El Hondo fields – Paul and Greta

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Not a very bright Sunday morning but at least it’s not raining this week. This morning at the pallet road; Red-legged Partridge, Little Owl, Serin, a large flock of Flamingo flying in formation, and a Greenfinch.

Moving on to the monastery road we saw Bee-eaters preening themselves after a long flight. There were also two Great Tit feeding on the tobacco plants.

Just after the second bridge at the parallel road, a pair of Buzzard were on the ground feeding, also there, two Booted Eagle one light and one dark phase, several Kestrel and Iberian Grey Shrike were around. At the end of the PFT a Great Spotted Cuckoo made an appearance and there were more Red-legged Partridge.