Just for the record I've listed below (I like a list!) "typical" arrival dates and "special" species I hope to see.
March arrival dates
11TH – Montagu’s Harrier, Arctic Skua, Heuglin’s Gull, Hoopoe,
12th - Crag Martin, ISABELLINE WHEATEAR,
13th – Cream-coloured Courser, Alpine Swift, Wheatear, Cyprus Wheatear,
15th – PALLID HARRIER, Garganey, Lesser Kestrel, Temminck’s Stint, Marsh Sandpiper, Caspian Gull, Baltic Gull, Wagtails, Bluethroat,
16th – Quail, Swift, Red-rumped Swallow, Tawny Pipit, Sand Martin, Tawny and Red-throated Pipit,
17th – Shearwaters, LESSER SHORT-TOED LARK, BIMACULATED LARK,
18th – BLUE-CHEECKED BEE-EATER, Purple Heron, Steppe Buzzard, Pallid Swift,
20th – Tree Pipit
21st – Dotterel, Roller,
25th – Bee-eater, Nightingale,
26th – Turnstone
27th – Spoonbill
28th – Great Snipe
29th – Caspian Tern
30th – Collared Pratincole
31st – Squacco Heron, Common Tern, Honey Buzzard
Greater Sand Plover
Eastern Black-eared Wheatear
Blue Rock Thrush
Eastern Olivaceous Warbler
No doubt there'll be the odd error (including the usual cut and paste issues!) but you get the gist. Plenty to go at...and plenty of time to see them. I have a couple of excellent contacts and I hope to acquire a local SIM card which will enable me to contact (and be contacted).
BRING IT ON!!!