Sunday, April 03, 2022


Thursday 31st March

It promised to be a better day today after resent downpour, nice blue sky to start with but it quickly clouded up and the breeze picked up sharply and it was cold. 

 Sardinian Warbler

No sigh of the Trumpeter Finch's. Surprise of the day was full summer plumage Common Redstart, wow a very smart bird, Rock Bunting showed briefly, double figures for Sardinian Warbler's, and 4 Sub Alpine Warbler's, one or 2 showed very well but the wrong side of the car for photos, although I did snatch a snap, of one of the other birds, but it was always back on, another bird was singing from inside a bush less than a meter away.

Sub Alpine Warbler

We  found a interesting new route today which will produce a few birds in due course, we're still finding more to exploring in this valley that never ceases to amaze.

All the usual suspects we're there Blue Rock Thrush, Black Wheatear, Griffon Vultures, Kestrel, Raven, Hoopoe, Swallow, Craig Martin, heard only Spectacled Warbler.

Sub Alpine Warbler
from my catalog

Now the weather improves let's see what next week brings.

 Cheer's Bryan

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