Swifts and long-legged buzzard


17 December 2010.

After the morning in the Oued Souss delta, we continue.

In Sidi Bibi town, little swifts.

In the countryside, over twenty black-bellied sandgrouse flying.

This is a black-bellied sandgrouse video, recorded in Turkey.

We continue to a reservoir. Unfortunately, not many birds. A stonechat sitting on a wire.

As we go back, black-bellied sandgrouse flying again.

A crested lark.

A long-legged buzzard sitting on a field.

A common sandpiper on the concrete bank of a canal.

Two house buntings.

Aourir, M., Znari, M., Radi, M., & Melin, J.-M. (2013). Wild-laid versus captive-laid eggs in the Black-bellied Sandgrouse: Is there any effect on chick productivity? Zoo Biology doi:10.1002/zoo.21095

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