|Rufous-tailed Rock Thrush Monticola saxatilis in its full glory!|
Apart from a low-flying Honey Buzzard, singing Rock Buntings and Tree Pipits, there wasn't much bird activity. So wildlfowers (as usual) provided additional interest. I was most happy with Lilium carniolicum - a flower that I have only seen in the Alps and which is quite rare on the Karst's grasslands. On Nanos is probably more widespread but today I only found four plants.
|Anthyllis montana var. jacquinii|