Gibraltar bird migration update


This video about a booted eagle says about itself:

Wild Gibraltar Part 4

8 November 2013

The final instalment of Wild Gibraltar featuring a truly unique spectacle – a bird camera.

Cameras are mounted to the back of birds of prey as they soar over Gibraltar for a genuine ‘birds’ eye’ view.

From the debbiejay Twitter account today:

1/2 8 Griffon Vulture, 15 Bee-eaters, Booted Eagle, Bonelli’s Eagle, Little Bittern, Night Heron, Bonelli’s Warbler #gibraltarbirding

and also:

2/2 Pied & Collar[e]d Flycatcher, Woodchat Shrike, Pallid Swifts, Nightingales, Crested Tits, Purple Swamp Hen, Spotless Starlings #gibraltarbirding

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