Would you believe it? We are in Menorca again.
Here are a few pictures of this wonderful Mediterranean island for blog readers to enjoy with minimal commentary from your's truly.
The endangered Egyptian Vulture is a regular sight throughout the island, especially soaring over the rocky gorges that fall down to the coast.
Es Grau- Menorca
There are always lots of Yellow-legged Gulls and Audouin's Gulls at the pretty fishing village of Es Grau.
For such an apparently conspicuous bird the Hoopoes is surprisingly elusive, more often heard than actually seen.
Not so the Bee Eater with a few breeding colonies on the island plus a strong Spring movement as they head to Europe.
Wne driving and walking it's best to keep an eye open for the island tortoises as well as the birds.
There's more from Another Bird Blog in Menorca soon.