Today, feeling nice and warm in the sun but once again chilly in the fresh northerly wind, there was a hint of Spring migration with 3 Black Kite over El Peso at 1300hrs and 2 Black Stork over the village at 1445hrs. Along the Camino de Gibraltar this morning there were still at least 5 Black Redstart, also 2 Meadow Pipit in the field below the convent ruins and a Firecrest in the oaks. Down beside the Arroyo de Las Pallas there were lots of Large Tortoiseshell butterflies.
An addition to Friday 20 February....2 Mistle Thrush seen in the El Peso area to the north of El Hacho.
|The Almond blossom is looking good at the moment|
|Common Raven displaying over Camino de Avedin|
|View from El Peso towards Sierra de Libar|
|View from El Peso towards Salitre|
|Large Tortoiseshell on Cork Oak|
|Arroyo de Las Pallas|