For those who are mad about birds this is a wonderful post from a great birdie blog…
“What does Bahrain have to do anything with birds?”, you can ask. And you are mostly not mistaken. It is an island nation in the Middle East, meaning it would be completely a desert or aleast arid, it rarely if at all gets mentioned in birding blogs and one would most likely not have ever […]
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Thanks for sharing , Sunith. Went through the link and oh my… what a variety of water birds and otherwise!!
Check the birds of Hampi also on the blog. That too is a fantastic collection
Will surely do it…may be later 🙂
Thanks for sharing.
Looking forward reading your piece Sunith.
As a dedicated bird watcher/naturalist I was thrilled to see all the birds. I was struck by the similarities between these birds and those here in the states. And yet some were unique and these are wonderful photos… my favorite, of course, is the common Eurasian Collared Dove a very close relative of my 27 year old African Collared dove! Outdoors here in New Mexico we have flocks of them. Thanks so much Sunith! maybe you should write a poem about one of your birds?
Our likes are alike. The Eurasian dove looks quite similar to the Arabian dove which is the most common bird here..
yes, and I find that wonderful! and that we share like this!
So much variety of beautiful birds, never seen before
Yes Subba; the variety is really good..
Thank you for sharing that link, Sunith. That is indeed a huge collection of a variety of birds.
Wow! Thank you for sharing! I love birds 🙂
you are most welcome Winnie
I am mad about everything in nature. So I loved this post! 😍😀
I am happy to know that and glad you liked this.