One of the numerous Kestrels, something edible in one of its claws.
One of the Buzzards being mobbed by Hoodies.
A classic Isabelline Wheatear - upright stance, pale forehead and black alula.
Some of the Corn Bunting flock that like the fields near the pomegranate orchard.
Spanish Sparrows are plentiful around the cowsheds - this individual looks like a composite of other Sparrow parts.
There were some 85 Stone Curlews together earlier in the Winter. They've dispersed now and most can be found near Magen.
Spur-winged Lapwing - very common, very handsome and very noisy (pik! pik! pik! pik! pik!)
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