Bee Eaters are gregarious, nesting colonially in sandy banks, preferably near to river shores, but not always.
S'Albufera de Mallorca Wetlands.
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Around Majorca, a group of twelve bird watchers are scanning the skies and countryside for birds as best as they can with the limited movement, and they are messaging each other with what they have seen.
Migration has begun on Majorca, but it is still moving a little slowly. First to arrive were the usual Swallows and House Martins with a few reports of Black Kites moving through.
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I am going to look at how nature will cope during all this, and what we can do to still enjoy seeing nature to boost our wellbeing.
We spend most of our lives wishing we could stay at home, now it's nice to go to work.
It had been a great build up to seeing the Ibis, as earlier on I had been watching a pair of Stone Curlew moving around in the short grass of a small field adjacent to the platform.