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My name is Jem Babbington and I am a keen birder and ameteur photographer..
Whilst birding the Ushaiqer area near Riyadh where thousands of Steppe Eagles are wintering, I saw a few Black Kites associating with them ..read more
Whilst birding the rocky desert near Ushaiqer I came across a Greater Hoopoe-Lark on afternoon and got a few average photos of it. I went ..read more
The rocky escarpment and desert area around Ushaiqer was a good place to see Desert Lark. They were quite common but not so easy to ..read more
Whilst birding the Ushaiqer area with Phil Roberts we decided to go and check a few pivot irrigation fields. Whilst trying to find access ..read more
Whilst birding the landfill site at Shaqra looking for Steppe Eagles I can across a small flock of Spanish Sparrows. This is a common ..read more
 The Ushaiqer area, 180 km northwest of Riyadh is a good area for seeing White-crowned Wheatear. Most of the birds we saw were black ..read more
Whilst birding the Ushaiqer area I found a Great Grey Shrike Lanius excubitor in some bushes in a valley near the edge of the ..read more
Haradh is an excellent site with many pivot irrigation fields that attract a lot of wintering birds. We visited recently and were quite ..read more
The Cream-coloured Courser is a common breeding resident and uncommon winter visitor to Saudi Arabia. It is found mainly in the north and ..read more
Lesser Short-toed Lark is a rare breeding resident in northern and eastern areas of Saudi Arabia, including along the Gulf coast and ..read more

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