Wednesday 21 August 2013

Gallicus again and again

Here we are again with Short-toed Eagle! I'm sorry to bore you with this species, but this seems to be the only thing that flies over wind-swept karstic grasslands these days (4 birds seen today). And it's also one of the few decent things on the bird front. Well, actually a pair of Black Storks this afternoon was also very much appreciated.
The first migrant Whinchats have appeared in the fields, but I'm still waiting to see autumn's first Sylvias, flycatchers and warblers.
Migration fever is here... stay tuned!