Rarely have we visited anywhere so bereft of wildlife as the Los Cristianos area. No doubt because of all the over-development, there appears to be no place for many birds, plants (other than the cultivated type) and insects. A walk around the harbour, with its fishing boats and general bustle, would normally throw up a good quantity of squawking Gulls, but even they were in very short supply. A couple of juvenile Yellow-legged Gulls flew about the area, but that was all.
There were several Ring-necked Doves (Streptopelia capicola) and Collard Doves (Streptopelia decaocta) around the apartment block. Almost identical, the the Ring-necks have a slightly thicker, black neck band. All are rather partial to sharing your breakfast!