07/11/2008 at Al Abraq Al Khabari
Rick spotted quickly Ring Ouzel in the morning which had moved to most densely wooded part of Al Abraq. My photos have been taken in a very poor light conditions. Even so the charasteristic featureres are well shown. An other good bird was Yellow-browed Warbler (Phylloscopus inornatus). I heard it’s call and after a while I was quite convinced that it must be Y-b. Warbler. However, we wanted to see the bird and finally it was seen briefly by Rick twice. I didn’t manage to get a single shot but Rick got some sort of record shot. We think that this bird is not a same that Rick found appr. a month ago.
Ring Ouzel 1, Song Thrush 4, Blackbird 1, Robin 2, Red-breasted Flycatcher 1, Penduline Tit 2, Stonechat 2, White Wagtail 3, Water Pipit 3, Tree Pipit 1, Blue-cheeked Bee-eater 3, Sparrowhawk 2, Kestrel 2, Yellow-browed Warbler 1, Skylark 1.
Ring Ouzel (Turdus torquatus)