In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Morocco was a very popular spring destination for North European birdwatchers. In recent years, its popularity has been eclipsed somewhat by that of Israel. While the two have many species in common, Morocco holds a good number that Israel does not, some of which are Northwest African endemics and others isolated populations of sub-Saharan species. Perhaps surpri


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