The following photos give an idea of the diversity of the avifauna in this varied habitat.
On our very first visit we were pleased and surprised to find a flock of forty eight Flamingoes...
|The ubiquitous Sardinian Warbler.|
|Black Eared Wheatear|
Stone Curlews are invariably present in the arable fields...although sometimes very difficult to pick out due to their ability to melt into their background. This one was more obvious....
Serins are often found in the pine trees and are difficult to photograph but this one was more obliging and posed on a fence....shame he held his foot up!
Most of the Heron family can be seen in the area...here is an overflying Purple Heron
and a fishing Great White Egret
|I'm no raptor expert but just look at that neck collar!|
To be continued.