A very productive morning. 31 species seen, 3 new ticks for the patch, and signs of increased migration activity.
Pacific Golden Plover. Seen here losing its summer plumage. A lifer for me and an addition to my Qatar list
A juvenile Ruff
Cattle Egret seen here with a Tasty Toad Take-away
A Grey Heron circling overhead
Yellow Wagtail. About 40 of these birds were present
A Eurasian Curlew having just unearthed a tasty morsel.
Other species include: Garganey (scarce), White-winged Tern, Masked Shrike, Whimbrel, Common Sandpiper, Little Ringed Plover, Western Reef Heron, Crested Lark, Isabelline Wheatear, Barn Swallow, Little Stint, Black-winged Stilt, Green Sandpiper, Graceful Prinia, Lesser Sand Plover, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Eurasian Hoopoe, Common Greenshank, Grey Francolin and the rest.