MY FAVOURITE CARTOON AS A BOY..

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

RED-RUMPED SWALLOW

Very common in the region, these Red-Rumped Swallows are most obviously recognised (in my opinion anyway) by their pale buff rumps, long, wire-like tail plumes and slight chestnut head colouration. There were many of these on Kephalonia, all over the place, especially on the hill overlooking Lassi, looked over by our little studio, where they flew amongst the House Martins (one of which had obviously used our balcony earlier in the summer to nest - the ONLY balcony with a nest on it).

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