11/04/2013 at Al Abraq Al Khabari

We decided to visit Al Abraq again since it was so good yesterday. One driving force was to relocate Greenfinch and photograph it. It didn’t take long when Nava brothers did that and pointed out to me bird’s location. I must admit that in some point I ran. Like yesterday, concerning Collared Flycatcher, I managed to get the first pictures and soon after that other photographers got many good pictures too. Already yesterday it was clear that Angelo and Alberto saw Greenfinch. The trouble was that we didn’t have any picture. Now we have good pictures supporting this record. One must bear in mind that we are dealing with the first record for Kuwait. Collared Flycatcher wasn’t around anymore today.However, it was nice to see Basra Reed Warbler again.

European Greenfinch feeding on thr ground
European Greenfinch Chloris chloris حَسُّونٌ أَخْضَرُ
Basra Reed Warbler Acrocephalus griseldis دَخْنَاءُ بِصْرِيَّةٌ