Evening walk along the Lucerne Fields.
|Still got some work to do, needs some curtains but I am not good with a needle.|
After having a decent day on the yard redesigning a bookcase friends Jan and Linda had given me, being careful not to aggravate my back any more than I already had I went for a walk along the Lucerne fields, interesting species included the persistant male Little Bustard (Sisón Común / Tetrax tetrax), Montagu's Harrier (Aguilucho Cenizo / Circus pygargus), Turtle Dove (Tórtola Europea / Streptopelia turtur), Woodchat Shrike (Alcaudón Común / Lanius senator), Greater Short-toed Lark (Terrera Común / Calandrella brachydactyla), Nightingale (Ruisenor Común / Luscinia megarhynchos) and European Bee-eater (Abejaruco Común / Merops apiaster).
|Little Bustard (Sisón Común / Tetrax tetrax) the male hiding in some deeper Lucerne.|
During the walk I also saw Western Dappled White (Euchloe crameri) x2, Southern Blue (Polyommatus celina) x1, Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui) x1 and Small Heath (Coenonympha pamphilus) x2.
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