Back to the Axarquia and what can be achieved from home, with or without a garden. Follower Christophe Dez who hails from France and now lives just up the road in Torrox Pueblo has been able to use his terrace/balcony overlooking the town and nearby countryside to capture some lovely shots of the area and wildlife these past few days. The following shots plus a number of others were published on the Facebook site but I know many readers are not followers of that format so Christophe has very kindly permitted me to reprint on this site for your enjoyment and to show what can be accomplished while we are all, at present, trying are best to keep in touch with the birding scene out here.
|Presumably a view over Torrox Pueblo|
|Could these be Booted Eagles Hieraaetus pennatus?|
Thank you Christophe and I look forward to more photos and, perhaps, even a comment on the birds that you see from home.
|Beautiful mouintains above Torrox Pueblo|
|Spotless Starling Sturnus unicolor|
|Always the House Sparrows Passer domesticus in attendance!|
|Male Common Kestrel Falco tinnunculus gliding around the house|
All photographs by Christophe Dez
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