Friday was very overcast and there weren't many birds around. The following are the only decent shots I got.
There have been lots more birds around lately and the weather has cooled considerably. Here's a selection of what I managed to photograph.
One of the many Isabelline shrikes that have taken up residence
My first picture of a corn bunting
The weather has brightened up a bit, making it better for photography.
I took some eggs with me to Badaan Farm on Thursday. These two mongooses were thankful and posed nicely for me.
The Indian silverbills were very accommodating as well.
I was on the lookout for a desert warbler when this pied wheatear perched right at the side of me.
Believe it or not but I was watching a pied wheatear when this desert warbler landed near to me.
This is a new one for me, Yellow-fronted canary.
Yesterday was dull and windy so not much doing photography wise. What pictures I did get are below. Brendan with his two visiting ringers, Declan and Patrick had a first country record in the morning. They saw four black storks but the birds were very timid and took off on a thermal.