4 Apr 2016

Lesser Kestrel near Tabuk – Bird records by Viv Wilson

Viv Wilson went out looking to see if he could re-find the Black-winged Kite he had seen the day before but unfortunately failed in his mission. He did, however, see and photograph a few good birds despite the very poor weather conditions and heavy rain at times. One good thing about the rain was that it probably caused the male Lesser Kestrel to stay put in its tree rather than flying off allowing Viv to get an excellent photo of it.  At the wetland he birds at Viv saw a group of Glossy Ibis and a single White-tailed Lapwing as well as a Western Marsh Harrier but otherwise not much else. I would like to thank Viv for allowing me to use his photos on my website some of which are reproduced below.
Lesser Kestrel
Lesser Kestrel
Glossy Ibis
Glossy Ibis
White-tailed Lapwing
White-tailed Lapwing
Western Marsh Harrier
Western Marsh Harrier

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