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Thursday, 26 April 2012

Back in circulation

Back in ole blighty after a couple of weeks beach holidaying with the family in Fueterventura. Although not a birding break I managed a respectable 33 species without going far from our base in Corralejo. Some notables include this spectacled warbler, bee-eater, white and yellow wagtails and a massive visible migration of hirundines through the Island for just one day on the 18th April. Plenty of waders too. Looking to post a full trip report in due course.

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