02.05.2015 – Migration Diary

54th day was a warm day. The Black Stork, which is recorded more than previous studies, was high today for the number that counted in one day. And also, the number of Levant Sparrowhawk was more than the expected number for whole season. The Steppe Eagles are still recorded and the number of Honey Buzzard was eventually more than other raptors. The total number was 2,000 and the species from today are respectively Honey Buzzard, White Stork, Common Buzzard, Lesser Spotted Eagle, Black Stork, Sparrowhawk, Levant Sparrowhawk, Short-toed Snake Eagle, Booted Eagle, Black Kite, Steppe Eagle, Montagu’s Harrier, Kestrel, Hobby, Imperial Eagle, Goshawk, Pallid Harrier and Marsh Harrier. Saying something for tomorrow is very difficult because of the heavy rain possibility.

IMG_4423_crBlack Stork

IMG_4378_crMontagu’s Harrier

IMG_4413_crHoney Buzzard

IMG_4321_crLevant Sparrowhawk

IMG_4293_crLesser Spotted Eagle

IMG_4373Lesser Spotted Eagle and Steppe Eagle

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