Birding morning

At six o’clock at the harbour, there were two Slender-billed gull and an oystercatcher, two birds pretty rare for my zone.
At ten I went to the hill to wait for raptor migration.
At the beginning a little flock of seven Red-footed falcons.
At 11.30 a.m. I saw a dramatic Honey-buzzard migration with al least one hundred birds flying over my head direction north (even common buzzard and marsh harrier)
What a good day today.

P.S. Evening update: OSPREY!!!



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