|The Passenger window worked from the Driver's side and occasionally the Driver's window too.|
|Note the tape sealing the glove-box.|
Some of the migrants Lesvos is famous for were also present in the area around the River and the Salt Pans and it was great to see so many again.
We also came across a couple of Red Foxes and a Spur-thighed Tortoise, oh and Kathy found some Donkeys too (sigh).
Still it was time to sort out the other bird and some good, if not particularly prolonged views showed that it was indeed a female Siberian Stonechat, if accepted the second record for Lesvos. Here's the beauty in her pomp, a Birders' bird I'd say.
|Siberian (Eastern) Stonechat|
|'Wraparound' white rump.|
|Siberian (Eastern) Stonechat.|
|Eastern Olivaceous Warbler|
And finally, back at Kalloni Salt Pans, the rather gruesome scene of a Peregrine tearing up a just-caught Avocet.