After that I continued to a spot for Balearic Warbler a few kilometers in on the peninsula. On my way to the spot I got aquainted with the local forms of Spotted Flycatcher and Common Crossbill. On the Warbler site I easily found 7-8 Balearic Warblers in an hour or so and they gave good views, but unfortunately the weren't very photogenic! An odd thing in the dry pine areas were quite a few Yellow Wagtails, which all sounded like flava/thunbergii (i.e. not iberiae).
Balearic Warbler habitat
Early afternoon was spent in the Boquer Valley where another 3-4 Balearic Warblers were found easily. Apart from that there was most sun in the valley and I had to take a break at a local bar. Before heading towards the airport I visited the bridge between Port D'Alcudia and Sa Pobla where I saw one or two Moustasched Warblers, unfortunately accompanied by a Purple Swamphen. Now I'm at the airport awaiting my plane to Sevilla. Adios!