This is not an island abundant with wildlife due to its rather barren landscape, but there were some nice finds.
A few Wasp Spiders were located:
Wall Lizards on every wall:
Half way down a huge old well was this monster. Unfortunately I couldn't capture it next to a standard lizard to show the size (probably because they wouldn't go near it), but this was at least twice the size of any of the others!
The highlight of a couple of hours on a boat to the north of the island was diving into the cool Atlantic for a swim. On the way, apart from a few Common Terns and the occasional Gull, numerous Cory's Shearwaters were the only other species seen - these were taken with a 300mm lens as they came close to the boat.
Spanish Sparrows were relatively numerous on the island - check out the bill on this one!:
Superb Monarch butterflies were very common, providing a spectacular colour display especially when flying over the azure pool (next time...).