チョウゲンボウとホシムクドリ / Common Kestrel and Common Starling
It was raining this morning, but it stopped in the afternoon, so I went out to try again to find Eurasian Bittern. The wind was strong, perhaps bordering on cold air.
On the way, I spotted a Common Kestrel, which was hovering almost without flapping its wings in the strong wind. The thick vertical pattern on its breast suggested that it was a juvenile.
There were Common Starlings in the pasture grass. I don’t like electric wire shots, but this close might not be so bad.
And it was raining at Kirara-hama when I arrived there, taking a detour. And again I could not find Eurasian Bittern!