For those who are passionate and love birdwatching, now as in spring it is certainly the best time of the year, especially if, like me, they are in one of the most important passages of the European migratory flow.
While some birds seem to have already left Sweden to find better temperatures in the South, for example I have not seen storks for some time already, others have come from the far north to populate the Skåne’s skies: some will stop here for the winter, others will shortly continue their journey.
In a recent, particularly fruitful release, I was able to spot and admire for the first time some birds of prey and other birds that were missing from my “collection” such as the European honey buzzard (Pernis apivorus, photo 1-3), the Eurasian sparrow-hawk (Accipiter nisus, photos 4 and 5), the barn swallow (Hirundo rustica, photo 6), the common greenshank(Tringa Nebularia, photo 7) and, finally, the spotted flycatcher (Muscicapa striata, photo 8).
Nature follows its course, inevitably, and I’m once again so thankful to have the opportunity to be part of it. As a discreet spectator, I hope, of its everlasting wonders.