Had a reasonable day yesterday with migration in evidence for hirundines and raptors. Short-toed Eagles were drifting North as small groups and individuals, Lesser Kestrels were flocking near to the old dam at Montejaque, whilst my biggest surprise and a 1st for 'my patch' was a Little Swift flying with lots Swallows, House/Sand Martins and a few Red-rumped Swallows at the eatern head of the reservoir near Zahara! Several Chiffchaff, not any Willows, were busy feeding in the area and a solitary Ring Ouzel was feeding near the dam (Montejaque). Northern Wheatear were on cereal fields near the dam and also had my first Black-eared Wheatear male (1st summer male) near to Montecorto. A Black Stork was resting on flooded fields near to the Rio Guadiaro near to Indiana.
So despite the weather (rain) its still very worthwhile to take yourself out and about!