It was a little bit windy and dusty in the morning, but still okay to do some birding. Later in the day the wind and dust picked up causing visibility to drop
Spot of the day was a pair of Ortolan Buntings. These are the first I have seen in Qatar so a good tick for me
In contrast to the last visit, where there were many Pipits and Wagtails. This White Wagtail was the only one to be seen. The others having all moved on to their summer destinations
I came across this single Common Redshank. Also a first for this venue
I saw a brief interaction between two Crested Larks. This bird was wing flapping and tail flicking in front of another bird. I am not sure if this was a territorial dispute or a possible mating display.
An Indian Silverbill in the soft morning light