Clive of wildside holidays took these rather unlikely photos of a griffon vulture in Grazalema complete with a goat’s bell. He informs me “He/she reared a chick this year without it seems any problem but I did wince every time I saw feeding commence. The chick was lucky it didn’t get brained? I wonder how many eggs get broken whilst he/she is turning them.” …”Apparently there is another one flying about in Cazorla. A neighbour of mine says that the goat herders used to do it a lot if they caught a griffon on the ground after a big feed. Apparently it’s funny” I like these photos almost as much as his “wryneck attacking the horseshoe whipsnake”. Clive is also joint owner of the iberianatureforum.