The Macaronesian Islands of the Western Atlantic stretch from the Azores south to the remote Cape Verdes, and support a selection of landbird endemics and seabirds colonies. The sun-drenched Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago lying off Morocco, harbor eight regional, endemic and superb pelagic and desert birds. We will visit both the moist, forested slopes of volcanic Tenerife and the arid plains of Fuerteventura. Targets include Laurel and Bolle’s Pigeons, Canary Islands Stonechat, Tenerife Blue Chaffinch, Bulwer’s Petrel, Black-bellied Sandgrouse and Houbara Bustard. These islands offer a pleasant week’s birding with comfortable hotels, fine food, stunning scenery and fascinating endemic birds.