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Tuesday 29 March, Camino de Gibraltar, Gaucin, 1600-1730hrs, mostly cloudy, light westerly wind: A single Black Kite constituted the visible migration, strange given the wind direction of the past couple of days. Summer visitors continue to arrive with 2x singing Nightingale and 2x Woodchat Shrike, see photo. Also there were 2 pairs of Cirl Bunting, 2 singing Cetti's Warbler, Serin, Blackcap, Grey Wagtail, Common Kestrel, Griffon Vulture, Sparrowhawk, Sardinian Warbler, Barn Swallow and a pair of Red-billed Chough up by the old convent ruins and Stonechat (including one fully fledged youngster, see photo),

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