07/11/2008 at Abraq Al Habari

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)

Ring Ouzel Turdus torquatus ضُجْرَةٌ

Ring Ouzel

Ring Ouzel Turdus torquatus ضُجْرَةٌ