21 December 2010.
Near the road, not far from the village, scores of lesser short-toed larks come to drink.
A bit further: male and female red-rumped wheatears.
This video, recorded in Morocco, is called Red-rumped wheatear Oenanthe moesta.
A small yellowish scorpion under a rock.
About ten dromedaries pass. A gerbil.
Then, Temminck’s larks looking for food.
Two long-legged buzzards flying around.
Fifteen black-bellied sandgrouse.
Late in the afternoon, close to the buildings of Boulmane de Dades: red-rumped wheatear; lesser short-toed larks; and crested larks.