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Sunday 23 March 2014, Gaucin, sunny, light W-NW wind, 20C

A much better day than yesterday but, although seemingly ideal for raptor passage over the village, there was nothing to be seen. There was, however, a pale morph Booted Eagle over the centre of the village at 1200hrs and 3 Short-toed Eagle together at 1300hrs; also Blue Rock Thrush and Sardinian Warbler in full song below Gaucin castle.

A few butterflies around including these two....

Spanish Festoon

Wall Brown

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