15/11/2011 at Abraq Al Habari
While checking warblers at acacia trees I saw a bird with olive greenish upperparts with broad wing bar. The bird forages quickly from one tree to another, then started calling a short disyllabic call that made me identify it as a Yellow-browed Warbler. The bird then flew to another distant tree and not seen again. Unfortunately my recorder had a discharged battery and was not able to record its call.
Yellow-browed Warbler 1, Blue Rock Thrush 1, Common Chiffchaff 15, Red-breasted Flycatcher 3, Song Thrush 5, European Robin 1, Common Kestrel 1, Red-backed Shrike (female) 1, Steppe Eagle 6, Eastern Imperial Eagle 2, Grey Heron 1, Blue-cheeked Bee-eater 1, Temminck’s Lark 2, Hoopoe Lark 4, Eurasian Skylark 1, European Stonechat 3, Daurian Shrike 2.
European Stonechat Saxicola rubicola
Very Nice Photos Thank you
I AM VERY HAPPY WHEN I SAW THE PICTURES……….THANK YOU