Still 21 April 2016 in Extremadura, Spain; after seeing the great spotted cuckoo, booted eagle and other birds. Next, we saw this corn bunting, singing next to a thistle flower.
A woodchat shrike on a pole.
There is the male little owl in an eucalyptus tree. You have to look hard at the picture puzzle style photo to find him.
Then, the female little owl appears from a hole in the wall.
She looks at the sky, to see if there is any threat from a booted eagle or other raptor.
Then, she feeds on the mealworms.
And disappears into the wall again.
Along the road, a red-legged partridge.
We arrive at a nesting colony where hundreds of birds live. Like this cattle egret.
And white storks.
A zitting cisticola sings while flying.
A short-toed snake eagle flies.
A short-toed lark along the road.