I've been to Lazarote a few times in the past but that was before I got into bird photography so I was looking forward to this trip.
The first time I had a drive around made me realise that getting close to the subject wasn't going to be easy, mainly due to the lack of trees and other natural cover. So the car was going to have to make do as a hide. Thankfully I brought a beanbag with me so at least I could get a fairly stable camera window rest.
My first outing produced a grand total of nothing but after that things slowly improved.
By far the most common and friendly bird was the Berthelot's Pipit. These were around practically everywhere and were happy to come really close to me.
I didn't want to leave the island without seeing a Houbara Bustard. I'd no idea what they looked like or how big they were so when I saw this bird creeping around in the undergrowth I thought I'd found my target, only for it to turn out to be a Stone Curlew.
The next time I came to this area the Houbara Bustard did turn up.
It might have been fortunate for this fella that I was around as waiting on the rim of the valley in which I was sat in were this pair and their dogs.
A few of the other photos that I managed to get before returning home...
Thanks to Roy for pointing out my ID mistakes. I even checked the female on WAB and still got it wrong!