This is a Cream-coloured courser video.
From British daily The Independent:
Climate change is sending birds once native to Africa north, to settle in southern Spain, scientists say.
The rosy-breasted trumpeter finch is usually found on barren land between the western Sahara and the Middle East.
But hundreds of breeding pairs have settled happily around Cabo de Gata in Almeria.
Birdspotters recently saw several cream-coloured coursers, which are native to the Sahara desert, in a dry field in southern Spain, among them a pair with a newly-hatched chick.