Sunday, October 27, 2013

Local pallid

Quick look at my local patch (Bet Kama alfalfa) before work this morning was productive. The field has been cut down recently - the pipits and larks enjoyed that. Also more wheatears on the field. This field is a real harrier magnet - this morning a cracking 2cy male Pallid Harrier was flushing the pipit flock back and forth:

One Oriental Skylark was bzzing within the large Eurasian Skylark flock, few Bluethroats and some Quail. Again had a male Caspian Stonechat, this time a paler individual than the one I had there about a week ago: 

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