A good deal of rain had fallen during early spring and wild flowers covered every square meter of the uncultivated land. Seasonal
pools were full but despite the promise of a great birding trip it did not fully materialize as we had to work hard to find some of the
annual migrants that usually grace the pools and flower meadows; several species that were normally present did not turn up at all
during our stay.
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We had 15 glorious days of fun, laughter and, of course, some excellent birding. The weather was very kind to us as we had no rain, only very light showers and one late afternoon downpour. There are a whole string of highlights that I co...View Report
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