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Wednesday 08 July 2015, Gaucin, mostly sunny, light W wind, 38C

Well and truly into Summer now with shade temperatures in the village pushing 40C and the occasional shriek of a Swift punctuating the ceaseless chorus of the Cicadas.  Interestingly, at least one Booted Eagle is still displaying. Other than that there are a handful of European Bee-eater around to the south of the village most days, early morning and late afternoon, and a few disinterested Griffon Vulture drifting about. Swifts are giving some wonderful evening displays, too. Some Common and Pallid  Swift photos from the last couple of days:


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