Right on the edge of Puerto Pollensa, the Boquer Valley is often a very good spot to find newlyarrived migrants. The car park is just off the roundabout on the road to Formentor, and to the left of the path leading from the car park are olive groves and an almond orchard frequently visited by Redstarts, flycatchers and a variety of warblers, especially during migration. Further on, near the pines on the left, look for Cirl Buntings and Wrynecks. Next are gates to a private estate – access is allowed, but do not linger on the private property. Beyond them, follow testing but not difficult mountain paths towards the sea, keeping an eye out for Booted Eagles, Black and Griffon Vultures, Peregrines and Ravens, while Blue Rock Thrushes use the many prominent ledges and boulders as perches.