We think of autumn, we think of autumn colours. And in spite of non-stop sunshine and warm summery days, plantlife in Málaga is also thinking of autumn. The poplars and larches are turning yellow, the vine-leaves are turning red and brown, the seedheads are nodding on the verges, attracting a world of noisy finches.
September and October are usually good walking and wildlife months. We have been a bit dry this autumn, though; just a small shower so far, though a good downpour is predicted before we pass mid-October. This dry spell may be why I haven’t seen quite as much wildlife as usual. These are some of the smaller beasts I might be expecting:
Seen anything exciting this autumn?