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  4. <title>Birding Bahrain</title>
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  12. <title>A busy end to the month</title>
  13. <link>http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/index.php/2017/07/29/a_busy_end_to_the_month</link>
  14. <pubDate>Sat, 29 Jul 2017 05:22:56 +0000</pubDate>
  15. <category domain="main">Observation by Howard</category> <guid isPermaLink="false">[email protected]://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/</guid>
  16. <description>Purple was the order of the last week of the month down at Askar marsh with the discovery of a family group of 4 Purple Gullenule 2 adults 2 Juveniles - the species has suddenly gone from vagrant status to breeding resident with other birds being seen at Tubli mangroves and Arad bay it seems likely the species will be able to establish itself permanently here.
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  38. Elsewhere in the gardens some local late spring early summer breeding species were out and about often with young
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  68. Coot a pair in residence at Buhair breeding - possible
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  71. Great Grey Shrike Southern
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  78. Southern Red Bishop always nice to see a few around Adhari - a site condemned to destruction
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  81. On the shore a few new species to report moving in
  82. Black-tailed Godwit
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  89. Bar-tailed Godwits
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  92. Broad-billed Sandpiper a lonesome single more will follow very soon
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  95. Curlew Sandpiper more and more arriving
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  98. Flamingo
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  101. Greater Sand Plover
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  104. Lesser Sand Plover
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  107. Gull-billed Tern
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  110. Little Stint huge increase in numbers
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  113. Family Oyster Catchers
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  116. Non breeding summering birds being joined by birds having completed their breeding somewhere east and north of here
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  119. Squacco Heron blue is the new orange
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  183. <content:encoded><![CDATA[ <p>Purple was the order of the last week of the month down at Askar marsh with the discovery of a family group of 4 Purple Gullenule 2 adults 2 Juveniles - the species has suddenly gone from vagrant status to breeding resident with other birds being seen at Tubli mangroves and Arad bay it seems likely the species will be able to establish itself permanently here.</p>
  184. <p><center><br />
  185. Purple Gallinule<br />
  186. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle4.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  187. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle5.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  188. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle6.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  189. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle7.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  190. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle8.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  191. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle9.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  192. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle10.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  193. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle11.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  194. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/purplegallunulle12.jpg" alt="Purple Gallinule" title="Purple Gallinule" /></p>
  195. <p>Elsewhere in the gardens some local late spring early summer breeding species were out and about often with young </p>
  196. <p>Clamorous Reed Warbler and young<br />
  197. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/clamorousReed.jpg" alt="Clamorous Reed Warbler" title="Clamorous Reed Warbler" /></p>
  198. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/clamorousReedjuv.jpg" alt="Clamorous Reed Warbler" title="Clamorous Reed Warbler" /></p>
  199. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/clamorousReedjuv1.jpg" alt="Clamorous Reed Warbler" title="Clamorous Reed Warbler" /></p>
  200. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/clamorousReedjuv2.jpg" alt="Clamorous Reed Warbler" title="Clamorous Reed Warbler" /></p>
  201. <p>Rufous Bush-chat and young<br />
  202. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchat.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  203. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchat1.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  204. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchat2.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  205. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchat3.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  206. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchat4.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  207. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchat5.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  208. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchat6.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  209. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchat7.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  210. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/rufousbushchatA.jpg" alt="Rufous Bush-chat" title="Rufous Bush-chat" /></p>
  211. <p>Coot a pair in residence at Buhair breeding - possible<br />
  212. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/coot.jpg" alt="Coot" title="Coot" /></p>
  213. <p>Great Grey Shrike Southern<br />
  214. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/greatgreyshrike.jpg" alt="Great Grey Shrike" title="Great Grey Shrike" /></p>
  215. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/greatgreyshrike1.jpg" alt="Great Grey Shrike" title="Great Grey Shrike" /></p>
  216. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/greatgreyshrike3.jpg" alt="Great Grey Shrike" title="Great Grey Shrike" /></p>
  217. <p>Southern Red Bishop always nice to see a few around Adhari - a site condemned to destruction<br />
  218. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/southernredbishop.jpg" alt="Southern Red Bishop" title="Southern Red Bishop" /></p>
  219. <p>On the shore a few new species to report moving in<br />
  220. Black-tailed Godwit<br />
  221. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/blacktailedgodwit.jpg" alt="Black-tailed Godwit" title="Black-tailed Godwit" /></p>
  222. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/blacktailedgodwit1.jpg" alt="Black-tailed Godwit" title="Black-tailed Godwit" /></p>
  223. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/blacktailedgodwit2.jpg" alt="Black-tailed Godwit" title="Black-tailed Godwit" /></p>
  224. <p>Bar-tailed Godwits<br />
  225. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/bartailedGodwit.jpg" alt="Bar-tailed Godwits" title="Bar-tailed Godwits" /></p>
  226. <p>Broad-billed Sandpiper a lonesome single more will follow very soon<br />
  227. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/broadbilledsandpiper.jpg" alt="Broad-billed Sandpiper" title="Broad-billed Sandpiper" /></p>
  228. <p>Curlew Sandpiper more and more arriving<br />
  229. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/CSP2.jpg" alt="Curlew Sandpiper" title="Curlew Sandpiper" /></p>
  230. <p>Flamingo<br />
  231. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/flamingo1.jpg" alt="Flamingo " title="Flamingo " /></p>
  232. <p>Greater Sand Plover<br />
  233. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/greaterSP.jpg" alt="Greater Sand Plover" title="Greater Sand Plover" /></p>
  234. <p>Lesser Sand Plover<br />
  235. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lsp15.jpg" alt="Lesser Sand Plover" title="Lesser Sand Plover" /></p>
  236. <p>Gull-billed Tern<br />
  237. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/gullbilledtern.jpg" alt="Gull-billed Tern" title="Gull-billed Tern" /></p>
  238. <p>Little Stint huge increase in numbers<br />
  239. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/littlestint11.jpg" alt="Little Stint" title="Little Stint" /></p>
  240. <p>Family Oyster Catchers<br />
  241. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Oystercatcher.jpg" alt="Family Oyster Catchers" title="Family Oyster Catchers" /></p>
  242. <p>Non breeding summering birds being joined by birds having completed their breeding somewhere east and north of here<br />
  243. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/slenderbilledgull.jpg" alt="Slender-billed Gull" title="Slender-billed Gull" /></p>
  244. <p>Squacco Heron blue is the new orange<br />
  245. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/suaccoheronbluebill.jpg" alt="Squacco Heron " title="Squacco Heron " /></p>
  246. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/suaccoheronbluebill1.jpg" alt="Squacco Heron " title="Squacco Heron " /></p>
  247. <p></center>
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  253. <title>waders the early returns</title>
  254. <link>http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/index.php/2017/07/19/waders_the_early_returns</link>
  255. <pubDate>Tue, 18 Jul 2017 14:21:20 +0000</pubDate>
  256. <category domain="main">Observation by Howard</category> <guid isPermaLink="false">[email protected]://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/</guid>
  257. <description>It might surprise some people when they realize that our migrant waders are here more than where ever it is they breed - many don't depart until late April early May yet some species are back by as early as June while July sees the flood gates open. August will see even more arrive.
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  371. <content:encoded><![CDATA[ <p>It might surprise some people when they realize that our migrant waders are here more than where ever it is they breed - many don't depart until late April early May yet some species are back by as early as June while July sees the flood gates open. August will see even more arrive.<br />
  372. <center> </p>
  373. <p>Common Sand Piper<br />
  374. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/commonsand.jpg" alt="Common Sand Piper" title="Common Sand Piper" /></p>
  375. <p>Bar-tailed Godwits<br />
  376. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/bartailedgodwits.jpg" alt="Bar-tailed Godwits" title="Bar-tailed Godwits" /></p>
  377. <p>Curlew<br />
  378. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/curlew.jpg" alt="Curlew" title="Curlew" /></p>
  379. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/curlew1.jpg" alt="Curlew" title="Curlew" /></p>
  380. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/curlew2.jpg" alt="Curlew" title="Curlew" /></p>
  381. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/curlew3.jpg" alt="Curlew" title="Curlew" /></p>
  382. <p>Curlew and Redshanks<br />
  383. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/culewredshanks.jpg" alt="Curlew and Redshanks" title="Curlew and Redshanks" /></p>
  384. <p>Redshank<br />
  385. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/redshank.jpg" alt="Redshank" title="Redshank" /></p>
  386. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/redshank1.jpg" alt="Redshank" title="Redshank" /></p>
  387. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/redshank2.jpg" alt="Redshank" title="Redshank" /></p>
  388. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/redshank4.jpg" alt="Redshank" title="Redshank" /></p>
  389. <p>Lesser Sand Plover<br />
  390. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessersandplover.jpg" alt="Lesser Sand Plover" title="Lesser Sand Plover" /></p>
  391. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessersandplover1.jpg" alt="Lesser Sand Plover" title="Lesser Sand Plover" /></p>
  392. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Sandplovers.jpg" alt="Lesser Sand Plover" title="Lesser Sand Plover" /></p>
  393. <p>Curlew Sandpiper<br />
  394. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/curlewsandpiper.jpg" alt="Curlew Sandpiper" title="Curlew Sandpiper" /></p>
  395. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/curlewsandpiper1.jpg" alt="Curlew Sandpiper" title="Curlew Sandpiper" /></p>
  396. <p>Curlew Sandpiper with Little Stint<br />
  397. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/littlestintcurlewsand.jpg" alt="Curlew Sandpiper with Little Stint" title="Curlew Sandpiper with Little Stint" /></p>
  398. <p>Greater Sand Plover<br />
  399. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greatersandplover1.jpg" alt="Greater Sand Plover" title="Greater Sand Plover" /></p>
  400. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greatersandplover2.jpg" alt="Greater Sand Plover" title="Greater Sand Plover" /></p>
  401. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greatersandplover3.jpg" alt="Greater Sand Plover" title="Greater Sand Plover" /></p>
  402. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greatersandplover4.jpg" alt="Greater Sand Plover" title="Greater Sand Plover" /></p>
  403. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greatersandplover5.jpg" alt="Greater Sand Plover" title="Greater Sand Plover" /></p>
  404. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greatersandplover6.jpg" alt="Greater Sand Plover" title="Greater Sand Plover" /></p>
  405. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greatersandplover7.jpg" alt="Greater Sand Plover" title="Greater Sand Plover" /></p>
  406. <p>Green Shank and Sand Plover<br />
  407. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greenshank.jpg" alt="GreenShank and Plover" title="GreenShank and Plover" /></p>
  408. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Greenshank1.jpg" alt="GreenShank" title="GreenShank" /></p>
  409. <p>Terek Sandpiper<br />
  410. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/tereksandpiper.jpg" alt="Terek Sandpiper" title="Terek Sandpiper" /></p>
  411. <p>Terek Sandpiper and Redshank<br />
  412. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/terekandredshank.jpg" alt="Terek SP and Redshank" title="Terek SP and Redshank" /></p>
  413. <p>Tubli at Dusk<br />
  414. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/tubli.jpg" alt="Tubli at Dusk" title="Tubli at Dusk" /></p>
  415. <p>Turnstone<br />
  416. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/turnstone.jpg" alt="Turnstone" title="Turnstone" /></p>
  417. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/turnstone1.jpg" alt="Turnstone" title="Turnstone" /></p>
  418. <p>Whimbel<br />
  419. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/whimbrel.jpg" alt="Whimbrel" title="Whimbrel" /></p>
  420. <p>Mixed Waders<br />
  421. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/waders.jpg" alt="Mixed Waders" title="Mixed Waders" /></p>
  422. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/waders1.jpg" alt="Mixed Waders" title="Mixed Waders" /></p>
  423. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/waders3.jpg" alt="Mixed Waders" title="Mixed Waders" /></p>
  424. <p></center>
  425. </p>
  426. ]]></content:encoded>
  427. <comments>http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/index.php?p=1551&amp;c=1&amp;tb=1&amp;pb=1#comments</comments>
  428. </item>
  429. <item>
  430. <title>To continue guess what its hotter than last week </title>
  431. <link>http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/index.php/2017/07/16/to_continue_guess_what_its_hotter_than_l</link>
  432. <pubDate>Sun, 16 Jul 2017 11:28:51 +0000</pubDate>
  433. <category domain="main">Observation by Howard</category> <guid isPermaLink="false">[email protected]://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/</guid>
  434. <description>Striated Heron well this species was a complete surprise for the middle of July - we have so few records its barely out of vagrant status yet here we have in Tubli a bird? and it could well be more turning up. Is this indicative of breeding, an extension of range further north or both - only time and further clear observation will settle that point.
  435.  
  436. Striated Heron
  437.  
  438.  
  439. Black-winged Stilts
  440.  
  441.  
  442.  
  443.  
  444. Little Grebe at speed running on water
  445.  
  446. Little Grebe
  447.  
  448.  
  449.  
  450.  
  451. Kentish Plover
  452.  
  453.  
  454.  
  455.  
  456.  
  457.  
  458.  
  459.  
  460.  
  461.  
  462. Little Bittern
  463.  
  464.  
  465. Little Tern
  466.  
  467.  
  468. Black Crowned Night Heron
  469.  
  470.  
  471.  
  472.  
  473.  
  474.  
  475.  
  476.  
  477. Squacco Heron
  478.  
  479.  
  480.  
  481.  
  482. Northern Cormorants - is this indicative of breeding
  483.  
  484.  
  485.  
  486.  
  487. Crested Lark
  488.  
  489.  
  490. Sparrow
  491.  
  492.  
  493. Mynah
  494.  
  495.  
  496. Western Reef Heron
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  528. </description>
  529. <content:encoded><![CDATA[ <p>Striated Heron well this species was a complete surprise for the middle of July - we have so few records its barely out of vagrant status yet here we have in Tubli a bird? and it could well be more turning up. Is this indicative of breeding, an extension of range further north or both - only time and further clear observation will settle that point.<center></p>
  530. <p>Striated Heron<br />
  531. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/striatedheron.jpg" alt="Striated Heron" title="Striated Heron" /></p>
  532. <p>Black-winged Stilts<br />
  533. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/bwstilt.jpg" alt="Blav" title="Black-winged Stilts" /></p>
  534. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/bwstilt1.jpg" alt="Blav" title="Black-winged Stilts" /></p>
  535. <p>Little Grebe at speed running on water<br />
  536. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/grebeatspeed.jpg" alt="Little Grebe at speed running on water" title="Little Grebe at speed running on water" /><br />
  537. Little Grebe<br />
  538. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/littlegrebe.jpg" alt="Little Grebe " title="Little Grebe " /></p>
  539. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/littlegrebe1.jpg" alt="Little Grebe " title="Little Grebe " /></p>
  540. <p>Kentish Plover<br />
  541. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Kentishplover.jpg" alt="Kentish Plover" title="Kentish Plover" /></p>
  542. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Kentishplover1.jpg" alt="Kentish Plover" title="Kentish Plover" /></p>
  543. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Kentishplover2.jpg" alt="Kentish Plover" title="Kentish Plover" /></p>
  544. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Kentishplover3.jpg" alt="Kentish Plover" title="Kentish Plover" /></p>
  545. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Kentishplover4.jpg" alt="Kentish Plover" title="Kentish Plover" /></p>
  546. <p>Little Bittern<br />
  547. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/littlebittern.jpg" alt="Little Bittern" title="Little Bittern" /></p>
  548. <p>Little Tern<br />
  549. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/littletern.jpg" alt="Little Tern" title="Little Tern" width="1024"/></p>
  550. <p>Black Crowned Night Heron<br />
  551. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/nightheron.jpg" alt="Black Crowned Night Heron" title="\Black Crowned Night Heron" /></p>
  552. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/nightheron1.jpg" alt="Black Crowned Night Heron" title="\Black Crowned Night Heron" /></p>
  553. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/nightheron2.jpg" alt="Black Crowned Night Heron" title="\Black Crowned Night Heron" /></p>
  554. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/nightheron3.jpg" alt="Black Crowned Night Heron" title="\Black Crowned Night Heron" /></p>
  555. <p>Squacco Heron<br />
  556. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/squaccoheron.jpg" alt="Squacco Heron" title="Squacco Heron" /></p>
  557. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/squaccoheron1.jpg" alt="Squacco Heron" title="Squacco Heron" /></p>
  558. <p>Northern Cormorants - is this indicative of breeding<br />
  559. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Northerncormorants.jpg" alt="Northern Cormorants" title="Northern Cormorants" /></p>
  560. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/Northerncormorants1.jpg" alt="Northern Cormorants" title="Northern Cormorants" /></p>
  561. <p>Crested Lark<br />
  562. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/crestedlark.jpg" alt="Crested Lark" title="Crested Lark" /></p>
  563. <p>Sparrow<br />
  564. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/spRROW.jpg" alt="Sparrow" title="Sparrow" /></p>
  565. <p>Mynah<br />
  566. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/mynah.jpg" alt="Mynah" title="Mynah" /></p>
  567. <p>Western Reef Heron<br />
  568. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wrh.jpg" alt="Western Reef Heron" title="Western Reef Heron" /></p>
  569. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wrh1.jpg" alt="Western Reef Heron" title="Western Reef Heron" /></p>
  570. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wrh2.jpg" alt="Western Reef Heron" title="Western Reef Heron" /></p>
  571. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wrh3.jpg" alt="Western Reef Heron" title="Western Reef Heron" /></p>
  572. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wrh4.jpg" alt="Western Reef Heron" title="Western Reef Heron" /></p>
  573. <p></center>
  574. </p>
  575. ]]></content:encoded>
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  577. </item>
  578. <item>
  579. <title>Seasonally its hot and humid but this hasn't stopped migrants returning</title>
  580. <link>http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/index.php/2017/07/09/seasonally_its_hot_and_humid_but_this_ha</link>
  581. <pubDate>Sun, 09 Jul 2017 10:58:23 +0000</pubDate>
  582. <category domain="main">Observation by Howard</category> <guid isPermaLink="false">[email protected]://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/</guid>
  583. <description>The summer is far too long here for us humans the weather, well starting the end of May high temperatures kick in, then as July moves through August it just gets hotter and hotter and the humidity rises and often stays around 100% for days on end. Early September if we are lucky it will break and the place gets habitable again but its a long wait until then.
  584.  
  585. However for many species the summer is the time for breeding, a time when it requires a miracle for it to rain, thus for many Southern Terns species all ground breeders they choose to enter the Gulf during this period so as to escape the Indian Monsoon and breed alongside our hardy resident species.
  586.  
  587.  
  588. Bridled Tern
  589.  
  590.  
  591.  
  592.  
  593. more to come I hope
  594.  
  595. Lesser Crested Tern
  596.  
  597.  
  598.  
  599.  
  600.  
  601.  
  602.  
  603.  
  604.  
  605.  
  606.  
  607.  
  608.  
  609.  
  610. Saunders's Tern
  611.  
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  614.  
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  616.  
  617.  
  618.  
  619.  
  620.  
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  622.  
  623.  
  624.  
  625.  
  626.  
  627. White Cheeked Tern
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  673. </description>
  674. <content:encoded><![CDATA[ <p>The summer is far too long here for us humans the weather, well starting the end of May high temperatures kick in, then as July moves through August it just gets hotter and hotter and the humidity rises and often stays around 100% for days on end. Early September if we are lucky it will break and the place gets habitable again but its a long wait until then.</p>
  675. <p>However for many species the summer is the time for breeding, a time when it requires a miracle for it to rain, thus for many Southern Terns species all ground breeders they choose to enter the Gulf during this period so as to escape the Indian Monsoon and breed alongside our hardy resident species.<br />
  676. <center>  </p>
  677. <p>Bridled Tern<br />
  678. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/bridledtern.jpg" alt="Bridled Tern" title="Bridled Tern" /></p>
  679. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/bridledtern1.jpg" alt="Bridled Tern" title="Bridled Tern" /></p>
  680. <p>more to come I hope </p>
  681. <p>Lesser Crested Tern<br />
  682. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessercrestedtern1.jpg" alt="Lesser Crested Tern" title="Lesser Crested Tern" /></p>
  683. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessercrestedtern2.jpg" alt="Lesser Crested Tern" title="Lesser Crested Tern" /></p>
  684. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessercrestedtern3.jpg" alt="Lesser Crested Tern" title="Lesser Crested Tern" /></p>
  685. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessercrestedtern4.jpg" alt="Lesser Crested Tern" title="Lesser Crested Tern" /></p>
  686. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessercrestedtern5.jpg" alt="Lesser Crested Tern" title="Lesser Crested Tern" /></p>
  687. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessercrestedtern6.jpg" alt="Lesser Crested Tern" title="Lesser Crested Tern" /></p>
  688. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/lessercrestedtern7.jpg" alt="Lesser Crested Tern" title="Lesser Crested Tern" /></p>
  689. <p>Saunders's Tern<br />
  690. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/saunders.jpg" alt="Saunders's Tern" title="Saunders's Tern" /></p>
  691. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/saunders1.jpg" alt="Saunders's Tern" title="Saunders's Tern" /></p>
  692. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/saunders2.jpg" alt="Saunders's Tern" title="Saunders's Tern" /></p>
  693. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/saunderschick.jpg" alt="Saunders's Tern" title="Saunders's Tern" /></p>
  694. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/terna.jpg" alt="Saunders's Tern" title="Saunders's Tern" /></p>
  695. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/tern.jpg" alt="Saunders's Tern" title="Saunders's Tern" /></p>
  696. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/tern1.jpg" alt="Saunders's Tern" title="Saunders's Tern" /></p>
  697. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/tern2.jpg" alt="Saunders's Tern" title="Saunders's Tern" /></p>
  698. <p>White Cheeked Tern<br />
  699. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wct.jpg" alt="White Cheeked Tern" title="White Cheeked Tern" /></p>
  700. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wct1.jpg" alt="White Cheeked Tern" title="White Cheeked Tern" /></p>
  701. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wct2.jpg" alt="White Cheeked Tern" title="White Cheeked Tern" /></p>
  702. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wct3.jpg" alt="White Cheeked Tern" title="White Cheeked Tern" /></p>
  703. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wct4.jpg" alt="White Cheeked Tern" title="White Cheeked Tern" /></p>
  704. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wct5.jpg" alt="White Cheeked Tern" title="White Cheeked Tern" /></p>
  705. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wct6.jpg" alt="White Cheeked Tern" title="White Cheeked Tern" /></p>
  706. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wctchick1.jpg" alt="White-cheeked Tern Chick" title="White-cheeked Tern Chick" /></p>
  707. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wctchick2.jpg" alt="White-cheeked Tern Chick" title="White-cheeked Tern Chick" /></p>
  708. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wctchick3.jpg" alt="White-cheeked Tern Chick" title="White-cheeked Tern Chick" /></p>
  709. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wctchick4.jpg" alt="White-cheeked Tern Chick" title="White-cheeked Tern Chick" /></p>
  710. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wctf1.jpg" alt="White-cheeked Tern Chick" title="White-cheeked Tern Chick" /></p>
  711. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wctf2.jpg" alt="White-cheeked Tern Chick" title="White-cheeked Tern Chick" /></p>
  712. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wctf3.jpg" alt="White-cheeked Tern Chick" title="White-cheeked Tern Chick" /></p>
  713. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/July/wctf4.jpg" alt="White-cheeked Tern Chick" title="White-cheeked Tern Chick" /></p>
  714. <p></center>
  715. </p>
  716. ]]></content:encoded>
  717. <comments>http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/index.php?p=1549&amp;c=1&amp;tb=1&amp;pb=1#comments</comments>
  718. </item>
  719. <item>
  720. <title>Hot but May was one hell of month for Birding - Ramadan Kareem to all </title>
  721. <link>http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/index.php/2017/05/27/hot_but_may_was_one_hell_of_month_for_bi</link>
  722. <pubDate>Sat, 27 May 2017 06:11:39 +0000</pubDate>
  723. <category domain="main">Observation by Howard</category> <guid isPermaLink="false">[email protected]://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/</guid>
  724. <description>May is coming to an end as Ramadan starts and although temperatures have soared the birds this month photographically speaking have not disappointed. A pile of unusual records which went along with some great opportunities to get close up and personal. Mind you "close up" is a relative term - for the four Crab Plovers off Busaiteen less than a 100 mtrs was close whereas for the Wrynecks its was a question of backing away. The Red backed Shrike always difficult to get to grip with were overwhelming in numbers so we were often spoilt for choice. The only disappointment were the lack of warbler pics, they were glimpsed but seldom gave up a chance to be photographed.  
  725.  
  726.  
  727. Crab Plover a long wait for the tide and the birds was required here
  728.  
  729.  
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  744.  
  745.  
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  747.  
  748. Isabelline Shrike
  749.  
  750.  
  751. Lesser Grey Shrike
  752.  
  753.  
  754.  
  755.  
  756. Red-backed Shrike
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  758.  
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  760.  
  761.  
  762.  
  763.  
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  765.  
  766.  
  767.  
  768.  
  769. Red-throated Pipit
  770.  
  771.  
  772.  
  773.  
  774.  
  775.  
  776.  
  777.  
  778.  
  779.  
  780. Whinchat
  781.  
  782.  
  783. Wryneck
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  808. </description>
  809. <content:encoded><![CDATA[ <p>May is coming to an end as Ramadan starts and although temperatures have soared the birds this month photographically speaking have not disappointed. A pile of unusual records which went along with some great opportunities to get close up and personal. Mind you "close up" is a relative term - for the four Crab Plovers off Busaiteen less than a 100 mtrs was close whereas for the Wrynecks its was a question of backing away. The Red backed Shrike always difficult to get to grip with were overwhelming in numbers so we were often spoilt for choice. The only disappointment were the lack of warbler pics, they were glimpsed but seldom gave up a chance to be photographed.<br />
  810. <center></p>
  811. <p>Crab Plover a long wait for the tide and the birds was required here<br />
  812. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  813. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover1.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  814. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover2.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  815. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover3.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  816. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover4.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  817. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover5.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  818. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover6.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  819. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover7.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  820. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover8.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  821. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/crabplover9.jpg" alt="Crab Plover" title="Crab Plover" /></p>
  822. <p>Isabelline Shrike<br />
  823. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/isabellineshrike1.jpg" alt="Isabelline Shrike" title="Isabelline Shrike" /></p>
  824. <p>Lesser Grey Shrike<br />
  825. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/lessergreyshrike1.jpg" alt="Lesser Grey Shrike" title="Lesser Grey Shrike" /></p>
  826. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/lessergreyshrike2.jpg" alt="Lesser Grey Shrike" title="Lesser Grey Shrike" /></p>
  827. <p>Red-backed Shrike<br />
  828. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redbackedshrike3.jpg" alt="Red-backed Shrike" title="Red-backed Shrike" /></p>
  829. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redbackedshrike4.jpg" alt="Red-backed Shrike" title="Red-backed Shrike" /></p>
  830. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redbackedshrike5.jpg" alt="Red-backed Shrike" title="Red-backed Shrike" /></p>
  831. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redbackedshrike6.jpg" alt="Red-backed Shrike" title="Red-backed Shrike" /></p>
  832. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redbackedshrike7.jpg" alt="Red-backed Shrike" title="Red-backed Shrike" /></p>
  833. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redbackedshrikepair.jpg" alt="Red-backed Shrike" title="Red-backed Shrike" /></p>
  834. <p>Red-throated Pipit<br />
  835. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redthroatedpipit.jpg" alt="Red-throated Pipit" title="Red-throated Pipit" /></p>
  836. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redthroatedpipit1.jpg" alt="Red-throated Pipit" title="Red-throated Pipit" /></p>
  837. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redthroatedpipit2.jpg" alt="Red-throated Pipit" title="Red-throated Pipit" /></p>
  838. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redthroatedpipit3.jpg" alt="Red-throated Pipit" title="Red-throated Pipit" /></p>
  839. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/redthroatedpipit4.jpg" alt="Red-throated Pipit" title="Red-throated Pipit" /></p>
  840. <p>Whinchat<br />
  841. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/whinchat.jpg" alt="Whinchat" title="Whinchat" /></p>
  842. <p>Wryneck<br />
  843. <img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/wryneck.jpg" alt="Wryneck" title="Wryneck" /></p>
  844. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/wryneck1.jpg" alt="Wryneck" title="Wryneck" /></p>
  845. <p><img src="http://www.hawar-islands.com/blog/media/blogs/obs/2017/May/wryneck2.jpg" alt="Wryneck" title="Wryneck" /></p>
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