all these pictures present the Al Ain city in United Arab Emirates & Burimi city in Oman

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Monday, 24 December 2007

birds around al ain two (special one to ENHG)

This is my second collection of the birds pictures.

I took them today , in the morning.

I have to say something that drive me NUTS !!

Whenever i am ready and close to the bird , i just wanted to click , just click , but oooops the bird flew , smile.

i always get upset whenever this happen to me. , but as what i noticed today , when you are in the car and driving near from them , they didn't notice you very well , so i stopped the engine ad from the window i took the picture, not all of them of course.smile

to me , this is my favourite gallery of the birds , and i am sorry i will not be able to identify all of them, ( still learning).smile

I hope you will like them. , and please feel free to tell me if you know any of these birds name. , my problem is , some of them looks similar to another birds , so i dont know if its this one or that one. , usually i use ( common Birds in Oman book) to identify them , and another book which Dave clark gave to me. but still my mind gets !!!! when i look at them , and i look at all these new words.

Enjoy!! and wish you all merry Christmas


White-Cheeked Bulbul Pycnonotus leucogenys



Hoopoe Upupa epops


I dont know this one
now here is the pictures i took from my car , i am not sure if this is the female sunbird or not. , but i like it so much.


I am nost sure if this is the white Wagtail



4 comments:

Anonymous said...

GREAT SITE AND GREAT PICS

Anonymous said...

very beautiful pictures.i m very new to dubai,could you help me in giving me details how to reach these places (musah,subitah,jazeera) and by the way which camera are you using?

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Yutarets! kasagad bah!

Elena Kuzmina said...

thanks for the photos! 'the unknown' bird in the post must be a sparrow;)

*just a hint: would be great to have 'labels' for your posts (easier to browse and sort out); ex. 'nature', 'desert', 'birds', 'al ain streets;, etc.