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Tuesday 12 June, Gaucin, sunny, 27C, fresh NW wind: A late afternoon stroll (1900-2000hrs) through the mixed woodland on the west side of the Las Pallas valley produced Booted Eagle (pale and dark morph), Common Buzzard, Eurasian Jay, Green Woodpecker, Great-spotted Woodpecker, Eurasian Nuthatch, Chiffchaff sp., Bonelli's Warbler, Blackcap, Sardinian Warbler, two recently-fledged Blue Tit families and Crested Tit. There were also lots of Common Swift, Pallid Swift and House Martin taking advantage of the now still air and abundance of flying insects. Later, seen over the south of the village, an Alpine Swift joined the local Common and Pallids.

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