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Monday 10 October 2016, Gaucin, sunny, light W-NW wind, 28C

Having written off the 'local' Booted Eagles yesterday, this morning I had one of my best views of the species as a pale morph bird dived from some height into a fig tree, presumably targeting one of the House Sparrows that were messing around in it, just 15m from the house; luckily for the sparrows it came up empty-talloned.

Whilst enjoying a lunchtime beer at the Kabilas restaurant in Benarraba around 13:00hrs we were treated to an juvenile Golden Eagle that flew over then circled for a couple of minutes before drifting off NW; also seen were Common Buzzard and Eurasian Sparrowhawk.

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