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Waterbird Count, Larnaca, 13th June 2016

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Apart from the usual Mallards, Little Grebe and Eurasian Coot, there was a Whiskered and a White-winged Tern at the Sewage Pools as well as breeding Spur-winged Lapwing, the long-staying Ruddy Shelduck and two Ferruginous Duck. A small group of Kentish Plover flew in while I was there. The majority of bird life on the main Salt Lake was in the north east corner where I found more breeding Spur-winged Lapwing, some Black-winged Stilt, a Grey Heron, two Little Egret, two Cattle Egret and a Squacco Heron. A pair of Black-headed Wagtail were at Spiros Pool and the reeds near the Kamares aqueduct were full of Eurasian Reed Warbler families.

Black-winged Stilt, Larnaca 13th June 2016 (c) Cyprus Birding Tours

Black-winged Stilt, Larnaca 13th June 2016 (c) Cyprus Birding Tours

Barn Swallow, Larnaca 13th June 2016 (c) Cyprus Birding Tours

Barn Swallow, Larnaca 13th June 2016 (c) Cyprus Birding Tours

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