An early visit to Agia Napa Sewage Works today. Several warblers could be heard in the bushes at the Sewage Works and managed to see several Eastern Olivaceous, one Eastern Orphean, many Spectacled and a family group of Cyprus Warbler. A male Hobby was flying in the area and I had good views of him for a while as he perched on a tree. On the pools were many Little Grebe and a couple of Coot and at least eight Common Sandpiper and a Spur-winged Lapwing were around the edge.
Unfortunately there were already a few people around at Cape Greco so there weren’t many birds but I did find a Tawny Pipit, a couple of Cyprus Wheatear, a juvenile Cyprus Warbler, nearly twenty Chukar and a flock of over 100 Greenfinch.