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Tuesday 17 June 2014, Gaucin, sunny, light-fresh SE wind, 27C

I'm happy to report that the Sierra Crestellina Bonelli's Eagle chick is alive and well and looking close to fledging. A stop at the roadside opposite the west slope of El Hacho from 1800-1900hrs produced, as well as a plague of tiny biting flies, Griffon Vulture, Short-toed Eagle, Booted Eagle, Peregrine, Crag Martin, Thekla/Crested Lark, Stonechat, Corn Bunting, Sardinian Warbler and Melodious Warbler.

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