An unusual sighting a few days ago when scanning a coastal cliff in a completely treeless area. This is a place where you expect to see Blue Rock Thrush, Crag Martin, maybe a Shag or Audouin Gull… you get the idea. Surprisingly, a Short-toed Treecreeper showed up climbing the rock face just like a Wallcreeper would. The bird started from the lower parts, a few meters away from the sea waves, and went all the way up to the top. A couple of human climbers were also there. Notice the fixed anchors on the rock in this short clip:
The foot of the cliff goes right into the sea.