07.05.2015 – Migration Diary

59th day was very hot until the evening, then last 2 hours was chilly. Tne number of Honey Buzzard top out, but the increasement will continue as I estimate. The number of White Stork is slightly high. Steppe Eagles are still passing! The numbers of Common Buzzard and Lesser Spotted Eagle has increased. The total number was approximately 2,000 and the species are Honey Buzzard, White Stork, Lesser Spotted Eagle, Black Stork, Common Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, Levant Sparrowhawk, Black Kite, Booted Eagle, Steppe Eagle, Short-toed Snake Eagle, Greater Spotted Eagle, Long-legged Buzzard, Hobby and Kestrel. Saying something for tomorrow is very hard because of the heavy rain.

11241310_10152974255093795_1899821059_o Black Stork

11215366_10152974255863795_267910440_o Honey Buzzard

11221063_10152974255238795_580581651_o Common Buzzard

11204702_10152974256193795_1498934132_o A flock of White Stork

11229524_10152974255328795_1158347055_o Sparrowhawk

11194657_10152974254678795_1070665322_o Steppe Eagle

11207882_10152974254483795_48443762_oGreater Spotted Eagle (fulvescens)

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