Back to Campo Carri this evening to check a possible Black-eared Wheatear that was reported earlier today. I didn't find the bird but there were at least 5 male Northern Wheatears along with 3-4 Whinchats on the low pines. Two quite territorial Tawny Pipits were chasing each other and gave close views as usual. Also about 5 Red-backed Shrikes of both sexes, a Spotted Flycatcher some fly-by Tree Pipits and lots of Rock Buntings. Singing Nightingales always present in the wooded area along with a Golden Oriole. Pics above (top to bottom): Northern Wheatear, Rock Bunting (2x), Tawny Pipit and Woodlark.