Birds Sightings from Kuwait: owned and managed by AbdulRahman Al-Sirhan

04/05/2012 at Abdaly Farms and Fahaheel Waterfront

I’ve been birding with Daniel Mauras in recent days. After failing to see Afgan Babbler in Abdaly yesterday despite hearing them often we decided to get there early in the morning today. This surely paid off and we saw Babblers very well. We had one chick that was fed by two adult birds. Next target bird was White-cheeked Tern in Fahaheel waterfront Al Kout shopping mall. Almost immediately we saw three birds flying around. On the marker we had 7 Lesser Crested Terns and on a buoy 8 Socotra Cormorants. Later on in the afternoon we found several Upcher’s Warblers, Eastern Orphean Warbler and Thrush Nightingale.

Afghan Babbler feeding its young
Afghan Babbler Argya (caudata) huttoni بَلَنْصِيٌّ أَفْغَانِيٌّ
White-cheeked Tern Sterna repressa خَرْشَنَةٌ غَشْوَاءُ

Thrush Nightingale (Luscinia luscinia) Birds are not always in their natural habitat during migration.

Thrush Nightingale Luscinia luscinia عَنْدَلِيبٌ

1 Response

  1. omid says:

    Hi.thanks.but Thrush Nightingale and Nightingale different

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