30 May 2013

Blue-cheeked Bee-eater – Dhahran Hills


Migration has almost stopped in Dhahran but I found a really smart Blue-cheeked Bee-eater sitting in a small tree by the side of the spray fields, which brightened up an otherwise fairly uneventful evening birding. I had seen a Blue-cheeked Bee-eater a few days before but it was distant perched in a tree by the percolation pond and this was the first one I had seen for more than a week. It has been a good spring for the species with a number of good photographic opportunities presenting themselves and a lot of birds passing through. Lets hope the return autumn passage is also good.




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    1. Thanks Jan - it made a colourful splash in an otherwise desolate area

      Jem

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  2. I found on facebook your photos someone is steeling it says it is her's :O
    https://www.facebook.com/ziphotography360/photos/pcb.1078382335629321/1078382168962671/?type=3&theater
    Greets from a other photographyer

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