Monday, 19 May 2014

Cyprus 2014 Agia Varvara - Grasshoppers, Lizards and Birds (and Goats)

An open area of hillsides easily accessible from Paphos and yet quiet and undisturbed, the area just up the road from Agia Varvara offers habitat for a large variety of insects, lizards and birds, in particular Raptors. The following images show just a few of the many species to be found there.
Red footed Falcon, female, Agia Varvara
Red footed Falcon, male
Red footed Falcon
Stone Curlew
Little Owl
Great spotted Cuckoo
Great spotted Cuckoo
Great spotted Cuckoo
Other species seen included Montagues Harrier, Kestrel, Lesser Kestrel, Black eared Wheatear, Red rumped Swallow and Spectacled Warbler.

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