On Thursday morning Dave decided that he'd quite like to take Dee and I up above Mijas and into the surrounding sierras, an area he'd recently walked with the local ramblers. The area in question starts at a disused quarry Cantera los Arenales and from here, where thankfully the temperatures are several degrees lower, you make a steep climb up through the scrub and into the Pine forests. Although only a few around today, It's worth noting that this is a popular mountain bike area, so it's worth keeping your wits about you!
|Record Shot of one of six Honey Buzzard passing through.|
|Short-toed Eagle over Hoya de Malaga|
|Clouded Yellow - Just prior to liftoff!|
|Black Wheatear - An Andalusian 1st|