The day started out overcast and then we had some light rain. The sun tried to come out, failed and then the rain came down hard. Not ideal conditions but still I had a productive day.
This Pallid Harrier male stayed on the deck as he had caught and was devouring a bird. It allowed me to get close enough for a reasonable image
This Pallid Harrier female was also quite obliging and allowed me within range. Check out the talons
Lesser Short-toed Lark. An uncommon winter visitor and passage migrant
A female White-throated Robin sitting low in a bush to escape from the rain
I have been shown another pair of Lilith Owls. This one is also a bit wet from sitting outside during the rain
When the wind and rain finally got too hard it took cover in the lee of this overhanging rock
The Barn Swallows were feeding on flies between short time-outs on the ground
In amongst the swallows there were a few Sand Martins
This male Pied Wheatear posed nicely and obliged by fanning its tail for me to take a shot.