The following has just been posted at WestPalBirds@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Richard Bonser: A Lesser Frigatebird has been seen and photographed this evening at Zour Port, southern Kuwait by visiting English birders- a national first and as I...
Today at Subiya, Purple Sunbird 1, Desert Warbler 2, Desert Wheatear 2, Isabelline Wheatear 2.Overgrazing soon will the destroy the new shoots of Lycium Shawii bushes that contains flowers, the main food for the Sunbirds reducing the bushes...
I guided today Lee Evan and Ernie Davis we went to Ras Al-Subiya, for the Purple Sunbird it very relocated and seen by both British Birders.
This morning Dr. Gary Brown went to Subiya and photographed a Sunbird and a Desert Warbler, his photographs are shown below.
Today the two groups arrived at Kuwait international airport, a Danish and a British group; they headed straight to Subiya and relocated the two Purple Sunbirds. This morning they were at the Pivot Fields when I met them,...
12/12008 Dr. Gary photographed a European Golden Plover, his photograph is shown below.
9 European Golden Plovers were seen today by Brian Foster at Pivot Fields, the highest number so far.
Today I went to Subiya and got the following photographs. Yesterday Pekka, Brain and Mike saw the Purple Sunburds at Subiya, the following photogrphs by Pekka.
Today Rashed, the most active birder in Kuwait, went to Subiya to relocate the Purple Sunbirds, he found 3 and suspected them being four. All photographs below are Rashed’s. The two photographs are of the Purple Sunbird.
The two Purple Sunbirds were relocated today and one photographed see photograph below.
The Purple Sunbird was found and photographed by Rashed Al-Hajji Today Rashed Al-Hajji has found and photographed a new record for Kuwait and the Western Palearctic as defined by BWP by Cramp & Simmons 1977. The record involved...
At Pivot Fields Dr. Gary Brown found two European Golden Plovers (the 3rd record for Kuwait and for this year) also seen by me and the two visiting groups .
1 Lesser Flamingo, (the first for Kuwait) was seen by many birders today. The following photographs of the Lesser Flamingo, the first for Kuwait, were taken by Pekka Fågel on 15/12/2007.
Little Curlew, the 1st record bird for the Middle East and the 6th for the Western Palearctic. First found and photographed by Abdulmohsen Al-Suraye on 12/12/2007. Today together with Brian Foster, Pekka Fågel, Mike Pope, Mark Chichester and...
The first record for Kuwait, a first winter Little Curlew has been photographed today by Pekka Fågel The following photographs were taken on 14/12/2007 by Pekka Fågel.
A Lesser Flamingo the first record for Kuwait if accepted by KORC photographed by Rashed Al-Hajji and Khalid Al-Nasrallah today. a Lesser Flamingo. The following photograph was taken by Rashed.