In the fall of 2019 we spent two weeks in Andalucía. After having taken in the cultural highlights of Córdoba and Sevilla we travelled West to the Doñana, at the mouth of the Guadalquivir river. We spent a few days there in the mostly dried out wetlands. One of the reasons there is no water is because of the at least partially illegal water consumption of the agricultural industry. Remember when you look at strawberries from Spain in a supermarket in spring.
We could not resist to drive down to Tarifa at the Strait of Gibraltar for two nights to observe the migration of raptors. The vultures we saw do not migrate, though. They live on some rocks behind the Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia close to Tarifa.