Monday, March 21, 2016

News from the Strait of Messina

The first week of observations went a bit slowly at the Strait of Messina however we counted the first contingents of Marsh Harriers, some tens of Sparrowhawks and storks and Booted Eagles. There are still some wintering Hen Harriers hunting along the slopes of the Aspromonte mountain and once also the Golden Eagle reached our watchsite. However the weather forecast are not optimistic, today and tomorrow we will have very strong south wind and, in the following days, rain and snow! Here below some nice pictures taken by Giovanni Cumbo from our sicilian watchsite.

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