06/05/2008 at JEO.

There were 59 species at JEO found during less than two hours:

Red-necked Phalarope 48, Woodchat Shrike 1, Red-backed Shrike 9, Red-throated Pipit 20+, Aquacco Heron 4, Common Sandpiper 5, Common Morhen 3, Little Stint 160+, Ruddy Turnstone 8, White-tailed Lapwing 1, Black-winged Stilt 2, Sanderling 2, Slender-billed Gull 160+, Black-headed Gull 1, Lesser Grey Shrike 4, Whinchat 8, Ruff 20+, Curlew Sandpiper 30+, Wood sandpiper 30+, Isabelline Shrike ssp. Phoenicuroides 3, ssp. isabellinus 2, Blue-cheeked Bee-eater 8+, Gull-billed Tern 8, White-winged Tern 3, Little Tern 14, Ringed Plover 8+, European Roller 1, Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin 1, Greater Short-toed Lark 3, Spotted Flycatcher 1, European Bee-eater 1, Kentish Plover 50+, Glossy Ibis 11, Great Reed Warbler 2, Little Bittern 1, Eurasian Hoopoe 1, Barn Swallow 20+, Willow WArbler 2, Sand Martin 2, Yellow Wagtail 10+, Creasted Lark 4, Pied Wheatear 1 vittata variant, Upcher’s Warbler 1, Isabelline Wheatear 1, Little Egret 6, Eurasian Curlew 5,  Steppe Gull 1 first summer, Bar-tailed Godwit 1, Greater Flamingo 14, Cattle Egret 3, Greenshank 1, Common Chiffchaff 3, Caspian Plover 1, Grey Plover 15, Caspian Tern 4, Greater Sand Plover 1, Grey Heron 1, Western Reef Egret 2, Northern Wheatear 1, House Sparrow 12.

Caspian Plover female.

White-tailed Lapwing.

Blue-cheeked Bee-eater.