After 20 April 2019, we were still on Tilos island in Greece. The photo shows the path to Skafi beach on the north coast. We walked there; not all the way to the coast, as there was much too see underway.
Again, many painted lady butterflies; on their spring migration?
Then, a different butterfly: a red admiral.
A bit further, a collared flycatcher on a tree.
This is a collared flycatcher video from Sweden.
On a wall, the most common of the five lizard species of Tilos: a snake-eyed lizard.
A male red-footed falcon flies past.
Then. on a rock, the biggest Tilos lizard species: a sling-tailed agama.
This 28 April 2018 video is called Sling Tailed Agama – (Stellagama stellio) – Κουρκουτάς – Cyprus.
As we walk back, a male golden oriole flying.
Barn swallows flying.
So does a kestrel.
We approach a cypress tree near the ruin of an old farmhouse.
Only some of its walls are still standing.
Between the ruined walls, these holy orchids grow.