Lesvos - 2004 Photo Album - Part I
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Bee Eaters were showing exceptionally well this year by the East river Ford:
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To add even more colour, the Black-headed Buntings had returned earlier than usual
Lesser Grey Shrike
With Rollers also passing through in small numbers
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A Chukar watches the world go by...
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Cinereous Bunting, one of the island's star birds
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Creczschmar's  Bunting singing  everywhere in the hillsides
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While a Cirl Bunting demands a refund from Interflora
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Good numbers of migrating Flycatchers, including this male Collared, here alongside
a more common Goldfinch
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House Martins busy nest-building
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A Hooded Crow drops in for a drink
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Migrating Swallows in large numbers
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Singing Orphean Warbler, the "poor man's Nightingale"
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Migrating Red-throated Pipits pose in the picturesque flower meadows
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Purple Heron doing the same
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Temminck's Stint quietly resting in the shallows
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The Yellow-legged Gulls are less retiring and discreet
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Little Ringed Plovers not showing much discretion either
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Glossy Ibis coming in to land
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And Greater Flamingo too
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Stone Curlew resting in the meadows....
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