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Day 10: Last Full Day in Italy

overcast 65 °F

Now that my camera is working again and I'm seeing more birds on this trip, I will be writing more complete posts.

Our morning was devoted to a walking tour of Florence, mainly focusing on architecture. The only bird of note was a PEREGRINE FALCON that was seen briefly.

Then, after a panini lunch, my family and I took a bus up to a beautiful town nestled in the mountains overlooking Florence. The view from a certain overlook we walked to was absolutely stunning:

I also saw this CITRIL FINCH:

The final bird of note was a seen-but-not-photographed life bird EURASIAN NUTHATCH.

After this post, I am going to a restaurant to eat my last Italian dinner with my family. Yum!

Good birding and stay tuned,

World Life List: 716 Species (1 life bird today: Eurasian Nuthatch)

Posted by skwclar 09:35 Archived in Italy

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Great photos of the family, miles of smiles and a working camera. We will be out today in a convertible searching our favorite rookery for life. Where are you off to next?? Stay away from Ukraine still, it's getting worse. Bon voyage....

by Edward Vincent

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