At the stork colony of San Roque there is this ceremonial breeding quietness:
Also the young stork couple from the freight yard succeeded to finish their nest and are now intensively breeding:
The partner is in the meantime looking for food on the meadows:
It is so nice there because again and again the sound of the calls from the bee eaters returned from Africa are to be heard:
Lively bustle also at the garbage dump of Los Barrios:
"Well, now I shall ...
... perform a perfect landing!" But the yellow legged gull overshoots again and ...
... nearly landed on 4-9J, who just dashed from the stork colony to the MacGarbage: :
"What??? You are also here??? You know exactly that I cannot stand you!"
"Get lost! I tell you amicably and if you don't understand that, then ...
... I shall snarl at you!"
The aggressive stork is celebrating his victory:
But finally all storks agree to spend an afternoon in harmony at MacGarbage:
Well, and now I say bye bye for a few days, because I shall drive to the Mecca of birders, to Cañada de los Pájaros, Dehesa de Abajo and let's see, what else we shall experience! Hooray!
Happy Easter-greetings from sunny Andalusia