List for May 2011

This wasn’t my visit but a vist made by friends in May 2011 so gives a taster of what could be seen in a May visit

  1. Little Grebe
  2. European Shag
  3. Black Crowned Night Heron
  4. Squacco Heron
  5. Cattle Egret
  6. Little egret
  7. Great Egret
  8. Grey Heron
  9. Purple Heron
  10. Glossy Ibis
  11. Mallard
  12. Garganey
  13. Northern Shoveler
  14. Ferruginous Duck
  15. European Honey Buzzard
  16. Western Marsh Harrier
  17. Common Buzzard
  18. Lesser Kestrel
  19. Common Kestrel
  20. Red Footed Falcon
  21. Elenoras Falcon
  22. Peregrine Falcon
  23. Chukar
  24. Black Francolin
  25. Baillons Crake
  26. Common Moorhen
  27. Eurassian Coot
  28. Collard Pratincole
  29. Spur Winged Lapwing
  30. Temmincks Stint
  31. Green Sandpiper
  32. Wood Sandpiper
  33. Yellow Legged Gull
  34. Whiskered Tern
  35. Common Woodpigeon
  36. Eurasian Collard Dove
  37. Eurasian Turtle Dove
  38. Great Spotted Cuckoo
  39. Common Cuckoo
  40. Little Owl
  41. Common Swift
  42. Pallid Swift
  43. Alpine Swift
  44. European Bee Eater
  45. European Roller
  46. European Hoopoe
  47. Greater Short Toed Lark
  48. Crested Lark
  49. Sand Martin
  50. Barn Swallow
  51. Red Rumped Swallow
  52. Common House Martin
  53. Yellow Wagtail
  54. Blue Headed Wagtail
  55. Grey Headed Wagtail
  56. Black Headed Wagtail
  57. Common Nightingale [Heard]
  58. Whinchat
  59. Cyprus Weatear
  60. Blue Rock Thrush [Probable]
  61. Cettis warbler
  62. Zitting Cisticola
  63. Sedge Warbler
  64. Eastern Olivaceous Warbler
  65. Sardinian Warbler
  66. Cyprus Warbler
  67. Lesser Whitethroat
  68. Common Whitethroat
  69. Wood Warbler
  70. Common Chiffchaff [Heard]
  71. Spotted Flycatcher
  72. Coal Tit
  73. Great Tit
  74. Eurasian Golden Oriole
  75. Red Backed Shrike
  76. Woodchat Shrike
  77. Masked Shrike
  78. Eurasian Jay
  79. Eurasian Magpie
  80. Western Jackdaw
  81. Hooded Crow
  82. House Sparrow
  83. Spanish Sparrow
  84. Common Chaffinch
  85. European Greenfinch
  86. European Goldfinch
  87. Common Linnet
  88. Red Crossbill
  89. Black Headed Bunting
  90. Corn Bunting
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