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I took this shot of Red Crossbill in Valencia, Spain.


Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) is a bird species that can be found in Valencia, Spain. Valencia is located on the eastern coast of Spain and is known for its diverse habitats, including forests, wetlands, and coastal areas, which provide suitable habitats for the Red Crossbill.


The Red Crossbill is a distinctive bird, with a large, curved beak that crosses over at the tip. It is usually found in coniferous forests, where it feeds on the seeds of pine cones. The species is known for its ability to extract seeds from closed cones using its specialized beak.


In Valencia, the Red Crossbill can be found in the forests of the Sierra Calderona Natural Park and other forested areas in the region. Birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts can often spot these birds perched on tree branches, or flying overhead in small flocks.


It's important to note that while the Red Crossbill can be found in Valencia, it is not unique to this region and can be found in other parts of Europe and North America as well.


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Red Crossbill

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