134 —, Gran Canaria Blue..........................................137 —, Tenerife Blue....................................................136 Chiffchaff, Canary Islands...................................116 —, Common ..........................................................116 Chough, Red-billed ..............................................112 Collared-dove, Eurasian ....................................... 92 Coot, Common ....................................................... 51 Copper, Small ........................................................202 Courser, Cream-coloured ..................................... 72 Cuckoo, Common .................................................. 98 Curlew, Eurasian .................................................... 71 —, Stone .................................................................... 72 D Darter, Island ........................................................190 —, Red-veined .......................................................190 Diadem ..................................................................210 Dolphin, Atlantic Spotted...................................151 —, Bottle-nosed ....................................................148 —, Fraser’s .............................................................151 —, Risso’s ...............................................................148 —, Rough-toothed ...............................................148 —, Short-beaked Common .................................150 —, Striped ..............................................................150 Dove, Barbary ......................................................... 92 —, Eurasian Collared- ........................................... 92 —, Laughing ............................................................ 94 —, Rock .................................................................... 92 —, European Turtle- .............................................. 94 Dropwing, Red-veined ........................................190 —, Violet ................................................................189 Duck, Mandarin ..................................................... 54 —, Marbled .............................................................. 52 —, Tufted .................................................................. 56 Dunlin ...................................................................... 63 E Egret, Cattle ............................................................. 49 —, Little .................................................................... 49 Emperor, Blue .......................................................186 —, Lesser ................................................................186 —, Vagrant .............................................................186 F Falcon, Barbary ...................................................... 83 —, Eleonora’s ........................................................... 83 Finch, Trumpeter .................................................138 Firecrest, Madeira ................................................114 Flycatcher, Pied .....................................................109 —, Spotted .............................................................109 Fritillary, Queen of Spain....................................193 Frog, Iberian Water................................................182 —, Mediterranean Tree..........................................182 —, Perez’s ...............................................................182 —, Stripeless Tree..................................................182 G Gannet, Northern ................................................... 44 This index covers the common (English) names of all the birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies and dragonflies included in this book . Bold text and figures refer to the main species accounts . Regular text is used for alternative names . Italicized names and regular figures indicate species that are believed to be extinct . Italicized numbers indicate other pages on which a photograph appears . 222 Gecko, Boettger’s Wall .........................................176 —, Common Wall...................................................177 —, East Canary......................................................178 —, Gomera Wall....................................................178 —, Moorish ............................................................177 —, Tenerife (Wall) .................................................176 —, Turkish .............................................................177 Godwit, Bar-tailed ................................................. 70 —, Black-tailed ....................................................... 70 Goldcrest (see Tenerife Kinglet)...........................114 Goldfinch, European ...........................................138 Grayling, El Hierro ..............................................208 —, Gomera .............................................................208 —, Gran Canaria ...........................................206, 209 —, La Palma ...........................................................208 —, Madeira ............................................................209 —, Tenerife ............................................................209 Greenfinch, European .........................................132 Greenshank ............................................................. 64 Gull, Black-headed ...........................................31, 32 —, Lesser Black-backed ...................................31, 32 —, Yellow-legged ..............................................31, 32 H Harrier, Marsh ........................................................ 80 —, Montagu’s ........................................................... 80 Hedgehog, Algerian .............................................157 Heron, Black-crowned Night- ............................. 47 —, Grey ..................................................................... 48 —, Purple ................................................................. 48 Hoopoe, Common ................................................. 97 Houbara, (African) ................................................. 76 I Ibis, Sacred .............................................................. 50 K Kestrel, Common ................................................... 82 Kinglet, Tenerife ...................................................114 Kingsnake, Common ...........................................164 Kite, Black ................................................................ 79 Knot, (Red) .............................................................. 68 L Lady, American Painted.......................................205 —, Painted .............................................................205 Lapwing, Northern ................................................ 58 Lark, Lesser Short-toed........................................127 —, Short-toed ........................................................127 Linnet, Common ..................................................131 Lizard, Atlantic .....................................................166 —, Boettger’s..........................................................167 —, Gran Canaria Giant........................................173 —, Haria...................................................................166 —, Hierro Giant.....................................................171 —, La Gomera Giant.............................................170 —, La Palma Giant................................................. 170 —, Lehr’s..................................................................167 —, Madeira.............................................................165 —, Tenerife Speckled............................................172 —, Western Canaries............................................168 M Mallard .................................................................... 52 Martin, (Northern) House .................................... 86 —, Sand .................................................................... 86 Migrant, African ..................................................196 Monarch ................................................................210 Moorhen, Common ............................................... 51 Mouflon .................................................................158 Mouse, House ........................................................154 N Night-heron, Black-crowned ............................... 47 Noctule, Madeira Lesser......................................161 O Oriole, Golden ......................................................101 Osprey ...................................................................... 79 Ouzel, Ring ............................................................106 Owl, Barn ................................................................. 84 —, Long-eared ......................................................... 85 P Parakeet, Monk ....................................................... 95 —, Ring-necked ...................................................... 95 Partridge, Barbary ................................................. 74 —, Red-legged ......................................................... 74 Petrel, Bulwer’s ....................................................... 38 —, Desertas .............................................................. 36 —, Zino’s ................................................................... 36 Pigeon, Bolle’s ......................................................... 90 —, Laurel .................................................................. 90 —, Trocaz ................................................................. 90 Pipistrelle, Atlantic Islands.................................162 —, Kuhl’s ................................................................163 —, Savi’s ..................................................................163 Pipit, Berthelot’s ...................................................124 —, Meadow ............................................................125 —, Red-throated ...................................................124 —, Tawny ................................................................126 —, Tree ...................................................................125 Plover, Grey ............................................................. 58 —, Kentish ............................................................... 60 —, Little Ringed ...................................................... 61 —, Ringed ................................................................ 61 Pochard, Common ................................................. 56 Q Quail, Common ...................................................... 74 R Rabbit, European .................................................153 Rat, Black ...............................................................156 —, Brown ...............................................................156 Raven, Common ...................................................113 Redshank, Common .............................................. 64 —, Spotted ............................................................... 64 Redstart, Black ......................................................102 —, Common ..........................................................102 Redwing ................................................................106 Robin, European ..................................................108 Ruff ........................................................................... 68 223 INDEX S Sanderling ............................................................... 62 Sandgrouse, Black-bellied .................................... 72 Sandpiper, Common .............................................. 66 —, Curlew ................................................................ 63 —, Green .................................................................. 66 —, Wood ................................................................... 66 Scarlet, Broad ........................................................190 Seal, Mediterranean Monk..................................152 Serin, European ....................................................132 Shearwater, Cory’s ................................................. 42 —, Macaronesian .................................................... 42 —, Manx ................................................................... 42 Sheep, Barbary ......................................................158 Shelduck, Ruddy ..................................................... 56 Shoveler, Northern ................................................. 52 Shrew, Canarian ...................................................155 —, Etruscan Pygmy White-toothed.....................154 —, Greater White-toothed ..................................155 —, Pygmy White-toothed....................................154 Shrike, Great Grey .................................................. 98 —, Woodchat ........................................................... 98 Skimmer, Epaulet .................................................188 —, Globe ................................................................189 —, Long ..................................................................188 Skink, Eastern Canary..........................................175 —, Gran Canaria ...................................................175 —, Smooth .............................................................174 —, West Canary.....................................................174 Skipper, Canary ....................................................192 Skua, Great .............................................................. 44 Skylark, Eurasian .................................................126 Snake, Brahminy Blind........................................164 Snipe, Common ...................................................... 69 Sparrow...

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