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Monday 20 August, mostly sunny, light E-SE wind, 34C: Not much to report after another couple of days with the temperatures in the mid-30s and above. Whilst having breakfast a very tame male Sardinian Warbler flew onto our grapevine, just 1m from the table, and started munching the grapes. This morning I saw both parents taking food into the Red-rumped Swallow nest at Loma de Avedin so it's looking good. A quick stop on the way back from Ronda logged a Southern Grey Shrike and a juvenile Black-eared Wheatear and further on towards Algatocin, a Black Wheatear flew across the road. Plenty of Bee-eater about and a scattering of Common Swift and House Martin. 10 Honey Buzzard N-S over the village at 2030hrs.

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