4 Feb 2017

Song Thrushes and more at Deffi Park - Jubail

Whilst birding Deffi Park I found a large group of at least 25 Song Thrush the first time I had seen this species at the location. They were not easy to get close to as they kept flying up into the trees but were great to watch feeding around even if at a distance. The wet stream held both Indian Reef Heron and Little Egret as well as Common Kingfisher and Greenshank. Several Common Chiffchaffs were calling from the threes and a Masked Shrike was seen wintering for the third year running.  Photography was difficult due to the early morning time and lack of light.
Song Thrush
Song Thrush
Song Thrush
Song Thrush
Song Thrush
Song Thrush
Common Kingfisher
Common Kingfisher
Common Greenshank
Common Greenshank

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