Thursday 10 August 2017

Hot dry summer.

On many days too hot to be out birding, but nevertheless lucky enough to witness nature's winged gifts during the cooler hours.  Here are a few....
Two fledged Montagu Harriers

Turtle doves in my village

Fledged Bee-eaters 


Booted eagle with feathered victim seen from my terrace

Rock sparrow

Black Kite eating

Serin and Blackcap

Serin and Goldfinch

Whitethroat post bath

Spot the Stone Curlew

If you haven't been able to see the Stone Curlew, with the lovely name of Alcaravan in Spanish, it's just to the left of the big stone with the large white droppings on the right hand side of the photograph...

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