Monday, 15 September 2014

In the Fig Tree, Realenga de Agicampe, Granada Province.

Some passage through the garden.

Whilst relaxing on the terrace after a nice birthday lunch I noticed a small number of warblers moving along the barranco and through the Fig tree where they lingered to feed for a while. There were a couple of very plain looking Garden Warblers (Curruca Mosquitera / Sylvia borin), an immature Common Whitethroat (Curruca Zarcera / Sylvia communis), a female Orphean (Curruca Mirlano / Sylvia hortensis), a couple of Willow Warblers (Mosquitero Musical / Phylloscopus trochillus) and down in the barranco a single Cetti's Warbler (Ruisenor Bastardo / Cettia cetti). In the air we had a couple of Black Kites (Milano Negro / Milvus migrans), Common Buzzard (Busardo Ratonero / Buteo buteo), Sparrowhawk (Gavilán Común / Accipiter nisus) and a latish Pallid Swift (Vencejo Pálido /Apus pallidus).

Photographs: Garden Warbler (Curruca Mosquitera / Sylvia borin).

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