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A Very Casual World List - part V: United Arab Emirates

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Old Sunday 2nd February 2020, 08:22   #1
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A Very Casual World List - part V: United Arab Emirates

A fairly brief stop on the way from Madagascar to India.

Bird-wise, Dubai was like rejoining the land of the living. The shore swarmed with gulls, and urban birds abounded: common mynahs, white-eared bulbuls, common pigeons, some kind of dove...
Domesticated falcons were seen on several occasions, and I got a distant view of some kind of partridge.

No decent bird photos in the UAE, but stay tuned for India...

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